Description: This 2 1/2 day course teaches students how to leverage scripting techniques to create more evolved WebEOC boards. This class will explore the cutting edge of WebEOC board development, review lessons learned and good code technique. If time permits, the instructor will also cover other functions or executables that students would like to learn.
CEUs: Juvare is authorized by IACET to offer 1.6 CEUs for this course.
Performance Based Learning Outcomes: At the end of this module the student will be able to perform the following functions:
- Review board designs
- Use WebEOC Tags
- Individual Code Examples
- Build a Dashboard
Payment: Payment arrangements are required prior to the beginning of the course. An invoice can be generated and credit cards can be accepted. Contact the Juvare Training Center for payment assistance at +1-470-279-6462 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Required Student Minimum: Juvare requires a minimum of four (4) students to be enrolled in a class at least 14 days prior to the start of the course or the course may be cancelled. Those registered in a cancelled course will have their registrations moved to the next scheduled offering of the course. Call or email the Juvare Training Center for updates.
Atlanta Classes: Report to Juvare Headquarters, 235 Peachtree Street, NE, Atlanta, GA 30303, Suite 2300
Lodging in Atlanta: We have a corporate room rate at the Indigo of $149.00 per night. You can book your own rooms at that rate using this link. Juvare Negotiated Rate at Hotel Indigo Atlanta Downtown Use Rate Code "Peachtree Two Three". Room rates lower than $149.00 are available but may not be refundable.
Equipment Requirements: Computers with internet access are provided for students attending classes in Atlanta. Each student should have prior experience with and basic familiarity with WebEOC.
Requirements for Successful Completion of Course: Instructors will advise participants at the beginning of the session that assessments of individual learning will take place during each segment of the class. This assessment will usually consist of the student demonstrating understanding of the material presented by completing a short exercise (on the computer). Assessments can also consist of appropriate verbal feedback from the student indicating understanding of the material presented. In addition to the assessments, to receive a Course Completion Certificate, a participant must attend at least 90% of the class. Our goal is to have 100% attendance. If participants miss a short segment, they will be required to make up the work and demonstrate achievement of the outcome(s) to meet course attendance requirements. Participants absent for more than 10% of the course, and who do not make up the course work, will not receive a Course Completion Certificate. (Participants must address the absence with the instructor and make-up the work prior to the end of the course.) A Sign-In sheet is required as proof of attendance for each class. Participants are required to sign-in at the beginning of each class day. Students who fail to sign in do not receive credit for the course.