Emergency Preparedness Solutions™® provides a full range of services related to training, including training needs assessments; and instructional design, development, delivery, and evaluation.

We have particular expertise in the professional development of training materials, such as participant guides, presentations, and job aids to support learning and the application of learning. Our processes and documents meet the standards of DHS' National Training and Education Division (NTED) to ensure grant compliance.

Our training expertise includes:

  • Incident Command System (ICS)
  • Emergency Operations Center (EOC) management, including application of the NIMS Incident Support Model
  • Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) Implementation
  • Best Practices in Incident Management
  • HSEEP and Exercise Management
  • Continuity of Operations Planning (COOP)
  • HazMat for EMS (Operations Level training)
  • CBRNE awareness
  • Integrating Functional Needs Support into Sheltering
  • Active Shooter/Hostile Event Response (ASHER) awareness and survival staff training
  • Airport emergency preparedness training and exercises
  • Various other topics in emergency management and homeland security

How does EPS ensure training is effective?

  • We utilize the industry-standard ADDIE Model of Instructional Design for all instructional design projects.
  • We pay special attention to the application of Bloom's Taxonomy to ensure that training objectives are created and accomplished at the proper level of competency desired for learners at the conclusion of the training.
  • We provide subject matter experts to support design and conduct of training.
  • We reference current standards and best practices.

Client Testimonial

"EPS designed a curriculum from scratch and delivered a series of trainings that were perfectly tailored to their needs. The participants left the trainings with a vastly improved understanding of disaster preparedness and how to apply that knowledge to better prepare their staff and volunteers for a disaster."

Andrew Smallman

Director of Hunger and Food Support Initiatives, United Way of New York City