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Disaster Relief Training


  • Life Pacific College 1100 W Covina Blvd San Dimas, CA, 91773 United States (map)

TRAINING VENUE:
Life Pacific College
1100 Covina Blvd
San Dimas, CA

Foursquare Disaster Relief is hosting a Disaster Relief Training at Life Pacific College in San Dimas, California, for all Foursquare ministers and Foursquare church members on October 24-25, 2014. For both days, training will begin at 8:00am and conclude at 5:00pm.

Foursquare Disaster Relief (FDR), in partnership with the Foursquare Districts and local Foursquare churches, is offering this 16-hour course on Disaster Relief Training, which will help to qualify Foursquare pastors, ministers, and church members to become first responders in disaster or crisis situations (local, regional, national). The cost for this training is typically $200.00, but Foursquare Chaplains is offering this training at a discounted price of $70.00.

To qualify to be let through the “gate” by FEMA, this Disaster Relief Training is required. Attendees will walk away from the two-day training with the ability to know their role in crisis response, how to minister, how to stay out of the incident, how to help in organizing in the midst of chaos, who the other agencies are and how to operate within them, and be certified to be that first responder. Additionally, they would become a part of a more mature, better trained, fruitful, involved and relevant group of leaders.

Licensed Foursquare pastors receiving this initial 16-hour training will be certified as a “Disaster Relief Chaplain”. Non-licensed Foursquare leaders and Foursquare Church members will qualify as a “Disaster Relief Associate”.

PLEASE NOTE that you will need to bring a digital or paper copy of the material to the training — a paper copy will not be provided upon your arrival at the training.

Register or find out more information here.

Have questions? Call the DRT team at (213) 989-4335.

Earlier Event: October 11
Ordination Service
Later Event: October 24
Fall Hispanic Regional Conference 2014