Field Force Command Training 2020
Time & Location
Course Description: The Field Force Command: Executive (MGT-300-1) course is a one-day (8 hour) course which provides emergency responders with the knowledge and skills to act at the management level. The training provided by the Center for
Domestic Preparedness (CDP) is guided by the definitions and competencies provided within the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA®) 472: Standard for Competence of Responders to Hazardous Materials/Weapons of Mass Destruction Incidents (2013), and Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER) 29 Code
of Federal Regulations (C.F.R.) § 1910.120 (2013).
Below are some of the critical skill sets learned during this training:
- Apply lessons learned to current and future incidents involving civil actions/disorders.
- Develop comprehensive strategic and tactical plans for their organization when preparing for special events, civil disorders, and public assemblages.
- Describe the tactics protest groups use during a civil action/ disorder even that require a law enforcement response.
- Associate and apply legal principles and applicable case and statutory law to their positions, as well as their departments’ mission in planning and executing the management of civil actions or disorders.
- Apply available force multiplier options based on the purposes and circumstances surrounding their deployment.
- Differentiate various Riot Control Agents (RCA) and Less Lethal Munitions (LLM) and determine their usage based on the potential liabilities and limitations of each.
- Describe the equipment that could be used during a civil action/disorder to provide body and respiratory protection from chemicals.
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: Free tuition with lunch included, grant funded by Region 7 Homeland Security.
Lodging: NMLETG special rate available at the Days Inn or Ramada Inn of Grayling, includes breakfast. For lodging options at Camp Grayling contact email@example.com.
Registration deadline: September 4th , 2020.
MCOLES course ID#2002.