CADRE Workshops

CADRE hosts training workshops on a monthly or quarterly basis (dependent upon funding) focusing on various aspects of emergency planning and disaster preparedness.

For 2018, CADRE will be hosting the following events:

CADRE Workshops for Local Government – A series of workshops for local government staff assigned to their jurisdiction’s Emergency Operations Center (EOC).  Each workshop will focus on specific aspects of “whole community” planning and coordination with the CADRE Network.

For more information and to register click on the link below:

CADRE Workshop #2 for Local Government – February 27, 2018 on CADRE Activation and Operations

CADRE Workshop #1 for Local Government – January 30, 2018 on Meeting Human Needs in a Disaster: An Introductory Workshop on CADRE and Local Government Coordination

 

CADRE Executive Briefings for Local Government – Three identical sessions to be held throughout the County.  Designed for elected officials, city managers and executives tasked with key responsibilities in local government Emergency Operations Centers (EOCs).

For more details and to register click on the link below:

CADRE Executive Briefings on Top 10 Things to Know About CADRE for Local Government

Choose to attend on one the following dates:  January 16, 2018 in Morgan Hill; January 25, 2018 in San Jose; or February 8, 2018 in Palo Alto.

 

 

 

CADRE recruits and utilizes speakers from Community Based Organizations, Faith Based Organizations, as well as government Emergency Managers. Workshops can benefit both beginning and advanced level participants. CADRE’s workshops help members prepare their organization’s staff and volunteers, testing and exercising their agency plan and networking with local community organizations in Santa Clara County.

 

 

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This publication is supported by Award No. 2010-0006, awarded by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Office of Grants and Training ( G&T). The opinions, findings and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this publication/program/exhibition are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of Homeland Security.