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training schedule

disaster relief

DISASTER RELIEF HOME

VOLUNTEER RESOURCES

levels of training

phase 1

  • Required for all disaster relief volunteers.
  • Introduction to Southern Baptists of Texas Disaster Relief and phase one selected ministry area.
  • Basic Manual in selected ministry area (clean-up and recovery, communications, assessments, chaplaincy, childcare or feeding).
  • Training in selected ministry area.
  • Yellow Hat is awarded for the completion of Phase I Training.
  • All disaster relief volunteers must be re-certified every three years.

phase 2 (team leader training)

  • Must have completed Phase I in selected ministry area.
  • Must have completed Chain Saw School for Clean-up and Recovery.
  • CPR and Basic First Aid (can be received from American Red Cross, or American Heart Association, or other nationally recognized provider of this specialized training).
  • Advanced Manual in selected ministry area.
  • Must be recommended by Disater Relief unit leadership

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Intro to DR & Phase 1 Training (Spring)

SBTC Disaster Relief Phase 1 Training is for individuals who desire to be the hands and feet of Christ after a disaster strikes. SBTC Disaster Relief meets real needs and...

Intro to DR & Phase 1 Training (Linden)

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SBTC Disaster Relief Phase 1 Training is for individuals who desire to be the hands and feet of Christ after a disaster strikes. SBTC Disaster Relief meets real needs and...

 

online intro to disaster relief training

If you are unable to attend the Intro to DR training sessions in person that we offer throughout the year, online training is available. Upon completion of the online Disaster Relief training, you must submit your required documents.

Once you have completed the Intro to Disaster Relief Training (either live or online), you may take advantage of our Phase 1 training options which are not offered online (see below for the schedule).

ONLINE INTRO TO DRSUBMIT DOCUMENTS ONLINE

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