ICS 100

Course Overview

The Incident Command System is a standardized management system used to organize and manage a scaleable response to emergency incidents of any magnitude. ICS 100 (Module 1) is intended as an introduction and overview of the ICS. It is intended for people who may be assigned to incidents in non- supervisory roles and as a prerequisite for students continuing on through other levels.

Proceed to the Table of Contents here.

Download the Student Self-Study Guide

Please find at the link below the new ICS 100 self-study guide that you can download and print.

Self Paced Student Workbook 2012

Final Exam

The exam is a 25 question written exam with a pass mark of 80%. Individuals who successfully complete the exam will be able to print their certificate.

To take the exam please create an account here http://apsts.alberta.ca/moodle.  You will need to register for the Incident Command System 100 course here http://apsts.alberta.ca/moodle/course/view.php?id=3 prior to taking the exam.


If you require more information on registering for Moodle or taking an exam please see this walk through page here.

If you are having difficulty registering for the exam please send an email message to aema.training@gov.ab.ca   Support will be available between 8:30 am and 4:30 pm mountain time on business days.  Messages received outside these hours will be replied to the next business day.

Effective 1 April, 2014 only online exams for ICS 100 will be accepted.