|Course Name:||S-261 - Applied Interagency Incident Business Management (Enhanced) Live Online|
This course is an online instructor-led course. This course is a Virtual Classroom Instruction experience that begins with a "Finance 101" seminar to give students an overview of the Incident Finance environment for Incident Management Teams and a tutorial on the eIsuite Time Module. This leads to virtual instruction through S-261 (with eIsuite hands-on exercises). The enhanced training will conclude with a "Day at the Incident" Simulated Fire Exercise, which will bring all aspects of the Enhanced S-261 Training and e-Documentation into a real-life experience for the trainees.
|Course Date:||Feb. 6 - 10, 2023|
|Course Time:||8:00 am - 5:00 pm|
|Course Location:||William N. Pennington Health Science Center|
|Address:||Online, Reno, NV, 89511|
|Pre-Study:||Yes (See NWCG for details.)|
S-261 supports the development of knowledge and skills for: PTRC, COST, COMP, EQTR.
Students will need this hardware available to them throughout the course.
iNAP account acquired/active and access to eIsuite application in iNAP, (check with you Home Dispatch for completion of your request). Firenet account acquired and active (if you do not currently have a Firenet account and will not need one for the 2022 Fire Season, please contact Keith O’Loughlin at 618-944-1251 and request a “guest access” for TEAMs). In addition, it is expected that students have some knowledge of the Incident Command System. Recommended: FEMA IS-100 and IS-200 (2 hours each). These courses are free through FEMA’s Emergency Management Institute. It is also recommended that you complete FEMA IS-700 and IS-800. All 4 of these courses are recommended and/or required (agency-specific) for all incident-related field assignments.
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Note: Wildland Fire Program courses are not eligible for financial aid.
Course Cancellation Policies
In rare cases, classes may be canceled due to very low enrollment or weather conditions. If this occurs, students will be notified and will have the option of attending another class or request a refund within two weeks of cancellation.
Cancel more than three business days in advance of the class start date and you’ll receive a full refund minus a $10 cancellation fee. Cancel three working days or less and receive a 50% refund minus a $10 cancellation fee. Once class begins, however, refunds will not be given.
Inclement Weather Policy
If a workshop is canceled due to an unexpected College closure (i.e., weather conditions, etc.) all attempts will be made to reschedule the class. Only if the class cannot be rescheduled will a full refund then be issued. Please listen to the radio or check the College website in order to determine if the school has closed. Every effort will be made to inform you of a class cancellation due to inclement weather. If you are unable to attend due to the weather in your area—but the class has not been canceled—you are still responsible to contact the department 24 hours in advance of the class start date.
Please contact us with any questions you may have prior to registration.