IROC Course Materials

Many of the Quick Refrence Cards (QRC's) on this website support these training guides.  Feel free to look at the list under the Quick Reference Cards / Videos tab to use as additional information as you instruct or go through the guides.

Section 1 -Navigating the IROC Portal

Section 1 - User Guide - Navigating the IROC Portal This topic gives a general over-view of the portal structure and the different functionality it has.
Section 1 - Video - Navigating the IROC Portal This video explores the IROC portal home pages, improved architecture and functionality. Covered in this video are the following three main areas of the homepage: 1) Content Selectors, 2) Action Tiles, and 3) Main Work Area.
Section 1 - Navigating the IROC Portal Scenario A  
Section 1 - Navigating the IROC Portal Scenario B  

 

Section 2 - Resource Status

Section 2 -Student Guide - Resource Status This topic covers the information necessary to monitor the status of your resources in IROC. You will learn how to set availability/unavailability and availability area, as well as how to view resource status. 
Section 2 - Power Point - Resource Status  
Section 2 - Instructor Guide - Resource Status  
Section 2 - Resource Status - Scenario A  
Section 2 - Resource Status - Scenario B  

Section 3 - Rosters

Section 3 - Student Guide - Creating and Maintaining Rosters This topic covers all information related to rosters in IROC including creating and maintaining rosters
Section 3 - Power Point - Maintaining Rosters  
Section 3 - Instructor Guide - Creating and Maintaining Rosters  
Section 3 - Rosters Scenario A  
Section 3 - Rosters Scenario B  

Section 4 - Creating Incidents

Section 4 - Student Guide - Creating Incidents This topic covers the information necessary to create an incident in IROC. Note that most incidents are added to IROC from another system. This document describes those occasions when you need to create an incident, including a preposition incident. It also covers how to change an incident number or the incident's protecting unit (formerly referred to as incident host unit or jurisdictional unit).  
Section 4 - Power Point - Creating Incidents  
Section 4 - Instructor Guide - Creating Incidents  
Section 4 - Scenario A - Creating Incidents  
Section 4 - Scenario B- Creating Incidents  

Section 5 - Maintaining Incidents

Section 5 - Student Guide - Maintaining Incidents This topic covers the information necessary to maintain an incident in IROC, including adding incidents to IROC from an outside system. As a dispatcher, you can view all information related to incidents in your dispatch center. 
Section 5 - Power Point - Maintaining Incidents  
Section 5 - Instructor Guide - Maintaining Incidents  
Section 5 - Maintaining Incidents - Scenario A  
Section 5 - Maintaining Incidents - Scenario B  

Section 6 - New Requests

Section 6 - Student Guide - Creating a New Request This topic covers the information necessary to create a new request, including supplemental requests, NFES requests, configuration, compact, EMAC, and state-to-state orders. It also describes how to attach forms to a request. 
Section 6 - Power Point - Creating a New Request  
Section 6 - Instructor Guide - Creating a New Request  
Section 6 - New Request Scenario A  
Section 6 - New Request Scenario B  

Section 7 - Pending Requests

Section 7 - Student Guide - Managing Pending Requests This topic covers how to manage pending requests within IROC. Sections of the guides include information on how to fill, place, cancel, and retrieve a pending request, as well as how to generate a resource order form. It describes how to manage individual pending requests and how to manage multiple requests at once.
Section 7 - Power Point - Managing Pending Requests  
Section 7 - Instructor Guide - Managing Pending Requests  
Section 7 - Managing Pending Requests - Scenario A  
Section 7 - Managing Pending Requests - Scenario B  

Section 8 - Assignment Rosters

Section 8 - Student Guide - Assignment Rosters This topic covers how to work with assignment rosters, including various ways to fill a request using an assignment roster.
Section 8- Power Point - Assignment Rosters  
Section 8 - Instructor Guide - Assignment Rosters  
Section 8 - Assignment Roster - Scenario A  
Section 8 - Assignment Roster - Scenario B  

Section 9 - Request Status

Section 9 - Student Guide - Managing Request Status This topic covers the information necessary to determine and monitor the status of multiple or single requests in IROC. It describes how to edit a request or assignment, unfill or retrieve a request, manage NFES requests, cancel reassignments, convert a request to a support request, and add subordinate requests.  
Section 9 - Power Point - Managing Request Status  
Section 9 - Instructor Guide - Managing Request Status  
Section 9 - Request Status - Scenario A  
Section 9 - Request Status - Scenario B  

Section 10 - Travel

Section 10 - Sudent Guide - Setting Travel This topic covers how to set travel for resources within IROC, including setting ETD/ETA, setting travel with an itinerary, and setting travel to be arranged. The Travel Options field appears in several places throughout IROC Portal. Regardless of where it appears, the process for completing the information is the same.
Section 10 - Power Point - Setting Travel  
Section 10 - Instructor Guide - Setting Travel  
Section 10 - Setting Travel Scenario A  
Section 10 - Setting Travel Scenario B

 

Section 11 - Release/Reassign

Section 11 - Student Guide - Releasing and Reassigning Resources This topic covers the information necessary to release and reassign resources in IROC, including modifying a resource's release.  
Section 11 - Power Point - Releasing and Reassigning Resources  
Section 11 - Instructor Guide - Releasing and Reassigning Resources  
Section 11 - Release - Reassign - Scenario A  
Section 11 - Release - Reassign - Scenario B  

Final Scenario

Final Scenario A  
Final Scenario B

Navigating the Data Management Tool (DMT)

Navigating the DMT  

Managing Records in the DMT

Navigating the IROC Data Management Tool Video  
Student Guide - Managing Records in the DMT  
Powerpoint - Managing Records in the DMT  
Instructor Guide - Managing Records in the DMT  

Final Scenario

Final Scenario A  
Final Scenario B