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Early Disaster Response Trainings (ERT)

Be prepared to respond to the next disaster. Early response training covers the basics of early disaster response, including roof tarping, cleaning out damaged homes, spiritual and emotional care, team protocols, and more. Click here for a description of what well-trained ERT teams look like. Click here for "Seven Important things to know about Disaster Spiritual and Emotional Care".

Proper credentials are required for individuals and teams responding in the first few days after a disaster. Participants who successfully complete this training will receive those credentials, including an ERT badge.  

Trainings are open to all people ages 18+. All participants must either have a background check done or bring proof of a background check from an employer or church.  

To schedule a training for your church, contact Amelia Fletcher at 251-978-8384.

Upcoming Disaster Early Response Team Trainings:
(Click on date for more information, including how to register)

Saturday, April 26, 2014, Covenant UMC, Dothan, beginning at 8am - ERT Recertification.

Saturday, May 31, 2014, Good News UMC, Santa Rosa Beach - Basic ERT Training

If your church would like to host an Early Response Team training, contact Amelia Fletcher at 251-968-2411.

 

The following conference trainers are both early response trainers and UMCOR badged

Amelia Fletcher, Baypines District*
251-968-2549

Chris Perry+, Marianna-Panama City District
850- 622-9191

Glenn Glover+, Montgomery-Opelika District
334- 821-7091

Michael Lawler*, Montgomery-Prattville District
334- 798-9913

Pat Shubird+, Baypines District
251 454-7988

Ron Baughman**, Demopolis District
251- 408-1426

Trip Todd, Dothan District
334-805-8878
 

*also trained for Connecting Neighbors
**also trained for Community Training
+ also trained for Chainsaw Training
 

 


For information about United Methodist Volunteers in Mission (UMVIM) Team Leader Trainings, click here. With this training, learn how leaders can effectively lead teams to areas near and far to be in mission to a hurting and broken world for Christ’s sake. This training is helpful for team leaders going to tornado disaster areas in Alabama (not early response), as well as mission teams traveling all across the world.

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