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For those curious about the CERT
we have created this list of frequently
asked questions to help you decide
whether volunteering to become a CERT
member is right for you!
What is CERT?
The Community Emergency
Response Team (CERT) program
educates volunteers about disaster
preparedness for the hazards that
may impact their area and trains
them in basic disaster response
skills, such as fire safety, light
search and rescue, team
organization, and disaster medical
Would I have to respond
You would never be an
CERT training does tell
you what to do if you
happen upon an accident
or other emergency and
it will take some time for
first responders to arrive.
Who can take the training?
We welcome all adults,
no matter your age!
What about teens?
There is a Teen CERT training
program available based
Why take CERT training?
Local businesses and
governments can prepare
for emergencies, they can
be overwhelmed by larger
scale events. CERT training
gives you the skills,
abilities, and organization
to take care of you, your
family, and your neighbors
while you wait for help!
How do I sign up for
CERT training in
Camden County, MO?
You can reach the
Eric Hoover at
Or the Assistant Director
and find us on FB
Does the coordinator teach all parts of the class?
No, we have professionals teach their area of expertise and the coordinator teaches the introduction, CERT
organization, and any other parts necessary. Existing members of the team will also help, serving as "victims"
Flyer created by: Camden CO MO CERT
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