A series of Intterra lessons and expected proficiencies have been developed that organize the existing knowledge base articles and videos into a resource for:
- Instructor-led classroom and drill training. The lessons provide instructional materials. The proficiencies listed provide a list of tasks and skills that can be demonstrated by the instructor while students follow on their own devices.
- Self-directed learning for users who will take the initiative and the responsibility to select, manage, and assess their own learning activities, which can be pursued at any time, in any place.
- Content that can be easily customized for specific agency training requirements and/or added to the department's training tracker software.
Additional references are also listed that provide more detailed content, where needed.
Note: Not all clients have the same layers and tools available in Intterra. Each system has been configured to meet specific needs. Each of these lessons may need to be "tweaked" a bit to fit your system.
|Lesson 1: Getting Started with Intterra (Web)||First-time users and those who will be using Intterra in a view-only role.|
|Lesson 2a: Collecting and Editing Preplans and Assessments in Intterra (Web)||Users who will be collecting and editing preplan and assessments (non-incident) map features.|
|Lesson 2b: Basic Incident Mapping and Editing the Map in Intterra (Web)||Users who will be mapping and editing incidents.|
|Lesson 3: Using the Field Tool||Users who will be using the Field Tool to collect and view Intterra mapping.|
|Lesson 4: Advanced Incident Mapping and Editing the Map in Intterra (Web)||Advanced users who will be adding features from other sources, managing incident naming and edits, and removing inactive incidents. |
Instruction Note: Clients have training materials that they are happy to share as a resource. Press the "Submit a Request" button on the top right of this page to request access.