The North San Luis Obispo County Community Emergency Response Training (CERT) program is sponsoring LISTOS, a class which teaches you basic disaster response skills in Spanish.
Disasters like wildfires, earthquakes, and floods happen in San Luis Obispo County. If one did happen, emergency service personnel may not be able to reach everyone right away. A disaster could strike when parents are at work and children are at school or involved in social activities or sports. Would your family know what to do?
The North San Luis Obispo County Community Emergency Response Training (CERT) program is sponsoring LISTOS, a class which teaches you basic disaster response skills so you can safely help yourself and those around you. This 8-hour class is provided in Spanish and intended for the entire family, so bring the children, too. You will learn how to prepare for disasters, create a reunification and family communication plan, about disaster first aid and emotional support, and how to back-up important documents, shut-off utilities, and extinguish small fires.
The class will be presented in the Live Oak Room at Centennial Park, 600 Nickerson Drive, in Paso Robles, on Saturday, February 25, 2023, from 9:00 am until 5:00 pm. This class is offered at no cost to students. To register, call Cecilia Herrera, 805 539-5349, or email her at ceciliaherreraLISTOSmt@gmail.com.
Take this course, and learn how to protect yourself, your loved ones, assist your neighbors, and help your community when disaster strikes.