ICS 100 ONLINE COURSE OVERVIEW
This ICS (Incident Command System) 100 online course is intended for personnel assigned to an incident or event who have a minimum requirement for understanding ICS. This module reviews the 14 principles and features including the ICS organization, basic terminology, and common responsibilities. It will provide enough information about the Incident Command System to enable you to work in a support role at an incident or event, or to support an incident from an off-site location. This module may also be used as a pre-course study program by personnel who will be continuing their training with additional ICS modules.
ICS 100 ONLINE COURSE TOPICS
- ICS History
- ICS Organization
- Facilities and Resources
- ICS Management
- Common Responsibilities
ICS 100 ONLINE COURSE DURATION:
Approximately 60 minutes
ICS 100 ONLINE COURSE ASSESSMENT:
Testing conducted throughout this online ICS 100 course is designed to reinforce the information presented. A mark of 80% must be achieved in order to receive a certificate of completion. Participants are able to repeat the course twice if the pass mark is not achieved.
ICS 100 ONLINE CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION:
Upon successful completion of this online course, a certificate of completion will be available to download and print. This certificate is valid for 3 years from the date of completion printed on the certificate unless otherwise specified by an employer, legislation, or other authority.
ICS 100 ONLINE COURSE PREVIEW
“As the Government of Alberta’s representative for the Incident Command System (ICS), I have reviewed your request for course equivalency. It is recommended by the ICS Alberta Chair for the Instructor Sub-Committee and by the Chair of ICS Alberta, your ICS 100 elearning is equivalent to the Alberta course.
The Alberta Municipal Health and Safety Association (AMHSA) may grant ICS 100 certificates to students in accordance with the attached appendix. These certificates will be recognized within Alberta at their discretion, other Canadian Authorities Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) over ICS could recognize them as well. Through ICS Alberta, you may wish to work with other AHJs to facilitate an understanding of your certificates equivalency.
The AMHSA plays an important role in the ICS community by helping our key partners meet their training demands. Thank you for your contributions towards the efforts of assisting Albertans so they can be better prepared for emergencies and disasters.”