Homeland Security National Training Program (HSNTP)
As a founding member of the National Domestic Preparedness Consortium (NDPC), LSU NCBRT/ACE is a DHS training partner providing high-quality training to emergency responders throughout the United States and its territories under DHS's Homeland Security National Training Program.
The NDPC is a partnership of public and private organizations, the majority academic, committed to serving emergency first responders by providing quality, cost-effective counter-terrorism training. The United States can mitigate the effects of terrorist acts through planning and preparation for emergency responders. The goal of the NDPC is to provide a focused threat responsive, long-term national capability to execute and sustain a comprehensive and coordinated domestic weapons of mass destruction (WMD) emergency responder education, training, testing and exercise program.
Preparedness is a shared, national responsibility requiring our active participation to prepare America to address its threats. LSU NCBRT/ACE is preparing you today for tomorrow’s threats.
Louisiana State University's National Center for Biomedical Research and Training/Academy of Counter-Terrorist Education offers DHS-certified courses covered under DHS’s Homeland Security National Training Program. As a DHS primary training provider, LSU NCBRT/ACE can offer this vital training at no direct cost to your agency. Watch the NCBRT Promotional Video here.
LSU NCBRT/ACE serves as a leader in law enforcement training; biological incident response training; food and agriculture safety and security training; and training America’s first responders in the latest anti-terrorism and homeland security techniques.
LSU NCBRT/ACE offers numerous courses for the law enforcement community covering subject areas such as prevention and deterrence, WMD incidents, tactical planning and operations, active shooters, and forensic investigation. Participants learn through traditional classroom lecture, facilitated discussion, and hands-on practice scenarios.
Biological Incident Response
Courses in LSU NCBRT/ACE’s biological incident response lane of training are beneficial for those who may be responsible for responding to a WMD incident, including police, fire, emergency medical services, and public health. Courses provide knowledge of and experience with biological agents, methods of protection, decontamination, threat identification, and sampling.
Food and Agriculture Safety and Security
As a leader in food safety and agricultural protection training, LSU NCBRT/ACE is preparing America’s first responders, agriculture specialists, and industry leaders to recognize and respond to all potential threats to the food supply. Course participants learn how to identify threats to the cultivation, production, processing, transportation, or distribution of the nation’s food supply, develop an appropriate and timely response plan, and identify resources that can assist their community.
LSU NCBRT/ACE offers classroom and online training. All classroom training is mobile, meaning that courses are delivered at your agency’s training facility.
Online courses offer the same high-quality, challenging courses as those taught in the classroom, with the added convenience and flexibility of training at locations and times that are convenient for you. To register for online courses, visit https://elearnreg.ncbrt.lsu.edu/. Already registered for a web-based course? Sign in now.
LSU NCBRT/ACE offers the following training formats:
Direct Delivery: With Direct Delivery, instructors teach participants directly.
Train-the-Trainer: With Train-the-Trainer, instructors deliver the course materials to a class of trainers who return to their organizations to train others through Indirect Delivery.
Web-based: Online courses are accessed directly by the participant at his/her convenience.
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