San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Full NERT Training: Are you new to the NERT program?
The full NERT training consists of six class sessions that are approximately three hours each. NERT Training is free to anyone who lives or works in San Francisco.
Note: It is important for new participants to attend all sessions to gain the full benefit of the training.
- Enrollment must begin by the 2nd class session to participate.
- A certificate may be issued to new graduates at Class 6.
- Make-up classes must be completed within 6 months of beginning NERT training.
- To make up a class do not select a ticket. Contact the NERT Office at email@example.com or 415-970-2022; let us know the date, time, class number, and original class.
- If you are recertifying within 3 years of expiration, click here to enroll: http://bit.ly/1heHudC If you have been expired for more than three years, you must re-take the full course.
- IF YOU HAVE PREVIOUSLY TAKEN AND GRADUATED FROM NERT TRAINING AND YOU ARE RE-TAKING THE FULL COURSE, PLEASE INDICATE THIS AT SIGN-IN ON THE FIRST NIGHT OF TRAINING.
Full NERT Training Course Outline:
Class Session #1 - Wed. July 16, 6:30-10:00PM
Earthquake Awareness, Preparedness, and Hazard Mitigation
Class Session #2 - Wed. July 23, 6:30-10:00PM
Types of Fire, Hazardous Materials/Terrorism Awareness, Utility Shut-off
Class Session #3 - Wed. July 30, 6:30-9:30PM
Class Session #4 - Wed. August 6, 6:30-10:00PM
Light Search and Rescue
Class Session # 5 - Wed. August 13, 6:30-9:30PM
Emergency Team Organization & Disaster Psychology
Class Session # 6 - Wed. August 20, 6:30-10:00PM
Hands-On Skills Application, Course Review, and Graduation
When & Where
SFFD Neighborhood Emergency Response Team (NERT)
NERT is a community based training program dedicated to a neighbor-helping-neighbor approach. It is beneficial for individuals, neighborhood groups and community-based organizations in San Francisco. Through this program, individuals will learn the basics of personal preparedness and prevention. The training also includes hands-on disaster skills that will help individuals respond to a personal emergency as well as act as members of a neighborhood response team.
A typical NERT volunteer is not one type. The NERT volunteer is anyone who is active and involved in the community--or wants to be. San Francisco is made up of many neighborhoods. We are training to be one ready community when it counts. The Emergency Response is key but the Neighborhood Team comes first.