Course in the Australasian Inter-service Incident Management System (AIIMS)
National Course Code: 22459VIC
The Australasian Inter-Service Incident Management System (AIIMS) is used by emergency services and supporting organisations to provide a universal framework for managing incidents, crises and emergencies. This course is for any person who is working in a team-based command and control structure to manage complex situations. It may be beneficial for those looking for an opportunity to strengthen practices related to business continuity as well.
Students will learn the fundamental principles and functions of AIIMS and how each team works together to achieve a common objective, yet has responsibilities specific to their role.
The program also covers the key outputs and stakeholder relationships needed to ensure effective coordination of public safety actions.
Offered in a connected learning format, students may complete the course from any location, with a connection to internet and video conferencing software. Sessions are facilitated online at set times over the 6 week course timetable.
The 22459VIC Course in the Australasian Inter-service Incident Management System (AIIMS) is the foundation for training personnel in undertaking the concepts within AIIMS and how the various AIIMS roles fit into the incident management structure. The content of this course is not covered by any other qualification within an existing training package.
This course does not assess whether an individual has the competency to perform a specific AIIMS role. Role-based training in a specific AIIMS functional role, and subsequent organisational approval, is required before an individual can be deemed competent as a member of an AIIMS Incident Management Team.
Authorisation to perform a role within AIIMS is subject to the organisational policies and procedures.
Sorry, this course is not currently open for enrolments.