Introductory Communications User Training (ICUT)

CT042  ICUT  Totals
Members who have ICUT:                     34

Members who DO NOT have ICUT:    81

ICUT is an essential part of all qualifications within ES

 

HOMEWORK 3/10: watch all ICUT videos and schedule your exam

  1. Introductory Communication User Training (ICUT)

  2. Use the AXIS learning page on eServices Learning Management System

    • Log onto eServices here

    • Once logged in, click here to access LMS

    • In LMS, click on the Go to AXIS button at the top

  3. Search for ICUT in the Course Catalog tab and click Enroll

  4. Return to the Main Portal tab and complete the course and associated quizzes

  5. Watch all videos in OP1, T1 and OP2

  6. Take the course survey

  7. Schedule a practical with LT Waldron or CAPT Pedone via email

Federal Emergency Management Administration (FEMA)

Incident Command Systems (ICS)

ICS 100 & ICS 700

CT042  ICS-100 & ICS-700 Totals
Members who have both:                     16

Members who DO NOT have both:    99

ICS-100 & 700 are essential to any ES qualification

Incident Command System (ICS) is a management system designed to enable effective and efficient domestic incident management by integrating a combination of facilities, equipment, personnel, procedures, and communications operating within a common organizational structure.

HOMEWORK: Get an SID and take the FEMA 100 & 700 courses

 

 

  • ICS-100

    • You will need a SID. If you do not know what this is click here to obtain a FEMA SID

    • Use your FEMA SID to register to take the online course and take the ICS-100 exam here

    • On the upper right click  under "Take this Course" on the words "Interactive Web Based Course"

    • When ready Click "Take the Final Exam"

    • At the end of the exam, you will be informed if you passed

    • A certificate will be emailed to the email address used when registering for the SID

    • Save the certificate, it needs to be uploaded to eServices Operations Qualifications (OpQuals)

  • ICS-700

    • Use your FEMA SID to take the ICS-700 exam here

    • On the upper right click  under "Take this Course" on the words "Interactive Web Based Course"

    • When ready Click "Take the Final Exam"

    • At the end of the exam, you will be informed if you passed

    • A certificate will be emailed to the email address you used when registering for the SID

    • Save the certificate, it needs to be uploaded to eServices Operations Qualifications (OpQuals)

  • Uploading FEMA certificates to eServices

    • Log onto eServices here

    • From the menu --> Operations --> Operations Qualifications

    • Click  "Entry/View Worksheet" on the left menu

    • Enter your CAPID

    • At the top under your name click view/upload document in the drop down

    • Select ICS 100

    • Upload your Document

    • Repeat the above for ICS 700

General Emergency Services - GES 116

The beginning of all ES Training in CAP 

CT042   GES 116 Totals
Members who have it:            77

Members who DO NOT:         38

HOMEWORK: take GES

Use the AXIS learning page on eServices LMS

  • Log onto eServices here

    • Once logged in, click here to access LMS

    • In LMS, click on the Go to AXIS button at the top

  • Search for CAPT 116 General ES in the Course Catalog tab and click Enroll

  • Return to the Main Portal tab and complete the course and quiz

  • Quiz is open book and refers to CAPR 60-3  here and CAPR-173-3  here

Aircraft Ground Handling

AGH is a great course for Cadets who want to be on the flight line during an event!

CT042  AGH  Totals
Members who have it:            52

Members who DO NOT:         63

HOMEWORK: take AGH

Use the AXIS learning page on eServices LMS

    • Log onto eServices here

    • Once logged in, click here to access LMS

    • In LMS, click on the Go to AXIS button at the top

  • Search for Aircraft Ground Handling in the Course Catalog tab and click Enroll

  • Return to the Main Portal tab and complete the course and quiz

  • Quiz is open book

24 Hour Pack 

A 24 Hour Pack is an investment in your preparedness for yourself your family and when it is done with Civil Air Patrol, your community. The 24 hour long process of obtaining items at the most reasonable prices possible.  The 24 hour pack is a requirement for Ground Team Member.  Please do not run out and buy a lot of expensive Items that are unnecessary and heavy. Talk to us if you want to prepare a pack. Below are the required items. 

CARRIED ON YOUR PERSON:

  1. Complete BDU uniform

  2. BDU Cover - standard BDU hat may be replaced by a hard hat, knit watch cap, or bright colored cap based on mission needs

  3. Coat for current weather

  4. Notepad (Spiral Pocket “Steno” Pad works well)

  5. Pencil/Eraser & 2 Pens (black Ink)

  6. CAP Identification:

    • Membership card

    • First Aid card, etc.

    • CAPF 101 card

    • CAPF 160 

    • CAPF 161

    • SQTR forms (If “trainee” status)

  7. Money - enough to purchase 1 meal or for emergency

  8. Cell phone (if you have one)

  9. Watch

  10. Vest, Reflective, ANSI Class 2

  11. Comb or Brush - optional, carry if needed

  12. Pocket or Utility-type Knife - multipurpose, with can opener. - Swiss Army knives, Leatherman, or Gerber Tools are recommended

  13. Eye Protection (shatterproof sunglasses OK, but also need CLEAR lens for night missions)

  14. Handkerchief or tissues

  15. Ground Team Member’s Handbook (Ground and UDF Team Task Guide)

  16. Signal mirror

  17. Whistle

THE 24 HOUR PACK

24 hour pack should be preferably Red or Orange but our squadron has chosen black as the color because it is cheaper to purchase. Web gear is really not acceptable. 

First Aid Kit: Contents should be stored in zip-lock bag or other waterproof container, and recommended that it consists (at minimum) of the following:

  1. Any personal Medication -Your Team Leader should know WHAT you have/take and WHERE you carry it.

  2. 2 Antiseptic Cleansing Pads

  3. Antiseptic Ointment (Neosporin, etc.)

  4. 6 Band-Aids, various sizes

  5. Moleskin, 2” X 4”

  6. Roller Bandage

  7. 2 Safety Pins, large

  8. 4 Gauze Pads

  9. 1 Triangular Bandage

  10. Tape, first aid

  11. Rubber Medical Gloves (Latex/Vinyl) - two pair minimum

24 Hour Pack Continued

SURVIVAL GEAR SECTION 

 

stored in zip-lock bag or other waterproof container, consisting of:

  1. 2 Chemical Light Stick, Green (T)

  2. 12 wooden, waterproofed matches (T)

  3. Match container, waterproof, with striking surface

  4. 50’ of nylon line (Para-cord or similar line).

  5. Duct tape, 5-10 feet

    • Does not need to be a whole roll.

  6. Large leaf bag or garbage bag

SEARCH AND RESCUE (S.A.R.) GEAR 

stored in zip-lock bag or other waterproof container, consisting of:

  1. Change of socks 

  2. Spare flashlight (Penlight will do) (T)

  3. Tissue Paper 

  4. Work Gloves, leather 

  5. Change for phone calls to call mission base

    • Or cell phone

  6. Flagging tape, 1 roll

  7. Flashlight (w/ red or blue lens),

  8. Spare bulb

  9. Spare batteries

  10. Insect repellent

  11. Lip balm, w/ sunscreen.

  12. Sunscreen lotion

  13. Interviewing form(s), blank

  14. 4 Moist towelettes, clean, in foil wrapper

ADDITIONAL REQUIRED ITEMS 

  1. Canteen(s) or Camel Pack to carry 2 quarts of water -  at least 1 quart of water must be carried by all personnel)

  2. Compass: lensatic or orienteering (orienteering preferred) - Compass Pouch, containing compass. - Compass should have a “glow in the dark” dial.

  3. 2 meals 

  4. Poncho

  5. Shelter Material, preferably 8’ X 10’

Red Cross CPR/AED First Aid Training

You can get your CPR First Aid Certificate Online. This online course offered through the Red Cross Will Not Meet OSHA Workplace Requirements.

 

however, ...

 

The course does meet the CAP Requirements for CPR First Aid with additional squadron training.

The Course costs $35.00 

Link to Course here.

The Adult, Child and Baby First Aid/CPR/AED Online course will prepare you to recognize and care for a variety of first aid, breathing and cardiac emergencies involving adults, children and infants. The course features award-winning simulation learning an interactive experience where you will respond to real-world emergencies in a virtual setting. This course requires a PC or tablet with a high-speed Internet connection. This course is not supported on smartphones. This course does not work with Internet Explorer. Allow approximately 2 hours 45 minutes to complete the course. This course does not meet OSHA requirements for workplace certification.

Once you have competed the course you must log onto Eservices and upload your certificate in Operations Quals like the FEMA Certificates

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