Building IntegrityDate: (27-06-2022)
Location: ON-LINE (hosted by CMDR COE)
Duration: 4 days
Classification: NATO UNCLASSIFIED Releasable to Partners
Depth of knowledge: Level 200 / 300
Crisis Management and Disaster Response Centre of Excellence (CMDR COE) and a team of BI UK Instructors from the Defence Academy of the United Kingdom are pleased to announce the Year 2022 iteration of the Bulding Integrity course, scheduled for the period 27 JUN - 30 JUN 2022.
Most crises (both inter-state and intra-stated rooted) have multi-dimensional causes and symptoms. Their management is operationalized through various stages, principles, tools and actors for crisis transformation. Apart from military officers, foreign policy makers and security experts, humanitarian and relief workers, as well as members of the business community are recognised as essential actors in the field of crisis management. History of armed conflicts and humanitarian crisis illustrates that vulnurable societies are suseptible of corruption. In an emergency situation the corruption cinsequences are amplified and have devastating efect on crisis resolution.
Therefore, building integrity has turned out to be a lead task within the context of crisis resolution.
The course is designed to assist and train the audience in building capacities and enhance institutions in the spirit of co-operative security.
E&T solution aims at raising awareness, sharing best practices, processes and methodologies, as well as at increasing interoperability and promoting international co-operation, all of which are important tools in achieving a more secure environment.
Military and civil experts involved in crisis response, assigned to NATO HQs and agencies, UN and OSCE missions and operations, EU and any other international and intergovernmental organizations.
After finishing the course, students will be able to:
- Apply knowledge and skills on theoretical-applied basis for analysis of indicators for areas of possible corruption;
- Demonstrate new capabilities for corruption forecasting and preventive measures planning;
- Describe NATO’s approach to building integrity;
- Demonstrate professional skills to manage large complex social systems in a crisis or emergency.
The course will be conducted online.
The course consists of interactive lectures and practical tasks.
The CMDR COE leverages 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. All requirements are equally applicable for the 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.
Mandatory online registration should be completed as soon as possible, but no later than 30 MAY 2022. The required minimum for course conduct is 10 participants, and the maximum – 30.
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The course fee is € 300. Enrolled learners / their organisations are to cover the course fee latest one week before course start. The fee can be payed online (a payment link will be provided) or via bank transfer (further details will be provided). In case of no show past the cancellation deadline (two weeks in advance of course start), the course fee is non-reimbursable.
No fees will be charged to military personnel, governmental employees and governmental educational institutions from Sponsoring Nations (Greece, Poland and Romania) and the Framework nation (Bulgaria).
Cancellation of participation is possible with a week notice prior to the start date of the course.
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