Tue, May 12|
Field Force Command Training
An 8-hour course that prepares the management level responder to serve as a member of an incident management team during a civil action or disorder.
Time & Location
May 12, 2020, 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Camp Grayling, Building 108A Camp Grayling
About the event
Description: An 8-hour course that prepares the management level responder to serve as a member of an incident management team during a civil action or disorder. The course provides instruction on incident management, incorporating planning considerations and other responsibilities of management-level responders during such an event. The course also provides responders with the ability to develop a local Incident Action Plan (IAP) for civil action or disorder and implement response actions from the management level.
Prerequisites: It is recommended that candidates have successfully completed awareness training for CBRNE response through Standardized Awareness Authorized Training Program (AW-160) or another certified awareness training program; ICS (IS) 100: Introduction to the Incident Command System; ICS (IS) 200: ICS for Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents; ICS 300: Intermediate IC; and IS-700: National Incident Management System (NIMS): Introduction.
Class Size: 20 Students minimum 50 maximum.
Material/Equipment: Each student is required to bring note taking material. (pen and legal pad)
Cost per student includes lunch: Member Fee: $0 Non-Member Fee: $0
Lodging is available on Camp Grayling at $73.00 a night or in the nearby community. Contact NMLETG@yahoo.com for lodging on Camp Grayling.