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November 18, 2019

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Survey feedback from MGT 335: Event Security Planning for Public Safety Professionals

The Rural Domestic Preparedness Consortium (RDPC) recently provided the MGT 335: Event Security Planning for Public Safety Professionals training course in Knoxville, TN. RDPC consortium member Eastern Kentucky University (EKU) orchestrated the course delivery, and approximately fifty trainees attended. The participants completed a follow-up survey to compile data about real-world impacts of the course. Here […]

RDPC Student Practices Skills Learned in AWR 209

RDPC Student Practices Skills Learned in AWR 209: Dealing with the Media: A Short Course for Emergency First Responders.

The Rural Domestic Preparedness Consortium has Surpassed 100,000 Students Trained

The Rural Domestic Preparedness Consortium (RDPC) has surpassed it’s 100,000th student trained!

The Center and RDPC recently hosted the National Domestic Preparedness Consortium (NDPC) quarterly meeting in Louisville.

The NDPC is a national Homeland Security preparedness training consortium for first responders throughout the country. The organization meets quarterly in order to re-group and discuss training needs as they constantly change. “The NDPC meetings allow us as training providers to discuss and listen to issues that are going on throughout the country with today’s […]

RDPC’s School Safety Courses Make an Impact

The Center for Rural Development’s, Rural Domestic Preparedness Consortium (RDPC), and their academic members, and instructors do an amazing job meeting the needs of small, rural, and tribal communities across the United States. Visit www.ruraltraining.org to see all RDPC courses and to request a delivery in your area.  

The Center for Rural Development recently provided a training class to emergency responders in McDonough County, IL

The Center for Rural Development recently provided a training class to emergency responders in McDonough County, Illinois through our partner, the Security and Emergency Response Training Center. The Responding to Incidents Involving Flammable Liquids Transported by Rail classes are funded by the U.S. Department of Transportation Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration. “The Center provides […]

Request a course in your community today!

Does your community need training on Responding to Incidents Involving Flammable Liquids Transported by Rail? The Center for Rural Development has been awarded a grant from the Department of Transportation Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration to provide training at NO COST. This 8-hour remote site training is designed to assist local emergency responders to […]

RDPC Staff attended the 2018 National Preparedness Symposium

The Rural Domestic Preparedness Consortium (RDPC) staff attended the 2018 National Preparedness Symposium, held May 21-24, 2018, at the Emergency Management Institute in Emmitsburg, Maryland.  Lonnie Lawson, President & CEO of The Center for Rural Development and RDPC Principal Investigator, represented RDPC during a panel review of the Department of Homeland Security’s Continuing Training Grant […]

RDPC academic partner teams up with Dräger, INC

Rural Domestic Preparedness Consortium (RDPC) academic partner The University of Findlay (Ohio) All Hazards Training Center announced this week that they have teamed up with Dräger, Inc., to provide safety equipment and training expertise to support Findlay’s professional and academic programs. Dräger has been an international leader in the fields of medical and safety technology […]

Hosts cyber security seminar

The Center for Rural Development recently hosted an executive education seminar on cyber security that partnered subject matter experts with local, state, and federal stakeholders. The half-day seminar, conducted by the Naval Postgraduate School and Center for Homeland Defense and Security, provided an open discussion for first responders, education representatives, government officials, and utility organizations […]

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