Combining the art of leadership with the science of human factors.

We specialize in leadership, human factors and incident management in high risk environments.

When the stakes are high you need to have the requisite knowledge to navigate your team to a successful outcome.

We are active responders with extensive experience in incident management.

This means that we succesfully bridge the gap between theory and practical application.

Just because it's in the book doesn't mean it translates into the field.


Incident Command

For Responders In All Sectors- Emergency Services, Wildfire, Search & Rescue, Law Enforcement & Industry Needing to Know the Incident Command System

We provide all levels of Incident Command System from ICS-100 to ICS-400 to ICS Canada standards & certification.

We also are experts in position-specific training including:

-  Incident Commander
-  Operations Section Chief
-  Strike Team/Task Force Leader
-  Division Supervisor
Planning Section Chief

Front-Line/ Unit

For Leaders, Officers & Supervisors of Front-Line Teams

These programs focus on helping response leaders build more cohesive, adaptive, and resilient teams.

These programs teach principles for leading in high-risk and high-stress environments, building team cohesion, and resolving conflicts and problems within the team.

- L-180 Human Factors in High Risk Environments
-  L-280- Follower to Leader- The Emerging Leader
-  L-280 Instructor Trainer
-  L-380- Point of the Spear- Fireline, Fire Service, Leading Emergency Responders (in partnership with Mission-Centered Solutions)
-  L-381 Incident Leadership (in partnership with Mission-Centered Solutions)

Incident Mgmt. Team/EEC Leadership

These various programs help participants learn strategies for building operational synergy in temporary teams, such managing diverse resources, interfacing with community cooperators, and leading operational planning extending into a strategic time frame.

Participants come away with firsthand experience applying the human behavior required to put ICS into practice.

They gain confidence in their ability to hit the ground running as part of an incident management team. This program builds new trigger points and recognition skills that are directly transferable to future operations and incidents.


Coming Spring, 2024:  Incident Management Team/ ECC Development, Coaching, After Action Reviews- Contact Us