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Training Announcement: USCG Offers ICS 300 Course


January 19, 2011


The US Coast Guard will conduct the ICS-300 Course, Intermediate Incident Command, over 2 days in February. Both sessions will be held at the USCG Sector Field Office in Southwest Harbor.


  • ICS-300, Intermediate Incident Command


  • Wednesday, February 2nd, 8:00am to 5:00pm
  • Wednesday, February 3rd, 8:00am to 5:00pm


  • USCG Sector Field Office in Southwest Harbor

Course Information:

CS-300 Intermediate ICS expands on Basic ICS and is designed for personnel who will be assigned to key Emergency Operations Center and Incident Command Post roles and for those assigned to ICS supervisory positions. It provides more description and detail of the organization and operation of the ICS, management of resources, describes the duties of all positions including the Air Operations organization, and provides examples of how the essential principles are used in incident and event planning. The CG version of this course is process based and will require the students to work from initial response through one full planning cycle.

Prerequisites are IS-100, IS-200, and IS-700. Seating is limited. IS-300 expands on IS-100 and IS-200, and provides training on resources for personnel who require advanced applications of the Incident Command System.

The class is required for EMS Chiefs, Law Enforcement Chiefs and Deputies, Fire Chiefs, Chief Fire Officers, DST/RRT Technicians, EOC Management, IMAT Team Members Level III & IV.

To Register:

Please RSVP to Arn Heggers if you would like to attend. Deadline to register is January 26, 2011. Email or fax the following information:

Name: Agency/Organization:
Agency/Org Address: ICS-200 completed on: IS-800 completed on: e-Mail: Phone: Date sent to POC:

Fax: 207-741-5403



Arn Heggers, USCG


Last update: 07/20/10