For Site Incident Controller (SIC)


WSQ Implement Incident Management Processes (1 Day) [10 CPD Points]

WSQCourse Code: PI-PRO-325E-1 ; Course Reference Number: CRS-Q-0025058-PI


Course Overview (Recommended Incident Management Course by SCDF for SIC & SMC)

This competency unit covers the skills and knowledge required by the person in charge of a facility to implement the incident management process during an emergency incident in a process facility. This unit covers the approach, structure, tools, processes, communication methods that can be utilised during an emergency incident. Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:

  • Interpret incident management approach and structure to ascertain the scope and severity of the emergency.
  • Utilise incident management areas and processes to implement emergency response strategies.
  • Utilise appropriate communication methods when managing an incident to control all internal and external resources.
  • Control and maintain Incident management process to assess information on status of the emergency.
  • Undertake post-emergency evaluation and debrief.

Who Should Attend

This course aims to provide personnel appointed as the Site Incident Controller (SIC) or Site Main Controller (SMC) with the skills and knowledge required to implement the incident management processes. It is targeted typically at individuals who are currently managers, supervisors or senior technicians from the following sub-sectors which may include: Chemical Production, Oil & Gas Production, Plant Construction, Waste Management, Energy Management, Buildings, Hotels and Hospitals.

The competency unit would be appropriate for those with operational responsibilities.

Course Outline

  • Interpret incident management approach and structure to ascertain the scope and severity of the emergency.
  • Utilise incident management areas and processes to implement emergency response strategies.
  • Utilise appropriate communication methods when managing an incident to control all internal and external resources.
  • Undertake post-emergency evaluation and debrief.

Course Duration

1 day (8 hours)

Course Assessment

Practical Performance and Written Test

Certification

  • A Statement of Attainment (SOA) from SkillsFuture Singapore (WDA) will be awarded upon the course assessment completion.
  • 10 CPD points awarded by SCDF

Course Fees & Funding:

S$450 per pax (all inclusive) (Lunch and refreshments will be provided in this course)

(Singaporeans & PRs are eligible for course fees and absentee payroll grants)

Who are eligible for Funding Description Full Course Fees Course Fees Funding Nett Fees after subsidy
SME sponsored employee (Singaporeans and PRs) 90% of course fees capped at $50/hr $450 $400 $50
Non-SME sponsored employee (Singaporeans and PRs) 50% of course fees capped at $15/hr $450 $120 $330
SkillsFuture Mid-career Enhanced Subsidy(Singaporean employee or individual aged ≥ 40 years) 90% of course fees capped at $50/hr $450 $400 $50
Workfare Training Support Scheme(Singaporean employee or individual aged ≥ 35 years & earning ≤ $2000/ month) 95% of course fees $450 $427.50 $22.50
Individual Sponsored (Singaporeans and PR aged ≥ 21 years) 50% of course fees capped at $15/hr $450 $120 $330

Funding may vary, refer to www.skillsconnect.gov.sg for more details

Course Dates:

WSQ Implement Incident Management Processes (1 Day)

Schedule for 2017Year 2017

Course Date Venue of Course Course Registration Link
Run 87: 07 July 2017, Friday (Village Hotel Bugis) http://ccg-siciimp-r87.eventbrite.com
Run 88: 04 August 2017, Friday (Village Hotel Bugis) http://ccg-siciimp-r88.eventbrite.com
Run 89: 25 August 2017, Friday (Village Hotel Bugis) http://ccg-siciimp-r89.eventbrite.com
Run 90: 22 September 2017, Friday (Village Hotel Bugis) http://ccg-siciimp-r90.eventbrite.com
Run 91: 13 October 2017, Friday (Village Hotel Bugis) http://ccg-siciimp-r91.eventbrite.com
Run 92: 03 November 2017, Friday (Village Hotel Bugis) http://ccg-siciimp-r92.eventbrite.com
Run 93: 17 November 2017, Friday (Village Hotel Bugis) http://ccg-siciimp-r93.eventbrite.com
Run 94: 01 December 2017, Friday (Village Hotel Bugis) http://ccg-siciimp-r94.eventbrite.com
Run 95: 18 December 2017, Monday (Village Hotel Bugis) http://ccg-siciimp-r95.eventbrite.com

Course Enquiries: for more information and conduct of this course at your venue, please email us at admin@certcg.com for more details.

Implement Incident Management Processes by CCG




WSQ Manage Site Emergency (2 Days) [5 CPD points]

Course Code: PI-PRO-327E-1

Course Reference Number: CRS-Q-0027698-PI

Course Overview

Manage Site Emergency is recommended to be the enhanced unit and the second unit of the incident management training for the Site Incident Controller or Site Main Controller in the Emergency Response and Crisis Management Framework which you undertake as part of the Company Emergency Response Team (CERT). This course builds up the knowledge components of the incident management training.

This unit will build upon the concepts of emergency response principles and introduce the techniques on the management of emergencies. Trainees will also be introduced to simulated environment of various emergency situations to gain understanding on leadership, teamwork, command and control, situation awareness, decision making, delegation, communication. Trainees will also be familiarise with the roles and responsibilities of CERT and the importance of collective competency and confidence.

You will be required to demonstrate the following Performance Statements upon completion of this course:

  1. Deploy Company Emergency Response Team in accordance to their roles and responsibilities.
  2. Apply the principles of Command, Control and Communication during emergencies.
  3. Assess the effects of the emergency to make appropriate decisions to control and mitigate the emergency.
  4. Apply the operations of an Information Management System during an emergency

Who Should Attend

This course aims to provide personnel appointed as the Site Incident Controller or Site Main Controller with the skills and knowledge required to manage and command the site major emergency until the arrival of the Singapore Civil Defence Force. It is targeted typically at individuals who are currently supervisors or senior technicians from the following sub-sectors which may include: Chemical Production, Oil & Gas Production, Plant Construction, Waste Management, Energy Management, Buildings, Hotels and Hospitals.

The competency unit would be appropriate for those with operational responsibilities.

Course Outline

This course will cover the knowledge in order to build up your underpinning knowledge as followed:

  1. Statutory and organisational requirements for emergency response.
  2. Roles and responsibilities of Site Incident Controller (Onsite Emergency Manager).
  3. Composition and responsibilities of Company Emergency Response Team (CERT).
  4. Methods to implement and maintain effective standard of command, control and communication.
  5. Understanding all possible major emergencies scenarios that are relevant to work place.
  6. Importance of evaluating emergency for potential escalation.
  7. Advantages of an effective information management system.
  8. Components of an information management system.
  9. Types of emergency response strategies to mitigate an emergency

Course Date

Course Date & Course Run Course Venue Course Registration Link
Run 04:29 & 30 June 2017, Thurs & Fri Village Hotel Bugis https://ccg-mse04.eventbrite.com
Run 05:28 & 29 September 2017, Thurs & Fri Village Hotel Bugis https://ccg-mse05.eventbrite.com
Run 06:07 & 08 December 2017, Thurs & Fri Village Hotel Bugis https://ccg-mse06.eventbrite.com

Course Duration
2 days (16 Hours)

Course Fees & Funding

Full Course Fees: S$680 per pax (all inclusive). Lunch and refreshments are provided in this training.

Singaporeans and PRs are eligible for funding.

Who are eligible for Funding Description Full Course Fees Course Fees Funding Nett Fees after subsidy
SME sponsored employee (Singaporeans and PRs) 90% of course fees capped at $50/hr $680 $612 $68
Non-SME sponsored employee (Singaporeans and PRs) 50% of course fees capped at $15/hr $680 $240 $440
SkillsFuture Mid-career Enhanced Subsidy(Singaporean employee or individual aged ≥ 40 years) 90% of course fees capped at $50/hr $680 $612 $68
Workfare Training Support Scheme(Singaporean employee or individual aged ≥ 35 years & earning ≤ $2000/ month) 95% of course fees $680 $646 $34
Individual Sponsored (Singaporeans and PR aged ≥ 21 years) 50% of course fees capped at $15/hr $680 $240 $440

*Funding may vary, please refer to www.skillsconnect.gov.sg for more details.

Course Assessment
Practical Role Play, Case Study and Written Test

Certification
- A WSQ Statement of Attainment (SOA) from SkillsFuture Singapore (WDA) will be awarded upon the course completion.

- 5 CPD points accredited by SCDF will be awarded upon the course completion.


Pre-requisites

It is recommended that you had attended the first module “WSQ Implement Incident Management Processes” previously.

Manage Site Emergency (2 days) by CCG


For more information or course registration, please write to us at admin@certcg.com.




WSQ Design and Conduct Emergency Response Exercise and Drills (1 Day)

Course Code: PI-PRO-326E-1

Course Overview
This competency unit covers the skills and knowledge required to plan, develop and validate Contingency Plan and Emergency Response Plan through the conduct of exercises and drills. This includes understanding the various types of emergency response and drill available, their most appropriate use, the ability to plan an emergency response exercise and drill of various complexity and scale, the ability to conduct and evaluate an emergency exercise or drill and to present findings and recommendations and to gain knowledge of the overall exercise process cycle.

Who Should Attend
Individuals who are currently supervisors or senior technicians from the following organisations who are taking on the role of incident management as the Site Incident Controller or Site Main Controller in the CERT.

Course Outline
- Identify the various types of emergency response exercises or drills.
- Develop contingency plan and emergency response plan
- Plan an emergency response exercise or drill.
- Conduct an emergency response exercise or drill.
- Evaluate an emergency response exercise or drill to identify good practices and gaps.
- Communicate emergency response exercise or drill findings and recommendations.

Course Duration
1 days

Assessment
Practical Role Play and Written Tests

Certification
A Statement of Attainment (SOA) from WDA will be awarded upon the course completion.

For more information or course registration, please write to us at admin@certcg.com.