Center for Agriculture and Food Security and Preparedness (CAFSP)


Instructor-Led Course

PER 333: Isolation and Quarantine Response Strategies in the Event of a Biological Disease Outbreak in Tribal Nations

Overview

Isolation and Quarantine

The purpose of this performance level course is to provide tribal nations with the knowledge, skills and abilities necessary to effectively detect, respond to, and mitigate a disease outbreak, using a whole community approach. This course will include a practical exercise that will be designed specifically to meet the needs of the tribal communities.

I & Q flyer

Scope

The course will address the unique challenges that tribal nations face in responding to a disease outbreak and will focus on a zoonotic disease interaction with an emphasis on livestock, poultry and wildlife.

Target Audience

The target audience will be tribal nation representatives and other support officials from emergency management, public health, law enforcement, fire, cooperative extension, medical services, environmental health, veterinarians, and animal health officials.

Course Offerings

Currently, this course is not scheduled. If you are interested in scheduling this course, please visit https://www.ruraltraining.org/training/request/.

Prerequisites

Suggested prerequisite courses include Introduction to Incident Command System, ICS-100 (IS-100.B) and National Incident Management System (NIMS), An Introduction (IS-700.A) from FEMA’s Emergency Management Institute.

Fees

Instructor-led courses fees vary due to the cost of materials and course production. Please contact us for costing information.

Length

The instructor led course will be two days in length (16 hours) and will be developed at the performance level.

Module

Title

Time Allocation

1

Course Overview and Administration

1.25 hour

2

Whole Community Response to a Biological Disease Outbreak

1.5 hours

3

Community Needs in Formulating an Effective Response to a Biological Disease Outbreak

2.75 hours

4

Applying Community-wide Isolation and Quarantine Procedures

2.5 hours

5

Maintaining Responder Safety in the Event of a Biological Disease Outbreak

3 hours

6

Practical Exercise: Effectively Implementing Isolation and Quarantine Strategies in the Event of a Biological Disease Outbreak in Communities

4 hours

7

Course Evaluation and Administration

1 hour


 

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