Upcoming Orientations

Thank you for your interest in ADRN.  ADRN is comprised of over 170 Churches of Greater Austin ares with thousands of volunteers trained, equipped and prepared to meet the physical, emotional & spiritual needs of survivors of disaster.  Our mission, to positively impact those affected by disaster by revealing the love of Jesus, is carried out by preparing our volunteers and empowering them to use their gifts to serve others in times of need.

Disaster occurs and instantly communities and lives are changed. We believe that in the moments following the initial disaster, ADRN can have a powerful impact. To be prepared and ready, ADRN has created training pathways that help our volunteers identify their strengths and allows our volunteers to choose how to best use their gifts. Whatever level of involvement, whether you are interested in volunteering time with our staff, deploying, becoming a Chaplain or assisting families, ADRN welcomes you. Our introductory class, ADRN Orientation & Preparedness Training will provide answers to your initial questions and to help you find your comfort level of support within our organization.

 


 

New Volunteer Orientation Overview

Every new volunteer that wants to join ADRN is required to take this 3hr class to give you an introduction to ADRN, how to get involved, and the impact we are having on our community and/or families we are serving in times of disaster. Every volunteer that completes this course will receive an ADRN badge and become a certified ADRN volunteer.

New Volunteers – Mandatory Training
ADRN Orientation & Preparedness Class

Course Time: 3 Hours
Training Cost: Free
How to Register: Fill out the online form with chosen attendance date below

Course Overview

Introduction to ADRN
ADRN Orientation & Preparedness Training shares who we are, how we impact the community and how you can get involved.
Training Pathway Overview
Each volunteer is given the opportunity to choose their involvement level based on the direction they choose through training pathways provided.
ADRN Deployment
Review what it means to be ready to deploy with ADRN.
ADRN Core Teams
Introduction to our Core Teams within ADRN, how we function and how to get involved or be part of the leadership team.
Meet the DRC from Your Church
Meet your church’s Disaster Relief Coordinator (DRC), understand their role in assisting you on your pathway to become an ADRN trained volunteer.

 


 

To register for one of the upcoming orientations that is most convenient for your schedule, fill out the following form and press submit.

Master Orientation Registration Form