This is where TBM disasater relief training begins. It includes introduction and overview of the TBM Disaster Relief Ministries including the mission statement, history and brief overview of additional ministry opportunities within TBM.

This is a required orientation for all Disaster Relief Volunteers and is required for renewal of credentials. This course is a pre-requisite for all other specialty training. Credentials received through this training are necessary for entry into disaster areas and are good for five years.

Sign up for the orientation and pick the specialty to areas in which you'd like to serve. This will give the training and background check you need to begin delivering help, hope and healing after disasters through TBM. Meals are included for all participants. 

Orientation or recertification is a two-step process. First, complete a background check by clicking here. Second, register for the classes below.

If you have any questions before the event, please call Jim McDougall at (254) 541-0785.

Specialty Training Descriptions

Food Handling Class Training

Target audience: Yellow Cap volunteers who want to work with a TBM DR Feeding Unit.

Basic Food Handler Class provides instruction on safely handling, preparing and serving food per the national food code as well as the TBM methods.  The class also gives an insight on what to expect on deployment from a feeding unit perspective. There is no cost to the volunteer for this training. Registration online is required.