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The CORE I course will be offered at Sudo Room on Thursday, Feb. 21st from 6:30-9:30pm.  
The [http://www2.oaklandnet.com/Government/o/OFD/s/CORE/index.htm CORE] I course will be offered at Sudo Room on Thursday, Feb. 21st from 6:30-9:30pm.  


The CORE I class teaches students how to prepare a family disaster plan, reduce common household hazards, create emergency supply kits, and respond to a number of possible emergencies, including earthquakes and fires.
The CORE I class teaches students how to prepare a family disaster plan, reduce common household hazards, create emergency supply kits, and respond to a number of possible emergencies, including earthquakes and fires.
From the [http://www2.oaklandnet.com/Government/o/OFD/s/CORE/index.htm website]:
:"CORE is a free training program for individuals, neighborhood groups and community-based organizations in Oakland. The underlying premise is that a major disaster will overwhelm first responders leaving many citizens on their own for the first seven to 10 days after the emergency.
:CORE teaches self-reliance skills and helps neighborhoods establish response teams to take care of the neighborhood until professional emergency personnel arrive."


This is the first in a series of three classes.  In the CORE II class, folks learn how to organize a neighborhood command post and create emergency response teams, (i.e. communications, damage assessment, hazard reduction/utilities, search and rescue, disaster first aid, shelter and special needs).
This is the first in a series of three classes.  In the CORE II class, folks learn how to organize a neighborhood command post and create emergency response teams, (i.e. communications, damage assessment, hazard reduction/utilities, search and rescue, disaster first aid, shelter and special needs).
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Latest revision as of 22:35, 17 February 2013

The CORE I course will be offered at Sudo Room on Thursday, Feb. 21st from 6:30-9:30pm.

The CORE I class teaches students how to prepare a family disaster plan, reduce common household hazards, create emergency supply kits, and respond to a number of possible emergencies, including earthquakes and fires.

From the website:

"CORE is a free training program for individuals, neighborhood groups and community-based organizations in Oakland. The underlying premise is that a major disaster will overwhelm first responders leaving many citizens on their own for the first seven to 10 days after the emergency.
CORE teaches self-reliance skills and helps neighborhoods establish response teams to take care of the neighborhood until professional emergency personnel arrive."

This is the first in a series of three classes. In the CORE II class, folks learn how to organize a neighborhood command post and create emergency response teams, (i.e. communications, damage assessment, hazard reduction/utilities, search and rescue, disaster first aid, shelter and special needs).

RSVP List

We need 15 confirmed attendees in order to proceed!

(Please use the Signature icon above to register for this course, or send an email to jenny [at] thepyre [dot] org!)

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