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Novato Fire Department has decided due to the coronavirus to stop all training at their facility.  This class will be postponed and rescheduled! 

Designed For

Type 3 Incident Management Team (IMT) candidates, incident middle management (unit leaders, division/group supervisors, and strike team/task force leaders), elected officials, line officers, lead dispatchers, multi-agency coordination (MAC) members, director heads (public works director, fire chief, sheriff), emergency managers, agency representatives.

Prerequisites

I-200 Basic ICS

Certification

California State Fire Training Certificate (CICCS approved)

Standard

Develop practical application of the Incident Command System

Course Details

This is a 3 days class with numerous “all hazard” scenarios. Students will work in group establishing objectives, defining strategy and implementing an incident organization.

Course Description

This course provides description and detail of the Incident Command System (ICS) organization and operations in supervisory roles on expanding or Type 3 incidents.  Topics include ICS fundamentals review, incident/event assessment, and agency guidance in establishing incident objectives, unified command, incident resource management, planning process, demobilization, transfer of command and closeout.

You will not be disappointed by attending this class, so don’t waste your time elsewhere.  You’ll learn from Chief Tom Siragusa (ret.) San Francisco Fire Department the necessary skill sets in how to develop an incident action plan from a qualified Incident Commander, Operations Section Chief, and Safety Officer.

NOTE:  Please bring a laptop computer and/or tablet with a USB port.  Most all of the student materials are on flash drives that will be passed out on the first day of class.