ON-LINE DISASTER SERVICES VOLUNTEER TRAINING
Are you interested in learning more about being an Emergency & Disaster Services Volunteer? Join us for this 4 Part Series which teaches how to interact with, and accommodate needs based on cultural and religious diversity during a disaster. This Webinar is a part 4 series and is intended to be taken as a unit. We encourage you to register for as many Parts of this Series as possible for maximum benefit.
With a rise in major natural disasters in recent years, people have an increased desire to help but few know how. We are hosting a series of training webinars to explain the role volunteer organizations play in a major disaster and to understand what it means to volunteer effectively during a disaster response. The trainings can be taken as standalone trainings or a series.
WHAT: WEBINAR TRAININGS:
4 PART SERIES: CULTURAL AND RELIGIOUS COMPETENCY, AND LITERACY IN DISASTER RESPONSE ENVIRONMENT
Faith-based and community organizations are key partners in creating a culture of disaster preparedeness. They offer a wide variety of resources that are invaluable during and after an incident. Join us to learn:
What is "religious and cultural literacy and competency in disaster management"?
How religious and cultural language differs from government culture and language?
What skills are needed to competently engage religious and cultural leaders and groups in the field?
The 6 steps in the “LEADER” process.
PART 1 - Thursday 3/4/21, 4pm - 5:30pm (Pacific)
PART 2 - Thursday 3/11/21, 4pm - 5:30pm (Pacific)
PART 3 - Thursday 3/18/21, 4pm - 5:30pm (Pacific)
PART 4 - Thursday 3/25/21, 4pm - 5:30pm (Pacific)
Anyone interested in learning more about becoming an Emergency & Disaster Services Volunteer.
This Webinar is a part 4 series and is intended to be taken as a unit. We encourage you to register for as many Parts of this Series as possible for maximum benefit.
Register by signing up for the "shift(s)" you wish to attend.
The webinars will be hosted via Zoom.
Participants must have access to a mobile device or computer and the internet.
Registered participants will be emailed a Zoom link prior to the training.
By completing this or any future trainings, you are not committing to being deployed during a disaster, nor is The Salvation Army implying that you will be deployed. The trainings are intended to both educate those interested in learning more about volunteering during a disaster, and equip volunteers so they are better prepared for deployment if the need or opportunity rises.
If you have any questions please email Golden State Division Volunteer Manager, Melissa Doppler, or call her at 415-553-3528.