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State Training Team Schedule -EMERGENCY RESPONSE & INVESTIGATIONS

State Training FY11 Classroom Schedule & Registration Contacts

                                                                

EMERGENCY RESPONSE & INVESTIGATIONS

 

 

   ER300  Intermediate ICS for Expanding Incidents (ICS 300) (formerly MP320)

ER321  Produce Farm Investigations

ER324  Epi-Ready for Response Teams

ER325  Foodborne Illness Investigations

   ER400  Advanced Incident Command Structure - Complex Incidents (ICS 400) (formerly MP420)

   ER402  Incident Command Structure, Executive Review (CS402) (new)

   ER420  Incident Command and General Staff (ICS420) (new)

   ER422  Food & Feed Rapid Response Training (formerly MP422)

   ER950  Incident Commander (new)

   ER952  Incident Command System – Position Specific:  Public Information Officer (NEW)

   ER958  Operations Section Chief (new)

   ER962  Incident Command System – Position Specific:  Planning Section Chief (NEW)

            ER967  Incident Command System – Position Specific:  Logistics Section Chief (NEW)

   ER973 Incident Command System – Position Specific: Finance/Admin

 

 

 

ER300 Intermediate ICS for Expanding Incidents (ICS-300)

 

Course Description:  This course is for personnel who require advanced application of the ICS.  The course expands upon information covered in the ICS-100 and ICS-200 web courses.  The primary target audiences are response personnel that may assume a supervisory role in expanding incidents or Type 3 incidents.

 

Objectives:  Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

·         Describe ICS fundamentals and how ICS fits into the Command and Management component of NIMS.

·         Define and identify the primary features of Unified Command how it functions on a multi-jurisdiction or multi-agency incident

·         Describe methods and tools used to assess incident/event complexity and the process for developing incident objectives, strategies, and tactics

·         Identify the differences between planning for incidents and events and the major planning steps including logistical concerns, cost-benefit analysis, understanding the situation, developing and implementing the plan, and evaluating the plan.

·         Identify and describe basic principles of resource management.

·         Describe the importance of a demobilization planning, to include the transfer of command and closeout

 

Target Audience:  Federal, state and local personnel selected to serve on an incident management team (IMT) or others who will serve in an ICS supervisory capacity managing incidents in the field or HQ/Centers (includes Strike Team/Task Force Leader, Unit Leader, Group/Division Supervisor, or Branch Director)

 

Prerequisites: Prior to attending classroom courses the following FEMA web courses must be completed and verified by their RTO and the DHRD training officer  http://training.fema.gov/IS/NIMS.asp

 

Prerequisite web courses:

 

  • ICS-100 Introduction to ICS for FDA or ICS-100 Introduction to ICS

·         ICS-200 Basic ICS

·         ICS 700.A National Incident Management System (NIMS), An Introduction

·         ICS 800.B National Response Framework, An Introduction

 


 

CEU Credits: 1.8

Course duration:  3 days

Enrollment is limited to 35


 

 

Dates               Location                                                           Registration Contact &FDA/ORA Trainer

 

11/2-4/10           Kansas City, MO                                              Deena D’Addario

                                                                                                301-796-4538

                                                                                                Deena.DAddario@fda.hhs.gov

 

1/11-13/11         Nashville, TN                                                     Deena D’Addario

                                                                                                301-796-4538

                                                                                                Deena.DAddario@fda.hhs.gov

           

1/25-27/11         Cambridge, MA                                                 Deena D’Addario

                                                                                                301-796-4538

                                                                                                Deena.DAddario@fda.hhs.gov

 

04/5-7/11           Portland, OR                                                     Deena D’Addario

                                                                                                301-796-4538

                                                                                                Deena.DAddario@fda.hhs.gov

 

04/19-21/11       Cleveland, OH                                                   Deena D’Addario

                                                                                                301-796-4538

                                                                                                Deena.DAddario@fda.hhs.gov

 

 

 

 

ER321  Produce Farm Investigations

 

Course Description:  The goal of the Produce Farm Investigations course is to train investigators and inspectors on how to conduct investigations at farms and packing facilities that have been implicated in fresh produce related outbreaks and positive pathogen samples.  These findings will be used to identify possible contributing factors and environmental antecedents that led to the contamination.

 

This course provides information on practices and conditions that may lead to microbiological contamination of fresh produce.  The course includes site visits and hands-on exercises.

 

Objectives:

Upon completion of this course participants will be able to:

 

§         Identify and document how fresh produce became microbiologically contaminated by identifying potential sources and routes of contamination. 

 

§         Apply current Good Agricultural Practices (GAPs) and Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs) principles during produce farm investigations.

 

§         Collect information on fresh produce farm and packing facility practices and conditions.

 

Target Audience:  Investigators, analysts and inspectors who will conduct produce farm investigations.

 

 

CEU Credits: 1.8                       Course Duration 4 ½ days                     Enrollment is limited to 40

 

Dates                           Location                                                           Registration Contact &FDA/ORA Trainer

10/04-08/10                   Seattle, WA                                                      Barbara James

                                                                                                            404-253-1281

                                                                                                            Barbara.James@fda.hhs.gov

 

                                   

 

ER324  Epi-Ready for Response Teams (Capability) ( (edited)

 

Course Description:  This intermediate to advanced workshop is intended to prepare FDA and State personnel responding to food and feed emergencies individually or in partnership with other FDA Districts and/or States. Course components will build upon the basic Incident Command System structure, effective communications, team building and foodborne illness investigations and awareness.  

 

Objectives:  Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Distinguish between active and passive surveillance systems.
  • Use epidemiological study methods to interpret data and identify associations of time, place and persons.
  • Identify the roles, responsibilities that must be performed during a foodborne illness outbreak investigation for members of multi-disciplined teams.
  • Define a foodborne outbreak and various indicators that lead to a foodborne illness investigation, tracebacks and recalls.
  • Recognize systems to interview personnel conduct food prep and/or manufacturing review and identify CSP (contamination, survival and proliferation) factors and collect laboratory samples.
  • Recognize the significance and meaning of epidemiology terms and calculations as they apply to foodborne outbreaks and implicated environments or food products.

 

Target Audience:   Federal, State, local and tribal participants who will have a role responding to or assisting RRT teams involved with food and feed emergencies as part of the Integrated Food Safety System   

 

Prerequisite:  Web courses: http://training.fema.gov/IS/NIMS.asp  

 

ICS-100 Introduction to ICS for FDA or ICS-100 Introduction to ICS

ICS-200 Basic ICS

ICS-700 National Incident Management System (NIMS), An Introduction

ICS-800 National Response Framework, An Introduction

 

Complete the ORA-U online foodborne illness investigation courses (FI 01-06)

Complete the ORA-U online microbiology courses (MIC-01-16)

 

CEU Credits: 1.8                       Course Duration   3 Days                       Enrollment up to 50 participants

 

 

Dates                           Location                                               Registration Contact & FDA/ORA Trainer

 

11/16-18/10                   Lynwood, WA                                       Janet Williams

                                                                                                301-796-4534

                                                                                                Janet.Williams@fda.hhs.gov

           

01/ 25-27/11                  Nashville, TN                                         Janet Williams

                                                                                                301-796-4534

                                                                                                Janet.Williams@fda.hhs.gov

 

03/ 8-10/11                    San Antonio, TX                                    Janet Williams

                                                                                                301-796-4534

                                                                                                Janet.Williams@fda.hhs.gov

                       

 

04/12-14/11                   Cincinnati, Ohio                                    Janet Williams

                                                                                                301-796-4534

                                                                                                Janet.Williams@fda.hhs.gov

           

 

05/10-12/11                   New York                                              Janet Williams

                                                                                                301-796-4534

                                                                                                Janet.Williams@fda.hhs.gov

                       

 

07/12-14/11                   Philadelphia, PA                                    Janet Williams

                                                                                                301-796-4534

                                                                                                Janet.Williams@fda.hhs.gov 

                       

                                                                       

08/23-25/11                   Sacramento, CA                                    Janet Williams

                                                                                                301-796-4534

                                                                                                Janet.Williams@fda.hhs.gov

 

 

                       

ER325 Foodborne Illness Investigations

 

Course Description: The course primarily focuses on the sanitarian/inspector’s roles in the investigation with insight to the other players on the team such as the laboratory, nursing and epidemiology departments.  Course subject matter will vary based on local needs.  Methods of instruction include lectures, discussions and hands-on problem solving exercises.

 

 

Objectives: Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

·         With the aid of reference material, differentiate various common foodborne pathogens in respect to typical source, growth and destruction parameters, incubation ranges, and disease symptoms.

·         Describe the concepts of surveillance and associations of time, place and person.

·         Define a foodborne outbreak and describe the various action levels that can lead up to a foodborne illness investigation.

·         Assist with the environmental investigation:

a.       Interview food service personnel

b.      Conduct a food preparation review assessing preparation procedures for opportunities of contamination, growth, survival or death of foodborne pathogens.

c.       Collect laboratory samples.

·         Assist in questionnaire development and implementation, and state the purpose and difference between case definitions and hypotheses.

 

Target Audience: Federal, state and local regulators conducting or assisting with foodborne illness investigations.

 

Prerequisite: 

·         Completion of new hire training curriculum prior to attending

(FDA: Level I; State: Basic Food Inspection Training Curriculum as referenced in Standard 2, Manufactured Food Regulatory Program Standards or Standard 2 of the Retail Food Program Standards)

·         Complete the ORA-U online foodborne illness investigation courses (FI 01-06)

·         Previous food inspection experience.

 

CEU Credits: 1.8           Course Duration: 3 days                                                            Enrollment is limited to 60

 

Dates                           Location                                                           Registration Contact & FDA/ORA Trainer

 

10/26-28/10                   Oak Brooke, IL                                                              Allen Gelfius

                                                                                                                        Allen.Gelfius@fda.hhs.gov

                                                                                                                        301-796-4517

 

12/06-10/10                   San Antonio, TX            Chief Paul Jordan                      Janet Williams

                                                                                                                        Janet.Williams@fda.hhs.gov

                                                                                                                        301-796-4534

 

02/01-03/11                   Salt Lake City, Utah       Ronald Marsden                        Janet Williams

                                                                        rmarsden@utah.gov                   Janet.Williams@fda.hhs.gov

                                                                        801-538-6191                             301-796-4534

 

05/23-26/11                   Houston, TX                  Ruth Hendy                               Janet Williams

                                                                        Ruth.Hendy@dshs.state.tx.us    Janet.Williams@fda.hhs.gov

                                                                        512-834-6753                             301-796-4534

                                                           

                       

ER400 Advanced ICS Command and General Staff - Complex Incidents (ICS-400)

 

Course Description:  This course is for personnel who require advanced application of the ICS.  This course expands upon information covered in ICS-100 through ICS-300 courses. The target audience includes those personnel that are expected to perform in a management capacity.

 

Objectives:  Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

·         Describe types of agency(ies) policies, guidelines, and agreements that influence management of incident or event activities.

·         List the principal factors often found in or related to major and/or complex incidents/
events and the four expansion options for incident/event organization. 

·         Define and list the principal advantages of using Area Command Area and describe how, when, and where Area Command would be established.

·         Identify the major guidelines for establishing and using multiagency coordination groups and systems.

 

Target Audience:  Federal, state and local personnel selected to serve in an incident management team (IMT) Command or General Staff position managing incidents in the field or HQ/Centers (including Incident Commander, Public Information Officer, Safety Officer, Liaison Officer, or Section Chiefs/Deputy Section Chiefs).

 

Prerequisite:  ER300 Intermediate ICS for Expanding Incidents (ICS 300) 

 

CEU Credits:  1.2                      Course Duration:  2 Days                       Enrollment is limited to 35


 

 

Dates               Location                                                           Registration Contact &FDA/ORA Trainer

 

2/23-24/11         New Orleans, LA                                                Deena D’Addario

                                                                                                 301-796-4538

                                                                                                 Deena.DAddario@fda.hhs.gov

 

5/4-5/11                        TBD                                                       Deena D’Addario

                                                                                                 301-796-4538

                                                                                                 Deena.DAddario@fda.hhs.gov

           

 

 

ER402 Incident Command Structure, Executive Review (CS402) (NEW)

 

Course Description:  This is a half day course that provides executives and senior officials (including elected officials, city/county managers, agency administrators, etc.) an orientation to the Incident Command System (ICS).

 

Course Outline (Specific Objectives have not been developed for FDA yet)

Part 1: What is ICS?

Part 2: ICS Organization and Features

Part 3: Unified and Area Command

Part 4: Coordination and Incident Management Assessment

Part 5: ICS Preparedness

 

Target Audience: Agency Administrators (those not directly serving in the MAC/EOC Policy Group)

 

Prerequisite: NA

 

CEU Credits: Pending                Course Duration:  2 – 3 hours                 Enrollment is limited to 10


 

 

Dates               Location                                               Registration Contact &FDA/ORA Trainer

 

TBD                  White Oak, MD                                      Deena D’Addario

                                                                                     301-796-4538

                                                                                     Deena.DAddario@fda.hhs.gov

 

 

ER420 Incident Command and General Staff (ICS420) (new)

 

Course Description: This course is for those lead positions within Command and General Staff (Staff Functions) that will be managing the incident utilizing ICS protocol. The focus is on the application of previously acquired knowledge and skills necessary for each position.  Participants will be a part of two types of groups (teams and similar position) during exercises.  These exercises include a simulation of the mobilization, management, and demobilization all hazard incidents.

 

Course objectives (as identified by FEMA): Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

·         Describe the ICS planning process and the students’ individual functional responsibilities.

·         Communicate and interact with other team members to resolve conflicts and make safe, effective decisions.

·         Perform as a member of a Type 2 Incident Management Team in managing the incident and developing the Incident Action Plan (IAP).

 

Target Audience: Personnel who have completed Incident Management Team (IMT ) Command and General Staff trainee requirements

 

Prerequisites: Position Specific Training for your particular function within the IMT

Incident Commanders: ER950

Public Information Officers:  ER952

Operations Section Chiefs: ER958

            Planning Section Chiefs:  ER962

Logistics Section Chiefs:  ER967

 

CEU Credits: Pending                Course Duration: 5 days                                    Enrollment limit varies

 

Dates               Location                                               Registration Contact &FDA/ORA Trainer

 

6/13-17/11         Kansas City, MO                                               Deena D’Addario

                                                                                                 301-796-4538

                                                                                                Deena.DAddario@fda.hhs.gov

 

 

ER422 Food & Feed Rapid Response Training (formerly MP422) (edited)

 

Course Description:  This 2 day “meet and greet” workshop is intended to prepare RRT team members responding to food and feed emergencies individually or in partnership with FDA Districts and/or States. Course components will build upon the basic Incident Command System structure, focus on effective communications, team building, developing a mission statement and foodborne illness investigations and awareness.  

 

Objectives:  Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

·         Describe how the Incident Command System principles support the organizational structure of food / feed emergencies.

·         Apply ICS principles when establishing the organizational response structure during food and feed emergencies.

·         Apply team building and strategic communication principles when establishing and maintaining RRT teams.

·         Identify best practices when implementing ICS, team building principles and effective communications when responding to emergencies involving multiple agencies and partners.

 

Target Audience:  Federal, State, local and tribal participants who will have a role responding to or participating on  a newly formed RRT team involving food and feed emergencies. .  

 

Prerequisite:  Web courses: http://training.fema.gov/IS/NIMS.asp  

 

ICS-100 Introduction to ICS for FDA or ICS-100 Introduction to ICS

ICS-200 Basic ICS

ICS-700 National Incident Management System (NIMS), An Introduction

ICS-800 National Response Framework, An Introduction

 

CEU Credits: NA                       Course Duration:  2 Days                       Enrollment limit varies    

 

                                                                                                                  

Dates                           Location           Registration Contact                  FDA/ORA Trainer

 

Scheduled upon request                                                                         Janet.Williams                    
                                                
                                                            
Janet.Williams@fda.hhs.gov

                                                                                                            301-796-4534

 

 

ER950 Incident Commander (Position Specific Training)

 

Course Description: Five day course designed to provide an in depth understanding of the duties, responsibilities and capabilities of an effective Incident Commander or Operations Section Chief on an Incident Management Team.  These responsibilities include:  responding to the incident and command needs of the incident and effectively fulfilling the position responsibilities on an Incident Management Team.  Exercises, simulations, discussions and a final exam will enable participants to process and apply the knowledge.

 

Course Objectives (as identified by FEMA): Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

·         Understand the duties and responsibilities of the Incident Commander and the Operations Section Chief during incident management operations;

·         Describe the relationship between the Incident Commander and the Operations Section Chief;

·         Describe the duties of the incumbent positions in relationship to the other members of the Command and General Staff;

·         Understand the integration of FDA emergency operations and those being conducted by other governmental entities at the Federal, State, and Local levels;

·         Describe the role of an agency administrator and how they may affect incident operations;

·         Perform, with help from a mentor or qualified trainer as an Incident Commander or Deputy, or as an Operations Section Chief or Deputy in an actual emergency situation.

 

Target Audience: Personnel who will serve as an Incident Commander or Deputy and have completed required prerequisites

 

Prerequisite: Prior to being selected to attend, participants must have successfully completed the following:

·         ICS-100 Introduction to ICS for FDA or ICS-100 Introduction to ICS

·         ICS-200 Basic ICS

·         ICS-300 Intermediate ICS for Expanding Incidents ER300 (formerly MP320)

·         ICS-400 Advanced Incident Command Structure ER400 (formerly MP420)

·         ICS-700 National Incident Management System (NIMS), An Introduction

·         ICS-800 National Response Framework, An Introduction

 

CEU Credits: Pending                Course Duration: 5 days                                    Enrollment limit varies

 

Dates                           Location                                               Registration Contact &FDA/ORA Trainer

 

3/21-25/11                     Hanover, MD                                         Deena D’Addario

                                                                                                301-796-4538

                                                                                                Deena.DAddario@fda.hhs.gov

 

 

ER952 Public Information Officer (Position Specific Training) (new)

 

Course Description:  This four day course is designed to provide an in depth understanding of the duties, responsibilities and capabilities of an effective Public Information Officer on an Incident Management Team.  These responsibilities include: responding to the incident and command needs of the incident and effectively fulfilling the position responsibilities on an Incident Management Team.  Exercises, simulations, discussions and a final exam will enable participants to process and apply the knowledge.

 

Course Objectives (as identified by FEMA): Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

·         Understand the duties and responsibilities of the Public Information Officer during incident management operations;

·         Describe the duties of the incumbent positions in relationship to the other members of the Command and General Staff;

·         Understand the integration of FDA emergency operations and those being conducted by other governmental entities at the Federal, State, and Local levels;

·         Describe the role of an agency administrator and how they may affect incident operations;

·         Be able to perform, with help from a mentor or qualified trainer as a Public Information Officer or Deputy in an actual emergency situation.

 

Target Audience:  Personnel who will serve as a Public Information Officer or Deputy and have completed required prerequisites

 

Prerequisite: Prior to being selected to attend, participants must have successfully completed the following:

·         ICS-100 Introduction to ICS for FDA or ICS-100 Introduction to ICS

·         ICS-200 Basic ICS

·         ICS-300 Intermediate ICS for Expanding Incidents ER-300 (formerly MP320)

·         ICS-400 Advanced Incident Command Structure ER-400 (formerly MP420)

·         ICS-700 National Incident Management System (NIMS), An Introduction

·         ICS-800 National Response Framework, An Introduction

 

CEU Credits: Pending                Course Duration: 4 days                                    Enrollment limit varies

 

Dates                           Location                                               Registration Contact &FDA/ORA Trainer

 

5/16-19/11                     Chicago, IL                                           Deena D’Addario

                                                                                                301-796-4538      

                                                                                                Deena.DAddario@fda.hhs.gov

 

 

ER958 Operations Section Chief (Position Specific Training)

 

Course Description:  This five day course is designed to provide an in depth understanding of the duties, responsibilities and capabilities of an effective Incident Commander or Operations Section Chief on an Incident Management Team.  These responsibilities include: responding to the incident and command needs of the incident and effectively fulfilling the position responsibilities on an Incident Management Team.  Exercises, simulations, discussions and a final exam will enable participants to process and apply the knowledge.

 

Course Objectives (as identified by FEMA): Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

·         Understand the duties and responsibilities of the Incident Commander and the Operations Section Chief during incident management operations;

·         Describe the relationship between the Incident Commander and the Operations Section Chief;

·         Describe the duties of the incumbent positions in relationship to the other members of the Command and General Staff;

·         Understand the integration of FDA emergency operations and those being conducted by other governmental entities at the Federal, State, and Local levels;

·         Describe the role of an agency administrator and how they may affect incident operations;

·         Be able to perform, with help from a mentor or qualified trainer as an Incident Commander or Deputy, or as an Operations Section Chief or Deputy in an actual emergency situation.

 

Target Audience:  Personnel who will serve as an Operations Section Chief or Deputy and have completed required prerequisites

 

Prerequisite: Prior to being selected to attend, participants must have successfully completed the following:

·         ICS-100 Introduction to ICS for FDA or ICS-100 Introduction to ICS

·         ICS-200 Basic ICS

·         ICS-300 Intermediate ICS for Expanding Incidents ER-300 (formerly MP320)

·         ICS-400 Advanced Incident Command Structure ER-400 (formerly MP420)

·         ICS-700 National Incident Management System (NIMS), An Introduction

·         ICS-800 National Response Framework, An Introduction

 

CEU Credits: Pending                Course Duration: 5 days                                    Enrollment limit varies

 

Dates                           Location                                               Registration Contact &FDA/ORA Trainer

 

3/21-25/11                     Hanover, MD                                         Deena D’Addario

                                                                                                301-796-4538      

                                                                                                Deena.DAddario@fda.hhs.gov

 

 

ER962 Planning Section Chief (Position Specific Training)

 

Course Description:  This four day course is designed to provide an in depth understanding of the duties, responsibilities and capabilities of an effective Planning Section Chief on an Incident Management Team.  These responsibilities include: responding to the incident and command needs of the incident and effectively fulfilling the position responsibilities on an Incident Management Team.  Exercises, simulations, discussions and a final exam will enable participants to process and apply the knowledge.

 

Course Objectives (as identified by FEMA): Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

·         Understand the duties and responsibilities of the Planning Section Chief during incident management operations;

·         Describe the duties of the incumbent positions in relationship to the other members of the Command and General Staff;

·         Understand the integration of FDA emergency operations and those being conducted by other governmental entities at the Federal, State, and Local levels;

·         Describe the role of an agency administrator and how they may affect incident operations;

·         Be able to perform, with help from a mentor or qualified trainer as a Planning Section Chief or Deputy in an actual emergency situation.

 

Target Audience:  Personnel who will serve as a Planning Section Chief or Deputy and have completed required prerequisites

 

Prerequisite: Prior to being selected to attend, participants must have successfully completed the following:

·         ICS-100 Introduction to ICS for FDA or ICS-100 Introduction to ICS

·         ICS-200 Basic ICS

·         ICS-300 Intermediate ICS for Expanding Incidents ER-300 (formerly MP320)

·         ICS-400 Advanced Incident Command Structure ER-400 (formerly MP420)

·         ICS-700 National Incident Management System (NIMS), An Introduction

·         ICS-800 National Response Framework, An Introduction

 

CEU Credits: Pending                Course Duration: 4 days                                    Enrollment limit varies

 

Dates                           Location                                               Registration Contact &FDA/ORA Trainer

 

7/26-29/11                     Chicago, IL                                           Deena D’Addario

                                                                                                301-796-4538      

                                                                                                Deena.DAddario@fda.hhs.gov

 

ER967 Logistics Section Chief (Position Specific Training) (new)

 

Course Description:  This two and a half day course is designed to provide an in depth understanding of the duties, responsibilities and capabilities of an effective Logistics Section Chief on an Incident Management Team.  These responsibilities include: responding to the incident and command needs of the incident and effectively fulfilling the position responsibilities on an Incident Management Team.  Exercises, simulations, discussions and a final exam will enable participants to process and apply the knowledge.

 

Course Objectives (as identified by FEMA): Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

·         Understand the duties and responsibilities of the Logistics Section Chief during incident management operations;

·         Describe the duties of the incumbent positions in relationship to the other members of the Command and General Staff;

·         Understand the integration of FDA emergency operations and those being conducted by other governmental entities at the Federal, State, and Local levels;

·         Describe the role of an agency administrator and how they may affect incident operations;

·         Be able to perform, with help from a mentor or qualified trainer as a Logistics Section Chief or Deputy in an actual emergency situation.

 

Target Audience:  Personnel who will serve as a Logistics Section Chief or Deputy and have completed required prerequisites

 

Prerequisite: Prior to being selected to attend, participants must have successfully completed the following:

·         ICS-100 Introduction to ICS for FDA or ICS-100 Introduction to ICS

·         ICS-200 Basic ICS

·         ICS-300 Intermediate ICS for Expanding Incidents ER-300 (formerly MP320)

·         ICS-400 Advanced Incident Command Structure ER-400 (formerly MP420)

·         ICS-700 National Incident Management System (NIMS), An Introduction

·         ICS-800 National Response Framework, An Introduction

 

CEU Credits: Pending                Course Duration: 2.5 days                                 Enrollment limit varies

 

Dates                           Location                                               Registration Contact &FDA/ORA Trainer

 

3/8-10/11                       Chicago, IL                                           Deena D’Addario

                                                                                                301-796-4538      

                                                                                                Deena.DAddario@fda.hhs.gov