Online Incident Command System (ICS) Training
The Incident Command System (ICS) also know as IMS has been adopted by countries around the world and the need for a standardised approach to incident management has been highlighted in South Africa, and Africa. While there has been great work to integrate ICS into Africa regions, there is still a long way to go to developing capacity.
Online Incident Command Training
To assist and aid the development and reach if ICS, Vulcan Training and Vulcan Wildfire Management have developed, online ICS 100 and ICS 200 training.
These courses provide the foundation for higher level ICS training. When various agencies and emergency services work together, all using different command structures, SOPs, terminology, and communication protocols we have seen problematic incident responses. An argument often heard is that “our system works and is almost the same as Incident Command System but with different terminology. Why do we need to change what has worked for us?”. Perhaps you may have a functional system when working with your own staff and personnel but what happens when you bring in other agencies and resources onto your incident OR you offer your assistance to another agency with a different system? ICS ensures different agencies can come together with great effectiveness as they all use a standardised approach, speak the same language and follow the same incident management system.
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ICS 100 introduces the Incident Command System (ICS) and provides the foundation for higher level ICS training
The Minimum Number of People required to Implement ICS
Average Hours Taken to Complete I-100 Course Work
National and International Recognised System to Manage Incidents - ICS
Or higher, the Score Required to Pass the Final I-100 Exam
ICS I-100 provides a background and history of ICS and discusses why the use of a standardised management system has been adopted worldwide. This course also covers the features, principles and organisational hierarchy of ICS explaining why it is so beneficial in a Southern African context.
ICS I-200 will support your growth and understanding of ICS in order to operate efficiently during an incident or event within the Incident Command System, especially for personnel who are likely to assume a supervisory position.
ICS I-300 explores your role in competently operating within management roles of the Incident Command System (ICS) for expanding incidents. The course builds on your prior understanding of ICS in smaller and initial action incidents and explains the unique qualities of ICS as an event or incident management system in an escalating situation.
Who are the ICS courses aimed at?
- All emergency response personnel and supervisors.
- Landowners who are exposed to incidents on their property or surrounds.
- Neighbourhood security groups.
- Community Leaders.
- Oil and Gas Industry, Mining Industry etc.
- Event Organisers.
- Health and Safety Staff.
- Anyone who may be involved in the management of any kind of incident or event, of any size, complexity or duration.
- Anyone who will respond to an incident using ICS
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