Training Day

Training on Your Schedule


Please  register for the class by October 20th


To become CERT trained all you have to do is complete the online Training IS-317: Introduction to CERTs https://www.citizencorps.gov/cert/IS317/ and watch 2 videos, answers some question sheets, and attend CERT Skills Days on March 5, 2016

 

CERT Training is usually a 20-24 hour course held 2 Saturdays or for 7 evenings. To make it more accessible for people to become CERT trained, Stansbury Park CERT has set up an online portion and a ” hands on” day for the things that you need to do to become CERT trained.


 

CERT Skills Training Day with a Disaster Simulation
 

Who: Anyone 14 and over (with parent’s permission) who wants to become CERT trained for their family and community

When: October 29th        

Time: Sat 7:00 am -5 pm (bring your own lunch and water and snacks)

Where:  Stansbury High School                          

Cost: $45.00 (Includes CERT Protective Equipment and supplies for the class)

 

What you need to do:

·   You need to give yourself time to take the course before the training day. This CANNOT be done the night before. You need to give yourself at least 9 hours in all to get the online parts done this can be done in little sections at a time, but it needs to all be done.

 
·   Complete the Introduction to CERT course IS 317 on the internet. This is imperative. You must complete the online part before you take the Hands On Training part.  Be sure to print your certificate when you have completed the training.  https://training.fema.gov/is/courseoverview.aspx?code=is-317

·   Print the question sheets from www.stansburyparkcert.com. Link located below
 
·   Watch two video presentations from the National CERT website/ CERT in Action (19:13) and CERT Training: Disaster Psychology (43:14) answer the questions on the sheet printed earlier  Go to Youtube and look up "CERT in Action - a fierce Storm" and "CERT Disaster Psychology". Links are below.  

·   Print and complete the Personal and Family Preparedness sheet. Link located below
 
·  You must pay for the course by registering on Eventbrite where you may pay online (if you cannot pay online please contact Robin at robin.stansburyparkcert@gmail.com)
Here is the URL to register and pay
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cert-training-day-tickets-27019496040
There is a surcharge to pay through eventbrite of  $3.47. But if you don't want to pay that then you must register with Robin by Oct 20th in person

You must bring your registration form and payment to Robin Frederickson by October 20th if you pay by cash or check to hold your place in the class.
 You may pay by either cash or check. (Please make the checks out to Stansbury Park CERT.)
 
·   Participate in the training on the 29th. This is the hands on CERT activities and skills including participation in the disaster simulation . (It will be a very full, fun day on Saturday).
 
·   Bring your certificate from the online course,  Application and Waiver Form,  Videos question sheet,  the Volunteer Code of Conduct form, and Personal and Family Preparedness Sheet  receipt from Eventbrite on Saturday morning
 
·   Wear sturdy, comfortable clothing that can get dirty and sturdy shoes to the Skills Day on Saturday. (No shorts, sandals, flip flops, or hanging jewelry)

At the end of the skills day you will be CERT trained!

 

Training Websites:
 
https://training.fema.gov/is/courseoverview.aspx?code=is-317  - Introduction to CERT course IS 317
 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KwV3e1XfIF0  – CERT in Action (19:13) 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zpfdujyk3eA - CERT Training: Disaster Psychology (43:14)

 
www.stansburyparkcert.com.  Question sheet,  Volunteer Code of Conduct, and Application and Waiver Form, and Personal and Family Preparedness sheet links below


Registration and Payment Website:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cert-training-day-tickets-27019496040
There is a surcharge to pay through eventbrite of  $3.47. But if you don't want to pay that then you must register with Robin by October 29th in person
 


For questions talk to your Emergency Preparedness Coordinator or e-mail Robin @ robin.stansburyparkcert@gmail.com


                                                                              

 

Sessions: “Hands On” Classes Taught

 

·      Fire Suppression – PASS, Practice putting out fires

·      Medical Operations 1 –  Treat for 3 killers-Not Breathing, Excessive Bleeding, Shock, Head Tilt Chin Lift, Triage, Head to toe Assessment, Special Considerations for Head and neck injuries,

·      Medical Operations 2 – Bandaging, Impalements, Burns, Splinting, Setting up a Treatment Site

·      S&R – Size Up, Triangulation, and Searching left to right, Marking the Door, Extrication, Cribbing exercise

·      CERT Org and Disaster Psychology – ICS, Documentation, Local Org, Briefing, Post Debriefing, Believe Video, Children, Death, What to say and What not to say

·      Review and Disaster Simulation – We will work through the simulation at least 2 times.

·     Discussion and Clean up – Everyone will be asked to help clean up
·     Certificates
 
 

Attendees of CERT Skills Day Need :

Other Useful Supplies to acquire after training

·      CERT Protective Equipment (Pick up at Skills Day)

·      Duct Tape

·      Notepad and Pencil/Pen

·      Triage Tape

·      Black Marker

·      Splinting materials

·      Headlamp

·      Protective Gloves (Vinyl)

·      Sturdy Clothes

·      Scissors

·      Sturdy Shoes

·      Blankets

 

·      First Aid Supplies

 

      Roller Gauze             Triangle Bandages

 

      Sterile Gauze Pads    Bandage Tape

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