Incident management at a Tactical level.

Course reference: EX004

Course Overview

This course is aimed at staff within your organisation who are / may be required to operate at a Tactical Level (formerly Silver Commander) during an incident response.
Often staff from many non-blue light agencies who are required to operate at a Tactical level during an incident, have totally different day jobs from that of a Tactical Commander.
Tactical level commanders are an integral part of overall C3 (Command, Control, Co-ordination) of any response. They will support the Strategic (formerly Gold) commanders and be responsible for directing the Operational Commanders (formerly Bronze) elements of the response.

Any incident that occurs there will without a doubt be a delay in the Emergency Services arriving, so you will find yourselves as the “Zero” responders.
That response will include the filling of the “command gap” until the Emergency Services arrive and then a combined response will be initiated following the JESIP principles.

It is essential that you have trained staff to fulfill this pivotal role during an incident response.

The content is aligned to the National Occupational Standards (NOS) for the role of a Tactical Commander.

Unit Unit Description
CCAA1 Work in co-operation with other organisations
CCAA2 Share information with other organisations
CCAA3 Manage information to support civil protection decision making
CCAB1 Anticipate and assess the risk of emergencies
CCAE3 Conduct debriefing after an emergency, exercise, or other activity
CCAF2 Warn, inform, and advise community in the event of emergencies
CCAH1 Provide ongoing support to meet the needs of individuals affected by emergencies
D11 Lead meetings
E10 Take effective decisions
CCAG4 Address the needs of individuals during the initial response to emergencies

Who Should Attend?
The training is aimed at anyone who will be required to operate at a Tactical level during a response to an emergency / incident. In addition, this includes operating at this level during a multi-agency response to a pre-planned event.
Staff from Local Authorities, NHS Trusts, Private Business Sector to include the leisure and retail industry but not exclusive, Private medical providers, Security industry, Voluntary groups.

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