The Klamath ARES Task Book contains all of the training and participation requirements for our program. If you are interested in participating please download the Task Book and thoroughly review it before submitting your application.
When you are ready to apply please submit your ARES Registration Form and County Volunteer Application Packet to the Emergency Coordinator, Jon Wanzer.
Klamath ARES Standard Operations Guide – Coming Soon
Klamath ARES Training Matrix – Coming Soon
Klamath ARES Training Guide – Coming Soon
FEMA Courses (click here to view all FEMA Independent Study courses)
ARES Level I
Entry Level. All ARES members must complete. (Supervised)
FEMA IS-100/ICS-100 Introduction to the Incident Command System (Online)
FEMA IS-700 An Introduction to the National Incident Management System (Online)
ARES Level II
Active Members. All ARES Members must complete. (Unsupervised)
IS-200 Basic Incident Command System for Initial Response (Online)
IS-800 National Response Framework, An Introduction(Online)
ARES Level III
Active Members. Trainers and Leadership.
ICS-300 Intermediate Incident Command System – EMSI (In-Person)
ICS-400 Advanced ICS Command and General Staff-Complex Incidents (In-Person)
Recommended at all levels is the National TIM Certification, more info here.
Klamath County Ares Net Script (under revision)PDF
Klamath County ARES/Klamath Basin Traffic Net Roster and Log (under revision)PDF
ARRL ARES Manual PDF
ARRL NTS Manual PDF
Page last updated 3 JAN 2023