NCTTRAC Course Descriptions
Training & Exercises Coordinator
Stephanie Patrick
(817) 607-7018
  Anticipate, Plan, Deter Resilience Training
NCTTRAC, in conjunction with the Disaster Behavioral Health Workgroup, is proud to host APD trained – trainers as they provide instructions on the methodology for the Anticipate, Plan, Deter Resilience Training Program.

The course is designed for Healthcare Workers, Emergency Services personnel, and first responders in the community. Participants will be able to understand stress reactions, plan for response challenges, and self-monitor their personal response to critical events. Participants will gain understanding of managing stressors by activating a personal coping plan and psychological first aid. These new skills will allow participants to build resilience capabilities.

We look forward to your participation and appreciate your commitment in continued development of TSA-E response capabilities.
  Crisis Application Training and Drill

Crisis Applications Training
NCTTRAC is hosting crisis applications training, which will include segments over EMResource, E*TRACS and WebEOC. This training will be focused on the major functions within these applications and will include time to answer end-user questions. If you need to learn how to use these online tools, or you need a refresher, this training is for you! Please note that you must attend this training in-person at the TSA-E Medical Operations Center (TSA-EMOC).

Capabilities we will be focusing on:
Regional Alerting
Bed Reporting
Open/Close Advisory Status
National Emergency Department Overcrowding Score (NEDOCS)

Crisis Applications Drill
NCTTRAC invites our regional partners to participate in our crisis applications drill. This exercise opportunity will be scenario-driven and provide practical application of the regional capabilities of EMResource, E*TRACS, and WebEOC. Participants may join in-person at the TSA-EMOC or via the web.

If you need new accounts, technical support or access to our crisis application user guides, please refer to our Support Site at the following link:
  CISM Individual Training
This 2-day action-packed workshop is designed for anyone, including Nurses, who desire to increase their knowledge of group crisis intervention techniques in a variety of settings, clinical and non-clinical. While Crisis Intervention is NOT psychotherapy; it is a specialized, acute, emergency mental health intervention that requires specialized training. This form of group crisis intervention is sometimes called “emotional or psychological first aid”. This workshop is designed to teach participants the fundamentals of one-on-one crisis intervention and offers participants an opportunity to practice key interventional protocols under the supervision of skilled and experienced practitioners.
  CISM Group Training
This 2-day workshop is designed to present the core elements of a comprehensive, systematic, and multi-component crisis intervention curriculum. The Group Crisis Intervention workshop will prepare participants to understand a wide range of crisis intervention services. Fundamentals of Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) will be outlined and participants will leave with the knowledge and tools to provide several group crisis interventions, specifically demobilizations, defusings and the Critical Incident Stress Debriefing (CISD). The need for appropriate follow-up services and referrals when necessary will also be discussed.
  EMTF-2: MMU Advanced Logistics Training
This training is for anyone that will have a role in Logistics supporting a Mobile Medical Unit (MMU). These units provide mobile facility support for disaster triage and patient stabilization, and a myriad of other disaster and emergency response support capabilities. This training session is intended to familiarize individuals assigned to the Logistics Branch to operate within a MMU system and provide the initial training of the capabilities and processes needed to support a disaster response.
  EMTF-2: MMU Strike Team Initial Training
This one day course is designed to orient and train new EMTF-2 Mobile Medical Unit (MMU) Strike Team partners. Each attendee will gain knowledge of the Emergency Medical Task Force (EMTF) program with specific concentration on the MMU Strike Teams, our deployable medical caches, and Zumro mobile tent system.

The training will consist of a half day of didactic instruction including:

   - History of the Emergency Medical Task Force and Texas Disaster Medical System

   - EMTF “deployment readiness” highlights

   - EMTF response assets and cache capabilities

   - Pre-deployment, deployment, demobilization, and reimbursement


The other half of the day will consist of hands-on activity to include:

   - Tour of NCTTRAC Disaster Medical Support Warehouse

   - Emergency Medical Task Force equipment familiarization

   - Mobile Medical Unit equipment set-up and reconstitution

   - After Action Review and team-building discussion


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