Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) is a training program designed to prepare a community for a major disaster. CERT is a positive and realistic approach to emergency and disaster situations where citizens will be initially on their own and their actions can make a difference.
Located in Conference Room #2, of Cape Girardeau County Public Health Center, 1121
Linden, Cape Girardeau, MO.
Please Register at the bottom of this page or call -573-986-6879
For additional information/questions - Please contact: 573-339-6799 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Location will be at Cape Girardeau Fire Department Training Facility
1 S Sprigg
Cape Girardeau, MO
20-hour CERT Training Program
CERT Refresher Course
When was the last time you practiced your CERT skills? If severe weather struck, would you be prepared?
The winters of 2008 and 2009 brought paralyzing ice storms to regions of Missouri. In February 2008, we experienced a round of severe thunderstorms in Southeast Missouri – and in March 2008 we saw several severe thunderstorms and tornadoes. The cities of Crosstown, Caruthersville, and Jackson, Missouri have been struck by tornadoes in recent times leaving behind a grim reminder of how devastating these twisters can be.
Our CERT Refresher program will cover:
As part of this program, your picture will be taken and new CERT Picture ID Cards will be issued.
CERT Refresher classes will be scheduled as needed.
Restrictions: You must be at least 18 years of age to participate in this training program.
Cost: No charge
Required Dress/Equipment List: Wear comfortable clothing and sturdy shoes to accommodate the weather. If available, bring your personal response pack. Click here for the recommended CERT equipment and supplies list.
Are You Prepared? Be CERTain with CERT!
If you have not been to a CERT Refresher within the last two (2) years, the time is now!
If you're interested in scheduling a CERT Refresher Course, please contact Jim Watkins
at (573) 339-6799 ext. 2.
The following agencies are presenting this training course as a community service: