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Advanced Planning Concepts : Developing Incident Action Plans (NE-001-COMM)

This course is a two-day session designed to immerse the participants in the understanding and application of ICS forms, The Advanced Planning process, and several other critical advanced planning products and techniques. Participants work to develop an accurate, graded, Incident Action Plan and appropriate related products and displays while encountering a variety of stimulus that are experienced consistently in real world incidents. Course scenarios are based on the fifteen national planning scenarios and address both targets and tasks as outlined by the Department of Homeland Security. THIS COURSE WILL OFFICIALLY TRAIN THE PARTICIPANTS ON THE NEW FEMA ALL-HAZARD ICS FORMS (RELEASED DECEMBER 2010). PARTICIPANTS WILL ALSO RECEIVE A CUSTOM EXCEL WORKBOOK OF THE NEW FORMS ALONG WITH OTHER ADDITIONAL JOB AIDS. 

On September 11th 2009, DHS approved this course for inclusion in the state-sponsored catalog. Since 2010, the APC course has been delivered forty times nationally. This course can be conducted at the client location or at our home training site, The Disaster Management Institute in Aurora, Colorado.

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The following grants were utilized to conduct the course at a host agency location:

State Homeland Security Program, Urban Area Security Initiative, Metropolitan Medical Response System, Law Enforcement Terrorism Prevention Program, Citizen Corps Program Training 

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WMD Awareness Course (AWR-160)

Law Enforcement Response Actions (PER-265) 

Louisiana State University

Law Enforcement Prevention and Deterrence of Terrorists (AWR-122)

Computerized Aided Management of Emergency Operations (MGT-320)

New Mexico Tech

Incident Response to Terrorist Bombings (AWR-130)

Prevention and Response to Suicide Bombing Incident (AWR-131)

Understanding and Planning for School Bomb Incidents (AWR-132)

Bechtel Nevada / UNLV

WMD Radiological/Nuclear Awareness (AWR-140)

Terrorism Awareness: Protecting Soft Targets (AWR-185)

US Department of Energy

Modular Emergency Response to Radiological Transport Training (NLE-Index 036)

Pine Bluff Arsenal/DPETAP

Hospital Mass Casualty Patient Decontamination

American Medical Association / National Disaster Life Support Foundation

Basis Disaster Life Support

Advanced Disaster Life Support

ICS / EOC / Emergency Management Related Training

ICS/EOC Interface (G-191) 

Recovery for Local Government (G 270.4)

Hospital Incident Command (HICS)

Evacuation and Re-Entry Planning (G-358)

Expedient Flood Fighting and Ops (G 361 and 270.3)

Incident Command System 100, 200, 300, 400, (ICS)

ICS for Executives and Elected Officials (ICS 402) Live Webinar Available 03/2012

Continuity Program Manager (G-548)

Continuity Planners Workshop (G-550)

National Incident Management System (700)

Emergency Operations Center and Management (G-775)

The National Response Framework (800b)

The National Infrastructure Protection Plan (860)

Planning Section Chief (L-962)

Situation Unit Leader (L-964)

Resource Unit Leader (L-965)

Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP)

Community Emergency Response Team (CERT)

L series position specific courses require host state and fema regional approval to be certified 

Instructor Methodologies Refresher Course (IMR) 

Advanced Planning Concepts: Developing Incident Action Plans (NE-001-COMM)


Since 911 we have instructed over 20,000 students. Click on the email tab above to make inquiry about the above courses