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The ICS 100, sometimes called I-100, course is a short introduction to Incident Command System, which is a standardized structure organizing people and work responding to an incident.

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The Canadian Interagency Forest Fire Centre (CIFFC) and the Alberta Emergency Management Agency (AEMA) have collaborated on updating the Incident Command System (ICS) materials for Canada. The 2011 version of ICS 100 including an on-line exam is now available on the AEMA website at the following link.


The on-line course takes about 3 hours to complete.

Information about the course is available here:

http://www.aema.alberta.ca/ics-i-100

Note that you must sign up for the online course, and it takes 3 business days for the government to process your request before you can start the course.

In the meantime, a cached copy of the self-paced student workbook is available here.

Once you complete the exam, the province will email you a certificate.

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