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CMMOC - Romania

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  • 1. National Defense University “ Carol I” Crisis Management and Multinational Operations College
  • 2.
    • BACKGROUND
    • Romania/UK Bi-lateral Initiative
    • Opened officially on the 1 st of September 1997
    • Original purpose - to encourage more flexible ethos and approach in the Romanian officer corps
    • Official NATO recognition, as a PfP Training Centre, on 20 th April 1999
    • Establishment of the Crisis Management and Multinational Operations College, 1 OCT 05
    • “ War fighting” focus - training for the worst case
    • English is the language of instruction
  • 3. CRISES MANAGEMENT AND MULTINATIONAL OPERATIONS COLLEGE MISSION
    • “ The mission of the CMMOC is to educate and train selected personnel in support of the current and developing NATO doctrine and procedures. ”
  • 4.
    • Long Duration Courses
    • Advanced Joint Operations Staff Officer Course (AJOSOC)
    • Brigade Staff Officer Course (BSOC)
    • Crisis Management and Euro Atlantic Security Course - ADL Based
  • 5. Advanced Joint Operations Staff Officers Course Aim
    • “ To educate selected officers in the rank of Major to Colonel, or their civilian equivalents, for command and staff appointments in a joint warfare and multinational environment”
  • 6. AJOSOC
    • ADVANCED JOINT OPERATIONS STAFF OFFICER COURSE
    • -13 WEEKS-
    PHASE 4 JOINT & MULTI- NATIONAL OPS PHASE 3 FOUNDATION PHASE 1 WEEK 8 HOURS 3 WEEKS PHASE 1 OPERATIONAL LEADERSHIP (Optional for EAPC) 1 WEEK ENGLISH REFRESHER PHASE 8 WEEKS PHASE 2 IT TRAINING (Optional)
  • 7. AJOSOC Content FOUNDATION PHASE JOINT & MULTI-NATIONAL OPS PHASE
    • Conflict & International System
    • Moral Dimensions of
    • Warfare
    • Alliances
    • International & Regional
    • Studies
    • Media
    • UK/NATO Doctrine
    • Command & Staff Procedures
    • Combat Power
    • Operational Planning
    • Peace Support Operations
  • 8. BSOC Aim
    • “ To educate selected officers from all EAPC countries, including Romania, in NATO compatible approach
    • to command, staff, operational
    • and logistic procedures up to Brigade level”
  • 9. BSOC
    • PHASE 1: 1 week - English Refresher Phase
    • PHASE 2: 16 hours - IT Training (optional-during ERP)
    • PHASE 3: 9 weeks - Combined Arms Operations
    • Week 1 : Doctrine and Operational organization and Capabilities
    • Week 2 : Command and Staff Procedures
    • Week 3 : Orders Process and Visit Tour
    • Week 4 : Estimate Process and CSS
    • Week 5 : OOTW: PSO, NEO and MACA
    • Week 6 : Operations of War: Offence, Defence, Transitional Phases
    • Week 7 : Estimate and Orders Exercises, Students briefings
    • Week 8 : Final Exercise & Final Test
  • 10.
    • Short Duration Courses
    • Peace Support Operations (PSOC)
    • NATO Staff Orientation (NSO)
    • Civil-Military Co-operation (CIMIC)
    • Security Policy and European Integration Course (SPEIC)
    • Crisis Management Course (CMC)
  • 11. PSOC
    • “ To give selected officers an understanding of the concepts, planning and conduct of PSO and to familiarize them with current staff procedures in order to enable them to work within or to a
    • NATO-led multinational Headquarters”
    CONTENT Strategic background Staff procedures Changing nature of PSO Planning process Conceptual approach Conduct of operations Role of the media Case studies Negotiation/Mediation Final exercise CJTF concept
  • 12. NSOC
    • “ To brief selected officers, NCOs and civilians on NATO, the Alliance’s current political and military issues, as well as its command and staff procedures, in order to prepare them for a NATO appointment”
    CONTENT WEEK 1  Introduction to NATO; NATO’s Strategic Concept  CJTF Concept; NATO Response Force  PCC; Crisis Management in NATO  PSO, CIMIC and Logistics in NATO WEEK 2  Staff Procedures and Responsibilities  OPP  Exercise Planning WEEK 3  Admin, financial and legal matters  PWP and IPP  Briefing Techniques
  • 13. Security Policy and European Integration Course Syllabus
    • European Security Institutions (EU, NATO, and EU, NATO)
    • Wider Europe and Its Security
    • EU Integration Aspects of the XXI Century (A case Study – Romanian Integration)
    • EU Enlargement
    • PfP, EAPC
    • Black Sea Issues
  • 14. Crisis Management Course Syllabus
    • Crisis Management in NATO
    • Force Generation
    • NATO Operational Planning Process
    • Civil Emergency Planning
    • Role of the Media in Crises Management
    • EU and Crisis Management
  • 15. INTERNATIONAL PARTICIPATION
    • Albania - 39
    • Austria - 2
    • Algeria - 2
    • Azer d ba i an - 7
    • Belgium - 1
    • B & H - 24
    • Bulgaria - 39
    • Canada - 4
    • China - 1
    • Croatia - 2 4
    • Czech Rep - 4
    • Denmark - 2
    • Estonia - 4
    • FYROM* - 2 2
    • Georgia - 10
    • Germany - 1
    • Greece - 3
    • Hungary - 20
    • Iraq - 22
    • Italy - 1
    • Jordan - 4
    • Latvia - 3
    • Lithuania - 3
    • Moldova - 3
    • Pakistan - 2
    • Serbia & M - 12
    • Slovakia - 2
    • Slovenia - 2
    • Sweden - 1
    • Switzerland - 2
    • Turkey - 2
    • Ukraine - 2
    • UK - 1
    TOTAL - 270 *Turkey recognises the Republic of Macedonia with its constitutional name.
  • 16.
    • FUTURE
    • Continue to review and update the course curricula
    • Further co-operation within PfP TECs’ Conferences and Consortium
    • Encourage student attendance from outside Romania
    • Develop new Courses as required
    • Update and improve facilities
  • 17. Mail Ad d res s : B UCHAREST , 68-72 Panduri Street OP 35 Tel e ph on e : 004-0 21 - 3196001 ; 3195884 F ax : 004-0 21 - 3196001 ; 3195884 E mail: cmcom @ unap.ro Web site: www. unap .ro

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