English-Language Disaster Relief Training Course (Nov. 2nd, Tokyo)
PBV will hold an English-language Disaster Relief Volunteer Training course on November 2nd, 2013 in Tokyo.
Date: November 2nd 2013
Time: 13:00 – 16:30
Location: JICA Tokyo (Nishihara 2-49-5, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo)
Participation Fee: Free
Class Size: Up to 20 participants
Part 1: What to do During/After a Disaster
– Japan’s disaster systems/institutions and their roles in disaster time
– Types of disasters
– Protect yourself and your loved ones during and after a disaster
Part 2: How to Help During/After a Disaster
– Different ways of supporting affected communities
– Relief Activities and Preparedness (understanding people and places affected by disasters and respect for survivors)
– Safety measures & Risk management
Part 3: Preparing for Future Disasters
– How to incorporate Disaster Risk Reduction into everyday life
Living in Japan, one of the most disaster-prone countries in the world, disaster preparedness is essential.
We aim to engage, educate and empower a wide range of people to protect themselves and help others in the wake of disasters.
We believe that the 2 million foreign residents and other diverse citizens living in Japan should be fully prepared and can have a major, positive impact on the civil response in the aftermath of a disaster.
PBV is offering this course (free-of-charge) to anyone interested in the above topics, regardless of experience or knowledge in these areas. This is an introductory course and offers an overview of how to protect yourself and your loved ones, how to help others in times of disaster and how to prepare for future disasters.
The course serves as an introduction to disaster prevention, mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery, providing participants with a firm grounding in theoretical and practical disaster relief knowledge and skills which can be applied in real-life situations.
This course is open to all – please join us!
To reserve a place, please fill in the following registration form online.
Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or would like any further information.