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Date Category Description
 10/18/2005 Training
ARES Procedures
National Incident Management System (NIMS), An Introduction
FEMA Independent Study Program: IS-700 National Incident Management System (NIMS), An Introduction. It is a on-line course. Download the materials, read it, and take the test.
All members of Yolo ARES should take this course.
 10/15/2005 ARES Procedures
Training
ECom/RACES Intro.
A short introduction to ECom
 8/28/2005 NTS radiograms
ARES Procedures
Wake County ARES - Traffic
HOW TO COMPLETE AND TRANSMIT FORMAL MESSAGE TRAFFIC DURING A DECLARED OR SIMULATED EMERGENCY FOR WAKE COUNTY ARES
 3/29/2004 Emergency Communications
ARES Procedures
EMCOMMWEST
A Weekly Bulletin for ARES and other EMCOMM Operators and Public Safety Officials in "the west". ..and beyond.
 3/6/2004 ARES Procedures
Training
National Incident Management System
NIMS embodies the "best management practices" of the existing Incident Command System, and standardizes a nationwide approach for Federal, state and local governments to work together effectively, enabling a national policy for a single all-disciplines, all-hazards plan. The Department of Homeland Security requires adoption of NIMS as a condition for receiving Federal Preparedness Assistance Grants beginning in 2005. Acrobat PDF File
 1/4/2004 ARES Procedures
Training
IS195 Basic Incident Command System - EMI Independent Study Program
The Incident Command System (ICS) is recognized as an effective system for managing emergencies. Several States have adopted ICS as their standard for emergency management, and others are considering adopting ICS. As ICS gains wider use, there is a need to provide training for those who are not first responders (i.e., law enforcement, fire, or emergency medical services personnel) who may be called upon to function in an ICS environment. This Basic Incident Command System (ICS) Course will begin to meet that need. The course has been developed as self-instruction but can also be delivered, with the use of an instructor, in a classroom. The course includes a large number of scenarios, examples, and opportunities for students to apply what they have learned.
 12/31/2003 ARES Procedures
Emergency Communications
A Guide for Auxiliary and Emergency Communications Resources and Support
Originally published in QST magazine December 2003 and January 2004
 12/13/2003 ARRL
ARES Procedures
ARRL Public Service Communications Manual
This edition of the Public Service Communications Manual constitutes an overall source of basic information on the League's public service communications program.
 12/9/2003 ARES Procedures ARRLWeb: Public Service Don'ts and Do's
These points apply to all kinds of public service communications: ARES / RACES, traffic nets, club service at public events ... emergencies, disasters, and routine community events. We need to be amateur psychologists to understand the attitudes and situations that affect hams' volunteer activity.
- Why people don't volunteer
- Why people do volunteer
- How do we get from DON'T to DO?
- What doesn't work? What does?
- What works best?
 12/9/2003 ARES Procedures ARES Field Resources Manual (PDF)
The ARES Field Resources Manual is a quick trainer and field resource guide for the emergency communicator.
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