The aim of this course is to prepare selected NATO evaluators and national evaluation team members to conduct combat readiness evaluations in land units and HQs, while harmonizing NATO and national directives on CREVAL for land forces.
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Explain the foundation and structure of the ACO CREVAL Program:
Given references, explain the foundation and structure of the ACO CREVAL program.
Explain the concept, conduct, and methodolody of the ACO CREVAL program.:
Given references, describe the ACO CREVAL Program concept, how it is conducted and methodology for its application.
Demonstrate evaluation criteria and reporting procedures.:
Given references demonstrate how the procedures followed for the ACO Combat Readiness Evaluation are documented.
Explain essential documents relevant to CREVAL.:
Given references, explain the NATO policy and procedures for the ACO Land Forces Combat Readiness evaluation.
1. Selected NATO military members with experience in the evaluation area, which should be available to support CREVAL as evaluators, monitors or observers. Students have to possess a sound knowledge of applicable NATO Land Forces procedures.
2. Selected Partner Nations’ (PN) Military personnel, who will be available to support OCC NATO Level 2 evaluations as PN evaluator. The acceptance of PN students will be based upon following criteria:
a. The PN student has completed the OCC E&F Evaluator Training Course (ETC);
b. PN must have been released pertaining ACO Forces Standards describing ACO evaluation programs. In this regard confirmation will be received by Partnership Coordination Cell (PCC), established at SHAPE Mons, BE.
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||NCO: Not eligible
Officer: OF-3 thru OF-5
This one week course is an external supported program of instruction, delivered by CREVAL experts/instructors within ACO. It is conducted using the following methods of instruction:
1. Formal lectures of 40 minutes aimed at the second and third cognitive level of instruction followed by a 5-minute Q & A period.
2. Panel discussions, if appropriate, in support of a preceding formal lecture.
3. Syndicate work (e.g. guided discussion, problem solving, exercise participation, presentation of results) to consolidate knowledge gained.