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Dixie Applied Technology College and the Utah Fire and Rescue Academy are pleased to sponsor

Intermediate ICS (ICS-300) May 22-24

Advanced ICS (ICS-400) May 25-26

These courses provide training for personnel who require advanced application of the Incident Command System.

Who Should Attend

To attend this class, the participant must be affiliated with a city, town, or county fire department in UTAH.  If you are not affiliated with a Utah department and are interested in attending this class, please contact Angie Menlove at 801-863-7704 or Dan Cather at 801-863-7423.  

This class is directed towards supervisory personnel assigned to: command & control leadership positions, hazmat teams, EMS, fire department company officers, firefighters seeking advancement training, and any emergency management personnel.

Prerequisites

Students who wish to attend this training must complete the “on-line” or classroom ICS 100 & 200 courses.  It is also recommended that students complete the on-line ICS 700 & 800b courses prior to entering this class.  

Attendance Requirements

For students to successfully pass this course, they must attend the 3-day, 24-hour course and pass a written test with a minimum score of 70%. By registering for the class, you will be required to sign the Student Expectations Letter.

Instructors

Course Syllabus

 ICS-300 & 400 Course Syllabus

Course Dates/Locations

  • Date: ICS 300 : May 22-24; ICS 400: May 25-26
  • Time:  0900 - 1700 each day
  • Location:  DATC Emergency Response Training Center
    • 610 S Airport Rd, St. George, UT 84770

Register

For more information contact Dennis Goudy by email or at 801-652-3852 or Jason Whipple by email or at 435-703-1431

Student Feedback

"Instructors knowledge base was phenomenal. They were extremely organized and presented the material in a "fun" atmosphere. Class was kept informative and never boring. Really liked the "personal" spin that was added having the "incident" based locally. Made the class more interesting with the localized viewpoint added. Excellent class. Excellent instructors!"  
"Instructors were well prepared and knowledgeable about the topic.  They encouraged participation and ensured adequate learning.  All objectives were met, and in most cases, exceeded.  All in all, the best NIMS class I've attended."
"Excellent instructors. Knowledgeable and had experience to share.  Class well organized.  Time frames were kept and started on time.  Good mix of discussion, PowerPoint, and exercises.  Class flowed well and was interesting."

 
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