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Please note that:
Response services are guaranteed ONLY for Members. Non-members are not guaranteed a response and will be required to sign a Non-member contract. Services and rates differ. Duty managers can be contacted for exercises.
Course conducted in Spanish
The course gives delegates an in-depth understanding of the role of the Incident Command Post (ICP) and the key decision-making requirements within that response unit.
The course gives delegates an in-depth understanding of the role of the Incident Command Post (ICP) and the key decision-making requirements within that response unit. Delegates will learn the issues to consider when making incident decisions and the potential outcome of those decisions while working in an ICP. During the practical section of the course, delegates will be divided into four groups - Operations, Planning, Logistics and Finance and will alternate these roles in a simulated incident to give them experience of working within each of the section.
Please note that this course is conducted in Spanish.
• Managers and Supervisors
• Environmental Leaders
• Planning Leaders
• Operation Leaders and other Incident Command Team members
• Staff responsible for tactical, logistic, safety or environmental support within the Command Team
• Anyone with Incident Command Team responsibilities
• Decision-making process in major incidents
• Principles of Incident Management Systems and Unified Command (UC)
• Organizing and staffing for Unified Command
• Incident facilities and communications
• Resource management and incident management strategies
• Developing an Incident Action Plan (IAP) and overview of IMS documentation and forms.
To attend this course you need to have received the following training:
ICS 300 Course
The aim of this course is to introduce delegates to Incident Management System (ICS) at supervisory/management level and to demonstrate the effectiveness of ICS as a management system.