Anaheim CERT Level 1: Team
- Meet the basic membership requirements
- Complete the CERT 20-hour FEMA curriculum and provide a copy of your training certificate.
Anaheim CERT Level 2: Shelter
- CERT level 1 Requirements
- Completion of American Red Cross shelter courses
- Completion of a certified Community CPR and Basic First Aid Course (this course can be taken at the American Red Cross, American Heart Association or through the Office of Disaster Preparedness when available)
Anaheim CERT Level 3: Mutual Aid
- CERT Levels 1 and 2 Requirements
- CERT Mutual Aid Program Training
- Completeion of FEMA Independent study Courses IS-200
Anaheim Radio Amateur "RACES" Member
- Basic Membership
- Copy of an FCC Radio License
Recertification of Active Status
In order to have a functioning and well-trained team of volunteers, active participation is required. It is important that staff get to know you as individuals as well as teams and therefore your active participation is sought throughout the year. Members whose certification expires will move from an active status to an inactive status and may not be activated by the Emergency Management and Preparedness Division or the Emergency Operations Center as a Disaster Service Worker. You may, however, be contacted to participate in training and or events until you regain active status. After a period of 2 years of inactivity, the member will be removed completely as a volunteer at which point a member may need to re-apply to become a volunteer in order to regain active status.
Annual Recertification Requirements
Volunteers are expected to participate in annual offerings of meetings, trainings, exercises and actual activations. Volunteers should attend as much as their schedule and service commitments will allow, however, we ask that you at minimum attend the following each year:
- One quarterly meeting per year
- Three monthly team site meetings at the fire station, or with the fire crews for your assigned team site per year.
- One exercise per year
- 15 hours of time donated throughout the year for any activity, training, or online class.
While our office will do our best to track activity based on sign-in rosters, monthly timecard reports and activation sign-in sheets, it is up to each volunteer member to track their activity to ensure they are meeting the annual recertification requirements.
 We will make special accommodations for those individuals who may have religious, job, illness or other specific conflicts and are unable to attend on Saturdays.