NDPC Training Information
NDPC Training Catalog
The NDPC Course Catalog is available online. Click the link below to browse and filter the course catalog.
Browse the NDPC Course Catalog
View the NDPC's New and Upcoming courses.
State Training Point of Contacts
Each state training point of contact (TPOC) is responsible for coordinating WMD training within their state.
Your TPOC must review and approve your application for the course before being submitted to NDPC Training Partners.
View a list of state training points of contact.
SAA Advisory Council
The NDPC State Administrative Agency (SAA) Advisory Council is a 14 member body that was established in 2007. The NDPC SAA Advisory Council is comprised of 14 SAA TPOCs that represent all states, Tribal and US Territories. The council provides guidance and feedback by identifying training needs for new courses; recommend changes or updates in existing courses to the NDPC providers. The mission of the council is to give guidance and support for the NDPC’s training development focus areas, assist in developing processes and procedures for efficient program management, and promotion of the NDPC’s mission. Members also review and analyze the current and future training needs of the emergency responders/first receivers and recommend training priorities with emphasis on the needs of federal, state, local, territory, and tribal communities. The Council members represent states in their respective FEMA Regions to assist states with any NDPC issues.
View SAA Advisory Council Membership.
NDPC Training Schedule
Consortium member training schedules can be found by visiting their websites:
Courses are offered through each of the seven consortium members. Read more about each member's area of expertise
Courses are designed to meet the needs of all responders, including traditional first responders, non-governmental
organizations, and the private sector. NDPC offers courses for all responder disciplines and all levels
When feasible, courses are made available online or by video conference; however, many courses require hands-on
training and interactive discussion.
Each consortium member provides specialized curricula and together, the NDPC addresses all of the National Preparedness Goal's 31 Core Capabilities.
NDPC E-learning Programs
National Center for Biomedical Research and Training (NCBRT)/LSU
AWR-304-W Shopping Center Security Terrorism Awareness Training
AWR-230-W A Coordinated Response to Food Emergencies: An Introduction
The Energetic Materials Research and Testing Center (EMRTC)
AWR-132-W Understanding and Planning for School Bomb Incidents
Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX) National Emergency Response and Rescue Training Center (NERRTC)
AWR-160 Terrorism Awareness for Emergency First Respnders
AWR-111 Emergency Medical Services (EMS) for WMD Incidents: Basic Concepts
AWR-139-W Digital Forensics Basics
AWR-138-W Network Assurance
AWR-168-W Cyber Law and White Collar Crime
AWR-169-W Cyber Incident Analysis and Report
AWR-173-W Information Security Basics
AWR-174-W Cyber Ethics
AWR-175-W Information Security for Everyone
AWR-176-W Business Information Continuity
AWR-177-W Information Risk Management
AWR-178-W Secure Software
AWR-314-W Mass Prophylaxis Awareness For Public Health Emergencies
CTOS-Center for Radiological/Nuclear Training at the Nevada National Security Site
AWR-140-W WMD Rad/Nuc Awareness
AWR-160 Standardized Awareness Training (SAT) Test Out Option (Pre-Test)
AWR-224-W Secondary Screener Radiation Detection Kit (SS/RDK) Components & Controls
AWR-160 Standardized Awareness Training (SAT) Test Out Option (Post-Test).
PER-297-W Secondary Screener Radiation Isotope Identifier Device Refresher
PER-300-W Personal Radiation Detector Refresher
PER-307-W Introduction to IND Effects and Response Strategies
MGT-423-W Key Leader Incident Command IND Response Program, Course 1 – Initial Actions
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