CERT POD Class—Feb 18 in Lenoir

This is a great opportunity for Caldwell County CERT volunteers to be trained on how to assist at a Point of Distribution (POD) Operations Center in the event of a serious emergency. POD centers are deployed to distribute life-sustaining food, water, and supplies when normal channels of distribution are unavailable. Here is a FEMA video that describes the basic operations of a POD.

To register for this free class, go to the TERMS website.

Please note that the FEMA course, IS 26, “Guide to Points of Distribution”, is a required prerequisite to taking this class. You may take this class online at the FEMA training website.

Questions should be directed to the North Carolina CERT Program Manager, Samantha Royster:

Office: 919-825-2288

Mobile: 919-906-4941

samantha.royster@ncdps.gov

Course Point of Distribution Site (POD) Operations (NC-POD02)
Description This course is designed to introduce students to the processes of setting up, operating, managing, and demobilizing a point of distribution (POD).
Date(s) Sat. Feb 18, 2017 12:00 – 5:00pm
Location Caldwell County EOC / Training Facility
2345 Morganton Blvd., Lenoir NC 28645
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Handicap Accessibility Yes WiFi Access  
Offered By North Carolina Division of Emergency Management
Primary Instructor Higginbotham, Aaron Scott
Additional Instructors Royster, Samantha
Course Length 4 hours CEUs  
Prerequisites IS-26, Assigned County Role
Maximum Participants 40 # Open Seats 34 # on Wait List 1
Offering Specific Information This course is particularly for CERT volunteers, but anyone is welcome. Participants must complete the online FEMA class IS-26 prior to coming to this class.

 

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