Class dates: September 20, 22, 27 & 29
Time: 0915-1115 PST

Class dates: December 2, 5, 7 & 9
Time: 0915-1115 PST

Class dates: January 23, 25, 27 & 30
Time: 0915-1115 PST

Same great course, three sessions to choose from!

Course Information

OVERVIEW: Provide the foundational level of skills, knowledge and abilities for individuals who will work in the critical leadership functions of incident command, incident communications and technology problem-solving during Information Technology (IT) incidents.

CONTENT: history of the Incident Management System (IMS); adaptation of IMS best practices from public safety into IT; roles and responsibilities of the Incident Commander, Liaison Officer and Scribe (the Command Staff); communications briefings using the Conditions, Actions and Needs (CAN) report; human behaviors and situations commonly encountered during incidents; the Incident Lifecycle template and After-Action Reviews (AARs).

OBJECTIVE: To prepare individuals to successfully lead critical functions during incidents in the roles of Incident Commanders, Liaison Officer (LNO), Scribe and Subject Matter Expert (SME).

Course Format: The Level 1 training course is organized into four Sprints of two hours each conducted on the Zoom video conferencing platform. Participants will receive an invitation called a “Dispatch Notice”, which will include the date, time and Zoom invite link for each Sprint of the Level 1 training course. All Sprints are led by Blackrock 3 Partners personnel, with a lead instructor providing instructional content and preceptors observing participant engagement, coaching and providing feedback. Instructor and preceptors will utilize the Incident Commander, Liaison Officer and Scribe (Command Staff) roles from IMS during each Sprint. Each Sprint will combine lecture and small-group exercises using the Zoom Breakout Room feature, so that participants can practice the roles, skills and tactics discussed during the lecture.

Evaluation Criteria and Grading: In each of the Sprints, participants will take the leadership roles of Incident Commander and Command Staff during small-group exercises conducted in Zoom’s Breakout Rooms. Participants will be observed, coached, and given evaluation/feedback by the preceptor in the Breakout Rooms. Upon completion of exercises all exercises, participants with at least 75% attendance receive the BR3P Level 1 certification.

Requirements: a) Participants in this course will be required to sign and submit a Non-Disclosure Agreement as a condition of participation in OnLINE Academy training. b) Each participant will need a webcam with microphone, and be able to use the Zoom platform for interactive exercises. Headset /headphones are optional. Out of respect for others, we request that all participants make every effort to ensure their workspace is free of background noise and visual distractions during training sessions.

Prerequisites: There are no prerequisites, but optional readings can be found on BR3P’s website (blackrock3.com) and in the textbook Incident Management for Operations (ISBN-13: 978-1491917626) by Rob Schnepp, Ron Vidal and Chris Hawley.

This course fulfills prerequisite requirement for enrollment in Incident Commander Level 2.

 

Register now, then select which session you wish to attend!

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Have questions, or want to be added to a wait list for future dates? 
Just drop us an email at ashley@blackrock3.com 

 

Blackrock 3 Partners has over 100 years of collective incident management experience leading Special Operations teams in busy urban Fire Departments on the east and west coast, and managing critical technology infrastructure across the United States. We also have incident management experience in 40+ countries at the highest levels of government and industry. We take best practices, literally tested by fire, and translate them into the world of IT Operations.