Critical Incident Response Training
This training includes aspects of critical incident response from the initial response, managing the scene, and working with the media. This course is designed to give all responding personnel the ability to work together during large-scale emergency events. Drawing from principals of incident command system, crisis communication and coordinated response, this training brings together critical concepts from law enforcement, emergency response, psychology, and an all-hazard approach to critical incident response. This page contains supplemental materials for those who have attended the training. Interested in training? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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NIMS & ICS Training
The National Incident Management System (NIMS) Training Program identifies those courses critical to train personnel capable of implementing all functions of emergency management. This program establishes the NIMS core curriculum to ensure it adequately trains emergency and incident response personnel to all concepts and principles of each NIMS component. Visit the FEMA website to learn more.
Intermediate ICS for Expanding Incidents
ICS100: Introduction to the ICS
ICS200: Basic ICS for Initial Response
IS700: Introduction to NIMS
IS800: Introduction to the National Response System