Alaska Disaster Leadership Institute - May 11-14, 2017
Where: University of Alaska
What: Multi-day American Red Cross of Alaska training conference
designed to increase leadership capacity for disaster
response in the state.
Attendees: Red Cross volunteers, employees & partners.
Registration: Follow the link at the bottom of this page after reading
through the registration information to register.
Registration closes May 10th.
Cost: $45 for overnighters and $25 for commuters.
Cost covers lodging, food, transportation to-and-from the
airport or Anchorage Red Cross office, and all training (cost
is the same for one class or multiple classes).
Things to know about the Alaska Leadership Camp
The Alaska Disaster Leadership Institute is a training conference designed to prepare volunteers to respond to disasters as leaders in their communities and provide Red Cross assistance as part of our disaster team.
Join us to better understand the Alaska Region, update your disaster skills, and develop your leadership capacity. We're made up of individuals from Fairbanks, Juneau, Bethel, Homer, Kenai, Willow, Wasilla, and Anchorage (just to name a few!) and we all work together to prevent and alleviate human suffering in our communities. Sometimes that is through responding to a house fire or going on deployments. Other times it may be installing smoke alarms, working with The Pillowcase Project, helping Service to Armed Forces, or taking care of our offices and equipment. The list is never ending. We rarely have time to sit back and enjoy a cup of coffee all in one place!
Lodging is provided for out-of-town attendees at the Spring Hill Suites by Marriot, Anchorage Midtown at 3401 A St, Anchorage, AK 99503. In order to maximize the number of out-of-town stays, accommodations will be shared double queen rooms. There is an airport shuttle. All out-of-town attendee travel and lodging is being arranged individually and will be finalized by April 21, 2017. Please contact Celia Jackson at email@example.com or 907-230-4492 for more information
What to bring
This will be a paperless event. We will not be printing course materials – everything will be provided to you electronically before the event. You will be asked in the registration process if you have a device (i.e. laptop, tablet, Kindle, etc.) you can bring with you; if not, a loaner will be provided to you at the event. If you want paper copies of your course materials, you will need to print those and bring them with you.
Please review the course catalog for more information about course descriptions and prerequisites. If you have questions about what courses to take, please contact your office’s Disaster Program Manager. Disaster Cycle Services: An Overview is a prerequisite for all attendees. Please do your best to complete all other prerequisites for your chosen courses before the institute. Most are available in web-based format on EDGE. Please see the course catalog for a list of prerequisites for each course. A finale Institute agenda will be sent to all registered participants before the institute, which will have all classroom locations and finalized logistical information.
Course offerings & Tracks
Below you will find the courses we are offering at this years institute. You can find out more about these classes by going to the course catalog. When you are ready to register click the registration button below to get started.