10 April 2018

 

 


THE SALVATION ARMY EMERGENCY DISASTER SERVICES TRAINING, June 2, 2018

When disaster strikes - the Salvation Army is there. We rely upon trained disaster workers to coordinate emergency relief operations and deliver fast, efficient service and compassionate support to disaster survivors and first responders.

The Salvation Army Emergency Disaster Services volunteers help deliver fast, efficient service and compassionate support to disaster survivors and first responders in our back yard, across the nation and around the world.
 
If you are interested in supporting our community, are ready to uplift families and serve front line responders in time of crisis, register now for the Disaster Food Service and Canteen Operations training.
 
The first step to registering and becoming a disaster worker with The Salvation Army's Emergency Disaster Services program is to create an online profile and complete a simple application. Click the Next button in order to begin that process. After you have completed the online application, your information will be shared with us. *Introduction to The Salvation Army Emergency Disaster Services class and ServSafe is not mandatory - you can take the introduction to the Emergency Disaster Services online prior to or after completing the Disaster Food Service and Canteen Operation Training.
 
For more information contact Chris Striebel, Emergency Disaster Services Assistant Director at
616 459 3433 ext 1512/ [email protected] or contact the Traverse City Salvation Army at 946-4644. 
 
Overview - Emergency Disaster Services Disaster Food Service & Canteen Operations
 
Description: During a disaster, the first gesture of comfort The Salvation Army offers is often a cold drink and a hot meal from one of its mobile feeding units. The Disaster Food Service & Canteen Operations course is designed as the starting point for any disaster worker who wishes to be a part of disaster food service operations. Participants who complete the course will learn about the different types of Salvation Army food service equipment, the essentials of building a food service team, canteen operations and maintenance, and the basics of menu planning.

Primary Audience: This course is designed to introduce participants to the fundamentals of disaster food service operations. Anyone interested in food service delivery or serving on a Salvation Army canteen should take this course.

Register online now!