Indirect Training Program
Requirements To Become and Maintain Indirect Trainer Status:
|Course #||Course Name|
|AWR-140||Introduction to Radiological/Nuclear WMD Operations|
|PER-243||Primary Screener/Personal Radiation Detector Course|
|AWR-346||Introduction to Radiological/Nuclear WMD Operations for Law Enforcement (LE)|
|AWR-350||Introduction to Radiological/Nuclear WMD Operations for Emergency Medical Services (EMS)/Health Care|
|Levels of Recognition||Alpha.....Successful delivery of three courses or 75 students||Beta......Successful delivery of six courses or 150 students||Gamma.....Successful delivery of nine courses or 225 students
To Schedule a Course: Contact an Indirect Trainer Staff at 877.963.2867, option #4 or send an email 4 weeks prior to training start date:
U.S. Department of Homeland Security/FEMA/NPD funding is used for: developing and delivering courses, transportation, food, and housing for students attending residence courses.
In recent years, over 13,000 First Responders trained annually.
All CTOS courses are subject to a DHS certification process that utilizes third-party subject matter experts to validate the content of the course materials and ensure that the lessons are meeting industry standards and regulations. In addition to all courses undergoing certification, all CTOS instructors must complete the DHS and NDPC Instructor Certification Programs. Instructors all possess both DHS and NDPC Instructor Certifications, which provides CTOS with a consistent approach to ensuring only highly skilled instructors with both field and classroom experience deliver DHS-sponsored training.