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Texas Baptist Men - Disaster Relief
Volunteer Retreat and Specialty Training
March 16-18, 2017
Thursday 12:00 pm - Saturday 1:00 pm
at 
Highland Lakes Camp & Conference Center
5902 Pace Bend Rd. N.
Spicewood, TX 78669
 
Make plans to attend and join other TBM Disaster Relief Volunteers for a special time of training and fellowship.  Registration for this camp is now available.  Make your selections now and get the Early Bird price!

Early Bird prices will end February 3, 2017!   
After this date, prices will increase $20 per day per person. 

MOTEL ROOMS: These rooms are reserved ONLY for those individuals who are registering for the entire retreat.  There are only 2 handicap rooms available.  One-night motel rooms are NOT available. Motel rooms include linens and towels.

DORMS - Bring towels and linens for twin size bunk bed.

RV SPACE - Most RV spaces have 30 amp & 50 amp electrical circuits; 25 RV spaces available.

RV & DAY ATTENDANCE with NO LODGING - These selections have options available to pay for meals separately. 

MEALS:  Entire Retreat package for motel and dorm selections include 7 total meals on:
                        Thursday - Lunch & Dinner
                         Friday - Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
                        Saturday - Breakfast & Lunch

If you plan to arrive on Wednesday, you have an option to add an extra lodging night, no meals on Wednesday.

ENTIRE RETREAT
Thursday 12:00 pmMarch 16th 
through Saturday 1:00 pm, March 18th

LODGING & REGISTRATION FEES:
  • MOTEL- Entire Retreat - $156 per person: double-occupancy, 2 nights, 7 meals.
  • MOTEL - Entire Retreat - $236: single-occupancy, 2 nights, 7 meals.           
  • DORM - Entire Retreat - $132 per person: 2 nights, includes all 7 meals.                
  • DORM - $64: Thursday night only, includes lunch & dinner.                
  • DORM - $72: Friday night only, includes 3 meals.                    
  • RV Entire Retreat - $116: (Th-F, leaving Sat) includes 7 meals for 1 person.
  • RV - 2 people - $192 (Th-F, leaving Sat) includes 7 meals for each person.  
  •  RV - 3 people - $278 (2 nights; Th-F, leaving Sat), includes all 7 meals for each person.             
  • RV - 1 person - $60 (2 nights; Th-F), No meals, select meals separately.        
  • RV - 1 person - $80 (3 nights; W-TH-F), No meals, select meals separately.    
  • RV - 2 people - $80 (2 nights; Th- F), No meals, select meals separately.        
  • RV - 3 people - $110 (2 nights; Th- F), No meals, select meals separately.      
  • DAY ATTENDANCE with NO LODGING:
    • Thursday - $25 - Select meals separately.  
    • Friday - $25 - Select meals separately.                    
    • Saturday - $25 - Select meals separately.               
    • Thursday & Friday - $35 - Select meals separately.                      
    • Friday & Saturday - $35 - Select meals separately.                       
  • MOTEL- Entire Retreat - Includes prior night - $204 per person, Wed. lodging (no Wed. meals), Thursday breakfast, double-occupancy, 8 total meals.   
  • DORM - Entire Retreat - Includes prior night - $168 - Wed. lodging (no Wed. meals), Thursday breakfast, double-occupancy, 8 total meals.      
TRAINING SESSIONS - SCHEDULE:
(When you sign up online, please remember to select the workshops/sessions you plan to attend for each day.  Unfortunately, the system does NOT alert you if you do not make your selections).

Thursday, March 16th  - 1 pm -5 pm
  • ServSafe (Basic Food Handling (maximum attendance 40).                      
    • This course introduces participants to the basics of safe food handling. The course explains how food can become unsafe through time-temperature abuse, cross-contamination, improper cleaning and sanitizing.  Also, there will be a brief review on the importance of how good personal hygiene plays a role in limiting the spread of bacteria and other dangerous pathogens.
  • Asset Protection
  • Flood and Fire Recovery(Mud out/Ash out)
  • Operational Stress First Aid (OSFA) (maximum attendance 20)
    • This program provides tools to assist leaders in identifying stress problems as early as possible, as well as information designed to help leaders take appropriate actions to restore personnel to full function and readiness when necessary.
  • Form Stack (Online unit reporting)
  • Forklift                                                     
Friday, March 17th - 8 am - 12 Noon
  • Food Service Coordinator (Chief Cook)
  • Assessment (Chainsaw, Mud out, and Ash out)
  • Blue Cap / Re-credentialing (Blue Cap must be referred by DR Area Coordinator or Specialty Coordinator
  • Water Purification 830AM unit (maximum attendance 20)
  • Rapid Assessment Team (Point Man)
  • Chain Saw
  • Box Unit                           
Friday, March 17th1 pm - 5 pm
  • Forklift
  • ServSafe (Basic Food Handling) (maximum attendance 40)                          
  • Operations Officer Workshop  
    • This workshop will cover in detail the responsibilities of the Operations Officer during a deployment.  It will include a review of the duties of the Operations Officer and how they relate to other members of the IMT.  The workshop will also include an in depth look at the Work Order Tracking System and how to use the system for assignments and tracking, how to make changes to the system, and how to use the system for reporting.  A brief review of Form Stack reporting will also be included in the workshop. 
  • Chain Saw (continued outdoors)
  • Asset Protection
  • Childcare
  • Operational Stress First Aid (OSFA) (maximum attendance 20)
  • Long Term Recovery   (New Workshop)
    • While attending this workshop you will learn how to engage youth and adults in your churches to be the hands and feet of Jesus to those affected by disasters.  Long Term Recovery from disasters begins days to weeks after the disaster occurs and continues months and even years. Recovery efforts involve interaction with disaster survivors through local churches, associations, and community-formed "Long Term Recovery Teams." It is through these efforts that God leads in rebuilding communities, reconnecting people, and restoring hope.
 
Saturday, March 18th -  8:30 am - 12 Noon
  • Flood and Fire Recovery (Mud out/Ash out)
  • Asset Protection 
  • Childcare
  • Box Unit
  • Form Stack (Online unit reporting)
  • Long Term Recovery  (New Workshop)
  • Rapid Assessment Team (Point Man)
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If you need to renew your badge, you may do so during the retreat with no additional cost for background check.

After registering online, you will receive an email with all the workshops you signed up for.  You will also have a downloadable link for Medical Release form. Please print and fill this form out and bring it with you to the DR Retreat Check-In Registration desk.