Illinois Fire Service Institute

 

Command & General Staff Functions for Local Incident Management Teams : 40 Hours

Student Fee

Class specific

Course Description

This 5-day course is activity intensive and designed to better prepare emergency response personnel to manage large, complex incidents effectively by using the functional components of the Incident Command System. The focus of the course is to enhance the skills necessary to operate as a team in various Command and General Staff positions and to promote a better understanding of team operations through application during various simulations.


Syllabus

  Syllabus - Command & General Staff Functions.pdf

This course is part of the following Program

  • national incident management system (nims)

Prerequisites:

  • ICS 100
  • ICS 200

IFSI prerequisites are based on Illinois and NFPA standards. Equivalencies from other agencies will be reviewed upon request.


If you have specific questions about this course contact JAMES MOORE

If you are interested in having this course taught in your area, contact your regional representative or JAMES MOORE .

If you are not sure who your regional representative is, take a look at this map. It is color coded by county. The regional representatives are listed below.

Applicable Credits

As of 04/28/2017

NIMS Compliant

Complies with NIMS ICS Level 300 & 400

Upcoming Classes

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decatur Mon, Jun 12 2017 -
Fri, Jun 16 2017
east peoria Mon, Sep 11 2017 -
Fri, Sep 15 2017
champaign Mon, Nov 13 2017 -
Fri, Nov 17 2017
 
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