The NDPC is a DHS/FEMA training partner providing high-quality training to emergency responders throughout the United States and its territories under DHS/FEMA's Homeland Security National Training Program Cooperative Agreement. Preparedness is a shared, national responsibility requiring our active participation to prepare America to address its threats.

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NDPC's National Impact

Training Maps

Training Map

The National Domestic Preparedness Consortium (NDPC) trains first responders across the nation. Funding for the NDPC is used to train responders within their jurisdictions as well as at the unique training facilities managed by NDPC Training Partners. Training is provided at no cost to agencies and is coordinated with state training agents to address areas of need.

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A Culture of Preparedness

The NDPC is creating a culture of preparedness among the whole community through training which addresses the five pillars of preparedness: prevention, protection, mitigation, response and recovery.

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Student Feedback

Students from Wyoming share thoughts about their training:

"The courses provide a unique blend of tactical/skill based training complemented by the more important decision making and theoretical/academic knowledge base."

Spencer Pollock
Executive Director
American Red Cross of Wyoming

"I have made changes in the district’s emergency response plan to reflect information that I learned from the Crisis Management training that I attended."

Shauna Smith
Laramie County School District One
Cheyenne, WY

"I can tell you that the training provided by these sources has been of great benefit to me and my staff."

Lance D. Jones
Director of Campus Security and Judicial Review
Casper College
Casper, WY

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Outcome Study Feedback

Participants of NCBRT training are contacted six months after the training to find out what impact the training has had on their jobs. Supervisors of those participants are also contacted to find out their assessment of what impact the training had on job performance.

Outcome Study Participant Feedback PDF

Outcome Study Supervisor Feedback PDF

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