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VOST Training by Mind Map: VOST Training

1. Curriculum Ideas

1.1. Conducting Geographic Based Searches

1.2. Best Practices/Lessons Learned

1.3. Archiving

1.4. Creating and following lists

1.5. Training

1.5.1. Lesson Plan Structure Instructor Guide Module Outlines Module Best Practices Prerequisites IS 42 PER-304 Social Media Platforms Shadowing a VOST Member Evaluations Student Instructor Learning Deliveries Self-paced learning Instructor Led Webinar Led MOOC style

1.5.2. Training tools Videos Talking Head Interviews Screenshots Documentary Examples Case Studies/News Footage type Powerpoint slides Slideshare Handouts

1.5.3. Exercises Seminar/workshop case study reviews Tabletop Exercises Using archived data for simulations Monitoring live data Public hashtag Preparedness themed hashtag Shadowing during an incident Dangers of exercising in a live environment

1.6. Prerequisites

1.6.1. IS 100

1.6.2. IS 700

1.6.3. IS 42

1.6.4. IS 200

1.6.5. IS 800

1.7. Dissemination

1.7.1. Hosting on VOSG.us

1.7.2. Series of Google Folders

1.7.3. Hosting on LLIS?

2. Expert Interviews

2.1. Case studies/disasters

2.2. Origin/History

2.3. Specific Tools

2.4. Team Management

3. Module Ten: Recovery Operations

3.1. Recovery

3.1.1. Organizing volunteers virtually

3.1.2. Database Management

3.1.3. Spontaneous Volunteers Emergency Volunteer Center Volunteer Matching Services

3.1.4. Inventory Management & Distribution

3.1.5. Grief process using social

4. Module One: Creating a VOST Team

4.1. Origin/History of VOST

4.2. How to create a VOST

4.2.1. Agency Buy-In

4.2.2. Delegation of Authority Guidelines on implementation

4.2.3. Attraction & Retention of Team Members Firing a Team member

4.2.4. Documentation What we did, how we did, why we did it

4.3. Policies and expectations

4.3.1. Legal requirements

4.3.2. No Business Promotion

4.3.3. Reputation Management

5. Module Two: Organizing the VOST Response

5.1. Response Elements

5.1.1. Project Workbook e.g. VOST Resource sheets in each mission area Open street maps/automated

5.1.2. Backchannel Communications Skype Other Instant Messaging purpose of B/C comms Confidentiality expectations

5.1.3. Activation/How

5.1.4. Deactivation/How

5.1.5. Operational Period Shift expectations

6. Module Three: Serving as a VOST Team Manager

6.1. Conducting a team briefing

6.1.1. Recorded Briefing

6.1.2. Group phonecall

6.1.3. Situation Status Document

6.1.4. Narrated slidedeck

6.2. Creating and assigning missions

6.2.1. Slow-Paced Missions Wildfire Missions Pre-Planned Events Noticed Weather Events

6.2.2. Dynamic Incidents Police missions Active shooter Protests Eruptive Weather/Earthquake Events

6.3. Personnel Mgt

6.3.1. Team Member Skill Sets

6.3.2. Team Leader Minimums

6.3.3. Team Leader Checklist

7. Module Four: Serving as a VOST Agency Liaison

7.1. Serving as a VOST Liaison

7.2. Interacting with a PIO

7.3. Interacting with Situation Status

7.3.1. Providing summary reports

7.3.2. Assisting with mapping/GIS

7.3.3. The Planning P

7.4. Serving as an Agency Liaison

7.4.1. Agency Liaison Expectations

7.4.2. Agency Liaison Checklist

8. Module Five: Crowdsourcing Skills

8.1. Crowdsourcing

8.1.1. Mapping

8.1.2. Field Data Entry

8.1.3. Photo archiving

8.1.4. People Finders

8.1.5. Resource Matching

9. Module Six: Rumor Management Skills

9.1. Rumor Management

9.1.1. Snopes style webpage

9.1.2. Amplifying corrected info

9.1.3. Redirecting to a source

10. Module 7: Responder Stress

10.1. Responder Stress

10.1.1. Disaster Distress Helpline

10.1.2. Managing Stress

10.1.3. Recognizing stress in yourself & others

10.1.4. Fatigue/Self Care

11. Module 8: Social Media Platforms and Searches

11.1. Equipment

11.1.1. Social Media Types Microblogging Communities Wikis Document Sharing Video Static Video Live streaming Pictures Audio

12. Module 9: Understanding Mission Types