MRC Leadership Volunteer Trainings

Many Franklin County & Columbus Medical Reserve Corps (FC&C MRC) volunteers have contacted our offices interested in becoming Leadership Level volunteers. That’s great! We are glad to have you. Leadership Level participation allows volunteers with an interest in taking on more responsibility in a disaster to help us keep Franklin County healthy through any type of disaster. It requires no regular or weekly time commitment, only four hours of volunteer time per year.


Choose from some of the below trainings to get your additional volunteer hours:

  • The FC&C MRC Orientation, either in-person or online
  • The online National Incident Management System trainings 100 and 700
  • Safety: Non-Medical folks need the MRC on-line HIPAA and blood borne pathogens training modules
  • Psychological First Aid or other Mental Health in Disasters Course
  • Volunteer time of at least four hours per year
  • Additional training of your choice, once per year, as a ‘refresher’
  • Participation in an exercise or drill

 

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If you have already completed any of these trainings in another setting, proof of course completion can be presented to the FC&C MRC Coordinator. After completing any of these courses as part of the leadership track, email your certificate to the MRC Coordinator. Each Leadership Team volunteer can also choose to serve on at least one of our response teams.

Ready to get started? Great! The first step is to let the FC&C MRC Coordinator know you are working towards becoming a leadership level volunteer, as many of you have already done. Once the course is complete, please email or mail a copy of your certificate to the FC&C MRC Coordinator, Mary Ann Janning, at mrc@franklincountyohio.gov. Thanks!

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