Community Emergency Response Team (CERT)

Program Details


The York County CERT Training program is an interactive program that promotes emergency preparedness at the individual, family and neighborhood level. The program helps citizens develop skills that may benefit them personally, their family and potentially their neighborhood before, during, and when recovering from a major emergency or disaster, while promoting neighborhood self-sufficiency until emergency services can arrive. If you are interested in attending an upcoming CERT training program, complete the CERT Participant Application (PDF) and the CERT Participant Memorandum of Understanding (PDF) and mail both documents to:
York County Department of Fire and Life Safety
Attn: CERT Program
P.O. Box 532
Yorktown, VA 23690

Hours
Monday - Friday
8:15 a.m. - 5 p.m.
(Except Holidays)

Or send documents to the Fire Administration (Public Safety Building) located at:
301 Goodwin Neck Road
Yorktown, VA 23692

CERT Program Courses


  • CERT Disaster Fire Suppression
  • CERT Disaster Psychology
  • CERT Final Exercise/Graduation
  • CERT Light Search and Rescue
  • CERT Medical Operations - Putting it all Together
  • CERT Medical Operations I
  • CERT Medical Operations II
  • CERT Organization/Overview/Expectations
  • CERT Practical Skills Review
  • Disaster Preparedness/CERT and Terrorism
  • Neighborhood Fire Station Tour
CERT program schedules are subject to change due to adverse weather conditions and/or other events/incidents that require deviation.