Event Phone: (888) 782-4969 Ext. 2
May 21, 2018 - May 25, 2018
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
- Participants selected for the training program will be automatically enrolled into Session-2.
June 4, 2018 - June 7, 2018
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Student tuition, travel, lodging and per diem is paid for by a grant from the California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services. Class size is limited and not all applicants that register will be selected for this course. This is a 80 hour course presented in two sessions. You are required to attend both sessions in order to successfully complete the course . Students enrolled into Session-1 will be automatically enrolled into Session-2. *Want to present this course in your area? This Course is Eligible for the Use of Homeland Security Grant Funds. For additional information, please contact at (888) 782-4969 Ext. 2 or email@example.com
Course Control Number: 180521-EOC-RTC-001
This course was created to achieve measurable student outcomes utilizing blended learning, classroom facilitation, and scenario-based training for critical incident commanders. Students will demonstrate the ability to apply intuitive sense-making strategies while working in a fast-changing, chaotic environment by using the 5 tenets of Working in The Edge of Chaos ©. Graduates of this course will have the knowledge and skills to establish and maintain a productive and purposed incident command.
The training begins online prior to the two in-class training sessions. Travel and lodging is provided by Cal OES via reimbursement requests submitted to LACRTC. Due to the high level of interest, students will be selected from the registration list to reflect a classroom of diversity related to agency size, structure, and regional resources. After final selection of the student roster, you will be notified of your enrollment status.
Pre-class online training – Begins April 1, 2018
Session 1 – May 21-25, 2018 at the Lake Natoma Inn, Folsom, CA
Session 2 – June 4-7, 2018 at the Fairview Developmental Center, Costa Mesa, CA
All questions should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (888) 782-4969. Los Angeles RTC contacts: Kris Allshouse and Chris Bouse
This 80-hour course is a combination of two in-class sessions (students must attend both sessions) and on-line reading / work assignments.
Venue: Lake Natoma Inn
Venue Phone: (916) 351-1500
Venue Website: http://www.lakenatomainn.com/Address:
Settle in for an unforgettable stay at Lake Natoma Inn. We’ve taken care of every detail to ensure that you feel at home during your time with us. Our 136 rooms and suites are comfortably furnished and warmly decorated – inspired by the beauty of our location, perched on the American River in Old Town Folsom.
Lake Natoma Inn offers the following standard room and suite amenities:
- Complimentary high-speed wireless Internet
- Room service
- Microwaves and mini-fridges in every room
- Coffee maker
- Flat-screen TV with Cable TV
- First run pay-per-view movies
- Free local phone calls
- Hair dryer
- Simmons World Class Felicity Pillow Top mattresses
Phone: (916) 351-1500
Fax: (916) 351-1511
4740 Northgate Blvd, Suite 100
Sacramento, CA 95834
Bk Best Shuttle
(916) 222 5200
Sacramento Airport Shuttle