During a disaster, The Salvation Army relies upon trained disaster workers to coordinate emergency relief operations and deliver fast, efficient services to disaster survivors. The current program includes more than 25 recognized courses. Some of the courses included within The Salvation Army’s disaster training curriculum have been developed by The Salvation Army and others through partner organizations.
Every disaster worker is required to being their disaster training career by taking the following courses:
- Introduction to The Salvation Army Emergency Disaster Services (covers the basic of being a Salvation Army disaster worker).
- The Salvation Army “Safe from Harm” (educates workers regarding the prevention of abuse or accidental injury).
- Medic First Aid BasicPlus (First Aid, CPR, and AED) is strongly encouraged because you never know who might need emergency help at a disaster site.
There are a variety of courses catered to the interest of a disaster worker. Some workers may be interested in food service while others may be more drawn to Emotional and Spiritual Care.
Please visit disaster.salvationarmyusa.org to register. Contact Jeff Lara at firstname.lastname@example.org or the Salvation Army where the course is being given with any questions .
Unless specified otherwise, all courses will take place at The Salvation Army Chesapeake Energy Center of Hope, 1001 N. Pennsylvania, Oklahoma City, OK 73107.