Intermediate Incident Command in Fire and Rescue Services (ICL2)

ATD IC(R) 4: Revalidation for Initial Incident Command in Fire and Rescue Services (ICL2 – Skills for Justice Level 4 Certificate)

SFJ Awards Level

SFJ Awards Level 3

Qualification Number


Course aims

This course is designed to provide learners with a reassessment of the skills required to take command at a fire and rescue incident at initial, level.

This qualification aligns with the NFCC Incident Command National Operational Guidance (NOG).

Who should attend?

Competent Crew Managers or Watch Managers in role or in development.

Learning outcomes

– Understand the roles and responsibilities of incident command personnel, and the requirements for successful management of risk at operational incidents
– Understand the need for effective methods of communication
– Be able to plan for an initial response to an operational incident, and implement actions to meet planned objectives
– Be able to close down the operational phase of the incident, and conduct a debrief.

Length of course

The two day course will comprise 8 hours taught element including lectures, seminars and case studies. On the second day, each learner will undertake a practical simulated exercise.
Number of attendees: Minimum 4 – Maximum 6

Future career progression and development