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St. Lucie Public Safety Offers Volunteer Management Training for Disasters July 26

Post Date:07/14/2017 7:29 AM

St. Lucie County’s Public Safety Department, in collaboration with SAFER St. Lucie and Volunteer Florida, will offer a free workshop focused on the Management of Spontaneous Volunteers in Disasters (G489) on Wednesday, July 26 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Douglas M. Anderson Emergency Operations Center.

This course is designed to identify those issues and challenges in the management of spontaneous volunteers, including how to manage these volunteers; develop a plan for your community and how to utilize and operate a Volunteer Reception Center (VRC). Ideal for local non-profits and community/faith-based organizations, this course will also discuss the best practices for managing volunteers.

Pre-registration is required before July 21. To register visit: https://trac.floridadisaster.org/TRAC/EventDetailPublic.aspx?ID=3065&mode=ModeEdit&LookupName=eventsearchpu blic.

The Douglas M. Anderson Emergency Operations Center is located at 15305 W. Midway Road. For questions or additional information contact St. Lucie County Education and Disaster Specialist Bob Worcester at 772-462-8222 or WorcesterR@stlucieco.org.

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