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Our Mission: To Empower You with the Skills Needed to Respond Effectively to any Emergency.


AHT education and training uses the most accurate and detailed information available. All our courses meet or exceed nationally recognized standards. All Applicable courses meet the content and objectives outlined in the National Standard Curriculum Training Development Guidance, required by the NIMS Integration Center.

All Hazards Incident Management Team (IMT) Training and Team Building: Our team has extensive experience as active members of IMTs. Early Alert and All Hazard Training prepares and trains our clients for times when it is necessary to activate and manage a major or complex incident requiring a significant number of resources, such as in a major structure or wildland fire, a multi-casualty incident, terrorist or security event, natural disasters or a hazardous materials spill. IMTs may also be activated for other non-emergency events. An IMT usually is comprised of 7-10 trained personnel who respond to incidents that are typically contained within one operational period in the control phase, usually within a few hours after resources arrive on scene, but may initially manage larger, more complex incidents.

Exercises, Seminars, Workshops & Tabletops: Our team has designed, supported, facilitated, and evaluated numerous exercises. We can lead or assist entities through all five phases of the "exercise cycle." We have extensive experience providing comprehensive exercise design packages specialized to an organization's resources and objectives. We provide comprehensive NIMS-compliant and the latest Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP) exercises of any size and scope. These exercises include discussion-based exercises such as Seminars, Workshops, Tabletops, and Games. Additionally, we provide operations-based exercises like Drills, Functional and Full-scales for a variety of events or incidents ranging from small-scale emergencies to disasters and mass casualty incidents that could occur in any community.

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