I-100, INTRODUCTION TO ICS by zzz22140

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									I-100, INTRODUCTION TO ICS
1994                                                                                2-4 hrs


Course Description

This is the first of 17 instructional modules which comprise the Incident Command System (ICS)
curriculum. This course is a self-paced module addressing the ICS organization, basic
terminology, and common responsibilities. It provides a foundation upon which to enable entry-
level personnel to function appropriately in the performance of incident-related duties. For
students continuing through more complex ICS modules, this course may be used as pre-course
work.


Objectives

Identify and describe the following components of the ICS:

•      Organizational structure
•      Positions and responsibilities
•      Facilities


Target Group

Entry-level personnel working on an incident in a direct or support role, as well as off-incident
support personnel.


Minimum Instructor Qualifications

A course administrator that has successfully completed the I-200 course must be available in
person, by phone, or by email to assist the student during the completion of this course.


Course Prerequisites

None


Course Level

Local




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