Essentials of Small Group Logistics

Training in the movement and management of small groups will be available. There will be academic training plus practicum of moving site residents around and doing response zone scenarios.

The basic course will focus on d
ay to day operations needs, small group coordination, transportation of people and materials, and timing 

Basics of Medical Response

Basic first aid training will be available to project residents. When qualified trainers are available the Project will hold more advanced training and clinic days to support the local community and give residents some experience in a medical setting.

Intro basic course

The basic course will focus on preparation prior to departure and providing medical response on arrival, specific to developing countries with minimal or damaged infrastructure. There are specific challenges to these situations that require a different approach to medical response. This course will cover:

•Principals of what to research on the way to deployment

•Identifying local resources for treatment

•Identifying and accessing local resources for transport

•Scene assessment and safety

•Personal safety while responding

•Techniques for advanced first aid and CPR in a developing infrastructure

•Environmental variety in first aid

•Creating local protocols

Basics of Utilities Interface

Training will be offered in the basics of working with electricity and water for setting up a base or site, and skill development to help identify threats from damaged utilities in the field. The basics training is available on site with advanced courses as trainers are available.

Construction Basics

Training will focus on site safety, tool use, construction site etiquette, and the anatomy of a structure. There will also be an ever expanding catalogue of techniques that residents bring with them for building in specific environments, which other residents will be encouraged to learn from as well as add to whenever possible. The Project sites will be built out in cooperation with trainers so the construction of needed facilities will also benefit the residents who are looking to expand their skills.