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11 Free Courses Available for Disaster and Hazard Readiness


The Military Families Learning Network announces the launch of its Military Family Readiness Academy courses! These FREE online courses offer free continuing education credit, are self-paced and offer practical solutions to local problems regarding disaster and hazard readiness. These courses are for Cooperative Extension professionals working with military service members and their families as well as community members interested in disaster preparedness.

The Academy course list has added 11 courses from the 2020 - 2021 Disaster and Hazard Readiness series. These courses cover the basics of disaster preparedness, impact and response, and dive deeper into family caregiving, personal finance, the community recovery aspect, and more!

Learn more about each of the courses and easily enroll via this link:

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