This course is designed to provide learners with a reassessment of the skills required to take command at a fire and rescue incident at intermediate level.
This qualification aligns with the NFCC Incident Command National Operational Guidance (NOG).
Competent Station Managers or those in development
– Understand the key roles within the incident command structure, and the principles of operational risk management and decision-making
– Understand communication systems available both at incidents and remotely
– Develop acute awareness of the benefits of interoperability with other agencies
– Be able to review and determine the status of operational incidents, implement action to support those on the ground, and conduct a debrief
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