This course includes Part Two which is an additional element covering ICS at Supervisory Manager Level.
This course is made up of 40 Guided Learning Hours, including 10 hours of e-learning and 6 hours of portfolio completion. It also consists of a further 2 days covering the application of Incident Command which in turn is cross mapped to the National Occupational Standard WM7.
Who is this course for?
The course has been designed to enhance the three day course for those who have a supervisory manager responsibility (Watch and Crew Managers). It enables practical demonstration of Incident Command. The additional part two element guides the student through applying ICS in differing scenarios from large to small vessels alongside or in estuarial waters and inland waterways.
The qualification comprises of 4 units including:
Unit 1: Legislations and guidance relating to maritime fire fighting.
Unit 2: Principles and procedures for maritime fire fighting.
Unit 3: Application of maritime fire fighting techniques.
Unit 4: Application of maritime fire fighting incident command procedures, National Occupational Standard WM7, lead and support people to resolve operational incidents.
Assessment & certification
The successful completion of a scenario assessment deems the student competent in WM7.