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Course Details

Sports and Special Events Incident Management
NTED Course Number MGT-404
Provider TEEX/NERRTC
Length 16.00 hours
Delivery Mobile (Non-Resident)
Level Management and Planning
Continuing Education Credits 1.60
Description
The Sports and Special Events Incident Management course develops athletic department staffs, facility management personnel, campus public safety personnel, emergency response supervisors, and others involved in sports and special event management to better prepare for, manage, and recover from incidents that could occur during a sporting event or other special event. This course was developed in partnership with the University of Southern Mississippi's National Center for Spectator Sports Safety and Security (NCS4). The course provides participants the skills necessary to effectively identify risk and mitigation strategies; manage incidents by applying and implementing incident management planning and resource management principles through a multi-disciplinary management team approach as described in the National Incident Management System (NIMS); and identify techniques that can improve the resiliency of the event venue. The course has specific emphasis on the unique aspects of response to an incident occurring during a sports and special event, including considerations for business continuity and after action activities. The course concludes with a practical application, role- play exercise that is customized to the area in which the course is delivered.
Objectives
At the conclusion of the course, participants will be able to:
* Identify the strengths and weaknesses of their home organization's sports of their home organization's sports and special events management and incident preparedness.
* Identify event management stakeholder and partner relationships as they relate to sports and special event management.
* Identify potential risks to sports and special events, as well as develop mitigation strategies that could lessen or alleviate the impact of risks.
* Identify the essential elements of and the steps involved in the event and incident action planning processes needed to produce an initial plan for an incident.
* State the importance of partnerships in event/incident demobilization, close out, hot wash, and after action review.
* Demonstrate knowledge of the course content.
* Apply incident management, planning, and sound resource management techniques as they relate to an incident that occurs within a special event or in a sports venue within a multi- agency, multi-discipline response scenario.
NTED Prerequisites
N/A
Other Prerequisites
In order to be prepared for this advanced level course all attendees must complete the National Incident Management System/Incident Command System (ICS) training IS-200.b: ICS for Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents, or equivalent basic incident command system training, prior to attending this course. Attendees are also encouraged, but not required, to have completed AWR-167: Sport Event Risk Management, or equivalent training/experience.
Target Audience
Emergency Management, Emergency Medical Services, Fire Service, Law Enforcement, Public Health, Public Safety Communications, Public Works
Mission Areas and Core Capabilities
Primary
Protect   -  Risk Management for Protection Programs and Activities
Secondary
Mitigate  -  Operational Coordination
Mitigate  -  Planning
Mitigate  -  Public Information and Warning
Mitigate  -  Community Resilience
Mitigate  -  Long-Term Vulnerability Reduction
Mitigate  -  Risk and Disaster Resilience Assessment
Mitigate  -  Threats and Hazard Identification
Prevent   -  Intelligence and Information Sharing
Prevent   -  Operational Coordination
Prevent   -  Planning
Prevent   -  Public Information and Warning
Prevent   -  Screening, Search and Detection
Protect   -  Intelligence and Information Sharing
Protect   -  Operational Coordination
Protect   -  Planning
Protect   -  Public Information and Warning
Protect   -  Screening, Search and Detection
Protect   -  Access Control and Identity Verification
Protect   -  Physical Protective Measures
Protect   -  Supply Chain Integrity and Security
Recover   -  Operational Coordination
Recover   -  Planning
Recover   -  Public Information and Warning
Recover   -  Economic Recovery
Recover   -  Infrastructure Systems
Respond   -  Operational Coordination
Respond   -  Planning
Respond   -  Public Information and Warning
Respond   -  Critical Transportation
Respond   -  Environmental Response / Health and Safety
Respond   -  Fatality Management Services
Respond   -  Infrastructure Systems
Respond   -  Mass Care Services
Respond   -  Mass Search and Rescue Operations
Respond   -  On-Scene Security and Protection
Respond   -  Operational Communications
Respond   -  Public and Private Services and Resources
Respond   -  Public Health and Medical Services
Respond   -  Situational Assessment
Training Certificate
Training Partner's Certificate of Completion
Contact Information
MGT-404 Sports and Special Events Incident Management
George Glenn
George.glenn@teex.tamu.edu
979-458-3537

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