Training/Emergency Social Services


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ESS helps people who have been impacted by a major emergency or a disaster. ESS personnel are there to support people that have been uprooted from their homes and face a great deal of uncertainty, often not knowing if they will have a home to return to. ESS provides services to evacuees at a challenging time. It is imperative that as communities we respond with compassion and support to meet people’s physical and emotional needs. How a community responds is what people remember when they look back on the event. It’s why ESS plays such a vital role as part of an emergency.

Target Audience:

  • Community staff responsible for the Emergency Social Services program in their community.
  • Municipal, First Nation and Provincial Emergency Management Personnel

This course includes an online training component, a series of supporting videos, and other resources.

Time to complete: 6-8 hours.


  • certificate course

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