Disaster Training Opportunities Available to the Public
Recorded Tuesday, May 10, 2011
View Recorded Presentations
The following organizations presented on training opportunities available to the public. Each presentation ranges from 4-8 minutes long and the recordings are viewable below. Please note that it will take 20 seconds to load each webinar.
- Community Emergency Response Team
- Red Cross
- SkyWarn USAonWatch/ Neighborhood Watch
- Operation HOPE
- Fire Corps
- HandsOn Network
- ARRL/ National Association for Amateur Radio
- Meals on Wheels Association of America
- Volunteers in Police Service
- USAonWatch/Neighborhood Watch
In times of disaster, a trained and informed public is better prepared to protect themselves, their families, their workplace and their neighbors. This webinar will showcase several disaster training resources that are available in communities across the nation. FEMA recognizes that it takes a “whole community” approach to meet the needs of the public before, during and after a disaster. Learn how your community can train and educate its citizens to be better prepared and involved in your community’s disaster response and recovery efforts.
Join us for brief presentations by representatives from the American Red Cross, the Community Emergency Response Team program, ARRL National Association for Amateur Radio (Ham Radio operators), Meals on Wheels, Operation HOPE, HandsOn Network, Fire Corps, USAonWatch Neighborhood Watch program, Volunteers in Police Service, SkyWarn and more!
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This webinar will be approximately 1 hour and it is free and open to the public. You do not need to RSVP or have a login/username to gain access. You may join 5-10 minutes prior to the start.
How to view our webinars
The Community Preparedness Webinar Series is conducted via DHS's HSIN Connect system. You do not need to register in advance, nor do you need a HSIN account in order to view our webinars. Audio for this webinar will be broadcast within HSIN Connect; there will not be a concurrent, phone-based teleconference. Questions and answers will be moderated via text-based chat inside the webinar. In order to ensure that your computer is capable of viewing our webinars and webcasts, we highly recommend that you read the below documents and perform the compatibility test prior to the start of the event. In addition, please ensure your computer's speakers are working prior to the webinar. If for any reason you have trouble accessing the system, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Additional information about this webinar
This webinar is free to the public and will accommodate the first 500 visitors that enter the site. This webinar will last approximately one hour. In addition to airing live, the webinar will be recorded and viewable at a later date and linked from this web page. The live webinar will offer Closed Captioning and a transcript of the webinar will be posted with the recorded version of the webinar.