ADL

Advanced Distributed Learning (e-Learning)

E-learning is a mix of interactivity, resources and structured learning activities provided via internet 24/7.

In other words it is an anytime, anyplace supply of training, using interactive content.

Benefits of e-Learning include increased flexibility, low cost, increased reach of audience, and finally maximized value of learning and portability.

ADL courses are an additional tool NMIOTC offers, especially designed as PRE-LEARNING for trainees with limited previous experience in MIO.

NMIOTC is offering the following e-learning (ADL) courses:

  • ADL 097 – Introduction to MIO (under development)
  • ADL 100 – Medical Combat in Maritime Operations
  • ADL 337 – NATO Introduction to Biometrics

How to enroll in NATO e – Learning

NMIOTC e–Learning is resident on Allied Command Transformation JADL portal.

In order to get access to the ACT’s ADL area (JADL-Joint Advanced Distributed Learning) trainees need to request a username and password from the JADL administrators using an official e-mail address.

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