SAR Fundamentals/Evening 4 start-up


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Total Time: 30 minutes

  • 2011-03 18:05-18:35: 0.5h

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3 min

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  • sign in
  • room orientation (if new)
  • 'penalty' for anyone who didn't sign out last time - 'I Forgot' nametag
  • verify First Aid certificate
  • verify ICS 100 certificates
    • alternate: provide old ICS 100 exams
  • schedule for rest of course
  • get your own supper
  • gaps brought out in last day's review and monitor
  • content review
  • course monitor
  • course evaluation


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