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P3-75

NATO Crisis Response System Course

Conducted by JPOD

Aim

The aim of the course is to provide students with a strong foundational knowledge of the NATO Crisis Response System (CRS) and to exercise the the Crisis Response Measure (CRM) and information exchange procedures through practical use of the NATO Crisis Response Tracking Application (NCRTA) and the NCRS Message Drafting Application (NCRS MDA).

Details

Duration: 1 Week
Course Structure: Resident (1)
Language: English 3333 IAW STANAG 6001
Classification: NATO Restricted Rel PfP/IP
Area: JPL - Operational Planning, Assessment and AltA
Section: OP - Operational Planning
Depth of Knowledge: 3 - Apply
ePrime No.: ACT.312
ETOC Code: JPL-OP-3562

Course Iterations

Code Course Dates Open Seats
P3-75-A-17 04 - 08 Dec 17 0
P3-75-A-18 03 - 07 Dec 18 0

If no seats are available, you may have your agency POC send a seat waiting list request. Please refer to the POC Finder to obtain the contact information of your agency POC.

Learning Objectives

Explain NCRS: Given references, students will be able to explain the NCRS and the use of its components

APPLY CRISIS RESPONSE MEASURE AND INFORMATION EXCHANGE PROCEDURES: Given a series of presentations and practical Functional System Training, students will apply NCRS CRM and information exchange procedures.

DEMONSTRATE THE USE OF NCRS COMPONENTS: Students will demonstrate the correct use of NCRS components against a given scenario.

Course Participants

Military Officers (OF-1 through OF-5) and NCO's (OR-8 through OR-9), or civilian equivalents, who are in the position of NCRS Action Officers with responsibilities for the NCRS assigned to or selected for:
- NATO Allies’ and, where appropriate, PfP Ministries of Foreign Affairs, Defence, Internal Affairs, etc.
- NATO HQ, NATO commands, NATO agencies.

Language Proficiency: English 3333 IAW STANAG 6001
Rank Requirements: NCO: OR-7 thru OR-9
Officer: OF-1 thru OF-5

Methodology

This one-week course is comprised of lectures, practical exercise on computers, syndicate work and student presentations. Day 1 and 2 primarily focus on NATO Crisis Response System, crisis response measure procedures, and the NATO Crisis Response Tracking and Message Drafting applications. Other course days focus on practical exercise of these applications and syndicate study.

Further Information

Prior attendance at NATO Crisis Management Course (M3-52) at NSO or the Crisis Management Orientation Course (CMOC) at NATO HQ is recommended but not mandatory.