Community Emergency Planning (CEP) is a comprehensive 3-hour interactive online course to prepare individual community members for disasters. The course takes key emergency management and disaster preparedness concepts and delivers them in a fun, interactive, and easy-to-comprehend manner.
The course will teach you to:
- Perform a Risk Assessment
- Create an Emergency Action Plan
- Assemble a disaster kit
The course includes:
- Comprehensive Student Guide
- Emergency Action Plan Template
- Opportunity to ask questions and interact with instructors
The 8 Essentials are categories of supplies and equipment that care for critical human needs during a disaster.
The Minimum Survival Standard (MSS) outlines the basic supplies and equipment you need to keep in a go-bag or shelter-in-place kit to sustain one individual. These standards are based on thorough research and guidance from industry leaders such as FEMA.
Important Class Information:
This is a hybrid class. You can attend in person or virtually.
Time & Location
Spencer Rd Library
427 Spencer Rd, St Peters, MO 63376
Time: 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM CST
Virtual access will be held via Zoom. Prior to attending virtually, please download the free Zoom software here. The Zoom access link will be provided via email 24 hours prior to the class.
After registering, you will receive an email to download the student guide and emergency action plan template. Please have these materials accessible during class. You will also be required to take a pre-test and a survey.
Cancellation: You have up to 48 hours prior to the course start to cancel and receive a refund. Cancelations made less than 48 hours to course start or no-shows, will not be eligible for a refund.