This course prepares you to deliver FEMA’s Incident Command System (ICS) curriculum. While ICS-100 and ICS-200 courses are addressed, the major emphasis is on ICS-300 and ICS-400.
The course is designed to enhance your instructional skills and focuses on preparation and delivery of ICS courses.
You will learn from training professionals how to utilize adult-learning techniques to get the best out of the classes you teach. You will develop and deliver a training module as part of course completion.
Prerequisites for each student shall be available prior to attending class prior to attending the delivery.
Course Completion Requirements
Completion of a post-test upon completion of the course achieving a score of at least 75%.
Class attendance is an essential part of the education process and participants in TEEX courses are expected to attend all class sessions and field exercises. This course requires participants to attend a minimum of 80% of the class hours as a component of successful course completion. During the course, your instructor will review any additional attendance requirements, for example a field exercise that cannot be missed.
RecommendedExperience using concepts and principles for ICS-300 and ICS-400 in a response or exercise.
TopicsIS-100.b, Introduction to the Incident Command System (ICS), ICS-100+IS-200.b, Incident Command System (ICS) for Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents, ICS-200+ICS-300, Intermediate ICS for Expanding Incidents+ICS-400, Advanced ICS+ICS-402, Overview for Executives/Senior Officials G402+G191, Incident Command System/Emergency Operations Center Interface
Participants include any individuals that may have responsibility for conducting ICS training in their local jurisdiction. Participants must demonstrate a working knowledge of ICS through experience and training and must be experienced in delivering adult education. Participants should have worked as Incident Commander (IC), Command, or General Staff positions on incidents, planned events, or exercises and understand the planning process and how to develop a written Incident Action Plan (IAP). Participants should understand how multiagency coordination works from the local to federal level.
- Maximum number of participants: 20
- Minimum number of participants: 16