CMDR COE provides 12 weeks on-line course for the students from the University of California, Irvin.Date: (23-07-2020)
The CMDR COE continues to spare no effort in establishing cooperative partnerships aimed at advancing crisis management and disaster response and at raising awareness on NATO’s role and contribution. Paying special attention to education and training, the CMDR COE, Capacity Building International (CBI), and the University of California Irvine (UCI) joined forces in developing a 12-week online specialisation programme on NATO Crisis Management & Disaster Response. The programme aims at building basic knowledge on and understanding of the NATO crisis response fundamentals, the NATO Crisis Response System (NCRS), related processes, components and cross-cutting topics such as resilience, civil emergency planning, and gender mainstreaming.
A 10-strong team of CMDR COE subject-matter experts developed tailored content for the two parts of the NATO CMDR specialisation programme.
Sessions were recorded in the new CMDR COE recording studio, created to improve the Centre’s capabilities for the production of quality learning solutions in an online environment.
The CMDR COE is delighted to participate in this collaborative exchange of knowledge and expand the scope of its training audience to include university students and young professionals.
Apparent participation of CMDR COE in the biggest multinational CAX for 2019» read more
Formally collaboration with the Bulgarian Ministry of Interior» read more
CMDR COE conducted its resident Crisis Response Operations Planners Professional Development (CROPPD) Course.» read more
CMDR COE Mobile Education and Training Team (METT) successfully conducted a Planning and Conducting Disaster Relief Operations Course at South-Eastern Europe Brigade (SEEBRIG) HQ» read more
The Final Technical Conference (FTC) of the exercise was hosted by CMDR COE» read more
CMDR COE METT in David Aghmashenebeli National Defence Academy, Georgia» read more
NATO HQ met represantatives of the 25 NATO-accredited Centres of Excelence (COEs), 15-16 July 2019 in Brussels» read more
CMDR COE has earned Unconditional Accreditation and NATO Quality Assurance Certificate» read more
Collaboration Framework Agreement was signed with the Capacity Building International Institute (Delaware, USA)» read more
The Crisis Management and Disaster Response Centre of Excellence has concluded the 7th Annual Conference on Interagency Interaction in Crisis Management and Disaster Response on June 6, 2019 in Sofia, Bulgaria.» read more
The 2019 resident Disaster Management course was successfully conducted on the newly renovated CMDR COE premises on 13-17 May 2019, and parallel to the NATO Quality Assurance Process for the Centre.» read more
HQ SACT Quality Assurance Team of Experts with a 2-day visit in Sofia as a part of the Quality Assurance accreditation process of the CMDR COE» read more
Mr. Damir Krstičević, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defense of Croatia visited the CMDR COE on May 3, 2019.» read more
“One Day Round Table Discussion”, over the development of the new editions of the NATO Strategic Foresight Analysis (SFA) and Framework for Future Alliance Operations (FFAO) Reports» read more
A productive and informative discussion on most pressing climate change challenges to security.» read more
CMDR COE reception in the newly opened premises of the Centre» read more
MNCG conducted its biggest exercise since its establishment - DORR`19 (18-22 March 2019)
The purpose is to promote ideas in a way that will advance the common understanding as well as gain points of view that might not have been otherwise considered.» read more
The first NATO GFP course - the CMDR COE and the Nordic Centre for Gender in MIlitary Operations (NCGM) join forces for mainstreaming gender in a military context.» read more
By conducting NATO Crisis Response System Course from 29 to 31 January 2019, Sofia, CMDR COE marked its first educational event for the year of 2019.» read more
A post-exercise Lessons Identified Conference in regard of command-post and field exercise "SRBIJA 2018".» read more
Colonel Roussinov relinquished the position of the CMDR COE Director to Colonel Nikolov who assumed the command. The ceremony was attended by high representatives from the Sponsoring Nations: the Republic of Bulgaria, Hellenic Republic and Republic of Poland as well as distinguished guests from governmental entities and academia.» read more
State Secretary of Serbian MoD, Aleksandar Zivkovic opened a four-day training for psychologists from the Ministry of Defense and the Army of Serbia called "Training for the management of stress and resilience" and emphasized that the Ministry of Defense appreciates the work of psychological services in all segments.» read more
The CMDR COE conducted its resident, NATO SELECTED, Strategic Decision-Making for Crisis Response Operations (SDMCRO) Course on 26-30 NOV 2018 at Hotel Shipka, Sofia. This year the course methodology was premised on adult learning - a method enabling the active involvement of trainees in the process of learning by encouraging critical thinking, communication, and problem solving based on individual approach and creativity.» read more
On Thursday, November 8, Polish Senior National Representative, COL Dariusz Dobron held National Independence Day ceremony which was dedicated to commemorate the anniversary of the restoration of Poland’s sovereignty. Ceremony started with historical outline of the recovery of Polish Independence, followed by reception. The ceremony was honored by the presence of Polish Chargé d′affaires Mr Andrzej Mojkowski, Minister Consul Mr Andrzej Janik, Defense Attaché COL Marek Warmiński and COM NFIU BG COL Stayko Prokopiev.» read more
On 24-25 October 2018, the Crisis Management and Disaster Response Centre of Excellence (CMDR COE) hosted an important event – the 6th Steering Committee Meeting.
During the meeting on 24 October, the SC members approved the proposed Program of Work 2019 of the Centre as well as the proposed CMDR COE budget estimates for FY-2019.» read more