O305 All-Hazards Incident Management Team

May 13, 2024 - May 17, 2024


May 13, 2024 - May 17, 2024

8:00 am to 5:00 am CDT


Tennessee Fire and Codes Academy 2161 Unionville Deason Rd. Bell Buckle, TN 37020



O305 All-Hazards Incident Management Team

Please complete an AHIMT Course Application for this course and return to TEMA.Training@tn.gov and attach all prerequisite documentation.

TLETA POST Approved for 2024

Course Description

This five-day course serves as a basic introduction to the activities and processes of a USFA Type 3 AHIMT. The ideal number of participants is between 24 (divided into three teams of eight) and 40 (divided into four teams of 10 or five teams of eight). USFA recommends a minimum of two instructors per delivery and a minimum of one mentor per team of eight to 10 to facilitate the delivery.

Course Purpose and Goal

This course meets the needs of the National Incident Management System (NIMS) and the National Response Framework (NRF). The USFA Type 3 AHIMT course focuses on the importance of developing and operating as a functional USFA Type 3 AHIMT. This course will assist individual responders to perform as viable team members by:

• Demonstrating the goals of NIMS and NRF.

• Emphasizing the nature and purpose of a USFA Type 3 AHIMT so that others in the community and emergency services are more willing and able to assist within various components of their local USFA Type 3 AHIMT.

• Demonstrating the critical role that leadership and teamwork skills play in the success of a USFA Type 3 AHIMT.

• Providing a basic framework for building and maintaining critical interpersonal communications and working together as a team member of a USFA Type 3 AHIMT.

• Offering practical experience of on-scene operations through extensive exercises and simulations, as well as through post-course refresher training, by providing students with the opportunity to perform as members of a USFA Type 3 AHIMT during a mock incident management situation.

Target Audience

This course is intended to be taught at a basic level. Participants in this course should include emergency response personnel, such as fire protection and law enforcement personnel, Emergency Medical Services (EMS) responders, department of public works, department of public health, emergency management, mass care, nongovernmental agencies, and members of various community and tribal groups offering critical emergency response services. The National Integration Center disciplines are ideal:

• Incident management/Emergency management/Incident Command System (ICS) change management.

• EMS.

• Firefighting and hazardous materials response.

• Law enforcement.

• Public health/Medical.

• Public works.

• Search and rescue.

• Animal control/Veterinary.

• Mass care.

• Aviation.

• Emergency management.


• ICS 100: Introduction to Incident Command System.

• ICS 200: ICS for Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents.

• ICS 300: Intermediate Incident Command System.

• IS-700.A: National Incident Management System (NIMS), An Introduction

• IS-800.B: National Response Framework, An Introduction

ICS 400: Fundamentals Review for Command and General Staff (recommended)