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Aviation Security Training Module 4 Design and Conduct Exercise II 1.

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1 Aviation Security Training Module 4 Design and Conduct Exercise II 1

2 Needs Assessment The needs assessment identifies: Likely incidents and their priority Resources most requiring exercise Plans most requiring exercise 2

3 Activity: Needs Assessment Brainstorm: Likely incidents and their priority Resources most requiring exercise Plans most requiring exercise 3

4 Activity: Needs Assessment Brainstorm: Likely incidents and their priority Resources most requiring exercise Plans most requiring exercise Change to 10 Minutes

5 Exercise Design Structure 1.Scope 2.Purpose 3.Objectives 4.Scenario Narrative 5

6 Exercise Design Structure 1.Scope 2.Purpose 3.Objectives 4.Scenario Narrative 6

7 Exercise Scope Scope determines the size of the exercise in terms of: 1Incident Type (what) 2Responder functions (who, how many) 3Location (where) 4Type of Exercise (tabletop) 7

8 Activity: Exercise Scope 1Incident Type (what) 2Responder functions (who, how many) 3Location (where) 4Type of Exercise (tabletop) 8

9 Activity: Exercise Scope 1Incident Type (what) 2Responder functions (who, how many) 3Location (where) 4Type of Exercise (tabletop) 0 Change to 10 Minutes

10 Exercise: Design Structure 1.Scope 2.Purpose 3.Objectives 4.Scenario 10

11 Exercise Purpose (why) Sample Purpose Statement The purpose of the Tabletop Exercise of a fire in Terminal B is for the airport police, fire, security, and facilities personnel to evaluate the new terminal evacuation plan. 11

12 Exercise Purpose (why) Sample Purpose Statement The purpose of the Tabletop Exercise of a fire in Terminal B is for the airport police, fire, security, and facilities personnel to evaluate the new terminal evacuation plan. 12

13 Activity: Purpose Statement Scope + Why 13

14 Activity: Purpose Statement Minutes Scope + Why

15 Exercise Design Structure 1.Scope 2.Purpose 3.Objectives 4.Scenario 15

16 Exercise Objectives Exercise Objectives: Define specific exercise outcomes Provide a framework for scenario development Provide exercise evaluation criteria 16

17 Developing Exercise Objectives Specific Measurable Attainable Realistic Time-oriented 17

18 Sample Exercise Objectives 1.Within 15 minutes after the evacuation notice is given members of the Emergency Operations Center will complete all notification procedures to the airport management team. 18

19 Activity: Exercise Objectives Specific Measurable Attainable Realistic Time-oriented 19

20 Activity: Exercise Objectives Specific Measurable Attainable Realistic Time-oriented 0 15 Minutes

21 Exercise Design Structure 1.Scope 2.Purpose Statement 3.Objectives 4.Scenario 21

22 Scenario Narrative time line Progressive Based on the objectives, purpose, and scope Approximates real-world responses to emergencies 22

23 Activity: Scenario 0 30 Minutes

24 Evaluator Checklist Based on Exercise Objectives Divides objectives down to tasks 24

25 Activity – Evaluator Checklist Complete an Evaluator Checklist for each exercise objective 25

26 Activity – Evaluator Checklist Complete an Evaluator Checklist for each exercise objective Minutes 7.515

27 Prepare to Conduct Exercise Assign Roles Hold Exercise Discussions 27

28 Conduct Exercise Role-play parts Explain what you would do at each stage of the incident Evaluators observe 28

29 Exercise Evaluation Discuss Feedback 29

30 Exercise Findings/After Action Report addresses Additional training and exercising Changes to plans, policies and procedures Additional equipment 30

31 Workshop Summary Summarize the General Principles of Incident Management Review the Components of an Incident Management Plan Design an Incident Management Exercise Participate in an Incident Management Exercise Evaluate the Results of the Exercise 31


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