The aim of this course is to develop students to apply intermediate leadership skills within NATO's multinational environment.
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Given references, students will describe NATO organization and structure in accordance with NATO Handbook Ed. 2006.
Leadership in the International Environment:
Given references, students will describe the tools, programs, and resources to most effectively perform his/her duties.
Communicate as a Senior NCO:
Given references, students will demonstrate the ability to clearly communicate information in accordance with established NATO guidance
International Ethics in NATO:
Given references, students will explain the significance of cultural diversity its impact in the international environment.
Given references, students will explain the current issues facing NATO and its partners.
NCOs (OR-6 through OR-7) or civilian equivalents who are assigned to a NATO or PfP headquarters or agency, national Ministry of Defense, Foreign Affairs department, or subordinate military headquarters, unit, or agency which fulfills responsibilities in support of NATO.
||English 3333 IAW STANAG 6001
||NCO: OR-6 thru OR-7
Officer: Not eligible
This two-week course is comprised of five modules which cover all aspects of the course. Within each module, each topic is fully taught or first explained, demonstrated and then practiced by students. Except for some role play, students will work as part of a team.
This is a two week course and restricted to OR-6 and 7.
This course contains pre-learning sessions available as ADL Modules through the ACT LMS. Furthermore, please check the NSO Members Portal for pre-readings and briefing linked to the course.
Pre-Readings and Briefings
Please log on to the NATO SCHOOL Members Portal to see all documents attached to this course.