Are you looking for resources to support the development of your Community Emergency Volunteer (CEV) or Flood Volunteer group? Our free training resources and experienced training professionals support community volunteers and community resilience professionals nationwide to help prepare their communities for a range of incidents and ensure every volunteer is informed and confident.

From flood volunteer training to public health emergency training, take a look at some of the free tools and volunteer resources you’ll be able to access and download as a Communities Prepared member.

Incident Management Part 1

An introduction to emergency response.

Incident Management Part 2

Procedures and planning for Community Emergency Volunteers.

Flood Volunteer Part 1

Understanding flooding and your role as a Community Emergency Volunteer.

Flood Volunteer Part 2

Information on flood risk awareness and tips to help you carry out your role as a community volunteer in a safe and responsible way.

CEV Coordinator Training

Information and guidance to support you in your role as Coordinator of a Community Emergency Volunteer group.

Community fundraising

Information and advice about how to support your group's long term sustainability.

Communications and marketing

Tips and advice on communicating and marketing your group's activities within the community.

Public Health Volunteer Training

Understanding public health emergencies and your role as a Community Emergency Volunteer.

Community Crisis Recovery Training

Information and guidance to support you and your community's crisis recovery journey.

Snow Volunteer Training

Understanding snow and winter weather and your role as a Community Emergency Volunteer in assisting the community during an incident.

Guide to using Zoom

This guide has been designed to support community volunteers and partners in using Zoom to participate in Communities Prepared webinars.

Utility Volunteer Training

Understanding how utility networks operate and the role of a Community Emergency Volunteer before, during and after a utility failure.

A Guide to Rural Community Resilience

This guide has been developed with ACRE to provide practical tips for rural residents to prepare for, and help each other, at times of crisis.

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