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Training

Marion County Medical Reserve Corps

In order to be eligible for future deployment missions, all MRC volunteers are required to take two training courses. These courses are foundation-level courses which will prepare you for your role as a Marion County Medical Reserve Corps volunteer. The courses are Introduction to Incident Command System (IS-100 offered online or in-person) and National Incident Management System (IS-700 offered online).

Online required MRC training

IS-100: Introduction to Incident Command System

IS-700: National Incident Management System (NIMS), An Introduction

MRC Core Competencies Matrix

MRC Core Competencies Fact Sheet

Links to online recommended training

Psychological First Aid

This free six-hour interactive course puts the participant in the role of a provider in a post-disaster scene.

Florida Strategic National Stockpile and Mass Dispensing Training

This online course provides an overview of Florida’s Strategic National Stockpile program and provides context for those who may help deliver medical supplies to impacted communities.

Additional Training Information for MRC

MRC-Train

MRC-Train is the premier learning resource for professionals who protect the public's health.

Additional Information on the MRC
Video: 9-11 and the Medical Reserve Corps: a call to action

Video: The Florida MRC Recruitment video

Learn more about the Medical Reserve Corps

Marion County Medical Reserve Corps Brochure

Marion County MRC Frequently Asked Questions