CERT class 2010Eastern Idaho Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) is dedicated to assisting others in their communities following a disaster. Team members are educated and trained in basic disaster response skills, such as fire safety, light search and rescue, team organization, and disaster medical operations.

CERT training is free and promotes a partnership between emergency services and the people they serve in their individual communities. CERT members can help those in their immediate area following an event when professional responders are not immediately available.

CERT members maintain and refine their skills by participating in exercises and activities. They can also volunteer for projects that improve community emergency preparedness.

Next CERT classes start...

     - Sept 14 in Ammon, ID
         6:30-9pm, every Wednesday, until November 2.

     - Sept. 22 in Rexburg, ID
         6:30-9pm, every Thursday, until November 10. 

Location will be provided upon registration.   

There will be a final certification mock skills assessment on Nov. 12, 9am-1pm. You must complete all classes and the final assessment to receive a certificate.  Anyone is welcome to come take any of the classes they wish.

To take the CERT Basic course it's easy...

First:  Sign up on the 
Copy/Paste this link if you can't click: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f0c4bada928a3f85-cert5

Second: Complete BOTH A and B of the following forms and bring them to the first day of class: 

After getting those forms and having registered (so we have your email address) you're all set.

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See CALENDAR below for upcoming training opportunities.

Click on a county below to find out more about each community’s program.