SFJ Awards Level 4 Award in Revalidation for Intermediate Incident Command in Fire and Rescue Services Qualification Number: 610/0186/7


To revalidate holders of the full SfJ Intermediate Incident Command award.


At the end of the course, the delegate will be able to:

1. Gather information from available sources to gain accurate situational awareness and understanding

2. Evaluate all the relevant factors when taking over command of operational incidents

3. Confirm current action complies with relevant legislation and protocols including organisational policies, procedures and guidance

4. Review the application of safe systems of work at operational incidents

5. Actively monitor the tactical plan, actions and situation, giving support to the existing Incident Commander

6. Take command of the incident in a timely manner

7. Implement an effective plan to support those involved in operational incidents

8. Conduct dynamic, analytical, environmental and personal risk assessments

9. Interpret and record results of dynamic, analytical, environmental and personal risk assessments

10. Conduct timely and comprehensive briefings and updates with relevant people to obtain progress reports and instigate action

11. Actively monitor, evaluate and mitigate risks to personnel, community and the environment

12. Evaluate the capabilities and limitations of personnel, appliances and equipment

13. Maintain a communications strategy for the duration of the incident

14. Establish and maintain liaisons with other agencies

15. Ensure all organisational objectives are met and that the relevant status of the incident is handed over prior to the withdrawal of support

16. Delegate responsibilities for necessary investigations

17. Collate relevant points for the debrief

18. Organise and conduct a post-incident debrief

19. Review all relevant information from internal and external sources

20. Assimilate the findings of the debrief to inform organisational and legal policy and procedures

21. Implement measures to improve future practice and performance

22. Provide constructive feedback to other agencies to assist inter-operability

23. Establish appropriate support mechanisms and instigate action to deliver these

24. Agree and implement appropriate action, including responsibilities and timescales

24. Report meritorious conduct and recommendations for action


Incident Commanders who hold the SfJ Intermediate Incident Command qualification and require formal re-validation.


One day






​Delegates will undertake an online prep course, a written assessment, an online self-assessment using Maitris software, a professional discussion with a qualified tutor and a practical scenario simulation assessment using live role players.

Delegates will produce an e-portfolio of evidence of competence.


Skills for Justice


​£1582 plus VAT at one of our Kent venues(Minimum two delegates)

£1404 per delegate online using video conferencing

Price on application for onsite delivery at your venue.


Peter Stanley Training is not responsible for the non-attendance of the client’s delegates at the client’s venue for a booked event. Cancellations due to delegate non-attendance or other foreseeable business activity disruption (i.e. operational requirements or industrial action) are subject to the following charges:

(i) Less than 7 days from the reserved date, the full cost of the course is due

(ii) between 8 to 14 days prior to the reserved date, 50% of course cost (to cover pre-booked tutor hotels, loss of business payment to sessional tutors, student awarding body registrations and other associated costs)

(iii) more than 14 days prior to the reserved date, cancellation incurs no charge.

Contact peter@peterstanleytraining.com or call 07972259970 for more information.