The CMC Program will prepare and educate you on the following:

  • The common key responsibilities applicable to all personnel in an Incident Command System (ICS) Operation
  • The use of religious support (chaplain/debriefing) resources
  • Critical Incident Stress Management
  • The National Framework Structure for Emergency Management

 

Whenever disasters or another urgent matters occur there is a heightened dependence on religious as well as mental support to help people and communities recover from the consequences of these occasions.  Chaplains in all areas of service need the information provided through this course to help prepare for the challenge of ministering those in need after such tragedies.

 

For more information and enrollment click here

 


Are you  ready?  Are you trained and ready to respond to a disaster?  If not you might want to take the course- Certified in Disaster Preparedness, CDP-I. This course is designed to help you prepare for the worst emergencies individuals may encounter. It will cover everything from terrorist attacks to tornadoes, and it will guide the participant through every aspect of knowledge, training, and equipment. Though the worst case scenario is a large-scale terrorist attack, the truth of the matter is that individuals are more likely to experience a natural disaster. However, those who are prepared for one are prepared for the other.

To find out more about the Certified in Disaster Preparedness, CDP-I, go to:

https://secure.acfei.com/chs/members/_catalog.php?ctype=showdetail&course_id=DP101

To find out more about The American Board for Certification in Homeland Security, ABCHS, go to:

http://www.abchs.com/about/

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Branson Missouri is the site for the 2011 Executive Summit, it will be held on October 12-14, 2011.

Come an join us to hear William Cover present Emergency Management 101.

To find out more about The American Board for Certification in Homeland Security go to:

http://www.abchs.com/about/

To learn more about the American Board for Certified Master Chaplain, ABCMC, go to:

http://abcmc.us/about/

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Join us in Branson Missouri to hear Cathi Marx present-Creating Disaster Preparedness Synergy Partnerships.

You are offically invited to register for the Executive Summit in Branson Missouri, October 12-14, 2011.

This meeting will consist of numerous presentations, a banquet, and a vendor area. Every year this event brings in outstanding keynote speakers, you will not want to miss it this year.

To find out more about the Executive Summit go to: http://www.abchs.com/conference/

To find out more about The American Board for Certification in Homeland Security, ABCHS,go to: http://www.abchs.com/about/

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Social Media: For Good or Ill? Come and hear Andrew Neil present: Social Media: for good or ill? Andrew will present at our executive summit on October 12-14, in Branson MO.

To find out more about the summit go to: http://www.abchs.com/conference/

To learn more about the American Board for Certification in Homeland Security, ABCHS, go to: http://www.abchs.com/about/

United for Truth: An ACFEI Story, be sure to read about the history of ABCHS.

Branson Missouri would like to welcome you to come and hear Jeffrey T. Fowler, present Storm Warning: Homeland Security and the Challenges of the 21st Century at Home and Abroad.

2011 Executive Summit will be held in Branson Missouri on October 12-14, to find out more about the conference go to: http://www.abchs.com/conference/

To learn more about the American Board for Certification in Homeland Security, ABCHS, go to: http://www.abchs.com/about/

United for Truth: An ACFEI Story, be sure to read about the history of ABCHS.

Stores on High Alert for Thefts by Teen ‘Flash Mobs’, they use Twitter to communicate. They


show up yell, and knock things over before running away with stolen merchandise.

 

To find out more about The American Board for Certification in Homeland Security go to:http://www.abchs.com/about/

United for Truth: An ACFEI Story, be sure to read about the history of ABCHS.

Are there terrorism issues in prisons? Join us for the American Board for Certification in Homeland Security’s national conference, to be held in Branson Missouri, October 12 to the 14th.  To find out more about the conference go to: http://www.abchs.com/conference/

To find out more about The American Board for Certification in Homeland Security go to:http://www.abchs.com/about/

 

United for Truth: An ACFEI Story, be sure to read about the history of ABCHS.

Homeland security, what is it?  Homeland Security is anything that is done to keep our homeland safe.  It can be as complicated as the Department of Homeland Security and that office fighting terrorism in Afghanistan, or as simple as  you protecting your home or your neighborhood. With the unemployment levels so high, crime is up.  Are you aware of what is going on around you?  Air conditioner units are being stolen at an alarming rate, for the copper wire.  They are stolen stripped down and the copper wire is being sold for scrap metal, and the crooks are making money! Homes are being broke into, robberies are rampant.  Watch what is going on, are there suspicous activities in your neighborhood?  If so call the local authorities, you can help keep America safe and secure.

To learn more about homeland security training go to: http://www.abchs.com/about/

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Join us to hear  LTC. Dave Grossman’s presentation: Lessons from Jonesboro, Littleton, and Vietnam: The Application of Basic Psychological Therapeutic Processes for Mass Causalities Resulting from Violent Crime. LTC. Dave Grossman will be presenting on more than one topic at the American Board for Certification in Homeland Security Conference, which will be held October 12-14, 2011. Sign up today, to find out more information go to:http://www.abchs.com/conference/

To learn more about the American Board for Certification in Homeland Security go to:             http://www.abchs.com/about/