Training to combat chemical incidents is critical for health professionals due to recent events involving the release of chemical hazards and terrorist attacks involving chemical weapons. Health professionals need to have appropriate knowledge and skills to respond to future chemical incidents. There is a lack of teaching these competences in Europe. A group from different European universities have created an effective short training course for providing undergraduate students with basic skills to respond to chemical incidents. This workshop will show how we use novel web-based tools and guidance developed by Public Health England to deliver this training.