Disaster First Aid- For members of
PC NET and
Map Your Neighborhood
Disaster First Aid- For members Neighborhood Preparedness Teams Learn skills and get hands-on experience in how to perform immediate triage, and use disaster first aid following an event. A First Aid Certificate is awarded, no CPR training is provided unless indicated at registration. It is recommended to take CPR before this class. Contact your local fire district for CPR courses.
All Disaster First Aid classes are on Saturday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. We may be able to provide a course for a single PC NET Neighborhood or Map Your Neighborhood if 16 people commit to the course.
April 13, Saturday: Key Peninsula Fire Station 46 - Lakebay
May 4, Saturday: Our Savior Lutheran Church, 4519 112th St. E, Tacoma
August 3, Saturday: Pierce County Emergency Operations Center
October 19, Saturday: Chapel Hill Presbyterian,Gig Harbor
Psychological First Aid - New curriculum! All residents are welcome!
People's reactions to crisis vary. Learn which reactions are harmful and how some are actually beneficial. Take away some important tools you can use to connect with affected people and provide immediate emotional support following an emergency.
May 22,Wednesday, 6-8: p.m., 18421 Veterans Memorial Drive E. Bonney Lake, WA
June 6, Thursday, 6-8 p.m., 8911 Key Peninsula Hwy NW, Key Center, WA
September 5, Thursday, 9:30 - Noon, 2501 South 35th st, Suite D, Tacoma WA. Pierce County, PC Emergency Operation Center tour included.
If interested in having this class in your c ommunity email firstname.lastname@example.org The course is taught by experienced crisis chaplains, it is a non religious course. The reviews from the course are regularly positive!
Does your club, organization, team, PTA, have plans in the event of a mild or serious disaster? Your organization may need your support, you will only be able to be available if you have your personal preparedness in place. Set a speaker for your next meeting!
Understand the basics of using radio communications in a disaster and get hands-on practice with others in the group. This is a great way to get comfortable using the “walkie-talkie” style of communication in a disaster. Information on how to get a HAM license is included. Time: 6:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Walkie-talkie classes are available upon request from neighborhoods with emergency teams with PC NET or Map Your Neighborhood. Request a call or email .