Disaster Chaplain Training Registration
New York City, New York • November 28 - 29, 2017
REGISTRATION & LOGISTICS INFORMATION
1)  LOGISTICS:

Tuesday,November 28 & Wednesday, November 29, 2017
Breakfast & Registration 8:15 AM
Class - 9:00 AM until 5:00 PM
New York Disaster Interfaith Services (NYDIS)
4 West 43rd Street, Suite 407
New York, NY 10036


2)  REQUIREMENTS:
  • Full attendance at both sessions is required to obtain a certificate.
  • Pre-requisite:

    Complete FEMA IS-100.b – A free three-hour online course in the Incident Command 
    System
     at http://emilms.fema.gov/IS100b/index.htm.  

    Please bring your FEMA certificate with you to the session. 
     
    (The course includes supplementary ICS modules as a refresher of ICS principles and functions, but does not replace IS-100b.)

3) REGISTRATION & FEES:

Registration Deadline: Friday, November 17.
Cancellations MUST BE RECEIVED BY Friday, November 10, to ensure a refund of the registration fee.

Please pay the $150 REGISTRATION FEE online by clicking the registration link below.

If your organization requires payment by check, please complete the registration form by clicking the link below, and then mail the check, in advance.

Please make your check payable to:
NDIN,
4 West 43rd Street, Suite 407,
New York, NY 10036.

Questions? Email us at info@n-din.org) or, call 212-669-6100.

This curriculum is compliant with NIMS (National Incident Management Systems) and incorporates FEMA Incident Command System (IS 100) training. It also complies with the National VOAD* Points of Consensus for Disaster Spiritual Care.
*Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster
This two-day training prepares faith leaders or institutional chaplains to volunteer as disaster chaplains in mass-care settings or to serve as disaster chaplains within their house of worship, religious community or professional institution. Each registrant must be endorsed for this training and/or currently serve as a professional chaplain and/or credentialed religious leader.

TRAINING FOCUSES ON:
How to work as members of an interdisciplinary team within the Incident Command System
  • How to work as members of an interdisciplinary team within the Incident Command System
  • What to expect at disaster sites
  • How to provide Spiritual First Aid and Psychological First Aid
  • How to make appropriate assessments and referrals to Mental Health and other services
  • How to develop and maintain holistic self-care practices