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ICS I-200

The Alberta on-line I-200 is not currently recognized by ICS Canada and some organizations. Please check with your organization before beginning this course to ensure this version of I-200 will be accepted.

Course Overview

The Incident Command System is a standardized management system used to organize and manage a scalable response to emergency incidents of any magnitude. ICS I-200, Basic ICS for Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents, is designed to enable personnel to operate efficiently during an incident or event within the Incident Command System (ICS). I-200 provides training and resources for personnel who are likely to assume a supervisory position within the ICS.

The course is designed in accordance with the ICS Canada curriculum, which calls for 14 hours of instructional time. This course is presented in a series of chapters and sections to help participants manage their time commitment.

Time to complete: 10 - 14 hours.


ICS I-100 is a required pre-requisite. Learning Design Section staff will verify completion of I-100 prior to enrolling a participant in I-200. If you have not completed I-100 through the AEMA online system you may be asked to submit your certificate confirming completion of I-100 from an ICS Alberta, ICS Canada or FEMA certified source.

To Enrol

Information on how to enrol in our training can be found here.

Final Exam

The exam is 25 questions. The pass grade is 80%.

To take the exam, please create an account here. You will need to register for the ICS I-200 course here prior to taking the exam.


Individuals who successfully complete the exam will be able to print their certificate from the course program. If your certificate does not load at the end of the course, go to “My Records” from your dashboard/home screen and view the Transcript section. Click the scroll beside your completed course to generate your certificate. If you are still experiencing problems, please request your certificate by sending an email message to


If you are having problems registering for the course or exam, please send an email to Please note that emails will be addressed within 5 business days.

  • Date modified: 2018-04-06