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Available Classes


The Center for Community Resilience Education and Training has the current curriculum available. Please contact us to schedule a training class.

For a schedule of upcoming classes, please go to the Current Classes page.

Current Available Classes

Making a Preparedness Plan
Emergency Water Treatment and Storage
Disaster Preparedness Food Storage
Go Bags and Evacuation Kits
Building an Emergency Medical Kit
Preparedness for Families with Children
Home Security Essentials
Common Preparedness Pitfalls and Mistakes
Fire & Life Safety

Table Top Exercise
Length of Seminar – 4.5 hours (Half Day)

The table top exercise allows the attendee to subject their personal emergency plan into a mock disaster scenario without openly discussing or divulging any personal information. The table top is designed to expose omissions in their preparedness  plan and make suggestions on how to improve it.

Additional Courses Available by Request

EMP & CME Effects – Awareness / Preparedness
The long term effects of an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) or coronal mass ejection (CME) on the electrical power grid is a risk we cannot ignore. Whether through the actions of a terrorist group detonating a nuclear device in the upper atmosphere or due to a massive solar event, the large transformers needed to keep the electricity flowing are at risk from these events. Long-term power outages require a different level of preparedness.

Pandemic Awareness / Preparedness
In the spring of 2009, a novel strain of influenza, also known as swine flu, infected many people across the world. At the beginning of the pandemic, it was unknown how lethal the virus would be. Fortunately, the mortality rate was low, but we may not be so lucky the next time. This course brings awareness on how a pandemic can affect societal structures and the special preparations people will need for the next pandemic.

Nuclear and Radiological Event Preparedness
Radiological events include nuclear power plant accidents, radiological dispersion devices (AKA, “dirty bombs”), and nuclear detonations. Radiation adds a complex level of awareness not associated with other disasters. This course will outline what radiation is, how to cope in a radiation-induced environment, and the preparations needed for these special circumstances.

If you have any questions please contact us.