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Rural Domestic Preparedness Consortium Training

Rural Domestic Preparedness Consortium, The Center for Rural Development
Applications accepted on an ongoing basis

The Rural Domestic Preparedness Consortium provides no cost training and resources for rural first responders, offered both in-person and online. All courses have been certified by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.

Rural first responders may:

  1. Sign up for self-paced online training
  2. Browse the schedule to find in-person trainings
  3. Request an in-person course to be provided locally

Rural first responders are eligible to participate. Prerequisite courses and required qualifications are listed in each course description.

Geographic coverage
Amount of funding
Courses are provided at no cost.
Application process

Visit the program website to browse courses, take self-paced online courses, register for existing in-person courses, or request local course delivery.

Tagged as
Emergency medical services · Emergency medical technicians and paramedics · Emergency preparedness and response · Health workforce education and training

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