Incident Liaison Officer Training (2 Part)

Incident Liaison Officer Training (2 Part)

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Saint Margaret's Street

Saint Margaret's Street



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To introduce new/existing staff to Incident Liaison Officer roles and responsibilities at both tactical and operational levels.

About this event

Course fee for non-paying partners is £70 per delegate. If a non-paying partner wishes to attend please book a space and a member of the KRT Support Team will be in contact to request a purchase order number.

This course is delivered in two parts, Part 1 is virtual and will take place on 6th September 2022. Part 2 will be in person on 13th September 2022 taking place at the TA Centre, Rochester.

Course aims and objectives

On completion of this course attendees will have gained an understanding and knowledge of the following:

1. Process and procedures for Incident Liaison Officers role.

2. Principles of multi-agency working (JESIP)

3. An understanding of other organisations’ requirements of an ILO.

4. Restrictions of operating under COVID conditions.

Target audience

All staff within Local Authorities, Health Partners, Voluntary and Private Sector agencies and Category 2 organisations who have a potential role in operational multi-agency response and tactical liaison within partners’ emergency centres.

Please note this course is valid for three years, at which time it is advisable to attend again to maintain currency.


Kent Resilience Team

Kent Police

Kent Fire and Rescue Service

South East Coast Ambulance

Maritime and Coastguard


Day 1 (Virtual) 08:45 (09:00 start) – 13:00

1. Command and Control – (Strategic, Tactical & Operational) alerting.

2. Group activity 1-2-3


4. One Kent – emergency Centres and plans

5. One Kent – ILO in the Emergency Centre

6. One Kent – ILO at the scene.

7. Log Keeping

8. Dealing with the Media

9. Current COVID guidance and restrictions

Day 2 (TA Centre) 08:45 (09:00 start) – 13:00

1. Review and revision day 1

2. Emergency services roles and responsibilities

3. Emergency Service Vehicles – visit and demonstration.

4. Water awareness – including line throwing

5. Review and close

Attendees on this training can claim up to 3 CPD points as part of the EPS Endorsement Scheme.

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