About the qualification
Qualification Number: 603/2436/3
SFJ Awards Level 5 Award in Designing and Delivering Incident Command Training
The objective of the SFJ Awards Level 5 Award in Designing and Delivering Incident Command Training is to provide learners with the knowledge, understanding and skills to design and deliver incident command training. The qualification is aimed at incident command trainers for emergency services including: fire and rescue, police, military, ambulance and others. It reflects the aim of the Joint Emergency Services Interoperability Program (JESIP) to standardise multi-agency command of incidents. However, it is written in such a way to enable individuality and focus on the needs of each specific service.
To achieve this qualification, learners must achieve three mandatory units.
- Understand the wider context of incident command training
- Understand incident command training design
- Design and deliver incident command training
Total Qualification Time (TQT): 110 hours
Guided Learning Hours (GLH): 80
What are the pre-entry requirements for the Level 5 Award in Designing and Delivering Incident Command Training?
Learners wishing to take the qualification must already hold a recognised training qualification, and have experience of delivering training. Learners must also have a minimum of three years’ command experience, or demonstrate competence in a command role if less. Learners must also demonstrate a thorough understanding of the current frameworks, policies and environment that commanders are expected to operate within.
This qualification is now being withdrawn. No further learners can be registered after 31 January 2024. All certifications of learners already registered on the qualification must be complete by 31 January 2025.
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