In order to increase individual preparedness and ensure plans work as expected, MIT Emergency Management oversees a diverse training program.
These programs, for both individuals as well as Departments, Labs and Centers (DLCs), aim to practice in a non-threatening and no-fault atmosphere. This allows us to find areas of improvement before an incident occurs, to ensure our community is prepared to face any emergency.
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Active Shooter/Violent Intruder Preparedness Training
In this training, we show participants some common warning signs of a potential attackers and we prepare them to survive an active shooter/violent intruder situation.
Campus Emergency Response Team (CERT) Training
Our CERT training course teaches volunteers basic disaster response skills to support MIT’s Emergency Operations Center, and themselves, during an incident.
CPR, AED, and First Aid Training
These separate training’s that show participants how to apply First Aid, use AEDs, and perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR).
Emergency Preparedness Plan (EPP) Training
Visit this page to learn about our EPP training for both Emergency Preparedness Coordinators (EPCs) as well as Department, Lab and Center (DLCs).
General Preparedness Training
This training introduces MIT community members to emergency preparedness, which shows participants what they can do as individuals to help prepare themselves and their families.