This course will seek to provide you with a knowledge and understanding of what, from a NATO perspective, Concept Development & Experiment can provide to assist organisations, programmes and projects in their tasks to innovate and develop future capabilities.
This foundation level course is commentary to the ‘practitioner’ course run at NATO School Oberammergau and serves as a prerequisite for students attending this residential training. The practitioner course is suited for those who are going to be directly involved in CD&E work on a routine basis.
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CD&E as a Tool for Transformation:
After completing this lesson you will be understand the NATO Concept to Capabilities process.
After completing this lesson you will be understand the role of CD&E in Capability Development.
Introduction to Concept Development:
After completing this lesson you will be understand the role of concept development.
After completing this lesson you will be understand how operational analysis supports concept development
Introduction to Experimentation:
After completing this lesson you will be understand the role of experimentation.
Any interested NATO School Students, especially students attending the M7-51: NATO Concept Development & Experimentation Course.
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||NCO: OR-1 thru OR-9
Officer: OF-1 thru OF-9
The aim of this course is to provide you with an introduction to the NATO CD&E process, with sufficient knowledge to be aware of how NATO CD&E can be used as a tool to assist in the development of NATO capabilities.
This self-paced course is available on the NSO eLearning Platform.
Students selected for NSO resident or distributed learning courses via the allocation process will receive NSO eLearning Platform registration instructions sent to their official email address.
Those individuals not registered for an NSO resident or distributed learning course may find this self-paced course on NATO JADL. Individual registration is required.
Associated Courses and ADL Modules