REGISTRATION NOW OPEN: Unified Incident Command Training for Critical Incident Commanders - Police, Fire, EMS, OFMEM, Emergency Management Hosted by Cornwall Fire Service 09 -13 May 2022

May 9 8:00 AM - May 13 4:00 PM, 2022


CCII has partnered with Cornwall Fire Service and the Office of The Fire Marshal to offer a five day Unified Incident Commanders course providing education, exercise training, subject matter expert presentations and comprehensive case studies within the field of Unified Command. Training that addresses the Unified Command process, a team effort process, allows all agencies with geographical or functional responsibility for an incident, to assign their Incident Commander to a Unified Command Group. The Unified Command then establishes a common set of incident objectives and strategies that all can subscribe to. This is accomplished without losing or giving up agency authority, responsibility or accountability. Unified Command represents an important element in increasing the effectiveness of multijurisdictional or multi-agency incidents. As incidents become more prolonged, complex and involve more agencies, the need for Unified Command is increased. Joint Training will emphasize command and coordination, resource management, information management and communication.

This course is designed for response personnel attending who have high level operational leadership background, experience working with responders from other organizations (or anticipated), and experience with critical incident response. Since this is a key position in the Unified Command Group, attendance should be based on Incident Command experience versus rank.

Attendees should include Senior Police Officers assigned the responsibility of Incident Commander for Critical Incident Response, Senior Fire Service members whose primary responsibility is Incident Commander, any emergency response leader that represents an agency or jurisdiction having responsibility to manage a critical incident at the Command Level and Incident Commanders assigned to a response organization responsible for public safety, mitigation of  harm to human health, security, the environment and the economy.

Attendees should demonstrate good leadership, interpersonal and communications skills, a solid grasp of political, social, environmental, and economic issues; experience in risk-based decision making and an in-depth knowledge of substantive aspects of critical incident response.

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Registration is now open. Course cost is $1500.00. Payments can be made by cheque, e-transfer or bank transfer. Payment details will be sent after registering.


May 9 8:00 AM - May 13 4:00 PM, 2022


Saunders Hydro Dam Visitor Centre, 2500B Second Street West Cornwall, ON K6H 5R6


2500B Second Street West Cornwall, ON K6H 5R6

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