Course Aim:

To raise awareness of corruption and promote integrity by strengthening the leadership and management skills of the Senior NCOs in order to enhance their professionalism, competency and effectiveness in national and multinational working environment.

Course subjects:

Introduce key national and international legislation and policies including UN Security Council Resolutions

Understand NATO and UN policies and directives on Gender as they apply to operations

Comprehend the operational requirement to understand the human terrain in a Peace Support Operation and the role played by women in society

Understand the benefits of a mixed gender unit in peacekeeping in the planning and execution of operations

Understand the need for a Mission and multi-agency approach to tackling GBV in the Mission Area

Introduce gender considerations in disaster relief and humanitarian operations

Understand the key concepts applied by the UN to the Protection of Civilians


Up to 40 national and international participants

The Course is designed for military and police officers mid-level decision makers, as well as civilians (NGO) who are likely to be deployed in Peace Support Operations

Participants should have following standards of proficiency in English (as described in NATO STANAG 6001): 2, 2 ,2, 2 or to fulfill the minimum required standards defined by the UN SAT pre-deployment assessment procedures (Guidelines for Police Contributing Countries, issued by UN DPO)

REMARKS: The Course is delivered by national and international instructors and subject matter experts, both military and civilian.

Reference: The course has been certified by NATO ACT as “NATO Approved Course”.

Application deadline: 30 days before the start of activity