||Course in Awareness of the Australasian Inter-service Incident Management System (AIIMS)
||Module 1 – Getting Started
Module 2 – What is AIIMS?
Module 3 – Key Principles and Underpinning Concepts
Module 4 – Incidents and Incident Management
Module 5 – Incident Action Planning
Module 6 – AIIMS functional sections
Module 7 – AIIMS in Action.
||AIIMS is the national incident management doctrine for fire and emergency services, government, not-for-profit agencies and industry. It allows building of trust and confidence in each other’s ability to work together towards a common objective, yet still have responsibilities specific to area of expertise. It provides a universal framework for managing incidents, crises, and emergencies.
AIIMS Awareness Training provides understanding and awareness for support staff/community members in non-managerial roles in the workplace or local community to enhance their contribution as part of responding to a major incident.
||There are three formal assessment components:
Two multiple-choice question tasks where students will be required to answer a total of 43 multiple choice questions and also complete a scenario-based task.
||This training is for any person who is working in paid or volunteer roles and who may be involved in incident management.
This program is also ideal as an orientation for any person who may represent a public or private sector organisation as part of collaborative inter-organisational response to an emergency.
||There are no pre-requisites for this course.
||Statement of Attainment
||Face to face, virtual, blended or completely online
The session can include presentations, practical group activities and discussions, with individual exercises to help you stay focused and engaged throughout your training.
|Units of Competence:
||Apply awareness of the Australasian Inter-service Incident Management System Principles