S-261, Applied Interagency Incident Business Management, 2014

S-261 Decorative banner: Four photos of wildland fire incident business. A man on a stretcher being transported by helicopter. A woman sitting at a table working on a laptop, smiling at the camera. A woman helps a firefighter with paperwork. A woman sits at a table working on a laptop.

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Minimum Instructor Qualifications

Lead instructor must be a qualified Finance/Administration Chief Type 2 (FSC2), an administrative officer, or an assistant with incident business management experience.

See Instructor Standards Section for more information.

Certification Date:

2014-08

Previous Certification Date(s):

2007-12, 1999-03

Course Components:

TitleNFES NumberProduct DateTypeDistributionPrevious Edition
S-261 Instructor Guide
001931
2014-08
Instructor Guide
Cache
2007-12
S-261 CD-ROM Course Materials
001932
2014-08
CD Rom
Cache
2007-12
S-261 Student Workbook
001933
2014-08
Student Workbook
Cache
2007-12

 

Optional materials have been developed to enhance the students understanding of the Wildland Fire Decision Support System (WFDSS) relative to the Personnel Time Recorder (PTRC) and Equipment Time Recorder (EQTR) positions. Instructors who choose to use the optional materials to enhance the course should be familiar with the lesson and its contents and determine how it will be used in the course. The materials are available here https://wfdss.usgs.gov/wfdss/WFDSS_NWCG_WFDSS.shtml.

Applies to 2014 Version.

 

Page Last Modified / Reviewed: 
2019-06-11

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