Curriculum prerequisites and courses
|Prerequisites1||First-year on-campus courses2||Second-year on-campus courses2||Additional course requirements3|
|Introduction to Emergency Response to Terrorism (Q0890)||Applications of Community Risk Reduction (R0385)||Training and Professional Development Challenges for Fire and Emergency Services Leaders (R0389)||Leadership in Supervision (R/N0645) (6-Day) OR a total of 6 days of coursework from:|
|ICS-100: An Introduction to the Incident Command System (Q0462)||Applications of Leadership in the Culture of Safety (R0388)||Analytical Tools for Decision-Making (R0387)|
|ICS-200: Basic Incident Command System for Initial Response (Q0463)|
|IS-700.B: An Introduction to the National Incident Management System|
|IS-800.D: National Response Framework, An Introduction|
- You must complete these courses prior to admission to the Managing Officer Program. Substitutions are not allowed.
- These courses, offered twice a year, must be completed back-to-back; they can't be split. You are eligible for travel reimbursement on one trip per year to the NFA.
- Prior to Oct. 1, 2020, these courses can be taken before, during or after the first and second years of the NFA on-campus program. If you complete the on-campus program but not these 4 courses, you won't receive your Managing Officer Program certificate until you complete them.
- More information: Tina Crevier