IMTC has been a pioneer in the All-Hazards Incident Command System (ICS) community since its inception. Our program development and management expertise includes the ability to conduct incident management gap analyses to determine if increased capability is needed. Based on that analysis, IMTC’s nationally recognized subject matter experts can provide a clear, effective, and straightforward path to significantly enhance the capability to handle the potentially disruptive incidents that will eventually be experienced. We have developed and implemented numerous NIMS ICS training, qualifications, and credentialing programs in large and complex environments including statewide and regional initiatives and have the expertise to assist you. » More Info

IMTC is your obvious choice for providing the classroom and field training critical to your program’s success. As the exclusive developers of all the NIMS ICS position-specific training courses within the All-Hazards Incident Management Team program we are capable of effectively presenting them to any audience or discipline. Our presentation experience includes teaching all the Train-the-Trainer courses and regional field deliveries for the Emergency Management Institute's AHIMT training program from 2008 to 2014. Our cadre possesses similar expertise with the USFA Type 3 All-Hazards IMT (O-305) course with over 100 presentations in the past decade. These are just a few indicators of our tremendous level of experience. » More Info

IMTC’s experience in developing, conducting, evaluating, and mentoring personnel during annual, planned or “GIUE” National Level Exercises (NLEs), area or regional, State Level Exercises (SLEs), and local exercises is only a telephone call away. Using a wide range of scenarios, our incident management exercise team can provide trainees the opportunity to practice, refine, and hone their newly acquired incident management skills during functional, table-top, or full scale exercises. We also specialize in integrating opportunities for trainees to deploy during planned annual or regulatory exercises to minimize training time and maximize training opportunities whether they were developed under HSEEP, NPREP, or other regulatory guidance.» More Info