The 51th NATO Conference of Commandants (CoC) is started on 17 MAY 2022 by the German Führungsakademie in Hamburg. The Commandants will address “Resilience within Education” as the overarching topic.The priority areas for improving the educational process identified during the conference, in the tradition of annual cooperation between our educational institutions, will be implemented in the educational activities of the university.
The next issue of the NATO Integrity Program (VI) Bulletin № 13, winter 2022, has been published. The publication covers events organized by NATO's Integrity Program together with Colombia, Georgia, Jordan, the Republic of Moldova, Peru, Tunisia and Ukraine since the end of 2021.
The forty-sixth day of the heroic resistance of the Ukrainian people to a russian military invasion continues.
There were at least a thousand people, and Donetsk residents were being evacuated to safer regions of Ukraine. Dozens of dead. More than a hundred people were injured. There were children among them...
On February 17, ten more servicemen from military units and command organizations of the Armed Forces of Ukraine completed a three-day workshop for language training instructors at the Department of Foreign Languages, received the relevant certificates and departed for their duty stations.
On February 7, 2022, the Elective Course on ADL technologies implementation in the Armed Forces of Ukraine was launched at the National Defence University of Ukraine named after Ivan Cherniakhovskyi to meet the requirements of the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in the field of transformation of sergeants’ individual training
From February 7 to February 9, 2022 within the framework of the “Modern Information Environment” module, the military students of L-3 Joint Operations Staff Officers Training Course of the National Defence University of Ukraine named after Ivan Cherniakhovskyi mastered the basic principles of civil-military cooperation in NATO and in the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
The graduation of the Armed Forces of Ukraine servicemen who were trained in the foreign language courses at the retraining and improving qualification centre, was held at the University.
On February 3, the Foreign Languages Education and Research Centre of the National Defence University of Ukraine named after Ivan Cherniakhovskyi hosted the graduation ceremony of another group of trainees who had completed a training course for part-time language training instructors of military units and management bodies of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. The program of this three-day course involved studying the basics of organization and methods of teaching English to military audiences. This time, the graduates of the course were nine servicemen, who will shortly commence teaching English to their colleagues in their units. As decided by Ministry of Defence of Ukraine, designated military personnel of the Armed Forces, except conscripts, have now possibility to start studying English, now being a subject of their individual training, under the guidance of language training instructors – directly at their duty stations.
In order to improve the skills of financial and economic bodies` representatives of the MoD`s and the General Staff`s structural units, students` training in professional military education and advanced training on the financial support organization for the needs of the Armed Forces of Ukraine has been launched. The courses are held in the National University of Defense of Ukraine named after Ivan Cherniakhovskyi.
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