Workpackage No. 9 Standardized curriculum

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Workpackage No. 9 Standardized curriculum. Leader: International Security Competence Centre. Participants. Participant No.1 – PLUS (4 person-months) Participant No.4 – HFSC (6) Participant No.5 – FRK (5) Participant No.7 – HVS (4) Participant No.8 – ISCC (9) Participant No.12 – SCTU (4)
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Workpackage No. 9Standardized curriculumLeader:International Security Competence CentreCAST kick-off meeting, Salzburg 15 -17 July 2009Participants
  • Participant No.1 – PLUS (4 person-months)
  • Participant No.4 – HFSC (6)
  • Participant No.5 – FRK (5)
  • Participant No.7 – HVS (4)
  • Participant No.8 – ISCC (9)
  • Participant No.12 – SCTU (4)
  • Participant No.14 - TEC (1,5)
  • CAST kick-off meeting, Salzburg 15 -17 July 2009Objectives and Deliverables
  • Development of a standardized, modular curriculum of training of First Responders
  • 9 modules
  • 9 months duration of training course
  • 25 hours of training per week
  • Restricted to programme partners
  • Deliverable D 9.1 Standardized Curriculum
  • May 2011
  • CAST kick-off meeting, Salzburg 15 -17 July 2009Levels of training
  • Awareness level
  • This training component will address the training needs for FR who are:
  • (a)likely to discover a catastrophic terror attack, involving e.g, the use of WMD, WMK, or WMDi;
  • (b)sent out to initially to investigate the report of such an event.
  • Performance level
  • This training component will address the training needs of FR who will:
  • (a)conduct on-scene operations within the warm zone and/or hot zone set up on the scene of a potential WMD or WMK or WMDi event
  • (b)control and close out the incident.
  • CAST kick-off meeting, Salzburg 15 -17 July 2009Levels of training (cont.)
  • Planning and management level
  • This training component will address the training needs of FR who will be involved
  • (a)in the response as part of the leadership team after an act of catastrophic terrorism
  • (b) in onsite planning and managing the scene for security services
  • (c) in assisting the incident command to bring the event to a successful conclusion.
  • CAST kick-off meeting, Salzburg 15 -17 July 2009ModulesCAST kick-off meeting, Salzburg 15 -17 July 2009Modules and related workpackages
  • Module 1
  • Risk management (WP1)
  • Module 2
  • Terror threats to and Principles of protection of FRs (WP2)
  • Module 3
  • Catastrophic terrorism (WP3)
  • CAST kick-off meeting, Salzburg 15 -17 July 2009Modules and related workpackages (cont.)
  • Module 4
  • Weapons of mass destruction (WP3)
  • Module 5
  • Weapons of mass killings (WP3)
  • Module 6
  • Weapons of mass disturbance (WP3)
  • CAST kick-off meeting, Salzburg 15 -17 July 2009Modules and related workpackages (cont.)
  • Module 7
  • Release of large amounts of hazardous chemicals (WP 4)
  • Module 8
  • Virtual reality safety training and stress-management with biofeedback (WP 7)
  • Module 9
  • Synchronization of response staff (WP 8)
  • CAST kick-off meeting, Salzburg 15 -17 July 2009Workpackage overview
  • WP 9 represents Phase 4 of the project
  • Begin of work: June 2010
  • Work is based on results of phase 1, 2 and 3
  • WP 9 does not have capacity for revision of deliberables and is not intended to do that !
  • 3 sub-phases indicated
  • Parallel development of the 9 modules
  • Internal progress reports every 3 months
  • Finalisation: May 2011
  • CAST kick-off meeting, Salzburg 15 -17 July 2009Structure of workpackage
  • Subphase 1: basic development of the modules
  • responsibility for each module as shown in the table
  • Based on WP 1,2,3,4,7,8
  • To be finished by End of march 2011
  • Subphase 2: standardization process
  • runs parallel with subphase 1
  • Responsibility: ISCC
  • Based on WP 5,6
  • Subphase 3: final revision of the curriculum
  • Implementation of results of subphase 2
  • Responsibility: ISCC
  • CAST kick-off meeting, Salzburg 15 -17 July 2009Structure of workpackage (cont.)
  • Subphase 1: Development of the modules
  • Based on deliverables of WP 1,2,3,4,7,8
  • Structure of the modules
  • Risk and threats
  • Needs
  • Countermeasures
  • Equipment
  • Tactical procedures
  • Three levels of training
  • awareness
  • performance
  • management&planning
  • CAST kick-off meeting, Salzburg 15 -17 July 2009Structure of workpackage (cont.)
  • Subphase 2: Comparative Evaluation of current status among FR-community as a base for standardization
  • Based on deliverables of WP 5,6
  • Definition of standards
  • Strategies of implementation
  • Requirements for implementation
  • Main contribution by FRK and HFSC
  • CAST kick-off meeting, Salzburg 15 -17 July 2009Structure of workpackage (cont.)
  • Subphase 3: Revision of the modules of the curriculum according to standardization requirements
  • Finalisation of WP 6 in March 2011 !
  • Only 2 months left for this revision !
  • CAST kick-off meeting, Salzburg 15 -17 July 2009Comments of the contributors
  • FRK
  • Focus on Gender aspects
  • CAST kick-off meeting, Salzburg 15 -17 July 2009ISCC Contributors
  • Ingo Wieser
  • leader of workpackage, contact person
  • Email: ingo.wieser@aon.at
  • Phone: +43-664-1011590
  • Lyudmila Zaitseva
  • Bernhard Schneider
  • ISCC: Mauerbachstrasse 43-45, A-1140 Viennawww.isccentre.atCAST kick-off meeting, Salzburg 15 -17 July 2009
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