Galveston County Youth Preparedness Conference 2019
This is a week long Youth Preparedness Conference that will train the High School age students in emergency preparedness curriculum courses. The included course material shall be a full Teen CERT Academy, an Advanced First Aid Course, a Stop the Bleed Course, an American Heart Association Heart Saver/ AED course, as well as other topics in emergency preparedness.
The students will also hear from leaders in the community in emergency response such as elected officials, emergency managers, Law enforcement officers, Fire Department leaders, and EMS leaders to educate the students in new career fields and potential career opportunities.
The class times will be from 8 am till 4 pm each day, Monday (June 17th) through Friday (June 21st), and then from 9 am till 4 pm on Saturday (June 22nd). In order to graduate, all dates will have to be attended since some courses are taught in sessions on several dates. If class time may be missed on a certain date, the student can make arrangements ahead of time with the Administrator to determine if the time can be made up.
We are hoping to provide meals at lunch and drinks during the day for all participants.
More information will be forthcoming as it is developed.
Please complete the information on the survey to register for the Youth Conference, please double check your entries before clicking on the submit button.
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Would you be willing to teach emergency preparedness to younger students? You would be given a train the trainer course in the material. *
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