Below, you will find the course description for PER-211 Medical Management of CBRNE Events This two-day course will be held at the Delaware State Fire School in Dover, DE (1461 Chestnut Grove Rd, Dover, DE 19904) on 15-16 October from 0800-1600. Attendance both days is mandatory to receive credit for this course.
To register, please visit the DEMA training calendar where you will find PER-211 listed under October. Follow the course listing to the end of the appropriate row, and click on ‘Course Enrollment’. This link will redirect you to the Delaware Learning Center (DLC). If you already have a DLC account, you will be able to login, and complete registration for PER-211. If you do not already have a DLC account set-up, you will have to create an account before you will be able to register for courses. See attached instructions for additional clarification on creating a DLC account.
If you have questions or concerns, please feel free to reach out to me.
Planner II: Training and Exercise
Delaware Emergency Management Agency (DEMA)
Fax (302)659-6876 or 6822
This course is a combination of facilitated discussions, small‐group exercises, Human
Patient Simulator hands‐on scenarios, and traditional classroom discussions. Exercises are
conducted in a CBRNE scenario using both adult and pediatric Human Patient Simulators to
reinforce classroom lectures and interaction.
This course promotes critical thinking skills while utilizing the RAPID‐Care concept. The
multi‐discipline make‐up of the participants helps to strengthen information sharing,
communications, and medical surge capabilities.
Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to demonstrate the skills necessary
for proper detection and monitoring, triage, mass decontamination, treatment,
stabilization, self‐protection, and cross‐contamination prevention.
• Environmental factors and protective issues for both first responders and the public
• Planning for potential consequences of a CBRNE incident
• Recognizing and identifying CBRNE agents and their physiological effects on the
• Recognizing and identifying CBRNE agents and their physiological effects on the human body
• Appropriate self‐protection measures and measures necessary to limit patient
• Assessment of adult and pediatric patients
• Basic decontamination considerations
• Appropriate triage methods during a CBRNE or terrorist incident
• Response to an incident involving CBRNE
• RAPID‐Care concepts