In addition to the courses listed below offered by IMTC, our Incident Management or EOC experts can tailor an existing course, add local or company emphasis, or if needed, develop an entirely new course or training session to facilitate enhancement of your capabilities.
IMTC has developed or presented over one-thousand incident command, incident management, team building, Emergency Operations Center (EOC), Department Operations Center (DOC), and State Operations Center training courses and exercises, including the entire series of position specific courses for the EPA, USFA, and EMI.
The training courses presented by IMTC are a critical building block in the development of the Core Competencies and the Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSAs) required to properly execute the duties and responsibilities of each recognized ICS position.
To assist in finding the appropriate course, IMTC divides its ICS courses into General Requirements and Position-Specific Requirements. Each ICS course follows all recognized USA and Canadian guidance and standards and is eligible for DHS grant fund reimbursement in the USA.
Click on each image to see the IMTC recommended process for obtaining the on-scene ICS qualifications described in detail below.
Baseline ICS Training (see figure #1 or #2)
- ICS 100: Introduction to the Incident Command System
- ICS 200: ICS for Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents
- IS 300: Intermediate ICS Training
- IS 700.a: National Incident Management System (NIMS), an Introduction
ICS Command Staff Position-Specific Training (see figure #1)
- L 950: Incident Commander
- L 956: Liaison Officer
- L 952: Public Information Officer
- L 954: Safety Officer
ICS General Staff Position-Specific Training (see figure #2)
- Planning Section Chief
- Operations Section Chief
- Logistics Section Chief
- Finance/Administration Section Chief
ICS General Position-Specific Training
- Resource/Demobilization Unit Leader
- Division/Group Supervisor
- Strike Team/Task Force Leader
- Supply Unit/Ordering Manager
- Facilities Unit Leader
- Communications Unit Leader
Baseline Incident Management Team Training (see figure #1 or #2)
- O 305: Type 3 Team All-Hazards Incident Management Team Introduction
Please call IMTC for more specific information on training, standards, and exercise products available in this rapidly expanding area.