Prerequiste for this class: First Aid Merit Badge
To earn the Emergency Preparedness Merit Badge, BSA Scouts (ages 12-17) may attend either a Personal Emergency Preparedness (PEP) class or an Emergency Preparedness Merit Badge training class. This merit badge also includes a list of required self-study items.
The Emergency Preparedness Merit Badge training is offered at Midways twice annually. To enroll in one of the Midway Emergency Preparedness training classes, contact the sponsoring Troop below:
Please review the Emergency Preparedness Merit Badge Requirements. Self-Study requirements must be completed prior to attending the Midway Merit Badge class.
Classroom training to earn Emergency Preparedness Merit Badge includes the following topics:
Brownie, Junior, Cadette, Senior and Ambassador Girl Scouts working on their First Aid badge can schedule a fire station tour and talk with firefighters about how to get help (call 9-1-1), how they respond to emergencies, how to treat and prevent certain injuries, and more to satisfy the First Aid badge requirements for each level.
To schedule a station tour, please contact the Community Education Services at (408) 378-4010 or via email.
Brownie First Aid (grades 2–3, ages 7-9)
Junior First Aid (grades 4–5, ages 9-11)
Cadette First Aid (grades 6-8, ages 11-14)
Senior First Aid (grades 9–10, ages 14-16)
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(408) 378-4010 (Administrative Headquarters)