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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3 Comments

  1. Mary says:

    This course sounds interesting! It seems like it would be good to know and need to know information on both the professional and home fronts. I’ve heard good things about the American Board for Certification in Homeland Security and it’s founder Dr. O’Block.

  2. Emma says:

    This is a VERY good course to take for anyone who wants to be prepared for a disaster. I especially liked how the course breaks down the basic protocols for handling an emergency situation. It’s important for first responders to know the chain of command so that they can be most effective. Thanks to Dr. O’Block for another great course.

  3. Ben says:

    I can’t say enough good things about this course. It has so much important information in it. I think it should be required for anyone in the homeland security field. Thanks, Dr. O’Block!

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