SFJ Awards Level 4 Award in Revalidation for Intermediate Incident Command in Fire and Rescue Services Qualification Number: 610/0186/7 (Virtual)
To revalidate holders of the Intermediate Incident Command award or commanders operating at Level Two.
At the end of the course the delegate will be able to:
1. Demonstrate an understanding of the National Operational Guidance Foundation for Incident Command.
2. Demonstrate an understanding of the JESIP Joint Doctrine
3. Obtain information relevant to the incident, resolve any conflicts or discrepancies in existing sources against current incident status.
4. Undertake a situational evaluation of the incident evaluating all the relevant factors.
5. Confirm current action complies with relevant legislation and protocols and assume command of the incident.
6. Review the application of safe systems of work, dynamic and analytical risk assessments and develop a tactical plan for the resolution of the incident.
7. Match the available resources against the tactical plan objectives and implement the plan to support those involved in the incident.
8. Delegate control of functional sectors to manage spans of control.
9. Adjust the tactical plan as the incident develops or the circumstances of the incident change.
10. Actively monitor, evaluate and mitigate risks to personnel, the community and the environment.
11. Conduct timely and comprehensive briefings and updates with relevant people using the JESIP Joint Doctrine principles to obtain progress reports and instigate action
12. Ensure that the JESIP Joint Decision Making process is used for significant inter-agency decisions.
13. Use the IIMARCH document to prepare a brief for an oncoming Strategic Commander or SCG
14. Collate relevant points and take a part in a post-incident debrief, providing constructive feedback to others.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Incident Commanders who hold the Skills for Justice Intermediate Incident Command qualification or operate at Level 2 and require formal competence re-validation.
Zoom or Cisco Webex
HOW DOES VIRTUAL WORK?
1. Your delegate/s enrol onto the course.
2. We assign a tutor to the course and all of the taught input is delivered to the delegates via video conferencing just the same as if they were in sitting in a teaching room with us.
3. Our tutors are pretty flexible and the virtual course can even be delivered in the evenings or at weekends.
4. No travelling, hotel accommodation, travel expenses or training rooms required.
5. Our practical simulations are delivered using live role players in video conferencing.
6. The practical simulation usually lasts for two hours including debriefing.
7. No software download is required to access our video conferencing suite of rooms but delegates do need a PC or laptop, webcam and microphone and a decent internet connection.
WATCH YOUR DELEGATES ASSESSMENT REMOTELY?
We can live stream your delegates practical assessment onto YouTube. Delegates supervisory officers or specialist training officers can watch remotely from their desks and monitor quality and performance with ease without travelling. The video is also available for restricted access post completion of the course as evidence of competence.
One two-hour professional discussion followed by a three-hour practical simulation with live role players using video conferencing.
Delegates will undertake a written assessment, taught input from a qualified tutor and a practical scenario simulation assessment.
Delegates will produce an e-portfolio of evidence of competence.
Skills for Justice
£989 plus VAT per delegate place
We invoice you at the point of enrolment on the virtual course so there are no cancellation charges.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07972259970 for more information.