This session of Tactical Dispatching can be taken in our virtual classroom
in person at Eaton County Central Dispatch, Charlotte, MI.
This four-hour course will serve as an introduction to Tactical Dispatching. Students will learn the roles and responsibilities of a Tactical Dispatcher and gain an understanding of the ICS and NIMS structure and systems. The primary objective of the course is to illustrate the importance of the Tactical Dispatcher's function within the command structure and provide tools to assist responders in a tactical environment. Upon completion of this course, the participant will be able to:
Understand the elements of a high-risk incident
Define core team responsibilities
Utilize dry erase boards and manage radio traffic
Participate in intelligence gathering
Outline the ICS & NIMS system
Be familiar with tactical equipment and tactical forms
Have knowledge of the skills needed in the tactical environment for dispatch
The cost is $150 per person; SNC Approved (MNA 201905C). The class will run from 8 am to noon.
Virtual Classroom with live instruction or at Eaton County Central Dispatch 911 Courthouse Dr Charlotte, MI 48813