Friday, May 22, 2015

FREE Training Opportunity. Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Training. September 2015.

FYI…. EVEN FOR DIASPORA MEMBERS

Highly recommend both training courses for community level nonprofits, faith-based organizations to attend.  CERT training at the county, city, neighborhood level is the key to establishing resiliency and sustainability in our community.  Each level has different requirements and needs, and FUNDING opportunities available.

Having two to four members from your community to attend the program manager and train-the-trainer courses will ensure that your neighborhood program is off to a good start. 

CERT team concepts are being practiced in the Caribbean and promoted by emergency managements agency\offices of members of the CDEMA (Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency).

Plan now to attend.  One family, one neighborhood and community at a time.  Only we can resolve our issues, in our communities.

BEMA.

2015 Training Dates


Course Name: E0427 Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Program Manager

September 17-18, 2015
This course prepares participants to establish and sustain an active local CERT program.

Course Name: E0428 Community   Emergency Response Team (CERT) Train-the-Trainer

September 9-11, 2015
This course prepares participants to deliver FEMA’s CERT Basic Training course.

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