State Library Announces Free Emergency Preparedness Training for SC Cultural Heritage Organizations

Tuesday, January 19, 2021

From March 2021-June 2021, The Northeast Document Conservation Center (NEDCC) is providing free emergency preparedness training for South Carolina cultural heritage organizations sponsored by the South Carolina State Library and funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services. This course is open to individuals associated with South Carolina cultural heritage organizations, county government departments, and offices involved with emergency management and public safety. There is no cost to attend, but you must register to reserve a seat. Seats are limited to 33 registrants per region. For more Information and to register and select a region to participate in: REGISTER NOW.

NEDCC also seeks 2 trainees to assist with the regional course. Each trainee will receive guidance about training strategies and planning with an eye to leading or co-leading emergency preparedness trainings in the future. Trainees will be paid for their time and also for travel, if in-person meetings become feasible. For more information and to be considered for this opportunity: APPLY NOW.

Questions? Please contact Preservation Specialist Sean Ferguson at