Pacific EMPRINTS instructor-led training provides health professionals and first responders with a variety of face-to-face learning opportunities on various aspects of emergency preparedness and response. Trainings include preparedness and response to CBRNE (chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and explosive) and other public health emergencies, disaster life support, and geospatial information technologies. Learning environments include classroom and field settings with course lengths ranging from a couple hours up to 32 hours of instruction, depending upon the course.
Pacific EMPRINTS instructors are knowledgeable and experienced in their respective subject areas. CE and CME credits are provided for a number of the instructor-led trainings, and in most cases a Certificate of Completion is provided.
Pacific EMPRINTS instructor-led training opportunities are organized into the following five categories with more detailed information provided in the subsequent pages:
- Live Training Events
- National Disaster Life Support (NDLS) Training
- Geospatial Information Technologies Training
- Informational Lectures
Instructors are also available to conduct general awareness classes at conferences, seminars, and colloquia.
Also, on-site instruction is available for some courses, where the instructor comes to your organization to conduct
Course Registration and Fees
Instructor-led training fees vary depending upon the course. Prospective trainees can read course and event descriptions and register for most courses and events at the Pacific EMPRINTS website, http://www.emprints. hawaii.edu. To book instructors for a professional development conference or for some other training need, please contact Pacific EMPRINTS at (808) 956-9473, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The website, http://www.emprints.hawaii.edu, is continually updated with new courses and events and information to keep pace with new and emerging threats worldwide.