Current training and operational requirements set forth under FEMA's National Incident Management System (NIMS) and California's Standardized Emergency Management System (SEMS) have been adopted and implemented by San Joaquin County in the Emergency Operations Plan (see minimum training requirements in the following table).
Individual departments and agencies are responsible for maintaining current training records. These courses will be added to the Department Training Processors’ mandatory training reports to ensure compliance from all staff. Training requirements apply to all disaster service workers, including first-line supervisors, middle management, and Command and General Staff, as well as:
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|Course||Course Name||Dates||Registration Link|
|G-402||ICS Course for Executive Staff ||January 29, 2024, 8:30am-12pm||Registration coming soon.|
|ICS-300||Intermediate ICS for Expanding Incidents||February 5-7, 2024, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.||Registration coming soon.|
|ICS-400||Advanced ICS for Command and General Staff- Complex Incidents||March 14-15, 2024, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.||Registration coming soon.|
|MSO||Maintaining Sustained Operations||May 21-22, 2024||Register Here|
Visit CSTI for more courses and additional training information.
|Job or Position||G-606||IS-100||IS-200||IS-300||IS-400||IS-700||IS-800||PSC|
|All San Joaquin County Employees / Disaster Service Workers||X||X||X||X||X|
|Personnel responsible to fill mid-level management role (i.e., strike team leaders, unit leaders, division/group supervisors, branch directors, etc.).||X||X||X||X||X||X||X||♦|
|Personnel responsible to fill Command/Management or General Staff positions in an ICP, DOC or EOC. This includes Managers and Directors with responsibilities for Public Safety, Emergency Response, Emergency Management, and Public Health services.||X||X||X||X||X||X||X||♦|
|Senior Officials – Elected Officials and their staff, Department Heads, Members of the SJC MAC Group, etc.||ICS-402, Incident Command System for Executive Staff|
♦ Position specific training courses directed at EOC Credentialing programs or all-hazard position training; courses are not required but encouraged.
NIMS baseline curriculum courses (IS-700 and IS-100) introduce NIMS and Incident Command System concepts and provide the foundation for higher-level training. Introduction to SEMS is the basis of the California system. These and many other courses are available online through FEMAs Independent Study Program or through CSTI as indicated. For in-person only courses, contact your department training coordinator or OES for information. For information on how to access these trainings, use the following link- Incident Command Trainings
The following FEMA videos are each between 45 seconds and 11 minutes in length. They are designed to be viewed together, however have been broken into segments to allow users to view as needed. These were developed based upon the Planning "P" in the October 2017 NIMS document.