The overall objective for these qualifications is to support the learner to update and continue with professional development, and to develop knowledge and skills relevant to an effective incident command system in the fire and rescue services.
The awards enable learners to be ready to work, but not yet competent, in incident command at the appropriate level.
The qualifications align with the CFOA National Operational Guidance (NOG) 2015 for ‘The Foundation for Incident Command’ and ‘Incident Command’.
UNITS AND RULES OF COMBINATION:
This qualification is made up of one mandatory unit. To be awarded this qualification the learner must achieve the unit – Intermediate Incident Command in Fire and Rescue Services. There are 40 Guided Learning Hours to complete the qualification.
On completion of the course, students will be able to: –
- Understand key roles and responsibilities within Incident Command
- Understand command and leadership skills within Incident Command
- Understand the application of effective decision making during operational incidents
- Understand the principles of risk management at operational incidents
- Understand the methods of communication for operational incidents
- Understand joint working and interoperability
- Be able to review and determine the status of operational incidents
- Be able to assume responsibility for actions to support those involved in operational incidents
- Be able to review responses to operational incidents
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40 Guided Learning Hours