Emergency Preparedness Training
In partnership with Rebuild Texas, the Center staff developed Emergency Preparedness Training courses available to foster parents and child welfare professionals seeking to further their education and earn CEU credits. Participants who attend the training learn tips on how to prepare their families and communities for natural disasters, lessons learned from survivors of Hurricane Harvey, and how to develop internal resilience to combat compassion fatigue. Please visit our online learning center to take the course. Certificates are automatically submitted with course completion.
Sign up now to learn what you can do to keep your family safe during the five most common natural disasters in Texas! This course includes expert information about how to build an emergency evacuation kit, tips on how CPS and foster families can communicate in emergencies, and how to recognize successes and challenges in trying times.
Sign up now to learn how to prepare and respond to the five most common natural disasters in Texas! This course provides insights into lessons learned from Hurricane Harvey, an overview of FEMA’s National Preparedness Goal, and a look at DFPS’ Emergency Preparedness Guidelines.