Surviving a Disaster Course

January 23rd, 2019

A classroom program to teach people how they can have water and food, warmth, light, sanitation, health and communication.

About this resource

This Surviving a Disaster educational program will help you teach others how they can have water and food, warmth, light, sanitation, health and communication during and immediately following a disaster.

Surviving a Disaster

A classroom program Extension educators and others can use to teach people how they can have water and food, warmth, light, sanitation, health and communication during and immediately following a disaster.

Course Basics

Target Audience: People who hopefully already have completed the Family Preparedness program and want to learn how to survive during and immediately after a disaster

Delivery Method: Classroom style

Cost: EDEN does not charge for use of these materials. However, a local fee may be charged to cover meeting space, handouts, refreshments, etc.

Course Length: About 1 1/2 hours

University Credit: No

Program Materials:
Instructor Guide
Instructor Notes
Downloadable PowerPoint Slides
Participant Handout That Can Be Localized

Narrated PowerPoints for Self-Learning:
Surviving a Disaster Video

Evaluations:
Participant Input
Instructor Feedback

Please send evaluations or a compilation of participant input to becky.koch@ndsu.edu.

Questions or suggestions? Contact Becky Koch at becky.koch@ndsu.edu or 701-231-7875.

This resource funded by: United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA), Food and Agriculture Defense Initiative (FADI) and supported by: North Dakota State University