Sample Course
Expanded
Outline


While formatting may vary, there are basically two types of course outlines-general and expanded. A general course outline is usually just that. It is very general and usually only carried to the third step in the outline format.

An expanded course outline is much more in-depth and includes a column on the right side for instructional clues. This column allows the instructor to add reminder to connect this section of the outline to policy and procedure, handout material, planned activities, perhaps even a good place to take a class break.

TOPIC
INSTRUCTIONAL CLUES
I. WHAT IS A CRITICAL INCIDENT  

A. Definition

Group exercise
II. TYPES OF CRITICAL INCIDENTS  
A. Natural Disasters
Discuss specific local problems

1. Earthquakes

 

2. Severe Weather

 

a. Flooding

 

b. Freezing

 

c. Tornadoes/Hurricanes

 
B. Man-made Disasters
Discuss potential for specific local

1. Explosions

problems

2. Hazardous material incidents

 

3. Plane/train crashes

 
III. BOMBS, BOMBINGS, BOMB THREATS Video: "Terror Hits Home" and
A. Bombings
"Bombing of America"

1. Obtain as much information as possible

 

a. Where - Mail, Car, Residence, Business, Aircraft

 

b. Injuries - Time of Day

 

2. Notifications

 

a. Know department policy

P&P #1234

b. Notify supervisors, Bomb/ EOD personnel, other agencies, etc.

 


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