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  • NIMS training?

    I just wanted to peak around, speaking of DHS, and see who all has certified out on any of the NIMS catagories..?
    Deputy Sheriff

  • #2
    I am certified for ICS 100 level and am working on the higher level certifications.
    Keeping the parking lots safe, hallways moving and the Chik Fil A busy.

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    • #3
      NIMS and much more. I think the count is 36 courses done so far. I've been doing them off and on for several years now. I am required to have IS 100, 200 700 and 800 as the Radio Officer for the Aux Communications Service for my Parish Emergency Management Agency.
      Here's the list of the FEMA IS courses I've completed.

      IS-1 Emergency Program Manager
      IS-2 Emergency Preparedness, USA
      IS-3 Radiological Emergency Management
      IS-5 Hazardous Materials- A Citizens Orientation
      IS-7 A Citizens Guide to Disaster Assistance
      IS-10 Animals in Disaster, Awareness and Preparedness
      IS-11 Animals in Disaster, Community Planning
      IS-22 Are You Ready? An In-depth Guide to Citizen Preparedness
      IS-55 Household Hazardous Materials-A Guide for Citizens
      IS-100FW Intro to the ICS for Federal Disaster Workers
      IS-111 Livestock in Disaster
      IS-120 An Orientation to Community Disaster Exercises
      IS-139 Exercise Design
      IS-195 Basic Incident Command System
      IS-200 ICS for Single Resources & Initial Action Incidents
      IS-230 Principles of Emergency Management
      IS-235 Emergency Planning
      IS-240 Leadership and Influence
      IS-241 Decision Making and Problem Solving
      IS-242 Effective Communication
      IS-244 Developing and Managing Volunteers
      IS-271 Anticipating Hazardous Weather & Community Risk
      IS-275 Role of the Emergency Operations Center
      IS-288 Role of Voluntary Agencies in Emergency Management
      IS-292 Disaster Basics
      IS-301 Radiological Emergency Response
      IS-302 Modular Emergency Radiological Response Transportation
      IS-317 Intro to Community Emergency Response Teams
      IS-324 Community Hurricane Preparedness
      IS-346 An Orientation to Hazardous Materials for Medical Personel
      IS-393 Introduction to Mitigation
      IS-394 Mitigation for Homeowners
      IS-630 Introduction to the Public Assistance Process
      IS-631 Public Assistance Operations 1
      IS-700 National Incident Management System (NIMS)
      IS-800 National Response Plan (NRP), An Introduction
      Hospital Security Officer

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      • #4
        When I get off my ass (probably today) I'll continue the ICS 100 course and just keep going. Its just so boring.
        Some Kind of Commando Leader

        "Every time I see another crazy Florida post, I'm glad I don't work there." ~ Minneapolis Security on Florida Security Law

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        • #5
          I have taken several, I would have to dig out the neat little certificates to see what all tho.

          I have taken NIMS, Emergency Operations Center Coordinator(?)

          Let me check lol

          These are all pretty good little courses exspecially if you do all the littel add ons.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by N. A. Corbier
            When I get off my ass (probably today) I'll continue the ICS 100 course and just keep going. Its just so boring.
            God, isnt that the truth?????? DHS does such a wonderful job of death by Power Point.

            Now, the hardest level NIMS so far? Opinions?
            Deputy Sheriff

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            • #7
              Nims

              Let me apologize beforehand on the long post


              I work for Pinkerton Government Services as a Site
              Supervisor in Dallas,Texas. Doing this 5 years.

              Have the following Certificates:

              Hazardous Materials First Responder Awareness Level

              Hazardous Materials First Responder Instructor

              FEMA-IS-241 Decision Making & Problem Solving

              FEMA-IS-242 Effective Communications

              FEMA-IS-002 Emergency Program Manager

              FEMA-IS-002 Emergency Preparedness,USA

              FEMA-IS-015 Special Events Contingency Planning

              FEMA-IS-240 Leadership & Influence

              FEMA-IS-230 Principles Of Emergency Management

              FEMA-IS-235 Emergency Planning

              FEMA-IS-317 Introduction To CERT

              FEMA-IS-139 Exercise Design

              FEMA-IS-244 Developing & Managing Volunteers

              FEMA-Certificate of Achievement(Professional Development Series)

              School of Public Health/Univ. of Albany,SUNY-Terrorism Preparedness & Pblic Health

              NYS Emergency Management Office-ICS 100

              USFA Certificate of Training-Emergency Response To Terrorism(Self Study)

              NERRTC/DHS/ODP-WMD Terrorism Awareness For Emergency Responders

              NERRTC/DHS/ODP-Public Works:WMD Basic Concepts

              NERRTC/DHS/ODP-EMS I:Basic Concepts For WMD Incidents

              NERRTC/DHS/ODP-WMD Incident Management/Unified Command

              NERRTC/DHS/ODP- Bacillus Anthracis

              Pinkerton- ACT 1/ACT 2/ACT 3

              American Red Cross-First Aid CPR AED Instructor

              Texas Engineering Extension Service- Children and Nerve Agents

              Texas Engineering Extension Service- Introduction to SNS and Mass Prophylaxis

              Texas Engineering Extension Service- Medical Effects of Primary Blast Injuries

              Texas Engineering Extension Service- Emergency Management Concerns for the First Responder in Terrorism and Disasters

              North Carolina Center for Public Health Preparedness- Radiation Safety: Disaster Preparedness

              North Carolina Center for Public Health Preparedness- Radiation Safety: Units

              North Carolina Center for Public Health Preparedness- Radiation Safety: Bioeffects and Standards & Radiation Detection

              North Carolina Center for Public Health Preparedness- Radiation Safety: Types of Radiation

              North Carolina Center for Public Health Preparedness- Chemical Weapons: Detection Basics(Part 1&2)

              North Carolina Center for Public Health Preparedness- Chemical Weapons: Protection Basics

              North Carolina Center for Public Health Preparedness- Chemical Weapons: Introduction & Classification/Chemical Weapons:Basic Concepts

              North Carolina Center for Public Health Preparedness- Incident Command Systems(ICS) For Public Health

              North Carolina Center for Public Health Preparedness- Crisis Leadership: Leadership at the Speed of Light

              South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness- Bioterrorism

              South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness- Chemical Terrorism

              South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness- Counterterrorism Incident Command

              South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness-Defense Against the Radiological Threat

              South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness- Food as an Effective Weapon of Terrorism

              South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness- Improving Your Communication Skills

              South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness- Managerial Communications

              South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness- Managing Conflict in the Workplace

              South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness- Practice-based Scenarios for Recognition, Detection and Exposure Assessment of Chemical Terrorist Agents

              South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness- Preparing for a Chemical Terrorist Event

              South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness- Recognition and Safe Handling of Chemical Terrorist Agents

              South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness- Using Risk Assessment in Chemical Emergencies to Protect Public Health

              South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness- Terrorism, Risk Assessment and Homeland Defense

              South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness- The Terrorist Threat to Global Agriculture, Food and Water Supplies

              South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness- Managing Diversity Begins with You

              South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness- Communication Gap: Linking First Responders and First Receivers

              South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness- Planning, Implementation and Expolitation of a Field Exercise

              South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness- Biological Response Preparedness for Emergency Medical Services

              South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness- Guidelines and tandards for a WMD Response

              South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness- Communication Gap: Linking First Responders and First Receivers

              Michigan State University School of Criminal Justice- Hazardous Materials Response-Awareness Level

              Michigan State University School of Criminal Justice- Incident Management System-Awareness Level

              Michigan State University School of Criminal Justice- Evacuation Coordinator

              Michigan State University School of Criminal Justice- Emergency Response Planning

              Michigan State University School of Criminal Justice- Unified Command-Awareness Level

              Michigan State University School of Criminal Justice- Bloodborne Pathogens

              Michigan State University School of Criminal Justice- Container Inspections

              Michigan State University School of Criminal Justice- Hospital-Based Decontamination: Hazard Recognition

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              • #8
                Who wants to put up the FEMA EMS link again. I forgot it.

                ... Never mind. training.fema.gov

                Too bad the site really, really hates Firefox. I'm gonna try tonight with IE, the thing seems really under load.
                Last edited by N. A. Corbier; 09-22-2006, 03:31 PM.
                Some Kind of Commando Leader

                "Every time I see another crazy Florida post, I'm glad I don't work there." ~ Minneapolis Security on Florida Security Law

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by inman
                  Let me apologize beforehand on the long post


                  I work for Pinkerton Government Services as a Site
                  Supervisor in Dallas,Texas. Doing this 5 years.

                  Have the following Certificates:

                  Hazardous Materials First Responder Awareness Level

                  Hazardous Materials First Responder Instructor

                  FEMA-IS-241 Decision Making & Problem Solving

                  FEMA-IS-242 Effective Communications

                  FEMA-IS-002 Emergency Program Manager

                  FEMA-IS-002 Emergency Preparedness,USA

                  FEMA-IS-015 Special Events Contingency Planning

                  FEMA-IS-240 Leadership & Influence

                  FEMA-IS-230 Principles Of Emergency Management

                  FEMA-IS-235 Emergency Planning

                  FEMA-IS-317 Introduction To CERT

                  FEMA-IS-139 Exercise Design

                  FEMA-IS-244 Developing & Managing Volunteers

                  FEMA-Certificate of Achievement(Professional Development Series)

                  School of Public Health/Univ. of Albany,SUNY-Terrorism Preparedness & Pblic Health

                  NYS Emergency Management Office-ICS 100

                  USFA Certificate of Training-Emergency Response To Terrorism(Self Study)

                  NERRTC/DHS/ODP-WMD Terrorism Awareness For Emergency Responders

                  NERRTC/DHS/ODP-Public Works:WMD Basic Concepts

                  NERRTC/DHS/ODP-EMS I:Basic Concepts For WMD Incidents

                  NERRTC/DHS/ODP-WMD Incident Management/Unified Command

                  NERRTC/DHS/ODP- Bacillus Anthracis

                  Pinkerton- ACT 1/ACT 2/ACT 3

                  American Red Cross-First Aid CPR AED Instructor

                  Texas Engineering Extension Service- Children and Nerve Agents

                  Texas Engineering Extension Service- Introduction to SNS and Mass Prophylaxis

                  Texas Engineering Extension Service- Medical Effects of Primary Blast Injuries

                  Texas Engineering Extension Service- Emergency Management Concerns for the First Responder in Terrorism and Disasters

                  North Carolina Center for Public Health Preparedness- Radiation Safety: Disaster Preparedness

                  North Carolina Center for Public Health Preparedness- Radiation Safety: Units

                  North Carolina Center for Public Health Preparedness- Radiation Safety: Bioeffects and Standards & Radiation Detection

                  North Carolina Center for Public Health Preparedness- Radiation Safety: Types of Radiation

                  North Carolina Center for Public Health Preparedness- Chemical Weapons: Detection Basics(Part 1&2)

                  North Carolina Center for Public Health Preparedness- Chemical Weapons: Protection Basics

                  North Carolina Center for Public Health Preparedness- Chemical Weapons: Introduction & Classification/Chemical Weapons:Basic Concepts

                  North Carolina Center for Public Health Preparedness- Incident Command Systems(ICS) For Public Health

                  North Carolina Center for Public Health Preparedness- Crisis Leadership: Leadership at the Speed of Light

                  South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness- Bioterrorism

                  South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness- Chemical Terrorism

                  South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness- Counterterrorism Incident Command

                  South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness-Defense Against the Radiological Threat

                  South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness- Food as an Effective Weapon of Terrorism

                  South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness- Improving Your Communication Skills

                  South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness- Managerial Communications

                  South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness- Managing Conflict in the Workplace

                  South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness- Practice-based Scenarios for Recognition, Detection and Exposure Assessment of Chemical Terrorist Agents

                  South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness- Preparing for a Chemical Terrorist Event

                  South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness- Recognition and Safe Handling of Chemical Terrorist Agents

                  South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness- Using Risk Assessment in Chemical Emergencies to Protect Public Health

                  South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness- Terrorism, Risk Assessment and Homeland Defense

                  South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness- The Terrorist Threat to Global Agriculture, Food and Water Supplies

                  South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness- Managing Diversity Begins with You

                  South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness- Communication Gap: Linking First Responders and First Receivers

                  South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness- Planning, Implementation and Expolitation of a Field Exercise

                  South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness- Biological Response Preparedness for Emergency Medical Services

                  South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness- Guidelines and tandards for a WMD Response

                  South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness- Communication Gap: Linking First Responders and First Receivers

                  Michigan State University School of Criminal Justice- Hazardous Materials Response-Awareness Level

                  Michigan State University School of Criminal Justice- Incident Management System-Awareness Level

                  Michigan State University School of Criminal Justice- Evacuation Coordinator

                  Michigan State University School of Criminal Justice- Emergency Response Planning

                  Michigan State University School of Criminal Justice- Unified Command-Awareness Level

                  Michigan State University School of Criminal Justice- Bloodborne Pathogens

                  Michigan State University School of Criminal Justice- Container Inspections

                  Michigan State University School of Criminal Justice- Hospital-Based Decontamination: Hazard Recognition
                  Impressive resume indeed. My problem would be remembering all that. A good way would be to work as an instructor. Otherwise, use it or forget it.
                  Security: Freedom from fear; danger; safe; a feeling of well-being. (Webster's)

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                  • #10
                    No kidding.. I cant even remember my EMSHA training stuff.. But good job with the certs.
                    Deputy Sheriff

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                    • #11
                      I am the senior instructor for my company, whose region covers 15 states. I am going to be traveling in the future to train around our region.

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                      • #12
                        OK, quick question.....

                        I just had some of my staff test out on ICS 100, and the electronic answer sheet for online had slots for 50 answers. The exam (printed out) had only 25.. Did I miss something, or did they change their form?
                        Deputy Sheriff

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