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    Default Anyone hosting a I-200 Class?

    Anyone aware (preferably within Morris County) of an upcoming NWCG I-200 course?

    I'm lacking this course and most of my town has it (ran town course shortly before I joined) so it won't be offered again any time soon.


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    NJOEM TRAINING SCHEDULE FOR 2005-2006
    ICS 200 T-T-T
    Note: Pre-requisites strictly adhered to for admission into this program
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    Somerset County Emergency Services
    Training Academy

    Title: Incident Management System I-200

    Course Number: 01702-05

    Start Date: November 5, 2005 – Saturday

    Time: 8:30am 4:30 pm (Sat)

    Equipment: Notebook, Pen/Pencil

    Prerequisites: ICS - 100

    CEUs: 12.0 Electives

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    Default I-200

    There are a few different I-200 courses offered online through FEMA. Check out http://training.fema.gov for details specific to the course. It is a self-study course so you can take it at your leisure.

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    check out the NJ DOH website, they have all the CEU courses listed for the entire state, just look for ICS 200
    If my basic HazMat training has taught me nothing else, it's that if you see a glowing green monkey running away from something, follow that monkey!

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    Monmouth Fire Academy and Dover Township Fire Academy are both offering 200 this fall.
    "This thread is being closed as it is off-topic and not related to the fire industry." - Isn't that what the Off Duty forum was for?

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    OK, so I've been digging around on this and am now confused. Here's what I've taken and what I'm needing:

    ICS-100 (years ago, rolled into my FF1)
    ICS-200 (recent, from the FEMA self-study site... course description below)
    NIMS-700 (recent, from the FEMA self-study site)

    The changes between the old ICS, IMS and newer IM Level 1, 2 have me confused as to what is needed to 'qualify' to be an officer. I'm told by the Morris County Fire Academy, that the state of NJ requires the NWCG (National Wildfire Coordinating Group) I-100 and I-200 courses.

    I'm told the old ICS-100 qualifies as equivalent as the I-100 is a valid prereq for I-200.

    I'm not sure if the ICS-200 (description below references NWCG) is accepted. I don't believe NJ 'officially' accepts NIMS-700 yet (and if that alone would be sufficient, or sufficient coupled with my other classes).

    Thoughts?

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    ICS-200 from FEMA Site
    The Basic All-Hazards NIMS ICS for Operational First Responders (Self Study I-200) course was developed by the United States Fire Administration's (USFA) National Fire Programs Branch, in collaboration with our partners from:

    • National Wildfire Coordinating Group (NWCG)
    • U.S. Department of Agriculture
    • USFA's Emergency Management Institute

    It was developed under NIMS guidelines and meets the NIMS Baseline Training requirements for I-200.

    This is the first in a series of ICS courses designed to meet all-hazard, all-agency NIMS ICS requirement for operational personnel. Descriptions and details about the other ICS courses in the series may be found on our web site: http://training.fema.gov.

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    Take a look at this from the division of fire safety's website.

    NJ DFS

    Hope that helps. Just so you know the IM Level 1 and 2 are not separate classes. You have I-100 if your I-200 is accepted then you mail copies of your certificates for each of those, a completed application and $5(may not be a cost anymore) to the division and they mail you back a Level 1 certificate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FIRE1426
    FFTrainer.. Thanks much... I found that page yesterday and it sums it up completely.

    As the Morris Fire Academy isn't offering I-200 through this year, I started looking around. If anyone in Morris county is hosting a class, perhaps I could 'sit in'.

    Else, I'm still looking... on the DFS site it lists the EMI ICS-195 as acceptable and this is also listed as a self-study on the USFA site (but not available??).

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    Default ics 200

    you may want to contact forest fire i know they give the class often that is where i took mine and it was FREE .....

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