ICS 300 / Intermediate ICS for Expanding Incidents
Saturday March 2nd & Sunday March 3rd 2013
8:00 am – 4:30 pm Saturday & 8:00 am – 4:30 pm Sunday
The Course is Free & Lunch is on your own both days.
Pre-registration required. 15 is the minimum to have class.
Location: Johnson County Emergency Management Agency
4529 Melrose Avenue
Iowa City, Iowa 52246
Audience: Federal, State and local emergency management or response personnel who require ICS-300 training based on local incident management position duties. Typically this is required for personnel serving in Command and General Staff roles in an ICS organization, select department heads with multiagency coordination system responsibilities, area managers, emergency managers, and multiagency coordination system/emergency operations center managers, and supervisory or mid level officers within agencies.
Course Objectives: After completing the course, participants will be able to:
· ICS Fundamentals Review: Explain ICS staffing fundamentals and organization, including reporting and working relationships, information flow, and transfer of command. Match responsibility statements to each ICS organizational element.
· Unified Command: Define and identify the primary features of unified command. Describe the unified command organizations and functions in a multijurisdictional or multi agency incident. Demonstrate roles and reporting relationships under a unified command in a single and multi-jurisdictional incident.
· Incident Management Operations: Describe methods and tools used to assess incident/event complexity. Describe the five steps in transferring and assuming incident command. Identify the key principles of incident management operations. Describe the process for developing incident objectives, strategies and tactics.
· Resource Management: Identify and describe four basic principles of resource management. Identify the basic steps involved in managing incident resources. Demonstrate proper use of ICS forms.
· Planning Process: Identify the importance of and explain the differences between planning for incidents or events. Discuss major planning steps, including logistical concerns, cost-benefits analysis, situational understanding, plan development, implementation, and evaluation.
· Demobilization, Transfer of Command, Closeout
Email Dave Wilson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 319-356-6761. Please provide name, organization, e-mail address and phone number.