Intermediate Incident Management : ICS I-300
ICS-300, Intermediate Incident Management, this 2½ day course defines the unique qualities of an expanding situation. This course is designed to enable personnel to operate efficiently using the Incident Command System in a supervisory role during expanding incidents. Expanding upon ICS-100 and ICS-200 curriculum, this course ensures that responders understand the ICS concepts that allow an incident management organization to expand and contract as needed to fit the incident and maintain its operational effectiveness, while also providing an in-depth review of ICS fundamentals, assessing incidents, and setting objectives, unified command, resource management, the planning process, demobilization, and transfer and termination of command in an incident. Participants will be facilitated to lead 4+ tabletop activities with consultations these tabletop scenarios may be created to use participant organization risk scenarios.
Specific Course Topics
- Roles and Responsibilities
- Initial response activities
- Staffing and organizing
- Relationships and interactions with staff and other stakeholders
- Executive-level interactions
- Command’s direction
- Exercise Learning Components
- Meetings, Briefings and Support Activities
- IAP Prep and Approval
- Executing Plan and Assessing Progress
- External Coordination
- Transitioning and Demobilization
- Use of tabletop activities which may be customized to reinforce training objectives
Responders who may assume a supervisory role in expanding incidents or Type 3 incidents, such as command staff, section chiefs, strike team leaders, task force leaders, unit leaders, division/group supervisors, branch directors, and multi-agency coordination system/emergency operations center staff.
Program administrators, corporate leaders from moderate to high-risk organizations and workplaces.
2 ½ days (20 hours)
Successful completion of ICS-200
Please note: All our courses are set on eastern time zone, which is Toronto time.