Crisis Management and Disaster Response Hybrid (on-line and residential) Course - (NATO APPROVED; NATO ETOC Code: ETE-CM-21784)Date: (22-03-2021)
Location: CMDR COE
Duration: 5 days
Classification: NATO UNCLASSIFIED Releasable to Partners
Depth of knowledge: Level 200
The Crisis Management and Disaster Response (CMDR) Course , NATO APPROVED, will take place within 22-26 MAR 2021 as a hybrid event - at CMDR COE premises and virtually using WebEx platform.
The CMDR course aims at building 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”.
Military officers (OF-3 to OF-5), sergeants (OR-7 - OR-9) and/or civilian equivalent, involved in crisis response, assigned to NATO HQs and agencies, missions and operations; NATO Ally and Partner nations′ Ministry of Defence and subordinated HQs; Ministry of Interior, and Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
After finishing the course, students will be able to:
- Describe NATO Crisis Response fundamentals;
- Understand NATO′s structure and main CMDR actors;
- Describe NATO’s cooperation with relevant IOs and NGOs as part of a Comprehensive Approach (CA) to security;
- Describe basic elements and characteristics of NCRP;
- Explain what is resilience and civil preparedness against current and future threats to security;
- Outline NATO resilience baseline requirements and related guidelines for national application;
- Work with basic criteria for evaluation of resilience.
The course will be conducted as a hybrid event - residential in the CMDR COE premises and on-line broadcasting the live lessons from the Centre′s virtual studio for the students who are not able to participate physically.
The course consists of interactive lectures, practical tasks, tabletop exercise, and a final hands-on task. Formative and summative assessment will be made on in-class and delivered on-line and will be monitored by dedicated mentors.
The tabletop exercise will be supported by the CMDR COE Operational Laboratory capabilities through deploying relevant modeling and simulation systems in order to provide the nessecary assessments and to test the students decisions.
CMDR COE implements the adult learning principles in its E&T solutions. That is a method seeking and 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. During the course the Chatham house rule will be followed and all rules are equal applicable for the both audience - participated in face-to-face and online participants.
The command of English language should be at a professional level, according to the criteria stated in STANAG 6001. The minimum STANAG level is: 3-2-3-2 and the minimum civilian equivalent is: B2+/C1 in CEFRL.
Participants are expected to attend all course activities as the intense programme does not allow for absences during the course. Certificate for successful completion shall not be awarded in case absences are recorded.
Mandatory online registration should be completed as soon as possible, but no later than 05 MAR 2021. The required minimum for course conduct is 10 participants, and the maximum – 30.
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The course fee is € 200, excluding speakers, and participants from the CMDR COE Sponsoring nations – the Hellenic Republic and the Republic of Poland and the CMDR COE Framework Nation - the Republic of Bulgaria.
Cancellation of participation is only possible with a 3-week notice prior to the start date of the course. The entire course fee is due past the afore-mentioned period.
- Course Director: CIV Stanislava Kraynova - firstname.lastname@example.org
Office number: +359 2 92 24 731
- OPR- LTC Bisser Zlatkov - email@example.com
Office number: +359 2 92 24 732