This 1.5-day course is designed to meet all the requirements and training needs of the Division/ Group Supervisor for a Type 2 Incident Management Team.
This course is intended for U.S. EPA and U.S. Coast Guard personnel who have shown an interest, demonstrated the necessary skills, and met all the pre-requisites which include: completed Incident Command System I-100, 200, 300, 400 level courses and IS-700b and IS-800d, skills, knowledge, and experience.
After completing the course, participants will be able to:
Understand the duties and responsibilities of the Division/Group Supervisor employed on an incident.
Gather information on resources and arrange, stage, and formulate a method to employ the use of personnel and equipment as directed by the Branch Director or the Operations Section Chief within the designated plan that is needed to handle the situation. This includes coordination between units and agencies and subordinate personnel to ensure that the information and resources needed to perform their jobs are directed to the correct location at the right time, in a safe and cost effective manner.
Coordinate with cooperating agency resources to bring about successful performance during the response.
In compliance with Executive Order 13589 - Promoting efficient Spending, Section 5; the ERTP will not be regularly printing or providing students hard copies of the course manual. Students may obtain an electronic copy of the student manual for personal printing by contacting the registrar at 513-251-7669 or email@example.com or e-reading at:
The classroom version of this course is delivered over on and a half days (10 hours).
The virtual version of this course is delivered over two .5-hour days via MS TEAMs.
Continuing Education Units: 1.0
Unless otherwise specified, THIS COURSE, AND OTHER ERTP COURSES, IS NOT OPEN TO CONSULTANTS, CONTRACTORS, OR ANY PRIVATE ENTITIES.
*This course is offered free of charge to all registrants who are confirmed to attend.*
IMPORTANT NOTICES – Applicable to all ERTP courses :
ERTP’s receipt of a Trainex course registration is a Registration Request, it is not a Guaranteed Enrollment in the Course. All ERTP training courses require applicant registration thru the Trainex system. Last minute course arrivals without prior ERTP Trainex course registration approval is not permitted. Before ERTP issues final approval to deliver any course and/or any EPA offices incurring expenses for the training event (including but not limited to EPA staff travel TA’s and/or ERTP training contractor expenses incurred), all EPA mandatory pre-approvals must all be met. The pre-approvals include (but are not limited to) the following:
• Training location’s availability;
• COVID status and/or other COVID Guidelines in effect for the location, as well as staff;
• Agency limitations, scrutiny, and approvals of ‘Conference Spending Requirements (known as the “5170”)’ for the specific training course(s) scheduled delivery timeframe;
• Weather (blizzard, hurricane, etc);
• Contractual number of available course training slots;
• EPA training location staff having priority registration over all other registrations; and/or
• Hosting site Training Coordinator approval.
In the event a course is subsequently postponed or canceled, or notification of registration cancellation is received, all EPA travel arrangements (airline/car rental/hotel) should be canceled in a timely manner. Registered students will receive a notification via email if/when a course is postponed and/or cancelled.
For in-person course deliveries, confirmed course registered participants must abide by all facility physical access requirements for the location (examples: check-in at the security gate, Federal ID, Government PIV/CAC cards, photo id’s, etc.). If applicable for the course or location, restrictions may apply to non-citizens and acceptable identification may be required for facility entry.