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2 chairs - 2 registrations
Logos on all appropriate conference materials
2 chairs - 3 registrations
Logo on Florida NENA Website (as sponsor) for one year
2 chairs - 4 registrations
Logo on Florida NENA Website (as sponsor) for one year with link to sponsor website.
2 chairs - 6 registrations
Recognition as a Diamond Sponsor at the Tuesday Morning Breakfast with the opportunity to speak in front of the group for no more than 5 minutes.
911 Coordinator's Boot Camp Course
Sunday, November 5, 2017 - 8am - 5pm
Monday, November 6, 2017 - 8am - 12pm
The 9-1-1 Boot Camp is a two day course designed to introduce new 9-1-1 Coordinators to the many aspects of the 9-1-1 Industry. This course will also benefit any individual with a desire to improve their knowledge regarding the 9-1-1. Topics include, legacy and NG911 networks, database, laws and rules as they pertain to 9-1-1, financial/budgetary issues, etc.
This course is a primer in disaster planning to help 9-1-1 professionals prepare for and survive calamities that can cause disruptions to PSAP systems and failures in overall PSAP operations. The class focuses on what every employee of a 9-1-1 center can do before, during, and after catastrophic events to ensure they are able to provide continuous service.
Attendees will examine the major systems found in most PSAP, including Computer Aided Dispatch, radio, GIS and mapping, power supply, 9-1-1 telephony, and mobile data, and learn what impact the failures of such systems have on PSAP operations. Additionally, the class will address the backup procedures that PSAPs can implement and utilize in their effort to mitigate the impact of system failures. This offering employs a straightforward, non-technical approach, and provides both supervisory and non-supervisory PSAP personnel with the tools they need to help their PSAP withstand disasters.