Iris relief certifications

CREDENTIALING SYSTEM

IRis relief has five levels of qualification: 

 
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1. BASIC RESPONDER

 An Iris Relief Basic Responder has completed:

  • Incident Command IS 100 & IS 700 Courses
  • Deployed Disaster Spiritual Care (DSC) Provider Training
  • Basic Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Course

2. INTERMEDIATE RESPONDER

An Iris Relief Intermediate Responder has completed:

  • All Basic Responder Qualifications
  • First Aid, CPR, & AED Course
  • One Deployment or Full-Scale Exercise

3. ADVANCED RESPONDER

An Iris Relief Advanced Responder has completed:

  • All Basic and Intermediate Responder Qualifications
  • Incident Command IS 200, IS 300, & IS 400 Courses
  • CERT "Tools for Leadership Success" Module
  • Two Deployments (Or One Deployment & One Full-Scale Exercise)
  • One of the Following:
  1. Emergency Medical Response (EMR)
  2. Wilderness First Responder (WFR)
  3. Advanced Disaster Spiritual Care (DSC) Training Course & Experience
  4. First Care Instructor Training Course & Experience

4. TEAM LEADER

An Iris Relief Team Leader has completed:

  • All Basic, Intermediate, & Advanced Responder Qualifications
  • Approved Leadership Training Course
  • Relevant Experience: Three Years for Disaster Spiritual Care (DSC) Leader
  • Recommendation by Iris Relief Leadership

5. COORDINATOR

An Iris Relief Coordinator has completed:

  • All Basic, Intermediate, & Advanced Responder & Team Leader Qualifications
  • Approved Training
  • Relevant Experience
  • Recommendation by Iris Relief Leadership

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IRis relief TRAININGS FOR CERTIFICATION:

1. JUST-IN-TIME TRAINING

A 4-hour training that immediately equips students to serve during an active disaster response. This "During a Disaster" training equips others to serve in an area of immediate need following a disaster.

2. LOCAL DISASTER RESPONDER TRAINING

A 32-hour training that equips students to function as Intermediate Responders with Iris Relief. This training can occur both pre-disaster (preparation) and post-disaster (recovery). 

3. DEPLOYED DISASTER RESPONDER TRAINING

This training qualifies students to function as an Advanced Responder with Iris Relief and is the first step in becoming an Iris Relief Team Leader. The Iris Relief Leaders School functions as the primary source for this training; however, a mixture of face-to-face and online training options are available in addition to the Leaders School.

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