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ICS 300 – Intermediate Incident Command System for Expanding Events

June 4 - June 6

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Course Description

I-300 defines the unique qualities of ICS as an event or incident management system in an expanding/escalating situation. I-300 is designed to enable personnel to operate efficiently during an incident or event using ICS in supervisory roles on expanding or Type 3 Incidents.

Delivery and Length

This classroom based, Instructor facilitated course requires a minimum of 17 hours of student contact, exclusive of breaks. It is recommended that this course be delivered over 3 days.

Hours: 8:30 – 16:30

Location: Nose Creek Valley Museum, 1701 Main St S, Airdrie, AB T4B 1C5

Prerequisites: The prerequisite for I-300 is the in-person I-200

Learning Outcomes

At the successful completion of this course participants will be able to demonstrate intermediate knowledge of ICS as described in the following topics and learning outcomes:

• ICS Fundamentals Review: ICS fundamentals and organization, reporting and working relationships, information flow, and transfer of command.

• Unified Command: features, organization and functions in a multi-jurisdictional or multiagency incident. Roles and reporting relationships under a unified command in single and multi-jurisdictional incidents.

• Incident Management Operations: methods and tools used to assess incident/event complexity and transferring and assuming incident command. The key principles of incident management operations and additional training on developing incident objectives, strategies, and tactics.

• Resource Management: basic principles, steps of resource management and use of appropriate ICS forms.

• Planning Process: planning for incidents or events in reference to the major planning steps, such as logistical concerns, cost-benefit analysis, situational understanding, plan development, implementation, and evaluation.

• Demobilization, Transfer of Command: planning, impact of agency specific policies, procedures, and agreements, and terminating command

Target Audience

Individuals recommended to take the I-300 course include incident management personnel, including persons serving as incident commander, command staff, section chiefs, division/group supervisors, branch directors, and unit leaders in Planning, Logistics and Finance/Administration, select department heads with multi-agency coordination responsibilities, area managers, emergency managers, and multi-agency coordination centre / ECC managers.


June 4
June 6
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Nose Creeek Valley Museum
1701 Main St S
Airdrie, Alberta T4B 1C5 Canada
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