AUBURN – Auburn University will hold an emergency preparedness training exercise Thursday, Dec. 15, from 8 a.m. until approximately 1 p.m. to provide university personnel and local first-responders practice dealing with a campus emergency or disaster.
Perimeters will be set up around the area of Simms Road on the east side of the College of Veterinary Medicine for an exercise that will include role playing and emergency response to a hazardous materials incident by public safety agencies.
Participating agencies will include Auburn University, Auburn Fire Division, Auburn Police Division, Lee County Emergency Management Agency, Auburn University Medical Clinic and East Alabama Emergency Medical Services.
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AUBURN – Auburn University will hold an emergency preparedness exercise the morning of Thursday, March 17, to provide university personnel and local first-responders training in dealing with a campus emergency. The exercise is scheduled to begin at 7:45 a.m. and should end at about 1 p.m.
Perimeters will be set up around the area of the Student Center, Haley Center and Village View Dining for an “active shooter” drill that will include role-playing and emergency response by public safety agencies.
AUBURN – Auburn University will have an “active shooter” emergency preparedness training exercise the morning of Wednesday, Dec. 16, so university personnel and local first-responders can practice dealing with a campus emergency or disaster.
Perimeters will be set up around the area of the Student Center and Haley Center for a drill that will include role playing and emergency response by public safety agencies.
AUBURN – The Outreach Program Office of Auburn University has partnered with Educational Fitness Solutions Inc. to offer online professional certificates in various areas of health, fitness and nutrition.
The next series of these non-credit courses will begin in mid-March, with ongoing start dates, and are available in Nutrition for Optimal Health, Wellness, and Sports; Personal Fitness Training for Older Adults; Personal Fitness Training; Fitness Business Management; and Women’s Exercise Training and Wellness.
These Web-based courses provide interaction with faculty and instructors from colleges and universities, the allied health and medical field and the personal fitness training profession. They are designed to provide educational pathways and career opportunities to those in the emerging health and fitness industry; those in the allied health and medical field; and registered dietitians who want continuing educational units or credits.