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The Response Team Inc.

Strike Team/Task Force Leader

Strike Team/Task Force Leader

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Course Description

This course provides emergency responders with an overview of key duties and responsibilities of a Strike Team/Resource Team/Task Force Leaders in an AHIMT.

Delivery and Length

This classroom-based Instructor facilitated course requires a minimum of 20 student contact hours, not including scheduled breaks. It is recommended that this course be delivered over 3 days.

Learning Outcomes

By the end of this course, students will be able to:

• The duties, responsibilities, and capabilities of an effective Strike Team/Resource Team/ Task Force Leader on an AHIMT.

• Identify course objectives and position-specific resource materials for Strike Team/Resource Team/Task Force Leader.

Describe the function and components of the Incident Management Organization/Team and the Operations Section.

 Describe the responsibilities of the Strike Team/Resource Team/Task Force Leader at the pre-response, response, operational, demobilization, and post incident phases of an incident.

 Describe the information gathering and dissemination responsibilities of the Strike Team/Resource Team/Task Force Leader.

 Describe the leadership and personnel supervision responsibilities of the Strike Team/Resource Team/Task Force Leader.

 Describe the risk management and safety responsibilities of the Strike Team/ Resource Team/Task Force Leader.

 Describe the tasks a Strike Team/Resource Team/Task Force Leader is required to complete during an Operational period for an incident

Prerequisites:

ICS 200

Target Audience:

Agencies and organizations are responsible to determine who within their organizations requires ICS Position Specific training, based on local incident management organizational planning.

The audience may include students from a variety of agencies and functional disciplines, including fire service, law enforcement, emergency management, public works departments, as well as public health organizations, medical emergency teams and hospitals.

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