The aim of this course is to provide students with an in-depth overview of the resource management process in a detailed manner via the concept of the Military Budget (MB), NATO Security Investment Program (NSIP), and manpower.
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Comprehend NATO Security Investment Programme (NSIP):
Given references, students will be able to understand the processes and tools to secure NATO Resources, identify and describe the Components of a Capability Package (CP), identify NSIP common funding issues, and describe NSIP procedures and policies for current operations.
Students will be familiar with NATO procurement/contracting practices and procedures, be familiar with funding for NATO operations, describe the resource management process for obtaining funding, and describe funding procedures and policies for current operations.
Explain NATO Manpower:
Students will be able to explain the types of manpower available to perform duties in NATO, explain the advantages and disadvantages of outsourcing, describe Peacetime Establishments (PEs) and Crisis Establishments (CEs), describe the procedures for managing NATO manpower, and key constraints such as ceilings and national limitation on flexibility.
Comprehend NATO political and military resource structures:
Students will be able to describe NATO committee structure and boards directing NATO resource matters, identify key NATO resource directives, be familiar with the relationship between NATO defence planning and NATO resource planning, and understand the relationships between the three major resource areas of NSIP, MB and manpower.
Military or civilian personnel serving in resource or policy areas, with one year of resource management experience.
||English 3333 IAW STANAG 6001
||NCO: OR-5 thru OR-9
Officer: OF-1 thru OF-5
This one-week course is comprised of 20 lectures building on the three pillars of RMEP. There will also be 6 scenario-based syndicate exercises and a final keynote speech from a guest speaker.
Please note that this course will now be a 4 day course that will run from Monday morning to Thurday afternoon.
You are encouraged to complete the following ADL modules provided by the ACT LMS prior to attending the course.