DRS (Disaster Relief Shepherd) Training

DRS (Disaster Relief Shepherd) Training 6:30PM – 9:30PM ADRN Headquarters, 1122 E. 1st Street,  Austin, TX 78723 Training is FREE! Finish this training – sponsor a family! Click to register! DRS (Disaster Relief Shepherd) Training – Course Time 3 hours:  The Disaster Relief Shepherd (DRS) is one of  the most important leadership positions that a volunteer can fulfill within their church in times of disaster. The DRS role is to to walk along-side a family, that has potentially lost everything, who needs a Good Samaritan to walk with them through the process of recovery, until their feet are back on the ground. This training will equip ‘shepherds’ with the skills, knowledge, and plan to provide immediate and long-term assistance, that enables the survivor to re-establish a viable lifestyle. This position does not require that the shepherd make any personal financial investment or invite surviving families into their home. This training is FREE. A Background Check is required to become a shepherd. Finish this training and requirements and shepherd a family!

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DRS (Disaster Relief Shepherd) Training

DRS (Disaster Relief Shepherd) Training 6:30PM – 9:30PM ADRN Headquarters, 1122 E. 1st Street,  Austin, TX 78723 Training is FREE! Finish this training – sponsor a family! Click to register! DRS (Disaster Relief Shepherd) Training – Course Time 3 hours:  The Disaster Relief Shepherd (DRS) is one of  the most important leadership positions that a volunteer can fulfill within their church in times of disaster. The DRS role is to to walk along-side a family, that has potentially lost everything, who needs a Good Samaritan to walk with them through the process of recovery, until their feet are back on the ground. This training will equip ‘shepherds’ with the skills, knowledge, and plan to provide immediate and long-term assistance, that enables the survivor to re-establish a viable lifestyle. This position does not require that the shepherd make any personal financial investment or invite surviving families into their home. This training is FREE. A Background Check is required to become a shepherd. Finish this training and requirements and shepherd a family!

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DRS (Disaster Relief Shepherd) Training

DRS (Disaster Relief Shepherd) Training 6:30PM – 9:30PM ADRN Headquarters, 1122 E. 1st Street,  Austin, TX 78723 Training is FREE! Finish this training – sponsor a family! Click to register! DRS (Disaster Relief Shepherd) Training – Course Time 3 hours:  The Disaster Relief Shepherd (DRS) is one of  the most important leadership positions that a volunteer can fulfill within their church in times of disaster. The DRS role is to to walk along-side a family, that has potentially lost everything, who needs a Good Samaritan to walk with them through the process of recovery, until their feet are back on the ground. This training will equip ‘shepherds’ with the skills, knowledge, and plan to provide immediate and long-term assistance, that enables the survivor to re-establish a viable lifestyle. This position does not require that the shepherd make any personal financial investment or invite surviving families into their home. This training is FREE. A Background Check is required to become a shepherd. Finish this training and requirements and shepherd a family!

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Weekly Wednesday Evening HAM Net

ADRN Net Training – Join ADRN on a weekly basis with your radio to practice and stay familiar with latest skills on a weekly basis with your radio to practice and stay familiar with latest skills.  The net is every Wednesday at 9:15PM – 9:45P.M. on the NA6M repeater, 147.280, +0.6 Mhz,  100 Hz Tone If you have any questions please email Bill Ducat @ bill.ducat@adrntx.org

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Weekly Wednesday Evening HAM Net

ADRN Net Training – Join ADRN on a weekly basis with your radio to practice and stay familiar with latest skills on a weekly basis with your radio to practice and stay familiar with latest skills.  The net is every Wednesday at 9:00PM – 9:30PM on the NA6M repeater, 147.280, +0.6 Mhz,  100 Hz Tone If you have any questions please email Bill Ducat @ bill.ducat@adrntx.org

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