Challenge of Crisis Management and Disaster Response Course in Pandemic TimeDate: (20-03-2021)
One-week Crisis Management and Disaster Response Course starts on the 22nd March 2021 in online mode, broadcasted from the virtual studio of CMDR COE.
The aim of the event is building of basic knowledge and awareness on NATO Crisis Response fundamentals, NATO Crisis Response System (NCRS), and its complementary elements - NATO Crisis Response Process (NCRP), and Civil Emergency Planning - civil preparedness and resilience in a collective defence and deterrence context, according to NATO “baseline requirements”.
The Crisis Management and Disaster Response course is the Center’s overarching course giving the whole picture of the Crisis and Disaster Management processes within the International community and particular – in NATO. The interest in this course increases with each iteration.
The guest instructors are from OSDIFE (Observatory on Security and CBRN Defense) – Mr Stefano Scaini and from the NATO MILMED COE Dr Silke Ruhl.
The aim is the trainees to receive a profound knowledge on the Crisis and Consequence Management of CBRN and IED (Improvised Explosive Devices) threats, and in addition to get a perspective on how the most powerful international organizations contribute to managing disaster response complexity all over the world.
At the course attend representatives of different civil and military structures and institutions from Azerbaijan, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Germany, Greece, Italy, Jordan, Morrocco, Poland, the Czech Republic, United Kingdom, and Ukraine.
The course objectives are to be achieved and complemented by detailed and productive teamwork, being a challenge for the attendees to learn how to implement the team tasks in a virtual classroom reality.
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