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Note: sign up now for this class before State Fire Training raises its “certificate” prices 200%  beginning July 2020!!

Designed For: Those who require the CICCS Incident Commander ICT4, and this class is hard to come by.  So you might as well take this class with an instructor who was an initial and extended attack IC: Battalion Chief Jeff Brand (ret.) CAL FIRE.  Chief Brand was the IC on numerous type 1 incidents including 49 Fire, Robbers Fire, and the Jesusita Fire, etc.

Please take these classes from experienced initial attack IC’s and not from instructors who have never been an initial attack IC!

Personnel desiring to be qualified as an (ICT4)

Prerequisites

Qualified as a Single Resource Boss

Certification

Ca. State Fire Training Certificate

Course & Description Details

This 16-hour course is designed to meet the training needs of the Incident Commander Type 4.  The six units cover foundation skills, intelligence gathering, and documentation, size-up, developing a plan of action, post-fire activities, evaluating incident objectives and managing the incident.

If you’re looking to improve your experience, knowledge, skill sets and abilities then this class is a must-attend!   

Very Important: Please bring a laptop or tablet with a USB port to class with you each day. The student material is on flash-drives, which you’ll receive on the first day of class.

Parking is at the fire station and additional parking on the street as well.