A second pilot for this course is to be held in June.

There are a number of issues around the course causing concern:

  • Which Incident command system we are using in the future
  • The mixed attendee model
  • Implications towards future command and control design

By agreement the second pilot is being held and our members are free to apply.

The second pilot course is for NZPFU members only.

The first received good reviews and has been developed in consultation with the NZPFU.

The future of this course will be decided in due course as is the continuing involvement of NZPFU members.

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