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|Last Updated: Monday, November 05, 2012|
Chula Vista CERT Recruiting New Members
The City of Chula Vista Community Emergency Response Team (C.E.R.T.) is looking for new members.
The Chula Vista Fire Department is looking for City Employees, or residents of Chula Vista 21 years or older who have an interest in learning how to be a Disaster Service Worker. This is a great opportunity to learn how to be personally prepared for all disasters and to work with people with the same interest! Depending on your training, CERTs can range from just helping themselves to going anywhere in the Country they may be needed.
If you can attend all 24 hours of the basic CERT Academy, this may be the opportunity when you finally learn to be prepared to help yourself and others.
The next CV CERT Academy days and hours are as follows:
Mon. Nov 01, 5 - 9 PM
Wed. Nov 03, 5 - 9 PM
Sat. Nov 06, 8 - 5 PM
Sat. Nov 13, 8 - 5 PM
Call Tom Leonard (Emergency Services Coordinator) at (619) 409-5482. Leave a message to start training this November.
Author:Chula Vista Fire Department Press Release
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