Volunteers in Nova Scotia will soon have access to the best training facilities in the country to learn how to better prepare for, and respond to, disasters. The province is supporting the Canadian Red Cross with $800,000 for its Prepared campaign, including construction of a new Centre of Excellence in Disaster Management, Premier Darrell Dexter announced today, March 13. The advanced training facility will be the first of its kind in Canada, built as an addition to the Red Cross's existing service centre in Dartmouth.

Expert facilitators will use distance education to train roughly 1,500 volunteers here in Nova Scotia, as well as volunteers from across Canada. To date, individuals, businesses and organizations across Nova Scotia have raised more than $2.15 million for the Prepared campaign.
These training sessions will also allow for the exchange of expertise with international partners.

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