Learn how to keep the children in your care safe. By registering for the Get Ready Get Safe Training Hub you gain access to FREE trainings and resources that can help you prepare for and respond to the needs of children in emergencies. These self-paced courses build skills and foster professional development and continuing education opportunities. Individuals who complete trainings receive a certificate of completion for each course. See below to register for a course and enter the Training Hub*.
*Registration Process: After clicking the register button for a specific course, you will be prompted to fill out an online form with basic identification information (e.g., name, email). After entering this information, a Login ID, Password and Training Hub link will be emailed to you. You will need to login into the email account you provided at registration to retrieve this login credentials and enter the Training Hub. The whole registration process may take several minutes to complete.
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Get Ready Get Safe Training Hub Courses:
Note: You only need to register once to take any Training Hub course. If you are already registered, your Login ID and Password were emailed to you, please look these up if you have problems remembering your login information.
Child Care Emergency Preparedness
This course helps child care professionals develop and implement robust emergency plans that cater to the specific needs of their program. Written by Save the Children’s nationally recognized emergency experts, the course teaches participants best practices in evacuation, relocation and family re-unification. The curriculum also provides guidance for practical applications to improve overall emergency protocol.
Child-Friendly Spaces Training
Save the Children’s Child-Friendly Spaces Training helps emergency leaders, organizations and communities meet children’s needs in shelters and other locations where families congregate during disasters. The training includes best practices on site selection, organization and set-up of the space, gives guidance for addressing children’s unique needs, and promotes child safety and well-being while in temporary locations.
Children First: What to Do When Disaster Strikes
This video training covers the basics of caring for children in emergencies including the basics or emergency preparation and expert presentations on meeting the physical and emotional needs of children before, during and following a disaster. Children First is a great introduction to emergency preparedness for all caregivers.