Disaster Preparedness and Survival

PER334 – 12.00 Hours

Schedule

Details Buttons Dates Location Class Price Register Buttons
07/24/24 – 07/25/24 Henderson, NV FP PER334 259 Register
07/27/24 – 07/28/24 Cloverdale, CA FP PER334 241 Register
08/03/24 – 08/04/24 Lampasas, TX FP PER334 253 Register
08/09/24 – 08/10/24 Wasilla, AK FP PER334 275 Register
08/12/24 – 08/13/24 Anchorage, AK FP PER334 271 Register
08/12/24 – 08/13/24 Anchorage, AK FP PER334 272 Register
08/16/24 – 08/17/24 Pensacola, FL FP PER334 249 Register
08/23/24 – 08/24/24 Redwood City, CA FP PER334 254 Register
08/31/24 – 09/01/24 Hempstead, TX FP PER334 258 Register
09/20/24 – 09/21/24 Hamilton, OH FP PER334 248 Register
09/28/24 – 09/29/24 Marysville, WA FP PER334 244 Register
10/05/24 – 10/06/24 Snohomish, WA FP PER334 245 Register
10/18/24 – 10/19/24 Williamstown, NJ FP PER334 255 Register
10/25/24 – 10/26/24 Fort Lauderdale, FL FP PER334 243 Register
11/02/24 – 11/03/24 Los Alamos, NM FP PER334 256 Register
11/07/24 – 11/08/24 Orange Beach, AL FP PER334 260 Register
11/08/24 – 11/09/24 Wheaton, IL FP PER334 251 Register
01/10/25 – 01/11/25 Safford, AZ FP PER334 276 Register
01/15/25 – 01/16/25 Phoenix, AZ FP PER334 277 Register
02/05/25 – 02/06/25 Surprise, AZ FP PER334 278 Register
02/28/25 – 03/01/25 Manheim, PA FP PER334 269 Register
03/14/25 – 03/15/25 Highland Heights, KY FP PER334 264 Register
06/13/25 – 06/14/25 Laramie, WY FP PER334 274 Register

This schedule is subject to change without notice. If you have not received confirmation of the class prior to the class start, please contact the division at (866) 878-8900 or [email protected] to get the latest schedule.

Course Description

The Disaster Preparedness and Survival course is designed to prepare individuals and families how to prepare for, survive, and recover from a disaster.  When facing a disaster our choice often comes down to stay at home or evacuate.  In this course participants will learn the logic behind the decision to evacuate or shelter in place and what to do once they make it. This course follows a “me, we, they” approach to prepare participants to care for themselves, their families, and their communities before, during, and after a disaster. Through a combination of facilitated discussions and hands-on activities based on real-life scenarios, the instructors will demonstrate how planning, preparedness, and responsible actions may increase the chances of both surviving a disaster and recovering from it more quickly.

Prerequisites

There are no prerequisites for this course.

Course Completion Requirements

  • Must attend 80% of the course
  • Must pass a post test with a score of 70%
  • Parental consent form if under 18 years of age

Participants Must Provide

  • a photo identification on the first day of class. See the Participant Handbook for approved forms of identification and additional guidelines.

Course Attire

Please wear weather appropriate, comfortable clothing and footwear for inside and outside activities.  Shoes must be closed toed (no sandals, flip flops, etc.).  You will not need any specialized personal protective equipment for this class.

Physical Requirements

Walking and moving

Attendance Requirements

Class attendance is an essential part of the education process and participants in TEEX courses are expected to attend all class sessions and field exercises. This course requires participants to attend a minimum of 80% of the class hours as a component of successful course completion. During the course, your instructor will review any additional attendance requirements, for example a field exercise that cannot be missed

Course Attire

Please wear weather appropriate, comfortable clothing and footwear for inside and outside activities. You will not need any specialized personal protective equipment for this class.

Physical Requirements

Walking and moving

Upon successful completion, you will be able to:

  • Describe the elements involved in disaster preparation.
  • Explain how to survive various disasters, perform self-rescue, choose whether to shelter in-place or evacuate, and report status.
  • Demonstrate how to search for, rescue, and care for others safely and effectively.
  • Articulate the steps to take following a disaster to initiate the recovery process.
  • Select a disaster survival strategy.

Suggested Audience

The target audience encompasses the whole community approach, including, but not limited to:

  • Community Emergency Response Teams (CERT)
  • Religious and Community Organizations
  • Volunteer Fire Departments
  • Youth Organizations
  • Non-Governmental Organizations (NGO)
  • Families and individuals
  • Other Interested Members of the Community

Continuing Education And Professional Credits

  • State Board for Educator Certification (SBEC)/Texas Education Agency (TEA)

Government Programs

Contact Information

Bill Dozier

Training Manager
Phone: (979) 458-5626 | (979) 224-4958
Email: [email protected]

Payment Info

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