This training is designed to prepare public health officials and workers to effectively plan for and respond to pandemic events in a manner that is sensitive to the needs of children and families, enhances compliance with public health recommendations, and supports resiliency in the pediatric population.
The course will be a three-hour training, consisting of four 45-minute modules. The modules will also include time for evaluation and testing, leaving approximately 30 minutes for content per module. The modules are organized according to the following curriculum domains:
Funding for this training module provided in support of community and business resilience by the Kentucky Critical Infrastructure Protection Program, managed by the National Institute for Hometown Security for the US Department of Homeland Security in collaboration with our partners at the University of Louisville.