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Trainings

Citizens’ Disaster Response Center’s (CDRC) disaster preparedness and mitigation services integrate capability-building activities that range from disaster management to organizational management trainings, workshops, and planning sessions. Below are the educational services offered by CDRC and described according to their objectives, content, and methods.
1. Community-Based Disaster Management Training (CBDM)
The Philippines is a disaster-prone country and therefore needs stronger, disaster-resilient communities. With this rationale, CBDM was developed to build disaster resiliency with great emphasis on participation of the mostly affected sectors. It is a ladderized training composed of four (4) subsequent topics and is usually done in three to four (3-4) days.

Citizens’ Disaster Response Center’s (CDRC) disaster preparedness and mitigation services integrate capability-building activities that range from disaster management to organizational management trainings, workshops, and planning sessions. Below are the educational services offered by CDRC.

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1. Community-Based Disaster Management Training (CBDM)

The Philippines is a disaster-prone country and therefore needs stronger, disaster-resilient communities. With this rationale, CBDM was developed to build disaster resiliency with great emphasis on participation of the mostly affected sectors. It is a ladderized training composed of four (4) subsequent topics and is usually done in three to four (3-4) days.

2. Evacuation Center Management

Evacuees are the end-users and primary actors in ensuring their survival, safety & protection, human dignity, and the continuance of family and community life. This is usually done in two (2) days.

3. Disaster Management Orientation for Volunteers

DMO for volunteers focuses on the role of the less vulnerable sectors in disaster response. It is a daylong orientation and aims to create a volunteer pool that may assist CDRC and its communities.

4. Earthquake Preparedness Orientation for Schools

In line with the earthquake preparedness project, the goal of this orientation is to develop earthquake awareness and preparedness in the academes, develop a school disaster preparedness team, and conduct an earthquake drill. It is a half-day orientation.

5. Fire Preparedness Orientation

This is a short orientation on the sources of fire and the basic safety precautions before, during, and after a fire.

6. Disaster Monitoring & Information System Training

DMIS looks into the gathering, analyzing, and utilizing of disaster-related data in disaster management. Two-day training highlights women and child focus in creating the information system.

7.  Community-Based Disaster Management Trainers’ Training (CBDM-TOT)

Trainers’ Training for future CBDM instructors.

8. Early Warning System

9. Disaster Preparedness Training

For training inquiries and requests:

E-mail: info@cdrc-phil.com
: training@cdrc-phil.com

Telephone: (02) 929 98 22
Telefax      : (02) 929 98 20