Sunday, June 16, 2019
Emergency Services

WCMRC Training

Below are links to the four orientation modules for WCMRC volunteers. These modules fulfill the requirements of the national MRC Core Competencies, which establish a baseline level of knowledge and skills that each volunteer should attain, and must be completed before volunteers will be considered for emergency response. To complete the modules, please click on the link for each corresponding module and follow the instructions. Certificates may be submited for credit either via fax, mail, or email. For faxes and mail, use the contact information listed at the bottom of this webpage and address it to the WCMRC Operations Coordinator. For email submission, send certificate to After completing the orientation modules, WCMRC volunteers should still meet with the WCMRC Operations Coordinator to receive all necessary materials and supplies. If there are any questions, please contact the WCMRC Operations Coordinator at 435-657-3254.

Orientation Modules
Each module is a pdf file made up of slides. The modules are intended to be a narrated presentation, but there is no narration available at this time. View the narrator's script by placing your cursor over this icon in the top left corner of each slide.
This module provides an overview of the WCMRC, including the unit's mission statement, focus areas of response, training information, and policies
This module describes public health preparedness, with a focus on the role of public health agencies in emergency response
This module introduces the concepts of psychological first aid and prepares the learner to provide compassionate care and emotional support during disasters and public health emergencies
This module provides an overview of the National Incident Management System and the Incident Command System
Other Training Opportunities Minimize

Below are links to online courses that provide more detail on some MRC Core Competency topics


IS-22 has been designed to help citizens learn how to protect themselves and their families against all types of hazards
This course describes the history, features, principles, and organizational structure of the Incident Command System
NIMS provides a consistent nationwide template to enable organizations to work together during incidents

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