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Salvation Army Basic Disaster Courses

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Salvation Army Basic Disaster Training Courses

 

Salvation Army basic courses are designed for new disaster workers. These courses focus on the essentials of disaster work and provide a broad overview of the role of The Salvation Army in an emergency.

Introduction to The Salvation Army Emergency Disaster Services

This course is designed for new disaster workers who have limited disaster experience and who have just begun their association with The Salvation Army's emergency disaster services program. The course provides participants with an overview of The Salvation Army's mission and its role within disaster work. Participants will also be taught how to prepare and equip themselves for a disaster deployment.

Who Should Take This Course: All new disaster workers

Prerequisites: None

Duration: 4.0 hours

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Disaster Food Service: Handling & Delivery

The cornerstone of The Salvation Army's disaster program is mass feeding. This course prepares participants to serve on a Salvation Army mobile kitchen and introduces them to the essentials of safe and sanitary food preparation. This course incorporates ServSafe® food safety standards.

Who Should Take This Course: Any disaster worker wanting to serve in mass feeding

Prerequisites: Introduction to The Salvation Army Emergency Disaster Services

Duration: 8.0 hours

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Introduction to Emergency Assistance

This course is designed to train disaster workers and social workers to serve as caseworkers during a disaster relief operation. Participants will learn practical skills such as interviewing clients, filing forms and determining eligibility based upon The Salvation Army standards and also how to set up a client-centered assistance program.

Who Should Take This Course: Disaster workers and social workers interested in disaster casework services

Prerequisites: Introduction to The Salvation Army Emergency Disaster Services

Duration: 4.0 hours

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Preparing Your Congregation for Disaster

Designed for Christian faith leaders, this course is designed for churches and other faith organizations looking to start a disaster preparedness and response program. The course reviews key concepts in emergency management. It also looks examines the responsibility of faith organizations in preparing their members and facilities for an emergency and how to effectively develop a disaster response plan to serve others.

Who Should Take This Course: Faith-leaders interested in better preparing their church and congregation for a disaster

Prerequisites: None

Duration: 8.0 hours

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