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Antiterrorism level 1 training

sekura

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I can only assume OP is referring to this the "JS-US007 - Level I Antiterrorism Awareness Training" which is a free course by the US Department of Defence aimed at Family Members and Dependents of servicemen as well as Contractors.

The purpose of this training is to increase your awareness of terrorism and to improve your ability to apply personal protective measures.

The course can be accessed here:
https://jko.jten.mil/courses/atl1/launch.html

All you need to do is Enter your first and last name (it will save your progress and will show on your certificate at the end).

If you really care enough to go through each slideshow you can, or you can skip each and go to the test, which is multiple choice and tell you which ones you've gotten wrong.

It's probably not really worth a great deal but I imagine it will stand out rather well on a CV! I already see a few people have put it on LinkedIn.
 

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In researching if there were anymore courses similar to the one above, I found that the DoD's Information Assurance Support Environment offers training courses, most (if not all) have certificates at the end, that are largely on the topic of CyberSecurity.

Some you sadly cannot access without a DoD CAC (Common Access Card) ID card, but Most courses this isn't the case and you can freely access them. Some of the courses are used by other government departments it appears.

https://iase.disa.mil/eta/Pages/online-catalog.aspx
 

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In researching if there were anymore courses similar to the one above, I found that the DoD's Information Assurance Support Environment offers training courses, most (if not all) have certificates at the end, that are largely on the topic of CyberSecurity.

Some you sadly cannot access without a DoD CAC (Common Access Card) ID card, but Most courses this isn't the case and you can freely access them. Some of the courses are used by other government departments it appears.

https://iase.disa.mil/eta/Pages/online-catalog.aspx
 
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