Security, Safety, and Emergency Preparedness

Drone Emergency Response Planning (DERP)

This course aims to impart fundamental knowledge in carrying out a Drone Emergency Response Plan (DERP) and is directly linked to the foundations established in the Drone Vulnerability and Risk Assessment (DVRA) course.

This course is particularly beneficial for all security professionals either government or private sector operators responsible for a comprehensive security program. It is designed for any business looking to incorporate the "air domain" into its security policies, procedures, and operating protocols. The DERP will serve as the bedrock for your comprehensive drone risk mitigation strategy and seamlessly integrate with your existing business security program. It will establish a framework for “response” and “action” during a drone event. The course is designed to lay a solid foundation upon which you can further build.

Whether you are a government or private sector security professional or a business aiming to safeguard your operations from drone-related risks, this course will provide you with the essential tools to enhance your security protocols in the evolving “air domain.”

For GI Bill® beneficiaries, the exam cost of $100.00 may be reimbursed by the Department of Veterans Affairs after submitting VA Form 22-0803.

Disclaimer: The information in this course is provided for informational purposes only and is in accordance with the customary professional standards within the industry and is predicated solely upon security issues known to Phoenix 6 Consulting, LLC, at the time the course was produced and distributed for consumer use.

This course cannot and does not address all potential threats/threat tactics or risks, or their potential impact, as security, safety, emergency management, and crime prevention/reduction strategies are dynamic processes. As site conditions are modified and/or expanded, and since threats often and commonly continuously change, it is imperative to routinely review, update, and change security process management, technology, policies and procedures to account for these changes.

Although we attempt to provide security options that are consistent with state, local, and industry related codes/requirements, if conflicts arise between what is discussed in this course and these codes and requirements, state and local regulations/codes and industry-related requirements/mandates take precedent.
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Completion rules
  • All units must be completed
  • Leads to a certificate with a duration: 3 years