Emergency Preparedness Training Course

About this Certified Training Course

NAHC’s Emergency Preparedness Training is a two-hour course designed to educate board members and others on how to prepare for a housing cooperative disaster.  The training will prepare your Cooperative for emergencies like national, technological, human-made, or medical disasters.

The seminar will teach you the proactive tools you will need to help your cooperative community survive during an emergency.

The seminar will also show you how to work with your members during a disaster. You’ll learn ways to develop and implement emergency protocols to prepare your community for anything. By the end of the course, you’ll have the knowledge you need to become better prepared to handle an emergency in your own community.  

 The Seminar Covers Five Proactive Steps

  • How to make an emergency plan
  • Draft emergency action plans 
  • Execute an emergency drill 
  • Get trained
  • Become a volunteer

The cost of the course is $400.00 per NAHC Members for up to ten (10) participants, which includes materials and speaker honorarium, or $500.00 for non-members. (You may have additional participants for $50.00 each.) Please note: The instructor’s transportation, meals and lodging are paid directly by the cooperative to NAHC, not the instructor.

Management staff, housing cooperative board members, shareholders and others interested in cooperative emergency preparedness should attend the training course. More than one cooperative may joint venture if operated in the same market to sponsor a course.

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Emergency Preparedness Training Course

About this Certified Training Course

NAHC’s Emergency Preparedness Training is a two-hour course designed to educate board members and others on how to prepare for a housing cooperative disaster.  The training will prepare your Cooperative for emergencies like national, technological, human-made, or medical disasters.

The seminar will teach you the proactive tools you will need to help your cooperative community survive during an emergency.

The seminar will also show you how to work with your members during a disaster. You’ll learn ways to develop and implement emergency protocols to prepare your community for anything. By the end of the course, you’ll have the knowledge you need to become better prepared to handle an emergency in your own community.  

 The Seminar Covers Five Proactive Steps

  • How to make an emergency plan
  • Draft emergency action plans 
  • Execute an emergency drill 
  • Get trained
  • Become a volunteer

The cost of the course is $400.00 per NAHC Members for up to ten (10) participants, which includes materials and speaker honorarium, or $500.00 for non-members. (You may have additional participants for $50.00 each.) Please note: The instructor’s transportation, meals and lodging are paid directly by the cooperative to NAHC, not the instructor.

Management staff, housing cooperative board members, shareholders and others interested in cooperative emergency preparedness should attend the training course. More than one cooperative may joint venture if operated in the same market to sponsor a course.