Crisis Management and Multinational Operations Department

How we support NATO and EU initiatives and cooperate with our partners


 

 Meeting NATO training requirements within Global Programming as NATO Accredited PTEC 

 

  Contribute with training to meeting NATO training requirements. Nine of our courses are accredited as NATO APPROVED:

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  • Crisis Management Course - ACT.621
  • NATO Staff Officer Orientation Course - ACT.622
  • Stability, Security, Transition and Reconstruction Operations Course - ACT.623
  • Brigade Staff Officer Course - ACT.624
  • Peace Support Operations Course - ACT.625
  • Civil-Military Cooperation Course - ACT.808
  • PSYOPS Practitioners Course – ACT.894
  • Comprehensive Operational Level Planning Course – ACT.902
  • Multinational Corps Staff Course

  One of our courses is accredited as LISTED:  

  • Advanced Joint Operations Staff Officer Course   - CMMOD. 1

 

NATO initiatives (DEEP Programme)

 

  • Contribution to the development of Professional Military Education Generic Curriculum
  • Support national military education systems - NATO DEEP Afghanistan, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Republic of Moldova, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Serbia, Iraq

  

 

PfP Consortium of Defence Academies and Security Studies Institutes

 

  • Organisation or contribution to seminars on Crisis management & Conflict Prevention, Brasov, ROU, 2008; Baku, AZE, 2009; Kiev, UKR, 2010
  • Contribution to the development of a possible Black Sea Security and Defence College Concept

 

  

EU military training requirements

  • capture the priorities expressed by the recently launched EU security and defence package within our courses;
  • align our courses to the EU relevant military training disciplines
  • enhance our cooperation with the main EU training actor – European Security and Defence College (ESDC) in Brussels.