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Stanislaus County
Office of Emergency Services

Class Registration

Coordinated by the Office of Emergency Services
(209) 552-3600

To register, select Course Name below for the class you wish to attend.
  Course Name Course Description
 1)  ICS 300b Intermediate ICS Please register separately for ICS 400b. 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.
 2)  ICS 400b Advanced/EOC Please register separately for ICS 300b. A 16 Hour 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.
 3)  G775 EOC Mgmt and Ops This 16 hour course focuses on EOC Management and Operations. Content includes Multi-agency Coordination, EOC design, and how to staff, activate and de-activate an EOC.
 4)  G191 ICP/EOC Interface This 8 hour course provides an understanding of the ICS/EOC interface. Content includes an overview of ICS and MACS and a practical exercise to discuss, apply and validate workshop concepts and ideas for an effective ICS/EOC interface.
 5)  G606 SEMS/NIMS Combined This 8 hour course combines the following courses: ICS100, IS700, IS701.a, IS706, and IS800. This course combines several courses to meet basic level NIMS compliance for emergency management and response personnel.
 6)  ICS100/700 Basic NIMS Workshop This 8 hour course meets the requirements of the Basic Incident Command System and is designed to introduce the NIMS, SEMS and ICS concepts.
 7)  EOC All Sections Exercise This 8 hour exercise focuses on key EOC positions within the Management, Operations, Planning, Logistics, and Finance Sections based on the state OES EOC Section/Position credentialing document.
 8)  G557 Rapid Assessment Workshop This 16 hour course focuses on plans and procedures for responding to the initial 4 hours of a disaster. Content includes pre-event planning, intelligence gathering and situational awareness distribution.