Professional Capacity Building

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Professional Capacity Building:
SHRP2 NATIONAL TIM
RESPONDER TRAINING COURSE OUTLINE
1. Introduction
2. TIM Fundamentals and
Terminology
3. Notification and Scene SizeUp
4. Safe Vehicle Positioning
5. Scene Safety
6. Command Responsibilities
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Traffic Management
Special Circumstances
Clearance and Termination
Tabletop Exercise
Outdoor Situational
Awareness Activity
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SHRP2 Traffic Incident Responder Course
Implementation Goals
by December 2014:
• Executive level engagement & support for national deployment
• Implementation Plans in place & being executed in every State
• At least one Train-the-Trainer (TtT) in every State
• Conduct at least 75 TtT
• Train over 2,500 State/local instructors
• Train over 50,000 in classroom training
by December 2017:
• Train 125,000-225,000 in classroom training
• Train many more through eLearning version
and, over the next decade, reach over a million responders
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Professional Capacity Building:
SHRP2 NATIONAL TIM
RESPONDER TRAINING PROGRAM GOALS
By December 2014:
• Train the Trainer (T-t-T) Course in every
State plus DC &PR
• Conduct 52-70 T-t-T sessions
• Train 3,000 – 4,000 State/local instructors to deliver
classroom training
• 50,000 Trained…but being Challenged to Double This
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Professional Capacity Building: SHRP2 NATIONAL TIM
RESPONDER TRAINING IMPLEMENTATION PROGRESS
AS OF MAY 31, 2014 (UPDATED)
Y 31, 2014
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(UPDATED)
NH
VT
WA
ME
ND
MT
MA
MN
OR
ID
NY
WI
SD
MI
WY
PA
IA
IL
NV
CA
CO
WV
VA
KY
2
AZ
OK
MD
DC
TN
AR
SC
NM
MS
HI
TX
AL
GA
LA
3
FL
42 States Actively Training
PR
96 Total Number of TtT Sessions Conducted
2 New State has a TtT Session Scheduled
47,439 Total Number Trained
2
NC
3
3
DE
2
IN
MO
KS
NJ
2
OH
NE
UT
RI
CT
Conducted TtT and/or TIM Training in Progress
TtT Session Planned
No TtT Scheduled To Date
Professional Capacity Building: SHRP2
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National TIM
Responder Training Implementation Progress
As of May 31, 2014 (Updated)
y 31, 2014 (Updated)
27
1,317 51
8
1,627
532
512
44
26
23
650
2,877
2,688
1,322 951
1,217
1,923
68
495
43,599 Number of Responders Trained
(Not Including TtT Session Participants)
284
35
592
334
225
2,015
9,932
1,719
43
319
122
71
659
1,047
44
506
4,382
142
83
934
1,534
Conducted TtT and/or TIM Training in Progress
TtT Session Planned
No TtT Scheduled To Date
National
TIMBResponder
Training ATTENDEES’
PROFESSIONAL
CAPACITY
UILDING: SHRP2
DISCIPLINE Program
BREAKDOWN
PERCENTAGES
Implementation
Progress
- AS OF MAY 31, 2014
- Total Trained By Discipline Public Work, Transportation Maintenance
Other Disciplines
5%
DOT/Transportation
16%
& Safety Service Patrols Want the
SHRP2 L12/32 Traffic Incident
Responder course, but are often
forgotten as target audiences.
Law Enforcement
39%
EMS
4%
Towing and
Recovery
5%
Fire/Rescue
31%
TIM Classroom Training: The Next Big Push
• New goal- Train over 100,000 in classroom training by December
2014
• Expansion to LE beyond State Police
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Develop relationship with SACOP leadership
Develop strategy to quickly engage individual state associations
Session at National Sheriffs Association Conference in June
May need leadership support from Colonels in some States
What else?
• Institutionalization of the classroom training
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Increased use in LE and Fire academies
Post-certify curriculum and integrate into academies
May need leadership support from Colonels in some States
What else?
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Super-sized TtT at National Fire Academy (NFA)
• June 28-29 at NFA campus in Emmitsburg, MD
• Focused on increasing #s trained from Fire Service and
underrepresented trained responder markets
• Equivalent to regular 10 TtT sessions
• 280 new instructors to be trained
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170 identified through Metropolitan Fire Chiefs Association & North
American Fire Training Directors
Plus 70 from law enforcement (state, sheriffs, municipal police), 10 nonFire EMS, 10 towers, and 10 local transportation agencies/public works
departments
• Need help with increasing awareness & connecting new instructors
into existing regional teams
• Attendee travel and lodging provided by FHWA/NFA
• Watch for another similar session to be held in Emmitsburg, MD
early in the next FFY
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SHRP2 L32BWeb-Based e-Learning Tool – NHI-Hosted
Professional Capacity Building:
Sample Course Page--Source:TRB/UMD
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SHRP2 Project L32C
Post-Course Assessment and Reporting Tool for Trainers and TIM Responders
Using the SHRP 2 Interdisciplinary Traffic Incident Management Curriculum
E-Learning
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Based on in-person
Same learning objectives
Dispatcher module
Pilot completed
Roll out in a few weeks
Approximately 4 hours to complete
Project L32C Demonstration
Kirkpatrick’s Four Levels of Learning Evaluation
Project L32C Demonstration
Critical Success Factors and Data Sources for Assessment
Levels
Critical Success Factors
Data Sources
1 - Reaction
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Need to be done immediately after the training ends
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Trainees
2 – Learning
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Need to be done before and after the training
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Trainees
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Need to allow time for behavior changes
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Trainees must be allowed the right work environment to
implement behavior changes
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Supervisors
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Peers
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Trainees
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Management
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TIM Performance
Measures
3 – Behavior
4 – Results
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Peers and/or immediate supervisors must be able to
observe the behavior changes
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More time will likely be needed to obtain organizational
results
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Management support is a must
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Need pre-training and post-training results for comparison
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Ability to determine what improvements are due to training
efforts as opposed to other organizational initiatives
Project L32C Demonstration
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