This study aims to determine the effectiveness of training and know the obstacles employee training Disaster Management Agency (BPBD) Bengkulu province. This research is a qualitative descriptive study. Informants study personnel directly involved in the training of disaster taken 5 (five) people consisting of: 1 part secretariat employees, 1 part pre-disaster employees, 1 part logistics employees, 1 part rehab construction employees, and 1 emergency response officers. Technique of determining informants in this study pourposive sampling method. Qualitative data analysis are: data reduction, presentation of data, and Withdrawal conclusion. The results seen stints skills of increasing participation in the volume of work suggests that training employees to add insight and knowledge in facing disasters, making them more concerned because we’ve got training on disaster. The training is also growing interest in higher employee because such training improve morale. Besides training training generate interest and curiosity of how to help people in disaster response training and making employees on environmental and disaster management techniques and make the employees can give direction according to the knowledge gained during the training of disaster. Training makes us work discipline, motivated to solve problems maximum to get good results. The results of the study skills Hold Variation (Variation Skill) seen from the Always show discipline show that training can make us discipline and all problems can be solved in the field and change the way of working better and better because we can work in accordance with existing rules and timely. The training can show our honesty in working in the field so that the work we carry out the training went well and show a sense of responsibility to the people who need help. The training also fosters the spirit and the desire to achieve better do, responsible in performing tasks or jobs and make our own discipline and want to participate to provide help and ready to get off the spaciousness in the event of disaster.
Keywords: Effectiveness, Training, Disaster