ISC 300 & MGT-347
October 31st – November 2nd, 2017
| Course description:
This 3-day course provides training on and resources for personnel who has a responsibility to function in a command post managing an expanding incident. An introduction to the development of an Incident Action Plan and interactions between the Command and General Staff sections will be discussed.
This training will combine the MGT-347 Forms Review course from 8am – 12pm on Day 1 and then the 2 1/2 day ICS 300 Course will follow. TEEX will be instructing this course.
Lunch will be on you own each day.
NIMS ICS-300 TRAINING: WHO MUST TAKE IT,WHAT IT COVERS
All Mid-level Management Federal/State/Local/Tribal/Private Sector & Nongovernmental personnel to include should take ICS-300, including:
Persons serving as command staff, section chiefs, strike team leaders, task force leaders, unit leaders, division/group supervisors, branch directors, and multi-agency coordination system/emergency operations center staff.*
Approved ICS-300 level training may be developed and conducted by Federal, State, Local and Tribal agencies as well as private training vendors. However, it must include the content and objectives stated in the NIMS National Standard Curriculum Training Development Guidance dated March, 2007.
Training developed and conducted by Federal, State and Tribal entities as well as private training vendors at the ICS-300 level must include at a minimum, the following topical areas (Specific objectives for ICS-300 training are listed in the National Standard Curriculum Training Development Guidance, March 2007):
* ICS Staffing and organization to include: reporting and working relationships and information flow.
* Transfer of Command
* Unified Command functions in a multi-jurisdictional or multi-agency incident
* ICS forms
* Resource Management
* Interagency mission planning and procurement
ICS-300 and 400 course materials are State-administered programs and are coded as G-300 and G400. For additional information on these courses please contact your state emergency management agency.
* All Federal, State and local emergency personnel need to decide who within their organizations should take this training.