Training Curriculum: Organizing Pet-Friendly Evacuation Shelters

By on Tuesday, March 18, 2014

When the University of Florida’s program in agricultural safety needed help designing a curriculum and training materials for a public safety program, it turned to Steppingstone LLC for help.

Researchers and educators knew that people were more likely to leave flood-prone and dangerous areas when advised to evacuate during a weather emergency, if they could go to a pet-friendly shelter. The goal of the project was to create a set of training materials that would help local government staff and volunteers tasked with setting up shelters incorporate pet-friendly practices.

The project involved creating a set of training materials – including participant workbooks, PowerPoint presentations and support materials.

Training Guide

Client: University of Florida, Florida State Agricultural Response Team, Florida Department of Consumer Services (FDACS)

Services provided: graphic design, PowerPoint design, curriculum design, content development, professional development training design.

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