Lt. Col. Bobby Allison
General Emergency Services Training Materials(Includes task guide, training presentations, link to online test)
Lists all tasks necessary to get qualified in any ES
If you wish to start training in a specialty, print the appropriate SQTR, take it to your squadron commander and have him sign the top section saying that you have completed the pre-requisites. Then make a copy of the form and have it placed in the Emergency Services file maintained for you by the squadron to document that you are allowed to train in that skill. Follow this same process
when you complete the Familiarization and Preparatory Training section. When you have completed all the tasks and it has been signed by the squadron commander a copy of the SQTR should be placed in your squadron file and your Squadron ES Officer or
Squadron Commander should enter it into the MIMS system so that you can print off a current CAPF-101 showing you are qualified in that skill.
(Most courses are open to CAP members and sometimes reimbursement for lodging and food is available. Call them and inquire). The most useful courses for CAP members are probably the IS 300-400 courses, Public Information Officer, Community Mass Care, and Emergency Operations Center Management and Operations.
Includes the Inland SAR Course schedule (advanced training for missing airplane searches)
These are serious ground SAR training courses and do have registration fees. Several classes for varying levels of training are usually held in Arkansas every year.
American Red Cross
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