365 Things To Do In Costa Mesa – Get CERT – Day 188

CERT

Did you know that you can actually learn how to protect yourself and your family and friends in the event of an emergency for free through the City of Costa Mesa? CERT stands for Costa Mesa Emergency Response Team. Be prepared if there is ever an emergency, flood, earthquake or some other catastophe. By taking the class you do not need to join the team but you can be much more ready should the occassion arise.

Basic CERT

The next class is January 21-23, 2011. You will learn about:

-Earthquake awareness & prep

-Disaster fire suppression techniques

-Disaster Medical Operations – Session I & II

-Team Organization & Management

-Light Search & Rescue

-Community Prep & Homelsnd Security

-Disaster Simulation

-AT THE END OF THE CLASS THERE WILL EVEN BE A GRADUATION!

Details:

Friday-Sunday, January 21, 22, & 23, 2011.

Friday 6-10 pm and weekend days 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

CONTACT THE CERT COORDINATOR AT (714) 327-7406 OR EMAIL certcoordinator at costamesacert.org

Feel free to suggest other ideas for the blog below and make sure to join the Facebook page for frequent contests http://www.Facebook.com/365thingstodoincostamesa

About hollyschwartzoc

Real estate enthusiast who formerly producered TV shows for HGTV like House Hunters, House Hunters International, and My House is Worth What? Currently provides social media services for Orange County real estate company Torelli Realty and provides home staging and design consultations for clients.
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