||ICS 700a NIMS Intro
||A 4-hour course that provides awareness level training and overviews the National Incident Management System (NIMS). NIMS provides a consistent nationwide template to enable all government, private-sector, and nongovernmental organizations to work together during domestic incidents.
||100b ICS Intro
||A 4 hour course provides awareness level training, overviews the Incident Command System (ICS), and provides the foundation for higher level ICS training. This course describes the history, features and principles, and organizational structure of the Incident Command System.
||ICS 200 BASIC ICS
||A 12 1/2 hour course that meets the requirements of the Basic Incident Command System. This course covers Leadership and Management, Delegation of Authority, Management by Objectives, Functional Areas and Positions, Briefings, Organizational Flexibiliy, and Transfer of Command.
||ICS 300 INTERMD ONLY
||ICS 300 ONLY. Please register separately for ICS 400. A 20 hour (2 8-hour days, 1 4-hour day) Intermediate ICS course for supervisory/management staff that would be assigned in a supervisory or leadership role in the Command or General Staff of an incident. NOT A STATE CERTIFIED CLASS.
||ICS 400/EOC ADV ONLY
||ICS 400 Only. Please register separately for ICS 300. A 20 Hour (2 8-hour days, 1 4-hour day) Advanced ICS/Intro to EOC course for supervisory/management staff that would be assigned in a supervisory/leadership role in the Command or General Staff of an emergency response. NOT STATE CERTIFIED CLASS.
||ADVANCED EMERGENCY OPERATIONS
||A 16-hour course designed for students who have completed the 40 hour Stanislaus County ICS 300/400/EOC course. This course expands upon EOC functions, roles and responsibilities, and goes into EOC staffing/design as well as recovery operations.