Emergency Preparedness


A clear chain of command; efficient, accurate communications; split-second thinking and accurate decision making; a team that instantly gels with everyone understanding their roles - that’s what emergency preparedness training from the Emergency Training Centre is all about.

These courses are designed for a wide range of personnel - fire, police, emergency medical services, public works, social services, and other agencies - who may be called upon to deal with a major emergency situation in a municipal, industrial or institutional setting. Training can take place at ETC or in suitable facilities at other locations. Course length and content can be tailored to specific needs.

To discuss off-site or corporate training, contact the Business Development Office toll free at 1 800 661 6490 ext 2038 or 8437 or email businessdevfire@lakelandcollege.ca.

Emergency Operations Centre Management
ID #1-EOCM

This 8-hour course introduces the basic principles of emergency operations, along with standard operating procedures for an Emergency Operations Centre (EOC). Planners and officials will learn to operate effectively as staff members of an EOC. This course follows the standards recommended by the Alberta Emergency Management Agency.

Evaluation: proctored written exam

Basic Emergency Management is recommended.
ID #1-EOCM

This 8-hour course introduces the basic principles of emergency operations, along with standard operating procedures for an Emergency Operations Centre (EOC). Planners and officials will learn to operate effectively as staff members of an EOC. This course follows the standards recommended by the Alberta Emergency Management Agency.

Evaluation: proctored written exam



Prerequisite: Basic Emergency Management is recommended.
Basic Emergency Management
ID #1-BEP Learn how to carry out planning and operations for emergencies in this broad based 8-hour course (online or print-based). Start with planning process theory and apply operation procedures to a spectrum of simulated disasters. Through case studies you’ll examine coordination of disaster management functions.

Evaluation: open book written exam client-hosted, correspondence, online
ID #1-BEP
Learn how to carry out planning and operations for emergencies in this broad based 8-hour course (online or print-based). Start with planning process theory and apply operation procedures to a spectrum of simulated disasters. Through case studies you’ll examine coordination of disaster management functions.

Evaluation: open book written exam

Alternative delivery method: client-hosted, correspondence, online
Introduction to Incident Command System 100
ID #1-ICSEP This 4-hour self-study module (online or print-based) is an introduction to the Incident Command System (ICS). Learn ICS organization, basic terminology, and common responsibilities associated with assignments. This course is a prerequisite for further ICS training and can be adapted for classroom delivery. This course has been recently updated to reflect the latest information available in conjunction with CIFFC and AEMA.

Evaluation: proctored open book written exam
Alternative delivery methods: online (view online delivery option), client-hosted, correspondence

ID #1-ICSEP
This 4-hour self-study module (online or print-based) is an introduction to the Incident Command System (ICS). Learn ICS organization, basic terminology, and common responsibilities associated with assignments. This course is a prerequisite for further ICS training and can be adapted for classroom delivery. This course has been recently updated to reflect the latest information available in conjunction with CIFFC and AEMA.

Evaluation: proctored open book written exam
Alternative delivery methods: online (view online delivery option), client-hosted, correspondence



Incident Command System 200
ID #2-ICSEP

This 16-hour course (print-based) is the second level in ICS training and is for anyone who may have to manage small to moderate size emergency incidents or respond as part of an integrated team using ICS. The concepts presented in the Introduction to ICS will be expanded and applied during practical exercises.

Textbook:

Evaluation
: proctored open book written exam

ID #1-ICSEP Introduction to Incident Command System 100 client-hosted $245 Jan 22 - 23, 2018
ID #2-ICSEP

This 16-hour course (print-based) is the second level in ICS training and is for anyone who may have to manage small to moderate size emergency incidents or respond as part of an integrated team using ICS. The concepts presented in the Introduction to ICS will be expanded and applied during practical exercises.

Textbook:

Evaluation
: proctored open book written exam



Prerequisite: ID #1-ICSEP Introduction to Incident Command System 100
Alternative delivery method: client-hosted
Course Cost: $245
Scheduled: Jan 22 - 23, 2018
Incident Command System 300
ID #3-ICSEP

This 24-hour course is the third level in ICS training and is intended for anyone who may have to manage moderate to large size single jurisdiction, multi-agency emergency incidents or respond as part of an integrated team, using ICS. The concepts presented in the previous ICS courses will be expanded and applied during practical exercises.

Evaluation: proctored written exam

ID #2-ICSEP Incident Command System 200 client-hosted $245 Jan 24 - 26, 2018
ID #3-ICSEP

This 24-hour course is the third level in ICS training and is intended for anyone who may have to manage moderate to large size single jurisdiction, multi-agency emergency incidents or respond as part of an integrated team, using ICS. The concepts presented in the previous ICS courses will be expanded and applied during practical exercises.

Evaluation: proctored written exam



Prerequisite: ID #2-ICSEP Incident Command System 200
Alternative delivery method: client-hosted
Course Cost: $245
Scheduled: Jan 24 - 26, 2018
Incident Command System 400
ID #4-ICSEP

This 24-hour course is the fourth level in ICS training and is intended for anyone who may have to manage moderate to large size multijurisdictional, multi-agency emergency incidents or respond as part of an integrated team, using ICS. The concepts presented in the previous ICS courses will be expanded and applied during practical exercises.

Evaluation: proctored written exam

ID #3-ICSEP Incident Command System 300 client-hosted $245
ID #4-ICSEP

This 24-hour course is the fourth level in ICS training and is intended for anyone who may have to manage moderate to large size multijurisdictional, multi-agency emergency incidents or respond as part of an integrated team, using ICS. The concepts presented in the previous ICS courses will be expanded and applied during practical exercises.

Evaluation: proctored written exam



Prerequisite: ID #3-ICSEP Incident Command System 300
Alternative delivery method: client-hosted
Course Cost: $245
Tabletop Exercise Design
ID #TED

Learn how to develop tabletop exercise materials, facilitate the delivery of tabletop exercises, evaluate an exercise and implement the follow-up and reporting from a tabletop exercise. It is suggested you review your emergency response plan before the course.

Evaluation: practical evaluation

Basic Emergency Management To arrange for corporate training contact the Business Development Office at 780 581 2038 or toll-free at 1 800 661 6490 ext 2038 or
e-mail businessdevfire@lakelandcollege.ca.
ID #TED

Learn how to develop tabletop exercise materials, facilitate the delivery of tabletop exercises, evaluate an exercise and implement the follow-up and reporting from a tabletop exercise. It is suggested you review your emergency response plan before the course.

Evaluation: practical evaluation



Prerequisite: Basic Emergency Management
Scheduled: To arrange for corporate training contact the Business Development Office at 780 581 2038 or toll-free at 1 800 661 6490 ext 2038 or
e-mail businessdevfire@lakelandcollege.ca.
Also Available:

•  Disaster Social Services Planning    ID #1-DSSP
•  Emergency Planning for Elected Officials  ID #1-EPEO
•  Public Information Officer  ID #1-PIO 


For more information on these courses or to arrange for corporate training contact the Business Development Office at 780 581 2038 or toll-free at 1 800 6490 ext. 2038 or email businessdevfire@lakelandcollege.ca

•  Disaster Social Services Planning    ID #1-DSSP
•  Emergency Planning for Elected Officials  ID #1-EPEO
•  Public Information Officer  ID #1-PIO 


For more information on these courses or to arrange for corporate training contact the Business Development Office at 780 581 2038 or toll-free at 1 800 6490 ext. 2038 or email businessdevfire@lakelandcollege.ca