The aim of this course is to provide students with an overview of the various roles, missions, and doctrines related to NATO’s provisions on CMI/CIMIC and its relevance in their daily duties and activities.
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CIMIC in NATO:
Explain the role of CMI and CIMIC within NATO and its contribution to a comprehensive approach.
CIMIC Roles and Responsibilities:
Explain the contribution of CMI/CIMIC in staff procedures and their relation to other relevant staff functions.
Explain the mandates, roles, and policies of key civilian stakeholders in the civil military interaction/arena (e.g. ICRC, UNOCHA, IOM, NGOs).
Military officers (OF-1 through OF-5) and NCO's (OR-7 through OR-9), or civilian equivalents, of the NCS/NFS and not currently assigned to a NATO CMI/CIMIC position. The course focuses on the tactical and operational level.
||English 3333 IAW STANAG 6001
||NCO: OR-7 thru OR-9
Officer: OF-1 thru OF-5
The chosen training option is a blended training approach, consisting of a mandatory pre-course ADL module1 (NATO CIMIC Awareness Course – NCAC) provided by the CCOE and complimented by a one-week residential course executed at NATO SCHOOL Oberammergau.
This one week course is comprised of interactive plenary lectures, followed by brief, moderated Q&A sessions, alternating with facilitated work in small syndicates. Case studies complement the subject matter. A guest speaker provides top-level perspectives in closing the course on Friday.
Students should be aware they will be given short but essential reading tasks in the course of the week IOT prepare for the upcoming case-studies and lectures.
You are encouraged to complete the following ADL modules provided by the ACT LMS prior to attending the course.