New online course teaches basic Incident Command System

04/26/2007
The National Wildfire Coordination Group and the U.S. Fire Administration have jointly developed and implemented a new online course that will enable firefighters, incident responders and other interested parties to learn and understand the basics of the Incident Command System. I-100, Introduction to the Incident Command System (ICS) on-line training is available on the U.S. Fire Administration's virtual campus (http://training.fema.gov/) and at the National Wildfire Coordination Group's training website (http://training.nwcg.gov/).The Incident Command System is the organizational framework that enables responders to efficiently manage all aspects of an emergency response or critical sit...

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