The Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) program is a nationally supported, locally implemented initiative that provides disaster preparedness education, emergency response training, and volunteer opportunities to the public. To learn more about CERT from a national perspective, visit www.fema.gov/cert (click on the link to access the site).
CERT Basic Training
The CERT Basic Training is a 20-hour base level course that teaches you how to prepare for and respond to emergencies and disasters so you can safely help yourself and those around you in times of crisis. A class may be delivered in one weekend or over the course of several weeks. There's no cost to attend, but you must be at least 19 years old. Once completed, additional training and volunteer opportunities are available for those interested.
Let us know that you're interested in attending the CERT Basic Training course by completing the following form, and we'll keep in touch with you about upcoming/future classes. ↪CERT Basic Training Interest Form (click on the link to access the form)
If you have any questions, feel free to contact the CERT Coordinator, Tandra Paulson, at (402) 593-5794 or firstname.lastname@example.org.