COURSE ANNOUNCEMENT - Standardized Credentialing Program for Management of an Animal Emergency

Course Description
This course will prepare participants to utilize the resource typing and credentialing templates, position task books and the Resource Ordering and Status System (ROSS) to manage an animal‐related disaster response and recovery at the local, state and regional level. The goal of this course is to encourage the development of compatible credentialing programs for Animal Emergency Responders (AER’s) in all states to facilitate sharing of
people resources in the event of a disaster.

Key Points

  • Key components and benefits of a credentialing system 
  • An overview of the national credentialing standards for AER’s 
  • How to conduct a gap analysis for animal credentialing program 
  • How to order needed people resources using common terminology 
July 28, 2011 - 8:00 AM‐ 5:00 PM
July 29, 2011 - 8:00 AM - Noon

Colorado Division of Emergency Management
9195 E. Mineral Ave
Basement Training Room
Centennial, CO 80112

Registration Information
Register for this course on  Course ID: 1027239.   This course is first come, first serve.  There is no fee for this course. For questions please contact Deb Foote, CVMF Animal Emergency Management Program Director at 303.539.7633 (office)