The aim of this exceptionally popular course is to develop the skills and knowledge for Crew and Watch Managers who are new to the role of management, as well as existing managers who wish to expand on their CPD in areas of safety management, command skills and incident organisation.
Throughout the modules, delegates are given the opportunity to examine current best practice, including guidance and legislation, as well as evaluating key incident management principles, such as: leadership, teamwork, situational awareness, joint decision-making and the need to record key decisions through observation and consultation including peer-to-peer discussion.
Upon completion, delegates will be able to explain the fire fighter safety maxim as well as evaluate risk concepts for operational incidents. Delegates will similarly develop their ability to explain and utilize Dynamic Risk Assessments as well as Analytical Risk Assessments.
In addition, delegates will become skilled in liaising with other services and agencies to identify relevant issues and generate combined solutions, including deployment of joint resources to provide clarity on principles of interoperability.
This is an all-round outstanding course for developing the foundations of management and leadership and covers in detail, the JESIP principles and National Occupational Standards.