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WHAT TRAINING DO I NEED AS A NEW MEMBER?
This training can be done in any order.
 
  WHAT TO DO WHAT TO TAKE
     
  Start out by taking a Boating Safety class. That can be either: BS&S (see below for where to find these)
    ABS (see below for where to find these)
     
  Next take the ICS Courses: 100 and 700 for elected offices (see below for where to find these)
    200 and 800 to be operational (see below for where to find these)
     
  The next course you need is: APC (Administrative Procedures Course (found at http://ntc.cgaux.org/). You need your member ID and a password.
     
  No password? Go to: https://auxofficer.cgaux.org/auxoff/index.php and follow the directions to obtain one
     
  Next become qualified in one of the Auxiliary's Cornerstones. These courses can be found at the National Vessel Examiner
  Testing Center at http://ntc.cgaux.org/. Instructor
    Boat Crew
    Coxswain
     
  You can also work towards becoming (found at link above as well): ATON
    PV
     
  Take the 8 Mandatory Classes Attestation Sheet is used to state you have taken the 8 classes. The sheet is sent to your IS Officer.
    Classes are found at: Classes. There are PowerPoint slides or Video. You can use either format.
     
  Have you made it this far? CONGRATULATIONS! You have the skills needed to be a GREAT Auxilarist.
     
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  UPDATE YOUR BOATING SKILLS
AND COMPLY
WITH NEW BOATING LAWS

For information on BS&S or
ABS course for yourself,
family or group contact:
Larry Miller
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Classes

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ATTENTION - OPERATIONAL MEMBERS!

It is now mandatory that as an operational
member of the
United States Coast Guard Auxiliary, you pass
ICS 100, ICS 200,
ICS 210, ICS 300,
ICS 700 and ICS 800.

You can test online at
the following URLs:

ICS-100 Introduction to the Incident Command System (ICS)

ICS-200 ICS for Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents

IS-700 NIMS An Introduction

IS-800 National Response
Framework, An Introduction

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