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Video Links
    • CERT Train-the-Trainer: Coaching Hands-On Practice – Victim Extrication http://www.citizencorps.gov/cert/videos/VictimExtrication/index.shtm Lt. Gregg Karl of the Arlington County, Virginia, Fire Department walks a group of CERT trainees through a cribbing and leveraging exercise. This video is recommended for use in the CERT Train-the-Trainer course to demonstrate effective instructional techniques for teaching victim extrication.

    • CERT Train-the-Trainer: Demonstrating Head-to-Toe Assessment http://www.citizencorps.gov/cert/videos/HeadToToe/index.shtm Lt. Byron Dixon of the Arlington County, Virginia, Fire Department demonstrates a head-to-toe assessment for a class of CERT trainees. This video is recommended for use in the CERT Train-the-Trainer course to demonstrate effective instructional techniques for teaching head-to-toe assessments.

    • CERT Train-the-Trainer: Demonstrating Victim Carries http://www.citizencorps.gov/cert/videos/DemonstratingVictim/index.shtm Lt. Gregg Karl of the Arlington County, Virginia, Fire Department demonstrates three different types of victim carries to a class of CERT trainees. This video is recommended for use in the CERT Train-the-Trainer course to demonstrate effective instructional techniques for teaching victim carries.

    • 9-11 and the Medical Reserve Corps http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xhgrryxTOeA An Introduction to MRC: "These were the many health professionals who stepped forward to volunteer on that day and the days that followed."
      Health and Human Services Secretary Sebelius calls for health professionals to consider enlisting in the Medical Reserve Corps.

    • Disaster Exercise-DTCC Terry Campus http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1GR3AlFwuiQ Short overview video showing the Disaster Exercise held at the Terry Campus on April 23, 2010. Here the students got hands on experience on dealing with an emergency situation and learned quite a bit. The students involved were Allied Health, Criminal Justice and Nursing.

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