This course expands on principles covered in the basic ICS courses. It provides more description and detail of the organization and operation of ICS, the management of resources, describes the duties of all positions and provides examples of how the essential principles are used in an incident and also in event planning while an event is going on. This course is designed for managers, supervisors, and elected officials from emergency response agencies, public health entities, public works, disaster relief organizations, and other individuals involved in emergency management.
Facilitated by a cadre of instructors from Montana Disaster and Emergency Services, that bring a wide base of experience to emergency management. This course includes “hands-on” training and practice in developing incident objectives, writing Incident Action Plans, tracking resources, understanding information/ work flow, and managing multiple-agency/ jurisdiction incidents using Unified Command.
TO REGISTER: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2018hillcoics300
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Anyone who may assume a supervisory role in expanding incidents. Law Enforcement, Emergency Medical Services, Fire Services, Public Works, Government Administrative, Public Safety Communications, Health Care, Public Health, Elected Officials and VOAD.
*lunch on your own both days