AWR 311

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AWR-311: Small Vessel Security for Rural Communities

Course Description

This course is designed to aid participants in developing critical thinking skills at the time of a small vessel security incident, develop community partnerships with other government and non-governmental agencies that will be necessary to respond to a small vessel incident, and promote regional intelligence-gathering to keep abreast of current threats in this area, particularly through area maritime security committees (AMSC). The comprehensive cross-discipline collaboration and the scenario-based training environment make this mobile course a unique opportunity for rural communities across the country. Register for a class by selecting a class date from the Training Schedule, click on the Registration link above the course description to access a registration form for that class. Request a new class to be scheduled in your area by submitting a Request a Course form.

Course Prerequisites

*Participant must be a U.S. citizen or a foreign national approved by DHS. Recommended (not required): IS-100: Introduction to the Incident Command System (ICS), IS-700: An Introduction to the National Incident Management System (NIMS), and AWR-144: Port and Vessel Security for Public Safety and Maritime Personnel.


Citizen/Community VolunteerEmergency ManagementEmergency Medical ServicesFire ServiceGovernmental AdministrativeLaw EnforcementOtherPrivate Sector/Corporate Security and Safety ProfessionalsTransportation Security (Air, Water, Ground, Port)

Core Capabilities

On-Scene Security and Protection
No Material for this course.