ICS 956 Liaison Officer (LOFR)

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Course ​Overview: This ​course ​provides ​Liaison ​Officers ​and ​their ​assistants ​with ​an ​understanding ​of ​the ​duties, ​responsibilities, ​and ​capabilities ​of ​an ​effective ​Liaison ​Officer ​on ​an ​All-Hazards ​Incident ​Management ​Team. ​Exercises, ​simulations, ​discussions, ​and ​a ​final ​exam ​enable ​participants ​to ​process ​and ​apply ​their ​new ​knowledge. 

Specific ​Course ​Takeaways:
  • Understand ​the ​importance ​of ​the ​roles ​and ​responsibilities ​for ​the ​Liaison ​Officer.
  • ​Discuss ​the ​steps ​of ​conducting ​a ​Town ​Hall ​meeting.
  • Develop ​logistical ​support ​plans. ​Determine ​the ​differences ​between ​Assisting ​Agencies, ​Cooperating ​Agencies ​and ​Stakeholders.
Target ​Audience:
  • ​Liaison ​Officers
  • ​​Assistant ​Liaison ​Officers
Duration: 
8 ​hours 
Breakfast, ​snacks, ​beverages ​and ​lunch ​are ​all ​included ​in ​the ​course.

Pre-requisite ​(recommended):
  • NIMS ​ICS ​100/200 ​Single ​Resources ​and ​Initial ​Action ​Incidents
  • NIMS ​ICS ​300 ​Intermediate ​ICS ​for ​Expanding ​Incidents
  • NIMS ​ICS ​400 ​ICS ​for ​Command ​& ​General ​Staff ​and ​Complex ​Incidents
Minimum ​Number ​of ​Class ​Participants: 6 ​participants