NATO School Oberammergau (NSO) supporting the Military Women’s Training Center
By the Public Affairs Office, 22 Jun 23
The NATO Instructor Course delivered in cooperation with NATO was concluded at The Military Women's Training Center in Jordan on Wednesday 14 June 2023, with the participation of 23 servicewomen from the Jordanian Armed Forces (JAF) and Jordanian Police in the JAF, in the presence of The Commander of the Military Women's Training Center, Colonel Anas Al-Malkawi.
According to NATO standards, the course qualifies participants to give lessons to the members of the Jordanian Armed Forces and security services.
The course, which lasted 4 days, included teaching methods, communication and feedback, and the development and implementation of a lesson plan.
At the end of the ceremony, the center's commander distributed certificates to the graduates. Among those who attended/instructed were U.S. Army Sergeant First Class Daniel Broda, Hungarian Chief Warrant Officer Laszlo Nagy, Czech Sergeant Major Pavel Bodrogi and Switzerland Senior Warrant Officer Roger Steiner, all members of the NATO School Oberammergau staff.
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