Training Resources

The Public Health Preparedness and Response (PHPR) Resources Matrix is a living document containing tables which outline training, exercise support, and technical assistance resources based on the Healthcare Preparedness Program (HPP) and Public Health Emergency Preparedness (PHEP) capabilities. Each priority contains a list of specific resources that fit within the competencies and capabilities of interest. Access to these resources is provided via link to external websites and documents. Training resources include: videos, webinars, learning modules, and presentations. Exercise support resources include: documents to aid in the planning, carrying out, and evaluation of exercises.

This workshop is designed for community agencies such as hospitals, businesses, and other entities that partner with their local health department to serve as Closed or PUSH Points of Dispensing. The information presented will allow your agency to develop a POD Operations Plan, identify key roles and responsibilities, and train leadership staff on conducting a POD area briefing.

The Healthcare/Hospital Incident Command System (HICS) Workshop is a training and facilitated exercise that is designed to allow participants to practice their roles in the Hospital Incident Command System (HICS) structure.

These educational resources are designed for new healthcare emergency management and preparedness coordinators as an orientation to the Arizona Healthcare Coalition (AzHCC) Southern Region.

This training is designed to bring together law enforcement and public health officials to learn the basics about bioterrorism investigations and how both disciplines must work together during these events. (Registration by invitation only.)

This facilitated training is designed to provide public health professionals with the knowledge and skills necessary to effectively manage personnel and resources in an emergency incident in accordance with the principles of the National Emergency Management System. MWPERLC facilitators will guide students through the FEMA courses and provide them with an opportunity to seek clarification and engage in instructor led discussion after each lesson.