First week will be a double serving of radio intraop comms training. However, we will be rolling out our first ICS-402: ICS for Executives/Senior Officials course. Looking forward to a diverse group of leaders from across the state.
Second week will be back-to-back ICS-400 courses as well as a PIO Awareness course on AlohaFriday.
Third week is another ICS-400 course with heavy focus on AAR/IP and resource coordination.
Fourth week we are rolling out the basic weather courses starting Monday and then Tuesday right into the FEMA Basic PIO Course with JIC/JIS class on Thursday.
Candidly speaking, February is really the calm before the storm. Wait till March 2019. Yikes.
Last day of ICS-400: Advanced ICS for Command and General Staff – complex incidents.
Great to have providers in our training class from across the state – esp since they are participating in their backup Emergency Operations Center (EOC). Lots to discuss and collaborate esp when discussing MACs (multiagency Coordination) in conjunction with Unified command.
Shared a few videos from back in the day including showcasing a bunch of FL Emergency Managers.
During all the classroom TTEs, I love that so many are actively engaged and participating. This kind of joint effort in preparedness planning and coordinated response will only help solidify efforts in their upcoming National Special Security Event (NSSE).