*Rescheduled Delivery Date*
The Rural Domestic Preparedness Consortium (RDPC) is delivering the DHS approved training course, "Isolation and Quarantine Training"
Morning session: 8am-12pm:
"Isolation and Quarantine for Rural Communities" (MGT 433)
A management-level, instructor-led course designed to provide small, rural, and remote communities with the knowledge, skills, and abilities to effectively plan for and respond to events that require isolation and/or quarantine of their populations in a variety of low- and high-impact situations.
This course serves as a primer for additional courses on this issue in discipline-specific areas.
Afternoon session: 1pm-5pm:
"Rural Isolation and Quarantine for Public Health and Healthcare Professionals" (PER 308)
This course expands on concepts introduced in MGT 433, and consists of two customized training modules specifically tailored toward course participants in the public health and medical fields.
In this course, participants will become familiar with guidance that assists communities in planning for isolation and quarantine (I&Q), such as the National Response Plan and its implications in the healthcare community.
Successfully completing MGT 433: Isolation & Quarantine for Rural Communities is a prerequisite for attending PER 308.