This website is to support the Bellevue, Washington Community Emergency Response Team (CERT). If you have completed the CERT Basic Training and live or work in Bellevue, we’d love to have you on our team by clicking the Register link.
To get started with emergency preparedness …
- City of Bellevue, Office of Emergency Management
- King County Emergency Management
- American Red Cross
If you’re ready to move beyond the basics …
CERT is an in-depth Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) training program to train community member volunteers in basic disaster response skills such as fire safety, light search and rescue, and disaster medical operations. In a major disaster with wide-spread impacts, professional first responders will not be able to respond to all areas of the city for several days. CERT trained volunteers can help fill this gap by providing response to their family and neighbors.
Here is an excellent overview of the CERT program: VIDEO
One of our mottos is ”There’s a place for everyone in CERT”. We welcome people of all gifts to complete this training and help make Bellevue a more resilient city.
Bellevue CERT will conduct Basic Training Fall 2023:
- Three Saturdays 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM, September 23, 30 and October 7
You can let us know you are interested by going to the Request CERT Support link.
You can also check out the CERT Eastside calendar for CERT Basic courses in other eastside CERT programs.
To learn more about the CERT program in Bellevue, to be notified of future trainings, or to request a presentation from our team …
click the Request CERT Support link.
Last Updated on 2023-09-14