Looking for the link to NIMS training? ICS 100, ICS 200, ICS 700, ICS 800

Howdy everyone! This is kind of an odd post for me, I know, but I needed a place where I could put up the links for the FEMA NIMS training classes for the EMS employees (EMTs and Paramedics) at my ambulance service. On this page, you’ll find the links to the FEMS National Incident Management System ICS classes required by all EMS people, Firefighters, and other first responders.

ICS 100:

  • IS-100.b – (ICS 100) Introduction to Incident Command System
  • ICS 200:

  • IS-200.b (ICS 200) ICS for Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents
  • ICS 700:

  • IS-700.a National Incident Management System (NIMS), An Introduction
  • ICS 800:

  • IS-800.b National Response Framework, An Introduction
  • If you’re an EMS person, or especially if you’re an employee of the ambulance agency I work for (which I remind the guys NOT to put the name of in the comments section) you should take ICS 100, ICS 200, and ICS 700. While I believe that ICS 800 is not required for line employees, it’s probably a good idea to take it as well.

    • http://sixlettervariable.blogspot.com Christopher

      Might as well knock out 800 while you’re working through them. Take the 2-3 hours and get it all done and out of the way! Dry but ultimately useful.

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    • Too Old To Work

      Sorry that they are putting you through this. If you made a Guantanamo detainee sit through this stuff, Amnesty International would sue your butt off.

    • Danangiebrown

      looking for the answrs to the nims 100b anyone have them. thanks

      • Jeffnblco

        I need them too, one that are posted online are no good! Any idea where I can get them?  E-mail me jeffnblco@gmail.com.  Thanks

    • todd

      need the answers to 200b please!!
      if you do pls send to butts6@comcast.net

      hank you 

    • John

      Can you tell me if the 100 200 and 700 have college credit that apply upon completion?