Courses Under Development

Course 22000 - Managing Insecurities in the Maritime Environment

NMIOTC in accordance with Alliance’s gravity given to manage insecurities, instabilities and eventually crises as considered an essential core task, will provide this course in cooperation with the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (School of Sciences – Faculty of Geology and Geoenvironment, Postgraduate Program “Environmental, Disaster and Crisis Management Strategies”) in order to enhance trainees capabilities and allow them to deal with a wide range of emerging crises in an increasingly complex, dangerous, even unstable at certain cases, environment.

The aim of the course will be the transmission to the trainees of basic knowledge and skills in order to understand essential definitions and discriminate them, such as disasters, crises and crisis management in the maritime domain.

Taking into account Alliance’s direction that all crises can be prevented through diplomacy or other appropriate measures, NMIOTC will provide all the necessary skills and tools so that the engaged trainees, coming either from NATO countries or partner nations, can be from the one hand proactive and reactive if an upcoming crisis occurs, and on the other hand capable of conducting, participating, supporting maritime operations, article 5 or non article 5 crisis response operations (NA5CRO) by achieving interoperability and standardization in the light of the Alliance.

Course 30000 - “NATO Identity Intelligence Analyst in a Complex Environment”

NMIOTC under the auspices and guidance of the Allied Command Transformation (ACT) designed the “NATO Identity Intelligence Analysts in a Complex Environment Course” in order to best equip NATO analysts with the capabilities to understand the human terrain, and deny threat identities anonymity, across the full range of military operations maritime included. NMIOTC is pleased to invite NATO nations to participate in the subject pilot course.

The aim of the course is to develop NATO analysts who can leverage identity Intelligence to enhance analysis and production to inform command decisions in NATO Joint Operations Areas (JOAs). This includes the key skills of identity identification (discovering new threat actors), resolution (separating friend from foe), and attribution (linking persons to places or events). The aforementioned course is also intended to provide a place to share lessons learned and develop analytical techniques.

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Feb
6
Mon
COURSE 1000 – COMMAND TEAM MARITIME INTERDICTION OPERATIONAL ISSUES
Feb 6 @ 8:00 am – Feb 10 @ 2:00 pm
Feb
13
Mon
COURSE 2000 & 3000 – BOARDING TEAM THEORETICAL & PRACTICAL ISSUES
Feb 13 @ 8:00 am – Feb 24 @ 2:00 pm
Mar
6
Mon
Course 12000 – C-IED IN MARITIME INTERDICTION OPERATIONS
Mar 6 @ 8:00 am – Mar 10 @ 2:30 pm
Mar
13
Mon
Course 14000 – MARITIME IMPROVISED EXPLOSIVE DEVICE DISPOSAL (M-IEDD)
Mar 13 @ 8:00 am – Mar 17 @ 2:30 pm
COURSE 10000 “MARITIME INTERDICTION OPERATIONS IN SUPPORT OF COUNTERING ILLICIT TRAFFICKING AT SEA”
Mar 13 @ 11:38 am – Mar 17 @ 12:38 pm
Mar
20
Mon
COURSE 6000 – WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION IN MARITIME INTERDICTION OPERATIONS
Mar 20 @ 8:00 am – Mar 24 @ 2:30 pm
Mar
27
Mon
COURSE 29000 – “DETECTION AND IDENTIFICATION OF WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION (CBRN MATERIALS) IN MARITIME INTERDICTION” (PILOT))
Mar 27 @ 8:00 am – Mar 31 @ 2:30 pm
Apr
3
Mon
COURSE 26000 “TACTICAL COMBAT CASUALTY CARE (TCCC) / COMBAT LIFESAVER (CLS) IN MARITIME OPERATIONS”
Apr 3 @ 8:00 am – Apr 7 @ 2:30 pm