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EM 195 Intermediate Incident Command System (ICS)
It is likely personnel from other than first-response agencies may be called upon to work under an Incident Command System (ICS) structure, especially for large events, the Emergency Management Institute (EMI) and the National Emergency Management Association (NEMA) have identified a need to develop an ICS curriculum that provides a context for ICS and emergency response for these individuals.
This course is intended for non-first-response persons who could fill supervisory-level positions in the ICS organization. All students in this class should have successfully completed the Basic ICS Course, whether as self-instruction or as a participant in a classroom delivery of the course.
COURSE GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
The overall goal for this course is to enable the students to function as supervisors in an ICS environment. At the end of this course, the students should be able to respond to an incident scenario to:
The total time for this course is 17 hours.
There are five units, three appendices associated with this course. The course files are approximately 1.2 megabyte each for the benefit of low bandwidth (14.4 and 28.8 modem) users. The naming protocol is em195.exe, em195Append.exe, em195AppendixA.pdf. Graphics may not be optimum in these documents due to originals and file size considerations.
Upon receiving your paid registration, we will send you the password to open these. We recommend you print out the pages as you need them and keep them as a paper reference.
The test is taken online. When you pass the test, you will be mailed a certificate of completion.
The final exam is 35 questions taken from the reading material. You may use any of the materials while taking the test.
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