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M.18.R - TAKING INTO ACCOUNT THE LESSONS OF RECENT CONFLICTS

TAKING INTO ACCOUNT THE LESSONS OF RECENT CONFLICTS TO INTRODUCE CHANGES IN INSTRUCTION AND TRAINING IN FINABEL COUNTRIES

The aim of the study is to improve the education and training systems of FINABEL countries by effective implementation of education and training related lessons identified/lessons learned from recent major national and multinational operational experience of the various nations in order to achieve enhanced common operational capabilities and interoperability.

M.19.R - TRAINING AND PRE-DEPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS OF THE EU BG

TRAINING AND PRE-DEPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS  OF THE EU BG

  • To identify guidance for individual and collective training under national and multinational responsibility and for evaluation/certification of the FHQ and core EU BG to ensure the effective employment and operational commitment of the EU BG, be it as a single-nation or multinational structure. 

M.17.R - MINIMUM TRAINING STANDARDS FOR COMBAT SUPPORT

MINIMUM TRAINING STANDARDS FOR COMBAT SUPPORT (CS) / COMBAT SERVICE SUPPORT (CSS)PERSONNEL ENGAGED IN OPERATIONS

To define the minimum skills and training standards for CS/CSS personnel of Finabel countries, in order to provide them, during basic/single arms training, with a proper force protection capability.

M.16.R - TRAINING FOR MILITARY OPERATIONS IN URBAN AREAS

This study focusses on how the armies of Finabel member states train their soldiers and units, for military operations in urban terrain (MOUT).

The aim of this report is to study how Finabel countries can optimise training methods and interoperability for the preparation of soldiers and units to operate in urban terrain, across the full spectrum of conflict

M.08.R - STUDY OF THE WAY IN WHICH FINABEL COUNTRIES EVALUATE AND QUANTIFY THE RESULTS

STUDY OF THE WAY IN WHICH FINABEL COUNTRIES EVALUATE AND QUANTIFY THE RESULTS OF COLLECTIVE TRAINING

-       To determine how FINABEL countries conduct collective training and whether or not the output of this collective training is assessed or measured in order to preserve/justify reducing military resources.

-       To define any areas worth following up in an era of both political and military interoperability.

M.12.R - COMPARE THE CURRENT AND FUTURE USE OF SIMULATION SYSTEMS

COMPARE THE CURRENT AND FUTURE USE OF SIMULATION SYSTEMS (IN THE WIDER SENSE) DESIGNED FOR INDIVIDUAL AND COLLECTIVE TRAINING, WITH A VIEW TO IDENTIFYING A MAXIMUM OF AREAS WHERE COOPERATION BETWEEN THE FINABEL COUNTRIES COULD BE IMPROVED

To describe the simulation systems used by the various FINABEL countries so as to define any possible joint use of existing or future assets, with a view to optimising cooperation in this area.

Studying the manner in which the various countries use their simulation systems and assets, and a knowledge of equipment forecasts, make it possible to:

-        List the simulators which can, as from now, be made available to other countries,

-        Identify the simulators which could in future be designed or even used jointly,

-        Make all concerned aware of the possibilities presented by simulators, the subject of this study, which equip all the FINABEL countries.

Since simulation systems are changing rapidly, it is imperative to regularly update the data mentioned in this report, to prevent the information from becoming obsolete. Support from all FINABEL countries will be required to carry out this essential task.

M.10.R - HARMONISE INSTRUCTION AND TRAINING PROGRAMMES

HARMONISE INSTRUCTION AND TRAINING PROGRAMMES WITH A VIEW TO ACHIEVING AN EFFECTIVE LEVEL OF COOPERATION IN FUTURE COMBINED JOINT AND MULTINATIONAL OPERATIONS

The aim of this study is to: 

List the principles, methods and objectives of training in the member countries.

Indicate the similarities and differences in training between the member countries.

Describe the desired framework in which training has to be planned and put into practice.

Define general directives for evaluating training 

M.07.R - COMPARISON OF INSTRUCTION AND TRAINING BETWEEN THE PROFESSIONAL ARMIES

COMPARISON OF INSTRUCTION AND TRAINING BETWEEN THE PROFESSIONAL ARMIES AND CONSCRIPTION-BASED ARMIES AND THE CONCLUSIONS DRAWN FROM THIS, CONCERNING IN PARTICULAR THE DIFFICULTIES OF TRANSITION FROM ONE SYSTEM TO ANOTHER

To show the characteristics, possibilities and limitations of the individual and collective instruction and training of a professional army.Likewise, for a combined army made up predominantly of national service conscripts.Analyse the instruction and training problems which arise during the transition from a conscription to a professional army.Inform one another of national solutions found to make the transition towards a professional army.

M.14.R - STUDY THE TRAINING CYCLE OF THE UNITS TAKING ACCOUNT OF THEIR OPERATIONAL EMPLOYMENT

STUDY THE TRAINING CYCLE OF THE UNITS TAKING ACCOUNT OF THEIR OPERATIONAL EMPLOYMENT, THE REST AND RECUPERATION REQUIREMENTS OF THE FORCES AFTER A MISSION AND THEIR PREPARATION FOR COERCION MISSIONS CRISIS RESPONSE OPERATIONS (CRO), IN PARTICULAR IN URBAN AREAS

To establish how FINABEL countries plan and organise their training cycles with a view to the operational commitments, and how they establish an optimal readiness system and a common training strategy, where applicable.

M.15.R - THE ROLE OF TRAINING AND EDUCATION AS A TOOL FOR RECRUITING

THE ROLE OF TRAINING AND EDUCATION AS A TOOL FOR RECRUITING AND RETENTION AND THE WAY IN WHICH SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS GAINED THROUGH MILITARY TRAINING CAN BE TRANSFERRED TO CIVILIAN EMPLOYMENTS

Inside the development of the professionalization system of the Armies, three fundamental aspects can be distinguished: Recruiting, Retention and Reincorporation to the civil life.

The aptitudes gained by the individuals during their stay in the Army can affect directly or indirectly in the processes of Recruitment and Retention.

Concerning the Reincorporation, the goal is how to adapt military qualifications gained during the military service to the civilian environment.

The study analyses the procedures in Finabel countries for the gaining and recognition of civilian qualifications resulting from military training, education and experience.

A series of recommendations are given in this study in order to improve recruiting and retention through military training and education, and to facilitate reincorporation to civil life.

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