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Training Opportunities at CCBOH

Train With Us

 Public health volunteers beside a completed mobile hospital - Courtesy of Clayton News Daily

Strengthening the Clayton County community through education, awareness of services, as well as networking through advocacy for awareness and training for emergencies and other disasters in order to minimize the negative impact of natural and man-made disasters, should such an event occur, is the mission of Emergency Preparedness.

The Emergency Preparedness Training Coordinator's job is to coordinate education and technical assistance on relevant preparedness topics such as pandemic influenza planning, Point of Dispensing (POD), Family Preparedness, and Emergency Operations, etc.

Training and technical assistance is provided in county-wide disaster drills ranging from 'tabletop exercises,' to 'functional exercises,' to 'full-scale exercises'. In addition, training in community emergency preparedness is offered to, or conducted with the following partnering organizations within Clayton County:

Individuals and/or families, along with Clayton County businesses and organizations are welcome to training in emergency preparedness concepts and practices at the Clayton County Board of Health, or independent study courses online at www.training.fema.gov/IS. Basic courses offered at the Clayton County Board of Health coincide with those at the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).


Stacy Tolbert, Emergency Preparedness Training Coordinator
Office Phone: (678) 610-7247 Fax: (770) 892-9148
Cell Phone:  (404) 427-6276


Clayton County Board of Health

Office of Emergency Preparedness and Response
1 Crown Center 1895 Phoenix Blvd, Suite 400 College Park, GA 30349