The HNA Community Emergency Response Team is thrilled to announce that it has joined with the Berkeley Police Department to offer a pilot, two-part class on surviving an active shooter incident and helping the wounded. The class is called Surviving A Mass Casualty Incident and Helping The Wounded: How to Get Through The First 20 Minutes of An Active Shooting and will be held in two parts, classroom and labratory.
Please click below to reserve your space. Students must be 18 years or older.
This session will consist of instruction from the Berkley Police Department followed by a hands-on practice session in severe bleeding control taught by Berkeley CERT instructor Shawn Connors and three other trainers. All materials will be provided.
You must have taken the classroom to participate in the lab.
Location for both Classroom and Lab are TBD.
If you have already reserve a space direclty via email with HNA CERT please do not use the above to reserve. Your place is safe.
Please also reach out to us if you are interested in learning more about HNA CERT. We are actively recruiting and would love to have you, no experience required. HNACERT@gmail.com