Homeowner Disaster & Severe Weather Preparedness Training – March 30 & 31, 2016


The UTSA Office of Emergency Management continually seeks new opportunities to engage our faculty, staff, and students in whole community emergency preparedness – we are all in this together!  Our goal is to provide everyone with opportunities to increase your disaster awareness, reduce vulnerability through preparedness educhouse tornadoation programs, and train our employees and students on what to do during an emergency while at work, school, and at home.

To further accomplish these goals, we have partnered with the St. Bernard Project, a non-profit dedicated to assisting homeowners and small businesses before/after disasters, to offer a new training and awareness course next month:  PD 826 – Disaster & Severe Weather Emergency Preparedness for Homeowners.  The course lasts a little over an hour, and prepares individuals and families to identify disaster risks, how to prepare and preserve critical documents, how to protect and secure your home/property, insurance coverage, and tips on developing a home emergency plan.  This homeowner preparedness training is open to everyone and is available for a limited time, so don’t miss out on this great opportunity – Be Rowdy Ready!


  • Main Campus – Wednesday, March 30 (9:00 am – 10:15 am), UC 2.02.12 Willow Room
  • Institute of Texan Cultures – Wednesday, March 30 (2:00 pm – 3:15 pm), Auditorium
  • Downtown Campus – Thursday, March 31 (1:00 pm – 2:15 pm), BV 4.301B

Register Online:  www.training.utsa.edu, PD 826 – Disaster & Severe Weather Emergency Preparedness for Homeowners

Participants at each campus will be entered into a drawing to WIN a homeowner emergency preparedness kit at the conclusion of each session – don’t delay, register today!  For more information on the training, please review the attached flyers.