Thursday, October 19, 2023 at 9:00 AM EDT
Friday, October 20, 2023 at 5:00 PM EDT

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Volusia County EOC & Sheriff’s Communications CTR 
OPS Room
3825 Tiger Bay Rd
Daytona Beach, FL 32124

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Steve Carriere, MGR 
SPCA Florida: FL SARC 

Small Animal Emergency Sheltering
Operations Level (Level 2)

Volusia County Emergency Operations

Sheriff's Communications OPS Room

Two days, eight hours each day, from 9 AM to 5 PM (EDT)

Thursday & Friday, October 19 & 20 , 2023

Join Volusia County, Florida State Agricultural Response Team and Florida State Animal Response Coalition for the Operations Level Class. The class is two, 8-hour days of intense and fun workshops where you and a team of colleagues will work on various projects related to the operations of emergency animal shelters.

Operations level will help qualify you for new roles during a disaster including possible Team Lead roles. This class expands on the learnings of the Level 1 course and challenges experienced shelter staff with interesting scenarios of emergency sheltering during a disaster.

There is a $55 administration fee for each participant. However, use the promo code DAYTONA and receive 50% off registration until October 8.

No refunds will be issued for cancellations less than 7 days from the start date of class.


  • Submit certificate of successfully completed FL SARC Awareness Level (Level 1) Small Animal Emergency Sheltering Course OR SART Online Pet Friendly Sheltering course: https://flsart.org/petfriendly/
  • Submit certificate of completion of FEMA ICS-100 (current version). Go to https://training.fema.gov if you need the latest course certificate and training.
  • 18 years of age or older

NOTE: If the above certificates are currently not part of your volunteer profile with FLSARC, or if you do not have a current profile, please submit these certificates to scarriere@spcaflorida.org before class. You can also create your volunter profile for FL SARC at www.flsarc.org/volunteers and upload documents.

Students who do not submit proof of both pre-requisites may still attend the course, but will receive a certificate of attendance instead. Once pre-requisites are confirmed and submitted, a certificate of completion will be issued.