Interested in learning how a hub operates? Hub role training tonight!

If you are interested in learning more about how the emergency communication hubs operate, or are thinking of volunteering at one of the hubs, you can attend a free training this evening about hub roles!

This free training session is outside of West Seattle at the Miller Community Center on Capitol Hill (330  19th Ave E, Seattle, WA 98112), 7 PM.  It is hosted by our counterparts at Capitol Hill Prepares; here’s the invitation that they posted to our Facebook group page:

We’re having an emergency communications drill Saturday, May 11th, and we want YOU to come out and play with us! The first step? Come learn about what exactly we do at a hub. We’ll cover the main roles in hub participation and do some role-playing to practice with our newly revised message forms.

This is a beginner level class.
All are welcome!

If you can’t make it to tonight’s training session, you can also find out more about the various roles at a hub here on our website.  We’ll post more details about the citywide drill on May 11th later…we hope you will join us then!

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