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Greene County CERT Training
CERT provides basic disaster preparedness and response training to the public. A typical CERT class includes 24 hours of training covering
- Disaster Preparedness
- The National Incident Management System (NIMS)
- Basic First-Aid
- Small-Fire Suppression
- Light Search & Rescue Techniques
- Disaster Psychology
- Terrorism Awareness
- CERT Organization
The class concludes with a practical exercise in which you'll respond to a simulated disaster to practice skills learned in the classroom.
Upcoming trainings and events to be posted soon. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Greene County CERT director at 417-869-6040 or via email at email@example.com
2015 CERT Calendar of Events and Training
The course fee for the basic class is $20 per person unless otherwise stated.
To register for any of our classes or to help at events, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know you are planning on attending.
JOIN THE GREENE COUNTY TEAM!
After completing CERT basic training, you'll have the option to register with the Office of Emergency Management as an official CERT volunteer. As a registered member, your name will be added to a pool of core volunteers the OEM may call upon for assistance in a variety of roles during both disasters (ice storms, tornadoes, floods, etc.) or pre-planned events (fairs, parades, concerts, etc.). You will also be eligible for enhanced training in a variety of disaster preparedness & response courses we offer only to registered volunteers.
Registration is easy; all you need to do is fill out a volunteer application form and submit to a background check. By registering as a CERT member, you are agreeing to abide by the policies set forth in our standard operating guidelines (SOGs) while acting in an official CERT capacity. A copy of our volunteer registration form and background check procedures can be found below, along with a copy of our SOGs.
If you have any questions, please contact the CERT director at the Springfield-Greene County Office of Emergency Management by telephone at 417-869-6040 or by email at email@example.com.