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Posted by nemarampunavat on July 30th, 2019


Our ICS courses, while offered in a universal NIMS format set by FEMA, thay are all tailored to meet the needs of our local clients here at KSA and the GCC contries.


The Intermediate Incident Command (ICS 300) is a three-day course providing you tools to better manage an emergent incident or planned event. This course is both fully NIMS compliant while, upon request, tailored to your organizations, agency, business, or unit’s needs.

In all our courses we encourage interactive discussion and table-top exercises to allow our students to truely learn by doing. Upon completion, you will have a practical and working knowledge of ICS appropriate for your needs and to help you work with other support agencies beyond your organization.

The objectives of the course are:

Describe how the NIMS Command and Management component supports the management of expanding incidents.Describe the incident/event management process for supervisors as prescribed by the Incident Command System (ICS).Develop an Incident Action Plan for a simulated incident scenarios.The specific units covered in the course are:

ICS Fundamentals ReviewUnified CommandIncident/Event Assessment and Incident ObjectivesPlanning ProcessIncident Resource ManagementDemobilization, Transfer of Command, and Closeout


This two week course is aimed to prepare and to further enhance fire officers knowledge of the strategies and tactics that need to be implemented at various fire scenarios occurring at different structures to include single and multiple dwellings, high rises, commercial and mixed-use structures.

Subjects covered:

Fire behaviorSize-upArrival reports & resource requirementsFire ground organizationFire ground communicationsPost control activitiesBuilding constructionModes of operationStrategic considerations on high rise firesFostering a culture of safety

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