Training Schedule

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March
Class Date Name of Course TRG Course Code
3/11 IAP Introduction TRG IAP INTRO
Course ​Overview: This ​​courses ​​provides ​​a ​​solid ​​foundation ​​of ​​the ​​IAP ​​Software, ​as ​well ​as ​​the ​​basic ​​navigation ​​and ​​functionalities ​​of ​​the ​​software. ​The ​course ​also ​​teaches ​​the ​​basic ​​concepts ​of ​​developing ​​an ​​initial ​​incident ​​action ​​plan ​​using ​​the ​​basic ​​reports ​​and ​​ICS ​​201 ​​incident ​​briefing ​​forms.

Specific ​Course ​Takeaways:
  • Familiarization ​of ​the ​basic ​features ​and ​capabilities ​of ​the ​IAP ​Software.
  • Hands-on ​navigation ​through ​the ​reactive ​phase ​ICS ​forms ​to ​develop ​an ​initial ​incident ​action ​plan.
Target ​Audience: Incident ​Action ​Plan ​Software ​Users

Duration:
8 ​hours
Breakfast, ​snacks, ​beverages ​and ​lunch ​are ​all ​included ​in ​the ​course.

Pre-requisite ​(recommended): Successful ​completion ​of ​ICS-100 ​and ​ICS-200

Minimum ​Number ​of ​Class ​Participants: 6 ​participants

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3/12 IAP Advanced TRG IAP ADV
Course ​Overview: This ​course ​provides ​IAP ​Software ​users ​with ​the ​navigation ​and ​use ​of ​ICS ​forms ​and ​reports ​for ​sustaining ​ongoing ​incident ​operations ​through ​the ​proactive ​phase. ​

Specific ​Course ​Takeaways:
  • Creating ​additional ​operational ​periods.
  • ​Maintaining ​situational ​awareness.
  • Establishing ​planning ​cycle ​meetings ​and ​using ​the ​Planning ​P ​Meeting ​Organizer.
  • Effective ​use ​of ​the ​ICS ​233, ​Open ​Item ​Tracker.
  • Working ​with ​incident ​resources ​from ​procuring ​to ​demobilizing.
  • Tactical ​Planning ​Process ​- ​Using ​ICS ​Forms ​ICS ​202, ​234, ​215, ​215a, ​215e, ​207, ​204.
  • Using ​the ​Common ​Operating ​Picture.
  • Developing ​a ​detailed ​incident ​action ​plan.
Target ​Audience: Incident ​Action ​Plan ​Software ​Users

Duration:
8 ​hours ​
Breakfast, ​snacks, ​beverages ​and ​lunch ​are ​all ​included ​in ​the ​course.

Pre-requisite ​(recommended): Successful ​completion ​of ​ICS ​100, ​ICS ​200, ​and ​ICS ​300

Minimum ​Number ​of ​Class ​Participants: 6 ​participants

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3/13 IAP Power User TRG IAP PWR
Course ​Overview: This ​course ​provides ​advanced ​IAP ​Software ​users ​with ​advanced ​functionality ​of ​the ​IAP ​Software ​including ​navigation ​set ​up, ​customizing ​the ​IAP ​Software ​to ​meet ​your ​organizational ​needs, ​preload ​of ​personnel ​and ​incident ​resources. ​

Specific ​Course ​Takeaways:
  • Demonstrate ​the ​customization ​features ​of ​the ​IAP ​Software.
  • Understanding ​of ​preload/template ​capabilities.
  • User/Incident ​maintenance.
  • Setting ​company ​user ​permissions.
  • Incident ​resource ​maintenance.
Target ​Audience: Incident ​Action ​Plan ​Software ​Administrative ​Users

Duration:
8 ​hours
Breakfast, ​snacks, ​beverages ​and ​lunch ​are ​all ​included ​in ​the ​course.

Pre-requisite ​(recommended): Experienced ​IAP ​Software ​User

Minimum ​Number ​of ​Class ​Participants: 6 ​participants

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3/13 8-HR HAZWOPER Refresher HAZREF8
Course ​Overview: Has ​it ​been ​a ​year ​since ​you ​last ​completed ​your ​HAZWOPER ​course? ​This ​OSHA ​8 ​Hour ​HAZWOPER ​Refresher ​course ​will ​provide ​everything ​you ​need ​to ​remain ​up ​to ​date ​on ​all ​HAZWOPER ​policies ​and ​standards ​as ​outlined ​in ​29 ​CFR ​1910.120.

Specific ​Course ​Takeaways:
  • Know ​the ​appropriate ​points ​of ​contact ​for ​site ​safety ​and ​health ​personnel ​for ​spill ​response.
  • ​Know ​the ​safety, ​health, ​and ​other ​hazards ​present ​during ​oil ​spill ​clean ​up.
  • ​Know ​safe ​clean ​up ​work ​practices ​including ​decontamination ​procedures ​to ​minimize ​risks.
  • ​Know ​how ​to ​use ​available ​controls ​and ​equipment, ​including ​contamination ​control ​procedures ​and ​PPE ​to ​minimize ​risk.
  • Know ​the ​medical ​surveillance ​requirements.
  • Know ​the ​contents ​of ​the ​site ​safety ​and ​health ​plan ​for ​a ​specific ​cleanup.
  • Know ​and ​be ​able ​to ​recognize ​signs ​and ​symptoms ​of ​overexposure ​to ​hazards ​present.
OSHA Compliance:
This ​course ​will ​provide ​the ​classroom ​requirements ​as ​outlined ​in ​29 ​CFR ​1910.120.

Target ​Audience: All ​personnel ​who ​need ​to ​have ​HAZWOPER ​refresher ​training ​that ​falls ​under ​the ​following ​OSHA ​regulations:
  • ​Hazardous ​Material ​Technician; ​29 ​CFR ​1910.120 ​(q)(6)(iii)
  • Hazardous ​Material ​Specialist; ​29 ​CFR ​1910.120 ​(q)(6)(iv)
  • ​General ​Spill ​Site ​Worker; ​29 ​CFR ​1910.120 ​(e)(3)(i)
Duration:
8 ​hours
Breakfast, ​snacks, ​beverages ​and ​lunch ​are ​all ​included ​in ​the ​course.

Minimum ​Number ​of ​Class ​Participants: 6 ​participants

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3/14 Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) Awareness HAZH2S4
Course ​Overview: This ​Industry ​required ​4-Hour ​Hydrogen ​Sulfide ​(H2S) ​course ​is ​for ​individuals ​who ​work ​and ​respond ​in ​the ​oil ​and ​gas ​industry. ​Hydrogen ​Sulfide ​(H2S) ​is ​a ​deadly ​gas ​that ​can ​kill ​or ​injure ​workers ​in ​a ​very ​short ​time. ​OSHA ​mandates ​that ​employees ​be ​trained ​on ​procedures, ​policies, ​hazards ​and ​equipment ​that ​are ​specific ​to ​your ​business.

Specific ​Course ​Takeaways:
  • Knowledge ​of ​the ​physical ​and ​chemical ​properties ​of ​Hydrogen ​Sulfide.
  • Knowledge ​of ​American ​National ​Standards ​Institute ​(ANSI) ​American ​Society ​of ​Safety ​Engineers ​(ASSE) ​Z390-1-2006 ​standard ​“Acceptable ​Practices ​for ​Hydrogen ​Sulfide ​(H2S) ​Training ​Programs”.
  • Knowledge ​of ​safe ​work ​procedures ​when ​working ​with ​Hydrogen ​Sulfide.
  • Understand ​how ​to ​detect ​and ​monitor ​H2S.
  • Know ​how ​to ​don/doff ​respiratory ​protection ​equipment ​in ​an ​emergency.
  • Understand ​the ​relevant ​H2S ​Plan ​and ​what’s ​expected ​of ​you ​during ​an ​emergency ​incident.
Compliance: This ​course ​will ​provide ​the ​classroom ​requirements ​as ​outlined ​in ​American ​National ​Standards ​Institute ​(ANSI) ​American ​Society ​of ​ ​Safety ​Engineers ​(ASSE) ​Z390-1-2006 ​standard ​“Acceptable ​Practices ​for ​Hydrogen ​Sulfide ​(H2S) ​Training ​Programs”.

Target ​Audience: All ​personnel ​who ​respond ​to ​the ​releases ​of ​hazardous ​substances ​in ​a ​defensive ​manner, ​without ​trying ​to ​stop ​the ​release.

Duration:
4 ​hours
Breakfast, ​snacks, ​and ​beverages ​are ​all ​included ​in ​the ​course. ​

Pre-requisite ​(recommended): Successful ​completion ​of ​ICS-100 ​and ​ICS-200

Minimum ​Number ​of ​Class ​Participants: 6 ​participants

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3/21 Qualified Individual/Incident Commander (OSHA) HAZOC8
Course ​Overview: This ​course ​will ​provide ​roles ​and ​responsibilities ​for ​the ​Incident ​Commander ​in ​developing ​the ​common ​operating ​picture ​for ​an ​incident. ​Experienced ​trainers ​will ​lead ​in-depth ​discussions ​and ​exercises ​that ​focus ​on ​developing ​an ​ICS ​organization, ​interaction ​with ​regulatory ​agencies ​and ​their ​emergency ​response ​organization, ​and ​processes ​to ​sustain ​ongoing ​operations.
Specific ​Course ​Takeaways:
  • Understand ​basic ​Incident ​Command ​System ​fundamentals ​for ​the ​reactive ​and ​proactive ​phases ​of ​an ​incident.
  • How ​to ​conduct ​an ​ICS ​201 ​Incident ​Briefing.
  • ​Understand ​the ​interactions ​within ​the ​members ​of ​the ​Unified ​Command.
  • ​Identify ​incident ​complexity ​and ​incident ​potential.
  • Develop ​​limitations, ​​constraints ​​and ​​critical ​information ​​reporting ​​criteria.
  • Understand ​the ​roles ​and ​responsibilities ​of ​the ​Incident ​Commander ​through ​the ​planning ​cycle ​process.
NIMS Compliance: This ​course ​meets ​the ​objectives ​outlined ​in ​the ​National ​Incident ​Management ​System.

Target ​Audience:
  • Incident Commanders
  • Deputy Incident Commanders
Duration:
8 ​hours
Breakfast, ​snacks, ​beverages ​and ​lunch ​are ​all ​included ​in ​the ​course.

Pre-requisite ​(recommended):
  • NIMS ​ICS ​100/200 ​Single ​Resources ​and ​Initial ​Action ​Incidents
  • NIMS ​ICS ​300 ​Intermediate ​ICS ​for ​Expanding ​Incidents

Minimum ​Number ​of ​Class ​Participants: 6 ​participants

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April
Class Date Name of Course TRG Course Code
4/9-11 24-HR Hazardous Materials Technician HAZTECH24
Course ​Overview: Hazardous ​materials ​technicians ​are ​individuals ​who ​respond ​to ​releases, ​or ​potential ​releases, ​for ​the ​purpose ​of ​stopping ​the ​release. ​They ​assume ​a ​more ​aggressive ​role ​than ​a ​first ​responder ​in ​that ​they ​will ​approach ​the ​point ​of ​release ​in ​order ​to ​plug, ​patch ​or ​otherwise ​stop ​the ​release ​of ​a ​hazardous ​substance.

Hazardous ​materials ​specialists ​are ​individuals ​who ​respond ​with, ​and ​provide ​support ​to, ​hazardous ​materials ​technicians. ​Their ​duties ​parallel ​those ​of ​the ​hazardous ​materials ​technician; ​however, ​those ​duties ​require ​a ​more ​directed ​knowledge ​of ​the ​various ​substances ​they ​may ​be ​called ​upon ​to ​contain. ​The ​hazardous ​materials ​specialist ​would ​also ​act ​as ​the ​site ​liaison ​with ​Federal, ​state, ​local ​and ​other ​government ​authorities ​in ​regards ​to ​site ​activities.

Specific ​Course ​Takeaways:
  • Know ​how ​to ​implement ​the ​employer’s ​emergency ​response ​plan.
  • ​Know ​how ​to ​use ​field ​survey ​instruments ​and ​equipment ​ ​to ​classify, ​identify, ​and ​verify ​known ​and ​unknown ​materials.
  • ​Be ​able ​to ​function ​within ​an ​assigned ​role ​in ​the ​Incident ​Command ​System.
  • ​Know ​how ​to ​select ​and ​use ​proper ​specialized ​personal ​protective ​equipment ​provided ​to ​the ​hazardous ​materials ​technician.
  • Understand ​and ​be ​able ​to ​apply ​hazard ​and ​risk ​assessment ​techniques.
  • Be ​able ​to ​perform ​advanced ​control, ​containment, ​and/or ​confinement ​operations ​within ​the ​capabilities ​of ​the ​resources ​and ​available ​personal ​protective ​equipment.
  • Understand ​and ​implement ​decontamination ​procedures.
  • ​Understand ​termination ​procedures.
  • ​Understand ​terminology ​and ​behavior ​of ​chemicals ​and ​their ​toxic ​effects.
  • ​Know ​how ​to ​use ​advanced ​survey ​instruments ​and ​equipment ​to ​classify, ​identify, ​and ​verify ​known ​and ​unknown ​materials.
  • ​Understand ​in-depth ​hazard ​and ​risk ​techniques.
  • Be ​able ​to ​determine ​and ​implement ​decontamination ​procedures.
  • Know ​how ​to ​implement ​the ​local ​emergency ​response ​plan.
  • ​Know ​the ​state ​emergency ​response ​plan.
  • ​Be ​able ​to ​develop ​a ​site ​safety ​and ​control ​plan.
  • ​​Understand ​chemical, ​radiological, ​and ​toxicological ​terminology ​and ​behavior.
  • Know ​basic ​hazard ​and ​risk ​assessment ​techniques.
  • Know ​how ​to ​select ​and ​use ​proper ​personal ​protective ​equipment ​necessary ​for ​the ​first ​responder ​operation ​level.
  • ​Understand ​basic ​hazardous ​materials ​terms.
  • ​Know ​how ​to ​perform ​basic ​control, ​containment, ​and/or ​confinement ​operations ​within ​the ​capabilities ​of ​the ​resources ​and ​available ​personal ​protective ​equipment.
  • Know ​how ​to ​implement ​basic ​decontamination ​procedures.
  • ​​Understand ​the ​relevant ​standard ​operating ​and ​termination ​procedures.
  • Understand ​the ​hazards ​of ​oil ​and ​the ​risks ​in ​a ​spill.
  • Understand ​what ​happens ​during ​an ​emergency ​involving ​spilled ​oil.
  • Recognize ​the ​presence ​of ​oil ​or ​related ​hazardous ​materials ​in ​an ​emergency.
  • ​Identify ​hazardous ​substances, ​if ​possible ​(e.g., ​appearance, ​smell, ​monitoring ​equipment).
  • Understand ​individual ​role ​in ​employer’s ​emergency ​response ​plan.
  • Recognize ​when ​help ​is ​needed ​and ​when ​to ​request ​assistance ​from ​the ​response ​plan.
OSHA Compliance: This ​course ​will ​provide ​the ​classroom ​requirements ​as ​outlined ​in ​29 ​CFR ​1910.120 ​(q)(6)(iii).

Duration:
24 ​hours
Breakfast, ​snacks, ​beverages ​and ​lunches ​are ​all ​included ​in ​the ​course.

Minimum ​Number ​of ​Class ​Participants: 7 ​participants

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May
Class Date Name of Course TRG Course Code
5/13 ICS 100/200 Initial Response TRG ICS 100200
Course ​Overview: The ​​Response ​​Group ​​has ​​combined ​​the ​NIMS ​​ICS ​​100 ​​and ​200 ​courses ​as ​​used ​collaboratively ​​by ​​the ​​National ​​Wildfire ​​Coordinating ​​Group, ​​Department ​​of ​​Homeland ​​Security ​​and ​​the ​​U.S. ​​Coast ​​Guard. ​​TRG ​uses ​​topics, ​​scenarios ​​and ​​discussion ​based ​​activities ​to ​meet ​course ​requirements ​as ​they ​relate ​to ​the ​private ​sector. ​​This ​​course ​​provides ​​a ​​successful ​​foundation ​​for ​​higher ​​level ​​ICS ​​training. ​​This ​​course ​​describes ​​the ​​history, ​​features ​​and ​​principles, ​​organizational ​​structure, ​​and ​​incident ​​management ​​concepts ​​for ​​single ​resources ​​and ​​initial ​​action ​​incidents.

Specific ​Course ​Takeaways:
  • Understand ​the ​basic ​fundamentals ​of ​an ​Incident ​Command ​System.
  • Develop ​an ​initial ​response ​organization.
  • Develop ​an ​ICS ​201 ​packet.
  • Conduct ​an ​ICS ​201 ​Incident ​Briefing.
NIMS Compliance: This ​course ​is ​NIMS ​compliant ​and ​meets ​the ​NIMS ​baseline ​training ​requirements ​for ​ICS ​100 ​and ​ICS ​200 ​courses.

Target ​Audience:
  • All ​Incident ​Management ​Team ​Members
  • Field ​Response ​Team ​Members
  • Qualified ​Individuals
  • Personnel ​involved ​with ​planning, ​response ​or ​recovery ​efforts.


Duration:
8 ​hours
Breakfast, ​snacks, ​beverages ​and ​lunch ​are ​all ​included ​in ​the ​course.

Pre-requisite ​(recommended): None

Minimum ​Number ​of ​Class ​Participants: 6 ​participants

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5/14-15 ICS 220 Initial Response for IMT Members TRG ICS 220
Course ​Overview: While ​developing ​a ​team ​approach ​to ​incident ​management, ​ICS-220 ​focuses ​on ​the ​functions ​of ​Command ​and ​key ​members ​of ​the ​Command ​Staff, ​General ​Staff, ​and ​select ​Unit ​Leaders ​during ​the ​initial ​response ​phase ​of ​an ​incident. ​Commencing ​from ​the ​earliest ​stages ​of ​an ​incident, ​this ​course ​reviews ​functional ​responsibilities ​and ​the ​contributions ​of ​each ​position ​to ​the ​development ​of ​an ​initial response ​organization, ​to ​include ​creating ​the ​ICS-201, ​Incident ​Briefing ​Form, ​to ​serve ​as ​the ​initial ​action ​worksheet.

Specific ​Course ​Takeaways:
  • Provide ​members ​of ​the ​Incident ​Management ​Team ​with ​an ​understanding ​of ​the ​team ​approach ​to ​incident ​management.
  • Train ​and ​exercise ​personnel ​to ​effectively ​perform ​their ​roles ​and ​responsibilities ​during ​initial ​response ​to ​an ​incident.
  • Understand ​the ​relationship ​of ​the ​Incident ​Management ​Team ​during ​the ​initial ​response ​to ​an ​incident.
  • Integration ​of ​the ​Simplified ​Planning ​Cycle ​process ​(Plan, ​Do, ​Check, ​Adjust)
Target ​Audience: Responders ​who ​will ​be ​expected ​to ​perform ​as ​part ​of ​an ​Initial ​Response ​organization ​on ​a ​Tier ​1 ​/ ​Type ​3 ​Incident.

Duration:
Option ​1: ​8 ​hours ​incorporating ​a ​scenario-based ​training ​exercise.
Option ​2: ​16 ​hours ​including ​a ​Day ​2 ​functional ​exercise ​and ​transition.

Pre-requisite ​(recommended): Successful ​completion ​of ​ICS-100 ​and ​ICS-200

Minimum ​Number ​of ​Class ​Participants: 7 ​participants

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5/20-21 ICS 300 Intermediate TRG ICS 300
Course ​Overview: The ​​Response ​​Group ​​has ​​developed ​​material ​​used ​​collaboratively ​​by ​​the ​​National ​​Wildfire ​​Coordinating ​​Group, ​​Department ​​of ​​Homeland ​​Security ​​and ​​the ​​U.S. ​​Coast ​​Guard ​​with ​​topics, ​​scenarios ​​and ​​discussion ​​based ​​around ​​the ​​emergency ​​response ​​organizations ​​within ​​the ​​private ​​sector. ​​This ​​course ​​will ​​identify ​​purpose, ​​participant ​​involvement ​​and ​​key ​​outcomes ​​through ​​the ​​meetings ​​and ​​work ​​periods ​​of ​​the ​​planning ​​cycle; ​​including ​​developing ​​and ​​briefing ​​on ​​incident ​​objectives, ​​strategies ​​and ​​tactics ​​for ​​the ​​next ​​operational ​​period.

Specific ​Course ​Takeaways:
  • Understand ​the ​process ​of ​planning ​work ​assignments ​for ​the ​next ​operational ​period ​(NOP).
  • ​Describe ​the ​meetings ​of ​the ​proactive ​phase.
  • Understand ​and ​use ​available ​ICS ​tools ​to ​guide ​the ​Incident ​Management ​Team ​through ​the ​proactive ​phase ​process.
  • Conduct ​a ​planning ​cycle ​meeting.
NIMS Compliance: This ​course ​is ​NIMS ​compliant ​and ​meets ​the ​NIMS ​Baseline ​Training ​requirements ​for ​the ​ICS ​300 ​course.

Target ​Audience:
  • All ​​Incident ​​Management ​​Team ​​Members, ​Field ​​Response ​​Team ​​Members
  • ​Personnel ​​involved ​​with ​​planning, ​​response ​​or ​​recovery ​​efforts.
Duration:
16 ​hours
Breakfast, ​snacks, ​beverages ​and ​lunch ​are ​all ​included ​in ​the ​course.

Pre-requisite ​(recommended): NIMS ​ICS ​100/200 ​Single ​Resources ​and ​Initial ​Action ​Incidents

Minimum ​Number ​of ​Class ​Participants: 7 ​participants

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5/22-24 ICS 320 ICS Team Training TRG ICS 320
Course ​Overview: This ​course ​provides ​Incident ​Management ​Teams ​with ​knowledge, ​workshops, ​and ​skills ​necessary ​to ​manage ​complex ​incidents ​through ​a ​planning ​cycle ​and ​the ​development ​of ​a ​detailed ​incident ​action ​plan; ​includes ​a ​functional ​exercise.

Specific ​Course ​Takeaways:
  • Provide ​members ​of ​the ​Incident ​Management ​Team ​with ​an ​understanding ​of ​the ​planning ​process ​within ​an ​incident.
  • Train ​and ​exercise ​personnel ​to ​effectively ​perform ​their ​roles ​and ​responsibilities ​during ​incident ​response ​operations.
  • Understand ​the ​relationship ​of ​the ​Incident ​Management ​Team ​during ​the ​Planning ​Cycle ​of ​an ​Operational ​Period.
Target ​Audience: ​All ​​Incident ​​Management ​​Team ​​Members.

Duration:
24 ​hours
Breakfast, ​snacks, ​beverages ​and ​lunch ​are ​all ​included ​in ​the ​course.

Pre-requisite ​(recommended):
  • NIMS ​ICS ​100/200 ​Single ​Resources ​and ​Initial ​Action ​Incidents
  • NIMS ​ICS ​300 ​Intermediate ​ICS ​for ​Expanding ​Incidents

Minimum ​Number ​of ​Class ​Participants: 7 ​participants

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5/27-28 ICS 961 Staging Area Manager (STAM) TRG ICS 961
Course ​Overview: A ​staging ​area ​is ​a ​key ​incident ​facility ​that ​allows ​incident ​resources ​to ​be ​readily ​staged ​for ​field ​deployment ​by ​operations.

This ​course ​is ​designed ​to ​provide ​participants ​with ​an ​understanding ​of ​the ​roles ​and ​responsibilities ​of ​designating, ​setting-up, ​and ​implementing ​a ​staging ​area.

Our ​experienced ​facilitators ​will ​provide ​an ​overview ​of ​the ​importance ​of ​staging ​area ​layout, ​equipment ​needs, ​and ​check-in/check-out ​processes ​for ​the ​staging ​areas.


Specific ​Course ​Takeaways:
  • Understand ​the ​roles ​and ​responsibilities ​of ​the ​Staging ​Area ​Manager ​(STAM) ​and ​their ​essential ​interaction ​to ​the ​field ​and ​incident ​command ​post.
  • Provide ​familiarization ​with ​various ​incident ​documents ​and ​resources ​that ​may ​be ​used ​for ​managing ​a ​staging ​area.
  • Understand ​the ​management ​and ​leadership ​function ​of ​the ​Staging ​Area ​Manager.
  • Identify ​the ​importance ​of ​properly ​setting ​up ​staging ​areas.
  • Understand ​how ​the ​STAM ​interacts ​within ​the ​Operations ​Section ​and ​Incident ​Management ​Team.
  • Understand ​the ​ICS ​tools ​and ​resources ​to ​assist ​the ​STAM.
  • Identify ​other ​incident ​related ​tasks ​that ​may ​operate ​within ​the ​staging ​area.
Target ​Audience:
  • Staging ​Area ​Managers
  • ​Staging ​Area ​Directors
  • Operation ​Section ​Chiefs ​and ​Deputies
  • ​Planning ​Section ​Chiefs ​and ​Deputies
  • Logistics ​Section ​Chiefs ​and ​Deputies
  • Resource ​Unit ​Leaders

Duration:
16 ​hours
Breakfast, ​snacks, ​beverages ​and ​lunch ​are ​all ​included ​in ​the ​course.

Pre-requisite ​(recommended): NIMS ​ICS ​100/200 ​Single ​Resources ​and ​Initial ​Action ​Incidents

Minimum ​Number ​of ​Class ​Participants: 6 ​participants

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5/29-30 ICS 958 Operations Section Chief (OSC) TRG ICS 958
Course ​Overview: This ​​process ​​driven ​​course ​​is ​​led ​​by ​​experienced ​​trainers ​​to ​​facilitate ​​in-depth ​​discussions ​​of ​​the ​​Operation ​​Section’s ​​roles ​​and ​​responsibilities ​​from ​​the ​​initial ​​response, ​​through ​​the ​​planning ​​process ​​for ​​the ​​next ​​operational ​​period ​​and ​​the ​​demobilization ​​of ​​incident/event ​​resources.

Hands-on ​experience ​through ​exercises and ​briefings ​will ​re-enforce ​the ​understanding ​​of ​​the ​​tactical ​​planning ​​process, ​​development ​​of ​​areas ​​of ​​operations ​​and ​​tactical ​​assignments.


Specific ​Course ​Takeaways:
  • Understand ​the ​importance ​of ​the ​roles ​and ​responsibilities ​of ​the ​Operations ​Section ​through ​the ​planning ​cycle ​process.
  • Create ​and ​manage ​areas ​of ​operations.
  • Understand ​the ​importance ​of ​managing ​incident ​resources.
  • Demonstrate ​the ​ability ​to ​align ​incident ​objectives ​to ​operational ​strategies ​and ​tactics.
  • Develop ​Assignment ​Lists, ​ICS ​Form ​204, ​for ​inclusion ​into ​the ​incident ​action ​plan.
NIMS Compliance: This ​course ​meets ​the ​objectives ​outlined ​in ​the ​National ​Incident ​Management ​System.

Target ​Audience:
  • Operations ​Section ​Chief
  • ​Deputy ​Operations ​Section ​Chief
  • Branch ​Directors
  • ​Group/Division ​Supervisors
  • Strike ​Team/Task ​Force ​Leaders

Duration:
16 ​hours
Breakfast, ​snacks, ​beverages ​and ​lunch ​are ​all ​included ​in ​the ​course.

Pre-requisite ​(recommended):
  • NIMS ​ICS ​100/200 ​Single ​Resources ​and ​Initial ​Action ​Incidents
  • NIMS ​ICS ​300 ​Intermediate ​ICS ​for ​Expanding ​Incidents


Minimum ​Number ​of ​Class ​Participants: 7 ​participants

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June
Class Date Name of Course TRG Course Code
6/3 ICS 966 Documentation Unit Lead (DOCL) TRG ICS 966
Course ​Overview: This ​course ​provides ​roles ​and ​responsibilities ​during ​the ​planning ​cycle ​to ​capture ​and ​file ​essential ​documents ​and ​information ​from ​planning ​meetings ​and ​individuals.

Specific ​Course ​Takeaways:
  • Understand ​the ​importance ​of ​the ​roles ​& ​responsibilities ​of ​the ​Documentation ​Unit. ​
  • Determine ​where ​documentation ​personnel ​can ​be ​inserted ​into ​key ​processes ​within ​the ​incident ​organization.
  • Manage ​the ​document ​workload ​of ​an ​incident. ​Use ​the ​available ​ICS ​tools ​to ​document ​planning ​cycle ​meetings ​and ​significant ​events.
  • ​Identify ​key ​outcomes ​of ​each ​work ​period ​and ​meeting ​through ​the ​proactive ​phase ​of ​an ​incident.
NIMS Compliance: This ​course ​meets ​the ​objectives ​outlined ​in ​the ​National ​Incident ​Management ​System.

Target ​Audience:
  • ​Planning ​Section ​Chiefs
  • ​Documentation ​Unit ​Leaders
  • Documentation ​Unit ​Representatives

Duration:
8 ​hours
Breakfast, ​snacks, ​beverages ​and ​lunch ​are ​all ​included ​in ​the ​course.

Pre-requisite ​(recommended):
  • NIMS ​ICS ​100/200 ​Single ​Resources ​and ​Initial ​Action ​Incidents
  • NIMS ​ICS ​300 ​Intermediate ​ICS ​for ​Expanding ​Incidents


Minimum ​Number ​of ​Class ​Participants: 7 ​participants

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6/4 ICS 965 Resource Unit Lead (RESL) TRG ICS 965
Course ​Overview: This course discusses the importance of resource tracking processes during all phases of an ​incident; ​and ​also ​identifies ​ICS ​tools ​to ​be ​used ​to ​manage, ​track ​and ​provide ​briefing ​on ​incident ​resources ​during ​the ​planning ​cycle.


Specific ​Course ​Takeaways:
  • Understand ​the ​importance ​of ​the ​roles ​and ​responsibilities ​of ​the ​Resource ​Unit ​Leader.
  • ​​Understand ​the ​ICS ​forms ​and ​tools ​used ​by ​the ​Resource ​Unit ​Leader.
  • ​​Identify ​what ​type ​of ​support ​plans ​may ​be ​developed ​within ​the ​Resource ​Unit.
  • Create ​a ​procurement ​process ​to ​fit ​the ​organization’s ​needs.
  • Use ​procurement ​modules ​to ​track ​equipment ​and ​supplies.
Target ​Audience:
  • Planning ​​Section ​​Chiefs
  • Resource ​​Unit ​​Leaders
  • Check-in ​Recorders
  • ​Staging ​Area ​Managers ​(optional)

Duration:
8 ​hours
Breakfast, ​snacks, ​beverages ​and ​lunch ​are ​all ​included ​in ​the ​course.

Pre-requisite ​(recommended):
  • NIMS ​ICS ​100/200 ​Single ​Resources ​and ​Initial ​Action ​Incidents
  • NIMS ​ICS ​300 ​Intermediate ​ICS ​for ​Expanding ​Incidents


Minimum ​Number ​of ​Class ​Participants: 6 ​participants

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6/5 ICS 964 Situation Unit Lead (SITL) TRG ICS 964
Course ​Overview: Understanding ​the ​roles ​and ​responsibilities ​of ​the ​situation ​unit ​is ​essential ​to ​maintaining ​situational ​awareness ​for ​the ​entire ​emergency ​response ​organization.

This ​process ​driven ​“survival” ​course ​provides ​a ​general ​overview ​of ​your ​role ​and ​the ​importance ​of ​understanding ​what ​interactions ​you ​have ​with ​each ​functional ​section ​of ​the ​General ​Staff. ​

Our ​experienced ​facilitators ​will ​provide ​ICS ​tools ​to ​be ​used ​to ​establish ​and ​maintain ​situational ​awareness ​and ​maintain ​an ​effective ​common ​operating ​picture. ​The ​participants ​will ​establish ​a ​situation ​status ​display ​and ​practice ​providing ​situational ​status ​summaries ​for ​the ​planning ​cycle ​meetings.


Specific ​Course ​Takeaways:
  • Understand ​the ​roles ​and ​responsibilities ​of ​the ​situation ​unit ​and ​why ​it’s ​essential ​to ​the ​emergency ​response ​organization.
  • ​Develop ​a ​process ​to ​establish ​and ​maintain ​a ​situation ​status ​display.
  • Understand ​the ​key ​interactions ​the ​Situation ​Unit ​needs ​to ​develop ​within ​the ​ICS ​organization.
  • Use ​available ​ICS ​tools ​and ​reports ​to ​help ​the ​Situation ​Unit ​efficiently ​manage ​situational ​awareness.
NIMS Compliance: This ​course ​meets ​the ​objectives ​outlined ​in ​the ​National ​Incident ​Management ​System.

Target ​Audience:
  • Planning ​Section ​Chiefs
  • ​Situation ​Unit ​Leader
  • Situation ​Unit ​Members

Duration:
8 ​hours
Breakfast, ​snacks, ​beverages ​and ​lunch ​are ​all ​included ​in ​the ​course.

Pre-requisite ​(recommended):
  • NIMS ​ICS ​100/200 ​Single ​Resources ​and ​Initial ​Action ​Incidents
  • NIMS ​ICS ​300 ​Intermediate ​ICS ​for ​Expanding ​Incidents


Minimum ​Number ​of ​Class ​Participants: 6 ​participants

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6/6-7 ICS 962 Planning Section Chief (PSC) TRG ICS 962
Course ​Overview: This ​process ​driven ​course ​is ​led ​by ​experienced ​trainers ​to ​facilitate ​in-depth ​discussions ​of ​the ​Planning ​Section ​Chief's ​roles ​and ​responsibilities ​from ​the ​initial ​response, ​through ​the ​planning ​process ​for ​the ​next ​operational ​period ​and ​the ​demobilization ​of ​incident/event ​resources.

Hands-on ​experience ​through ​exercises ​and ​briefings ​will ​re-enforce ​the ​understanding ​of ​managing ​the ​planning ​cycle ​process, ​facilitating ​planning ​meetings ​and ​the ​development ​of ​a ​detailed ​incident ​action ​plan.

Specific ​Course ​Takeaways:
  • Understand ​the ​importance ​of ​the ​roles ​and ​responsibilities ​of ​the ​Planning ​Section ​through ​the ​planning ​cycle ​process.
  • ​Facilitate ​planning ​cycle ​meetings ​and ​briefings.
  • ​Understand ​the ​importance ​of ​managing ​the ​planning ​cycle ​process.
  • Demonstrate ​the ​ability ​to ​compile ​a ​detailed ​incident ​action ​plan.
NIMS Compliance: This ​course ​meets ​the ​objectives ​outlined ​in ​the ​National ​Incident ​Management ​System.

Target ​Audience:
  • Planning ​Section ​Chief
  • ​Deputy ​Planning ​Section ​Chief
  • Planning ​Section ​Unit ​Leaders

Duration:
16 ​hours
Breakfast, ​snacks, ​beverages ​and ​lunch ​are ​all ​included ​in ​the ​course.

Pre-requisite ​(recommended):
  • NIMS ​ICS ​100/200 ​Single ​Resources ​and ​Initial ​Action ​Incidents
  • NIMS ​ICS ​300 ​Intermediate ​ICS ​for ​Expanding ​Incidents


Minimum ​Number ​of ​Class ​Participants: 7 ​participants

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6/11-12 ICS 400 For Command & General Staff Complex Incidents TRG ICS 400
Course ​Overview: The ​​Response ​​Group ​​has ​​developed ​​material ​​used ​​collaboratively ​​by ​​the ​​National ​​Wildfire ​​Coordinating ​​Group, ​​Department ​​of ​​Homeland ​​Security ​​and ​​the ​​U.S. ​​Coast ​​Guard ​​with ​​topics, ​​scenarios ​​and ​​discussion ​​based ​​around ​​the ​​emergency ​​response ​​organizations ​​within ​​the ​​private ​​sector. ​This ​course ​provides ​training ​for ​personnel ​who ​require ​advanced ​application ​of ​the ​Incident ​Command ​System ​(ICS) ​within ​a ​complex ​incident. ​This ​course ​expands ​upon ​information ​covered ​in ​ICS ​100 ​through ​ICS ​300 ​courses, ​which ​are ​prerequisites ​for ​the ​ICS ​400 ​course.

Specific ​Course ​Takeaways:
  • Explain ​how ​major ​incidents ​engender ​special ​management ​challenges.
  • Describe ​the ​circumstances ​in ​which ​an ​Area ​Command ​is ​established.
  • Describe ​the ​circumstances ​in ​which ​Multi-Agency ​Coordination ​Systems ​are established.
NIMS Compliance: This ​course ​is ​NIMS ​compliant ​and ​meets ​the ​NIMS ​baseline ​training ​requirements ​for ​the ICS ​400 ​course.

Target ​Audience:
  • Emergency ​Management ​Team ​members
  • ​Agency ​administrators
  • Department ​heads
  • ​​Emergency ​managers
  • Area ​Commanders ​and ​Multi-Agency ​Coordination ​System/Emergency Operations ​Center

Duration:
16 ​hours
Breakfast, ​snacks, ​beverages ​and ​lunch ​are ​all ​included ​in ​the ​course.

Pre-requisite ​(recommended):
  • NIMS ​ICS ​100/200 ​Single ​Resources ​and ​Initial ​Action ​Incidents
  • NIMS ​ICS ​300 ​Intermediate ​ICS ​for ​Expanding ​Incidents


Minimum ​Number ​of ​Class ​Participants: 7 ​participants

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July
Class Date Name of Course TRG Course Code
7/2 Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) Awareness HAZH2S4
Course ​Overview: This ​Industry ​required ​4-Hour ​Hydrogen ​Sulfide ​(H2S) ​course ​is ​for ​individuals ​who ​work ​and ​respond ​in ​the ​oil ​and ​gas ​industry. ​Hydrogen ​Sulfide ​(H2S) ​is ​a ​deadly ​gas ​that ​can ​kill ​or ​injure ​workers ​in ​a ​very ​short ​time. ​OSHA ​mandates ​that ​employees ​be ​trained ​on ​procedures, ​policies, ​hazards ​and ​equipment ​that ​are ​specific ​to ​your ​business.

Specific ​Course ​Takeaways:
  • Knowledge ​of ​the ​physical ​and ​chemical ​properties ​of ​Hydrogen ​Sulfide.
  • Knowledge ​of ​American ​National ​Standards ​Institute ​(ANSI) ​American ​Society ​of ​Safety ​Engineers ​(ASSE) ​Z390-1-2006 ​standard ​“Acceptable ​Practices ​for ​Hydrogen ​Sulfide ​(H2S) ​Training ​Programs”.
  • Knowledge ​of ​safe ​work ​procedures ​when ​working ​with ​Hydrogen ​Sulfide.
  • Understand ​how ​to ​detect ​and ​monitor ​H2S.
  • Know ​how ​to ​don/doff ​respiratory ​protection ​equipment ​in ​an ​emergency.
  • Understand ​the ​relevant ​H2S ​Plan ​and ​what’s ​expected ​of ​you ​during ​an ​emergency ​incident.
Compliance: This ​course ​will ​provide ​the ​classroom ​requirements ​as ​outlined ​in ​American ​National ​Standards ​Institute ​(ANSI) ​American ​Society ​of ​ ​Safety ​Engineers ​(ASSE) ​Z390-1-2006 ​standard ​“Acceptable ​Practices ​for ​Hydrogen ​Sulfide ​(H2S) ​Training ​Programs”.

Target ​Audience: All ​personnel ​who ​respond ​to ​the ​releases ​of ​hazardous ​substances ​in ​a ​defensive ​manner, ​without ​trying ​to ​stop ​the ​release.

Duration:
4 ​hours
Breakfast, ​snacks, ​and ​beverages ​are ​all ​included ​in ​the ​course. ​

Pre-requisite ​(recommended): Successful ​completion ​of ​ICS-100 ​and ​ICS-200

Minimum ​Number ​of ​Class ​Participants: 6 ​participants

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7/9 8-HR HAZWOPER Refresher HAZREF8
Course ​Overview: Has ​it ​been ​a ​year ​since ​you ​last ​completed ​your ​HAZWOPER ​course? ​This ​OSHA ​8 ​Hour ​HAZWOPER ​Refresher ​course ​will ​provide ​everything ​you ​need ​to ​remain ​up ​to ​date ​on ​all ​HAZWOPER ​policies ​and ​standards ​as ​outlined ​in ​29 ​CFR ​1910.120.

Specific ​Course ​Takeaways:
  • Know ​the ​appropriate ​points ​of ​contact ​for ​site ​safety ​and ​health ​personnel ​for ​spill ​response.
  • ​Know ​the ​safety, ​health, ​and ​other ​hazards ​present ​during ​oil ​spill ​clean ​up.
  • ​Know ​safe ​clean ​up ​work ​practices ​including ​decontamination ​procedures ​to ​minimize ​risks.
  • ​Know ​how ​to ​use ​available ​controls ​and ​equipment, ​including ​contamination ​control ​procedures ​and ​PPE ​to ​minimize ​risk.
  • Know ​the ​medical ​surveillance ​requirements.
  • Know ​the ​contents ​of ​the ​site ​safety ​and ​health ​plan ​for ​a ​specific ​cleanup.
  • Know ​and ​be ​able ​to ​recognize ​signs ​and ​symptoms ​of ​overexposure ​to ​hazards ​present.
OSHA Compliance:
This ​course ​will ​provide ​the ​classroom ​requirements ​as ​outlined ​in ​29 ​CFR ​1910.120.

Target ​Audience: All ​personnel ​who ​need ​to ​have ​HAZWOPER ​refresher ​training ​that ​falls ​under ​the ​following ​OSHA ​regulations:
  • ​Hazardous ​Material ​Technician; ​29 ​CFR ​1910.120 ​(q)(6)(iii)
  • Hazardous ​Material ​Specialist; ​29 ​CFR ​1910.120 ​(q)(6)(iv)
  • ​General ​Spill ​Site ​Worker; ​29 ​CFR ​1910.120 ​(e)(3)(i)
Duration:
8 ​hours
Breakfast, ​snacks, ​beverages ​and ​lunch ​are ​all ​included ​in ​the ​course.

Minimum ​Number ​of ​Class ​Participants: 6 ​participants

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7/23-24 ICS 967 Logistics Section Chief (LSC) TRG ICS 967
Course ​Overview: This ​​course ​​shows ​​which ​​forms ​​and ​​reports ​​are ​​critical ​​in ​​providing ​​the ​​incident ​​with ​​logistical ​​services ​​and ​​support.

Experienced ​​trainers ​​will ​​lead ​​a ​​facilitated ​​training ​​to ​​explore ​​an ​​in-depth ​​discussion ​​of ​​roles ​​and ​​responsibilities ​​and ​​how ​​to ​​create ​​a ​​procurement ​​process ​​to ​​fit ​​the ​​organization’s ​​needs. ​

Hands-on ​​experiences ​​will ​​help ​​better ​​understand ​​the ​​development ​​of ​​the ​​support ​​plans ​​that ​​the ​​Logistics ​​Section ​​is ​​responsible ​​for ​​and ​​to ​​efficiently ​​use ​​the ​​procurement ​​modules ​​to ​​order ​​equipment ​​and ​​supplies.

Specific ​Course ​Takeaways:
  • Understand ​the ​importance ​of ​the ​roles ​and ​responsibilities ​of ​the ​Logistics ​Section.
  • ​Explore ​the ​process ​of ​using ​available ​ICS ​forms ​and ​tools.
  • Develop ​logistical ​support ​plans.
  • ​Create ​a ​procurement ​process ​to ​fit ​the ​organization’s ​needs.
  • Use ​procurement ​modules ​to ​order ​equipment ​and ​supplies.
NIMS Compliance: This ​course ​meets ​the ​objectives ​outlined ​in ​the ​National ​Incident ​Management ​System.

Target ​Audience:
  • Logistics ​Section ​Chief
  • ​Deputy ​Logistics ​Section ​Chief
  • ​Support ​and ​Service ​Branch ​Directors
  • Logistics ​Section ​Unit ​Leaders

Duration:
16 ​hours
Breakfast, ​snacks, ​beverages ​and ​lunch ​are ​all ​included ​in ​the ​course.

Pre-requisite ​(recommended):
  • NIMS ​ICS ​100/200 ​Single ​Resources ​and ​Initial ​Action ​Incidents
  • NIMS ​ICS ​300 ​Intermediate ​ICS ​for ​Expanding ​Incidents


Minimum ​Number ​of ​Class ​Participants: 7 ​participants

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7/25 ICS 973 Finance Section Chief (FSC) TRG ICS 973
Course ​Overview: This ​course ​is ​designed ​to ​provide ​a ​robust ​understanding ​of ​the ​roles ​and ​responsibilities ​of ​the ​Finance/Admin. ​Section ​Chief ​and ​Finance ​Unit ​Leaders. ​Through ​facilitated ​discussions ​and ​exercises, ​participants ​will ​understand ​how ​critical ​their ​roles ​and ​responsibilities ​are ​to ​the ​overall ​success ​of ​the ​incident/event ​and ​the ​Incident ​Management ​Team.

Specific ​Course ​Takeaways:
  • ​Demonstrate, ​​through ​​exercises ​​and ​​a ​​final ​​exam, ​​an ​​understanding ​​of ​​the ​​duties, ​​responsibilities, ​​and ​​capabilities ​​of ​​an ​​effective ​​Finance/Admin. ​​Section ​​Chief.
  • ​Describe ​​how ​​to ​​gather, ​​organize ​​and ​​communicate ​​information ​​necessary ​​to ​​perform ​​as ​​a ​​member ​​of ​​the ​​Finance/Admin. ​​Section.
  • ​​​Identify ​​key ​​strategies ​​for ​​interacting ​​with ​​members ​​of ​​the ​​Incident ​​Management ​​Team ​​and ​​personnel ​​outside ​​of ​​the ​​IMT. ​
  • Understand ​​the ​​importance ​​and ​​roles ​​of ​​the ​​Finance/Admin. ​​Section ​​Chief ​​during ​​the ​​planning ​​cycle ​​process.
NIMS Compliance: This ​course ​meets ​the ​objectives ​outlined ​in ​the ​National ​Incident ​Management ​System.

Target ​Audience:
  • Finance/Admin. ​Section ​Chiefs
  • ​Deputy ​Finance/Admin. ​Section ​Chiefs
  • Finance/Admin. ​Unit ​Leaders

Duration:
8 ​hours
Breakfast, ​snacks, ​beverages ​and ​lunch ​are ​all ​included ​in ​the ​course.

Pre-requisite ​(recommended):
  • NIMS ​ICS ​100/200 ​Single ​Resources ​and ​Initial ​Action ​Incidents
  • NIMS ​ICS ​300 ​Intermediate ​ICS ​for ​Expanding ​Incidents


Minimum ​Number ​of ​Class ​Participants: 6 ​participants

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August
Class Date Name of Course TRG Course Code
8/7 ICS 349 Environmental Unit Lead (ENVL) TRG ICS 349
Course ​Overview: Reviews ​the ​roles, ​responsibilities ​and ​ICS ​tools ​for ​the ​environmental ​unit ​to ​ensure ​environmental ​concerns ​are ​identified ​within ​the ​planning ​process ​by ​using ​applicable ​plans ​and ​ICS ​forms.

Specific ​Course ​Takeaways:
  • Understand ​the ​importance ​of ​the ​roles ​& ​responsibilities ​of ​the ​Environmental ​Unit.
  • Understand ​the ​ICS ​forms ​and ​tools ​used ​by ​the ​Environmental ​Unit.
  • Identify ​what ​type ​of ​support ​plans ​may ​be ​developed ​within ​the ​Environmental ​Unit.
  • Create ​a ​procurement ​process ​to ​fit ​the ​organization’s ​needs.
  • Use ​procurement ​modules ​to ​order ​equipment ​and ​supplies.
Target ​Audience:
  • Planning ​Section ​Chiefs
  • Environmental ​Unit ​Leader
  • Environmental ​Unit Representatives

Duration:
8 ​hours
Breakfast, ​snacks, ​beverages ​and ​lunch ​are ​all ​included ​in ​the ​course.

Pre-requisite ​(recommended):
  • NIMS ​ICS ​100/200 ​Single ​Resources ​and ​Initial ​Action ​Incidents
  • NIMS ​ICS ​300 ​Intermediate ​ICS ​for ​Expanding ​Incidents


Minimum ​Number ​of ​Class ​Participants: 6 ​participants

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September
Class Date Name of Course TRG Course Code
9/11-12 ICS 950 Incident Commander (IC) TRG ICS 950
Course ​Overview: This ​course ​will ​provide ​roles ​and ​responsibilities ​for ​the ​Incident ​Commander ​in ​developing ​the ​common ​operating ​picture ​for ​an ​incident. ​Experienced ​trainers ​will ​lead ​in-depth ​discussions ​and ​exercises ​that ​focus ​on ​developing ​an ​ICS ​organization, ​interaction ​with ​regulatory ​agencies ​and ​their ​emergency ​response ​organization, ​and ​processes ​to ​sustain ​ongoing ​operations.


Specific ​Course ​Takeaways:
  • Understand ​basic ​Incident ​Command ​System ​fundamentals ​for ​the ​reactive ​and ​proactive ​phases ​of ​an ​incident.
  • ​How ​to ​conduct ​an ​ICS ​201 ​Incident ​Briefing.
  • Understand ​the ​interactions ​within ​the ​members ​of ​the ​Unified ​Command.
  • ​Identify ​incident ​complexity ​and ​incident ​potential.
  • Develop ​​limitations, ​​constraints ​​and ​​critical ​information ​​reporting ​​criteria.
  • Understand ​the ​roles ​and ​responsibilities ​of ​the ​Incident ​Commander ​through ​the ​planning ​cycle ​process.
NIMS Compliance: This ​course ​meets ​the ​objectives ​outlined ​in ​the ​National ​Incident ​Management ​System.

Target ​Audience:
  • Incident ​Commanders
  • Deputy ​Incident ​Commanders

Duration:
16 ​hours
Breakfast, ​snacks, ​beverages ​and ​lunch ​are ​all ​included ​in ​the ​course.

Pre-requisite ​(recommended):
  • NIMS ​ICS ​100/200 ​Single ​Resources ​and ​Initial ​Action ​Incidents
  • NIMS ​ICS ​300 ​Intermediate ​ICS ​for ​Expanding ​Incidents


Minimum ​Number ​of ​Class ​Participants: 6 ​participants

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9/17 ICS 956 Liaison Officer (LOFR) TRG ICS 956
Course ​Overview: This ​course ​provides ​Liaison ​Officers ​and ​their ​assistants ​with ​an ​understanding ​of ​the ​duties, ​responsibilities, ​and ​capabilities ​of ​an ​effective ​Liaison ​Officer ​on ​an ​All-Hazards ​Incident ​Management ​Team. ​Exercises, ​simulations, ​discussions, ​and ​a ​final ​exam ​enable ​participants ​to ​process ​and ​apply ​their ​new ​knowledge.

Specific ​Course ​Takeaways:
  • Understand ​the ​importance ​of ​the ​roles ​and ​responsibilities ​for ​the ​Liaison ​Officer.
  • ​Discuss ​the ​steps ​of ​conducting ​a ​Town ​Hall ​meeting.
  • Develop ​logistical ​support ​plans. ​Determine ​the ​differences ​between ​Assisting ​Agencies, ​Cooperating ​Agencies ​and ​Stakeholders.
Target ​Audience:
  • ​Liaison ​Officers
  • ​​Assistant ​Liaison ​Officers

Duration:
8 ​hours
Breakfast, ​snacks, ​beverages ​and ​lunch ​are ​all ​included ​in ​the ​course.

Pre-requisite ​(recommended):
  • NIMS ​ICS ​100/200 ​Single ​Resources ​and ​Initial ​Action ​Incidents
  • NIMS ​ICS ​300 ​Intermediate ​ICS ​for ​Expanding ​Incidents
  • NIMS ​ICS ​400 ​ICS ​for ​Command ​& ​General ​Staff ​and ​Complex ​Incidents


Minimum ​Number ​of ​Class ​Participants: 6 ​participants

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9/18 ICS 952 Public Information Officer (PIO) TRG ICS 952
Course ​Overview: This ​course ​is ​designed ​for ​Public ​Information ​Officer’s ​(PIO) ​assigned ​to ​an ​incident ​as ​a ​member ​of ​an ​All-Hazards ​Incident ​Management ​Team. ​The ​course ​material ​is ​also ​applicable ​if ​assigned ​as ​an ​Assistant ​PIO. ​This ​course ​will ​help ​participants ​develop ​a ​clear ​understanding ​of ​tools, ​skills ​and ​knowledge ​needed ​to ​be ​a ​successful ​PIO ​within ​an ​Incident ​Command ​System ​style ​organization. ​Students ​will ​learn ​and ​practice ​their ​roles ​and ​responsibilities ​within ​the ​organization ​as ​they ​relate ​to ​the ​Incident ​Management ​Team ​in ​an ​all-hazards ​environment. ​The ​course ​material ​does ​not ​assume ​or ​require ​experience ​as ​a ​PIO, ​but ​also ​is ​not ​a ​basic ​PIO ​course. ​Exercises, ​simulations, ​discussions, ​and ​a ​final ​exam ​enable ​participants ​to ​process ​and ​apply ​their ​new ​knowledge.

Specific ​Course ​Takeaways:
  • ​Understand ​the ​importance ​of ​the ​roles ​and ​responsibilities ​for ​the ​Public ​Information ​Officer.
  • ​​Understand ​​the ​​importance ​​and ​​roles ​​of ​​the ​​Joint ​​Information ​​System ​​and ​​the ​​Joint ​​Information ​​Center.
  • ​​Identify ​​and ​​manage ​​social ​​media ​​communication ​​channels.
NIMS Compliance: This ​course ​meets ​the ​objectives ​outlined ​in ​the ​National ​Incident ​Management ​System.

Target ​Audience:
  • Public ​​Information ​​Officers
  • ​Assistant ​​Public ​​Information ​​Officers

Duration:
8 ​hours
Breakfast, ​snacks, ​beverages ​and ​lunch ​are ​all ​included ​in ​the ​course.

Pre-requisite ​(recommended):
  • NIMS ​ICS ​100/200 ​Single ​Resources ​and ​Initial ​Action ​Incidents
  • NIMS ​ICS ​300 ​Intermediate ​ICS ​for ​Expanding ​Incidents
  • NIMS ​ICS ​400 ​ICS ​for ​Command ​& ​General ​Staff ​and ​Complex ​Incidents


Minimum ​Number ​of ​Class ​Participants: 6 ​participants

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9/19 ICS 954 Safety Officer (SOFR) TRG ICS 954
Course ​Overview: This ​​course ​​will ​identify ​​roles ​​and ​​responsibilities ​that ​​the ​​Safety ​​Officer ​​needs ​​during ​​the ​​reactive ​​and ​​proactive ​​phases ​​of ​​an ​​incident. ​​Understand ​​​key ​​functions ​​that ​​a ​​Safety ​​Officer ​​needs ​​to ​​develop ​​their ​​safety ​​organization ​​around.

Specific ​Course ​Takeaways:
  • Understand ​the ​importance ​of ​the ​roles ​and ​responsibilities ​of ​the ​Safety ​Officer.
  • ​Discuss ​the ​steps ​of ​developing ​Site ​Safety ​Plans ​for ​an ​incident.
  • Develop ​a ​Safety ​Analysis ​with ​standardized ​ICS ​forms.
  • ​Understand ​the ​importance ​and ​roles ​of ​the ​Safety ​Officer ​during ​the ​planning ​cycle ​process.
NIMS Compliance: This ​course ​meets ​the ​objectives ​outlined ​in ​the ​National ​Incident ​Management ​System.

Target ​Audience:
  • Safety ​Officers
  • ​​Industrial ​Hygienists
  • ​Field ​safety ​personnel
  • Qualified ​Individuals

Duration:
8 ​hours
Breakfast, ​snacks, ​beverages ​and ​lunch ​are ​all ​included ​in ​the ​course.

Pre-requisite ​(recommended):
  • NIMS ​ICS ​100/200 ​Single ​Resources ​and ​Initial ​Action ​Incidents
  • NIMS ​ICS ​300 ​Intermediate ​ICS ​for ​Expanding ​Incidents


Minimum ​Number ​of ​Class ​Participants: 6 ​participants

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October
Class Date Name of Course TRG Course Code
10/1 IAP Introduction TRG IAP INTRO
Course ​Overview: This ​​courses ​​provides ​​a ​​solid ​​foundation ​​of ​​the ​​IAP ​​Software, ​as ​well ​as ​​the ​​basic ​​navigation ​​and ​​functionalities ​​of ​​the ​​software. ​The ​course ​also ​​teaches ​​the ​​basic ​​concepts ​of ​​developing ​​an ​​initial ​​incident ​​action ​​plan ​​using ​​the ​​basic ​​reports ​​and ​​ICS ​​201 ​​incident ​​briefing ​​forms.

Specific ​Course ​Takeaways:
  • Familiarization ​of ​the ​basic ​features ​and ​capabilities ​of ​the ​IAP ​Software.
  • Hands-on ​navigation ​through ​the ​reactive ​phase ​ICS ​forms ​to ​develop ​an ​initial ​incident ​action ​plan.
Target ​Audience: Incident ​Action ​Plan ​Software ​Users

Duration:
8 ​hours
Breakfast, ​snacks, ​beverages ​and ​lunch ​are ​all ​included ​in ​the ​course.

Pre-requisite ​(recommended): Successful ​completion ​of ​ICS-100 ​and ​ICS-200

Minimum ​Number ​of ​Class ​Participants: 6 ​participants

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10/2 IAP Advanced TRG IAP ADV
Course ​Overview: This ​course ​provides ​IAP ​Software ​users ​with ​the ​navigation ​and ​use ​of ​ICS ​forms ​and ​reports ​for ​sustaining ​ongoing ​incident ​operations ​through ​the ​proactive ​phase. ​

Specific ​Course ​Takeaways:
  • Creating ​additional ​operational ​periods.
  • ​Maintaining ​situational ​awareness.
  • Establishing ​planning ​cycle ​meetings ​and ​using ​the ​Planning ​P ​Meeting ​Organizer.
  • Effective ​use ​of ​the ​ICS ​233, ​Open ​Item ​Tracker.
  • Working ​with ​incident ​resources ​from ​procuring ​to ​demobilizing.
  • Tactical ​Planning ​Process ​- ​Using ​ICS ​Forms ​ICS ​202, ​234, ​215, ​215a, ​215e, ​207, ​204.
  • Using ​the ​Common ​Operating ​Picture.
  • Developing ​a ​detailed ​incident ​action ​plan.
Target ​Audience: Incident ​Action ​Plan ​Software ​Users

Duration:
8 ​hours ​
Breakfast, ​snacks, ​beverages ​and ​lunch ​are ​all ​included ​in ​the ​course.

Pre-requisite ​(recommended): Successful ​completion ​of ​ICS ​100, ​ICS ​200, ​and ​ICS ​300

Minimum ​Number ​of ​Class ​Participants: 6 ​participants

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10/3 IAP Power User TRG IAP PWR
Course ​Overview: This ​course ​provides ​advanced ​IAP ​Software ​users ​with ​advanced ​functionality ​of ​the ​IAP ​Software ​including ​navigation ​set ​up, ​customizing ​the ​IAP ​Software ​to ​meet ​your ​organizational ​needs, ​preload ​of ​personnel ​and ​incident ​resources. ​

Specific ​Course ​Takeaways:
  • Demonstrate ​the ​customization ​features ​of ​the ​IAP ​Software.
  • Understanding ​of ​preload/template ​capabilities.
  • User/Incident ​maintenance.
  • Setting ​company ​user ​permissions.
  • Incident ​resource ​maintenance.
Target ​Audience: Incident ​Action ​Plan ​Software ​Administrative ​Users

Duration:
8 ​hours
Breakfast, ​snacks, ​beverages ​and ​lunch ​are ​all ​included ​in ​the ​course.

Pre-requisite ​(recommended): Experienced ​IAP ​Software ​User

Minimum ​Number ​of ​Class ​Participants: 6 ​participants

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10/15-17 24-HR Hazardous Materials Technician HAZTECH24
Course ​Overview: Hazardous ​materials ​technicians ​are ​individuals ​who ​respond ​to ​releases, ​or ​potential ​releases, ​for ​the ​purpose ​of ​stopping ​the ​release. ​They ​assume ​a ​more ​aggressive ​role ​than ​a ​first ​responder ​in ​that ​they ​will ​approach ​the ​point ​of ​release ​in ​order ​to ​plug, ​patch ​or ​otherwise ​stop ​the ​release ​of ​a ​hazardous ​substance.

Hazardous ​materials ​specialists ​are ​individuals ​who ​respond ​with, ​and ​provide ​support ​to, ​hazardous ​materials ​technicians. ​Their ​duties ​parallel ​those ​of ​the ​hazardous ​materials ​technician; ​however, ​those ​duties ​require ​a ​more ​directed ​knowledge ​of ​the ​various ​substances ​they ​may ​be ​called ​upon ​to ​contain. ​The ​hazardous ​materials ​specialist ​would ​also ​act ​as ​the ​site ​liaison ​with ​Federal, ​state, ​local ​and ​other ​government ​authorities ​in ​regards ​to ​site ​activities.

Specific ​Course ​Takeaways:
  • Know ​how ​to ​implement ​the ​employer’s ​emergency ​response ​plan.
  • ​Know ​how ​to ​use ​field ​survey ​instruments ​and ​equipment ​ ​to ​classify, ​identify, ​and ​verify ​known ​and ​unknown ​materials.
  • ​Be ​able ​to ​function ​within ​an ​assigned ​role ​in ​the ​Incident ​Command ​System.
  • ​Know ​how ​to ​select ​and ​use ​proper ​specialized ​personal ​protective ​equipment ​provided ​to ​the ​hazardous ​materials ​technician.
  • Understand ​and ​be ​able ​to ​apply ​hazard ​and ​risk ​assessment ​techniques.
  • Be ​able ​to ​perform ​advanced ​control, ​containment, ​and/or ​confinement ​operations ​within ​the ​capabilities ​of ​the ​resources ​and ​available ​personal ​protective ​equipment.
  • Understand ​and ​implement ​decontamination ​procedures.
  • ​Understand ​termination ​procedures.
  • ​Understand ​terminology ​and ​behavior ​of ​chemicals ​and ​their ​toxic ​effects.
  • ​Know ​how ​to ​use ​advanced ​survey ​instruments ​and ​equipment ​to ​classify, ​identify, ​and ​verify ​known ​and ​unknown ​materials.
  • ​Understand ​in-depth ​hazard ​and ​risk ​techniques.
  • Be ​able ​to ​determine ​and ​implement ​decontamination ​procedures.
  • Know ​how ​to ​implement ​the ​local ​emergency ​response ​plan.
  • ​Know ​the ​state ​emergency ​response ​plan.
  • ​Be ​able ​to ​develop ​a ​site ​safety ​and ​control ​plan.
  • ​​Understand ​chemical, ​radiological, ​and ​toxicological ​terminology ​and ​behavior.
  • Know ​basic ​hazard ​and ​risk ​assessment ​techniques.
  • Know ​how ​to ​select ​and ​use ​proper ​personal ​protective ​equipment ​necessary ​for ​the ​first ​responder ​operation ​level.
  • ​Understand ​basic ​hazardous ​materials ​terms.
  • ​Know ​how ​to ​perform ​basic ​control, ​containment, ​and/or ​confinement ​operations ​within ​the ​capabilities ​of ​the ​resources ​and ​available ​personal ​protective ​equipment.
  • Know ​how ​to ​implement ​basic ​decontamination ​procedures.
  • ​​Understand ​the ​relevant ​standard ​operating ​and ​termination ​procedures.
  • Understand ​the ​hazards ​of ​oil ​and ​the ​risks ​in ​a ​spill.
  • Understand ​what ​happens ​during ​an ​emergency ​involving ​spilled ​oil.
  • Recognize ​the ​presence ​of ​oil ​or ​related ​hazardous ​materials ​in ​an ​emergency.
  • ​Identify ​hazardous ​substances, ​if ​possible ​(e.g., ​appearance, ​smell, ​monitoring ​equipment).
  • Understand ​individual ​role ​in ​employer’s ​emergency ​response ​plan.
  • Recognize ​when ​help ​is ​needed ​and ​when ​to ​request ​assistance ​from ​the ​response ​plan.
OSHA Compliance: This ​course ​will ​provide ​the ​classroom ​requirements ​as ​outlined ​in ​29 ​CFR ​1910.120 ​(q)(6)(iii).

Duration:
24 ​hours
Breakfast, ​snacks, ​beverages ​and ​lunches ​are ​all ​included ​in ​the ​course.

Minimum ​Number ​of ​Class ​Participants: 7 ​participants

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November
Class Date Name of Course TRG Course Code
11/18 ICS 100/200 Initial Response TRG ICS 100200
Course ​Overview: The ​​Response ​​Group ​​has ​​combined ​​the ​NIMS ​​ICS ​​100 ​​and ​200 ​courses ​as ​​used ​collaboratively ​​by ​​the ​​National ​​Wildfire ​​Coordinating ​​Group, ​​Department ​​of ​​Homeland ​​Security ​​and ​​the ​​U.S. ​​Coast ​​Guard. ​​TRG ​uses ​​topics, ​​scenarios ​​and ​​discussion ​based ​​activities ​to ​meet ​course ​requirements ​as ​they ​relate ​to ​the ​private ​sector. ​​This ​​course ​​provides ​​a ​​successful ​​foundation ​​for ​​higher ​​level ​​ICS ​​training. ​​This ​​course ​​describes ​​the ​​history, ​​features ​​and ​​principles, ​​organizational ​​structure, ​​and ​​incident ​​management ​​concepts ​​for ​​single ​resources ​​and ​​initial ​​action ​​incidents.

Specific ​Course ​Takeaways:
  • Understand ​the ​basic ​fundamentals ​of ​an ​Incident ​Command ​System.
  • Develop ​an ​initial ​response ​organization.
  • Develop ​an ​ICS ​201 ​packet.
  • Conduct ​an ​ICS ​201 ​Incident ​Briefing.
NIMS Compliance: This ​course ​is ​NIMS ​compliant ​and ​meets ​the ​NIMS ​baseline ​training ​requirements ​for ​ICS ​100 ​and ​ICS ​200 ​courses.

Target ​Audience:
  • All ​Incident ​Management ​Team ​Members
  • Field ​Response ​Team ​Members
  • Qualified ​Individuals
  • Personnel ​involved ​with ​planning, ​response ​or ​recovery ​efforts.


Duration:
8 ​hours
Breakfast, ​snacks, ​beverages ​and ​lunch ​are ​all ​included ​in ​the ​course.

Pre-requisite ​(recommended): None

Minimum ​Number ​of ​Class ​Participants: 6 ​participants

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11/19-20 ICS 300 Intermediate TRG ICS 300
Course ​Overview: The ​​Response ​​Group ​​has ​​developed ​​material ​​used ​​collaboratively ​​by ​​the ​​National ​​Wildfire ​​Coordinating ​​Group, ​​Department ​​of ​​Homeland ​​Security ​​and ​​the ​​U.S. ​​Coast ​​Guard ​​with ​​topics, ​​scenarios ​​and ​​discussion ​​based ​​around ​​the ​​emergency ​​response ​​organizations ​​within ​​the ​​private ​​sector. ​​This ​​course ​​will ​​identify ​​purpose, ​​participant ​​involvement ​​and ​​key ​​outcomes ​​through ​​the ​​meetings ​​and ​​work ​​periods ​​of ​​the ​​planning ​​cycle; ​​including ​​developing ​​and ​​briefing ​​on ​​incident ​​objectives, ​​strategies ​​and ​​tactics ​​for ​​the ​​next ​​operational ​​period.

Specific ​Course ​Takeaways:
  • Understand ​the ​process ​of ​planning ​work ​assignments ​for ​the ​next ​operational ​period ​(NOP).
  • ​Describe ​the ​meetings ​of ​the ​proactive ​phase.
  • Understand ​and ​use ​available ​ICS ​tools ​to ​guide ​the ​Incident ​Management ​Team ​through ​the ​proactive ​phase ​process.
  • Conduct ​a ​planning ​cycle ​meeting.
NIMS Compliance: This ​course ​is ​NIMS ​compliant ​and ​meets ​the ​NIMS ​Baseline ​Training ​requirements ​for ​the ​ICS ​300 ​course.

Target ​Audience:
  • All ​​Incident ​​Management ​​Team ​​Members, ​Field ​​Response ​​Team ​​Members
  • ​Personnel ​​involved ​​with ​​planning, ​​response ​​or ​​recovery ​​efforts.
Duration:
16 ​hours
Breakfast, ​snacks, ​beverages ​and ​lunch ​are ​all ​included ​in ​the ​course.

Pre-requisite ​(recommended): NIMS ​ICS ​100/200 ​Single ​Resources ​and ​Initial ​Action ​Incidents

Minimum ​Number ​of ​Class ​Participants: 7 ​participants

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December
Class Date Name of Course TRG Course Code
12/4-5 ICS 220 Initial Response For IMT Members TRG ICS 220
Course ​Overview: While ​developing ​a ​team ​approach ​to ​incident ​management, ​ICS-220 ​focuses ​on ​the ​functions ​of ​Command ​and ​key ​members ​of ​the ​Command ​Staff, ​General ​Staff, ​and ​select ​Unit ​Leaders ​during ​the ​initial ​response ​phase ​of ​an ​incident. ​Commencing ​from ​the ​earliest ​stages ​of ​an ​incident, ​this ​course ​reviews ​functional ​responsibilities ​and ​the ​contributions ​of ​each ​position ​to ​the ​development ​of ​an ​initial response ​organization, ​to ​include ​creating ​the ​ICS-201, ​Incident ​Briefing ​Form, ​to ​serve ​as ​the ​initial ​action ​worksheet.

Specific ​Course ​Takeaways:
  • Provide ​members ​of ​the ​Incident ​Management ​Team ​with ​an ​understanding ​of ​the ​team ​approach ​to ​incident ​management.
  • Train ​and ​exercise ​personnel ​to ​effectively ​perform ​their ​roles ​and ​responsibilities ​during ​initial ​response ​to ​an ​incident.
  • Understand ​the ​relationship ​of ​the ​Incident ​Management ​Team ​during ​the ​initial ​response ​to ​an ​incident.
  • Integration ​of ​the ​Simplified ​Planning ​Cycle ​process ​(Plan, ​Do, ​Check, ​Adjust)
Target ​Audience: Responders ​who ​will ​be ​expected ​to ​perform ​as ​part ​of ​an ​Initial ​Response ​organization ​on ​a ​Tier ​1 ​/ ​Type ​3 ​Incident.

Duration:
Option ​1: ​8 ​hours ​incorporating ​a ​scenario-based ​training ​exercise.
Option ​2: ​16 ​hours ​including ​a ​Day ​2 ​functional ​exercise ​and ​transition.

Pre-requisite ​(recommended): Successful ​completion ​of ​ICS-100 ​and ​ICS-200

Minimum ​Number ​of ​Class ​Participants: 7 ​participants

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12/9-10 ICS 400 For Command & General Staff and Complex Incidents TRG ICS 400
Course ​Overview: The ​​Response ​​Group ​​has ​​developed ​​material ​​used ​​collaboratively ​​by ​​the ​​National ​​Wildfire ​​Coordinating ​​Group, ​​Department ​​of ​​Homeland ​​Security ​​and ​​the ​​U.S. ​​Coast ​​Guard ​​with ​​topics, ​​scenarios ​​and ​​discussion ​​based ​​around ​​the ​​emergency ​​response ​​organizations ​​within ​​the ​​private ​​sector. ​This ​course ​provides ​training ​for ​personnel ​who ​require ​advanced ​application ​of ​the ​Incident ​Command ​System ​(ICS) ​within ​a ​complex ​incident. ​This ​course ​expands ​upon ​information ​covered ​in ​ICS ​100 ​through ​ICS ​300 ​courses, ​which ​are ​prerequisites ​for ​the ​ICS ​400 ​course.

Specific ​Course ​Takeaways:
  • Explain ​how ​major ​incidents ​engender ​special ​management ​challenges.
  • Describe ​the ​circumstances ​in ​which ​an ​Area ​Command ​is ​established.
  • Describe ​the ​circumstances ​in ​which ​Multi-Agency ​Coordination ​Systems ​are established.
NIMS Compliance: This ​course ​is ​NIMS ​compliant ​and ​meets ​the ​NIMS ​baseline ​training ​requirements ​for ​the ICS ​400 ​course.

Target ​Audience:
  • Emergency ​Management ​Team ​members
  • ​Agency ​administrators
  • Department ​heads
  • ​​Emergency ​managers
  • Area ​Commanders ​and ​Multi-Agency ​Coordination ​System/Emergency Operations ​Center

Duration:
16 ​hours
Breakfast, ​snacks, ​beverages ​and ​lunch ​are ​all ​included ​in ​the ​course.

Pre-requisite ​(recommended):
  • NIMS ​ICS ​100/200 ​Single ​Resources ​and ​Initial ​Action ​Incidents
  • NIMS ​ICS ​300 ​Intermediate ​ICS ​for ​Expanding ​Incidents


Minimum ​Number ​of ​Class ​Participants: 7 ​participants

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12/17-19 ICS 320 ICS Team Training TRG ICS 320
Course ​Overview: This ​course ​provides ​Incident ​Management ​Teams ​with ​knowledge, ​workshops, ​and ​skills ​necessary ​to ​manage ​complex ​incidents ​through ​a ​planning ​cycle ​and ​the ​development ​of ​a ​detailed ​incident ​action ​plan; ​includes ​a ​functional ​exercise.

Specific ​Course ​Takeaways:
  • Provide ​members ​of ​the ​Incident ​Management ​Team ​with ​an ​understanding ​of ​the ​planning ​process ​within ​an ​incident.
  • Train ​and ​exercise ​personnel ​to ​effectively ​perform ​their ​roles ​and ​responsibilities ​during ​incident ​response ​operations.
  • Understand ​the ​relationship ​of ​the ​Incident ​Management ​Team ​during ​the ​Planning ​Cycle ​of ​an ​Operational ​Period.
Target ​Audience: ​All ​​Incident ​​Management ​​Team ​​Members.

Duration:
24 ​hours
Breakfast, ​snacks, ​beverages ​and ​lunch ​are ​all ​included ​in ​the ​course.

Pre-requisite ​(recommended):
  • NIMS ​ICS ​100/200 ​Single ​Resources ​and ​Initial ​Action ​Incidents
  • NIMS ​ICS ​300 ​Intermediate ​ICS ​for ​Expanding ​Incidents

Minimum ​Number ​of ​Class ​Participants: 7 ​participants

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Computer Based Training
Class Date Name of Course TRG Course Code
30 days after registration TRG ICS 100/200 Computer-Based Training TRG CBT ICS 100200
Course ​Overview: Welcome ​to ​our ​newest ​service ​designed ​to ​help ​your ​company ​be ​prepared ​to ​effectively ​and ​efficiently ​manage ​incidents ​should ​they ​occur. ​The ​Response ​Group ​recently ​launched ​our ​new ​web-based ​interactive ​computer ​training ​program ​with ​ICS ​100/200 ​Single ​Resources ​and ​Initial ​Action ​Incidents. ​Learn ​basic ​incident ​management ​principles, ​management ​structure, ​organization, ​terminology, ​and ​common ​responsibilities.
This ​interactive ​exercise-based ​computer ​training ​meets ​global ​incident ​management ​systems ​objectives ​and ​is ​geared ​toward ​industry ​standards ​while ​incorporating ​best ​emergency ​response ​practices. ​

Key ​Features:
  • Learn ​at ​your ​own ​pace
  • Approximately ​3-4 ​hours ​to ​completion
  • Available ​worldwide
  • Certificate ​issued ​upon ​completion
  • Course ​content ​meets ​recognized ​Incident ​Management ​Systems ​and International ​Maritime ​Organization ​Incident ​Command ​System ​objectives
  • TRG ​Training ​staff ​support ​available
Target ​Audience:
  • All ​Incident ​Management ​Team ​Members ​
  • ​Field ​and ​tactical ​Response ​Team ​Members
  • ​Qualified ​Individuals
  • ​Personnel ​involved ​with ​planning, ​response ​or ​recovery ​efforts.

NIMS Compliance: This ​course ​is ​NIMS ​and ​IMO ​compliant ​and ​meets ​the ​NIMS ​Baseline ​Training ​requirements ​for ​ICS ​100 ​and ​ICS ​200 ​courses.

Duration: ​Approximately ​3-4 ​hours ​to ​completion ​(User ​is ​allowed ​to ​complete ​at ​their ​own ​pace)

Pre-requisite ​(recommended): None

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30 days after registration TRG IAP Software Computer Based Training TRG CBT IAP
Course ​Overview: Welcome ​to ​our ​newest ​service ​designed ​to ​help ​your ​company ​be ​prepared ​to ​effectively ​and ​efficiently ​manage ​incidents ​should ​they ​occur. ​The ​Response ​Group ​recently ​launched ​our ​new ​web-based ​interactive ​computer ​training ​program ​with ​ICS ​100/200 ​Single ​Resources ​and ​Initial ​Action ​Incidents. ​Learn ​basic ​incident ​management ​principles, ​management ​structure, ​organization, ​terminology, ​and ​common ​responsibilities.
This ​interactive ​exercise-based ​computer ​training ​meets ​global ​incident ​management ​systems ​objectives ​and ​is ​geared ​toward ​industry ​standards ​while ​incorporating ​best ​emergency ​response ​practices. ​

Key ​Features:
  • Learn ​at ​your ​own ​pace
  • Approximately ​3-4 ​hours ​to ​completion
  • Available ​worldwide
  • Certificate ​issued ​upon ​completion
  • Course ​content ​meets ​recognized ​Incident ​Management ​Systems ​and International ​Maritime ​Organization ​Incident ​Command ​System ​objectives
  • TRG ​Training ​staff ​support ​available
Target ​Audience:
  • All ​Incident ​Management ​Team ​Members ​
  • ​Field ​and ​tactical ​Response ​Team ​Members
  • ​Qualified ​Individuals
  • ​Personnel ​involved ​with ​planning, ​response ​or ​recovery ​efforts.

NIMS Compliance: This ​course ​is ​NIMS ​and ​IMO ​compliant ​and ​meets ​the ​NIMS ​Baseline ​Training ​requirements ​for ​ICS ​100 ​and ​ICS ​200 ​courses.

Duration: ​Approximately ​3-4 ​hours ​to ​completion ​(User ​is ​allowed ​to ​complete ​at ​their ​own ​pace)

Pre-requisite ​(recommended): None

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