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Aquatic Incident Management (AIM-100)

This is a local offering. Reimbursement for lodging and meals is not provided.

The objective of the Aquatic Incident Management System (AIMS) course is to provide a highly systematic, efficient, effective, and safe approach to water recovery operations while getting you looking in the right place faster!!!  No more looking for a needle in a haystack... 

This course will cover the following topics:

1. 10 step systematic Aquatic Incident Management process  

2. Incident Command, Operational Coordination, Interoperable Communications, Mapping, Accountability, and Documentation

3. Recommended Strategies & Tactics as well as the P.A.C.E planning model

4. Efficient use of Resources, Safe Practices, & Operational Risk Management 

5. Sonar Basics & Interpretation with over a dozen real incident case study reviews

6. Human Remains Detection (HRD) K9s

7. Practical component incorporating HRD k9s, Sonar, Underwater Remote Operated Vehicle (ROV), Rescue Divers, & much, much more!

This course includes 6-8 hours of lecture with 12-24 hours of practical skills and scenario driven exercises.

Date(s)  Fri. Apr 19, 2024 1800-2200 
Sat. Apr 20, 2024 0800-2000 
Sun. Apr 21, 2024 0800-2000 
Location USCG Station Fort Macon
2301 E Fort Macon Road, Atlantic Beach NC 28515 
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Handicap Accessibility No
WiFi Access  
Offered By Carteret County 
Primary Instructor Seagroves, Shane 
Additional Instructors Brooks, Scot   
Course Length  
Course Hours 27 
Award Credentials
Equivalent Prerequisites
Maximum Participants 30
# Open Seats 20
# on Wait List 0
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