The third stage to develop NATO-compliant logistics training programs has been started at NGOs with foreign experts
From November 12 to November 15, the NATO-Ukraine Defence Education Enhancement Programme (DEEP) will host a seminar at the university to develop training programs for logistics with the view to meet the standards of the Alliance's leading countries in training military professionals at all levels of education.
From November 11 to 14, the International brigade command-staff exercises will be held at NATO National Defense University of Ukraine named after Ivan Chernyakhovsky. It will be attended by about 100 officers - students of the command and staff institute of the use of troops (forces) of NDU, students and instructors of the command and staff course of the Lithuanian Military Academy named after General Jonas Jamaitis.
From 03 to 07 November 2019 in Oberammergau, Germany, the training on distance learning technology organized and sponsored by the NATO DEEP was held
Traditionally, the event is organized by European Security and Defence College (ESDC) with the support of the Austrian Ministry of Defense. ESDC conducts similar events in other countries in the context of the Eastern Partnership platform.
The workshop on the buiding and maintaining resilience was held jointly with representatives of the Swedish Defence University
Within the framework of international cooperation, the NDUU was visited by a delegation of the Swedish Defence University (SEDU) headed by the head of the department Jan Eldeblad. The Swedish delegation also included representatives of the Swedish Armed Forces, of the other ministries and governmental and regional departments dealing with issue of resilience, as well as representatives of some municipalities.
The Logistic Sustainment Planning Course began with a participation of the representatives of “Orbital” training mission
It will run from 4th till 15th of November held in the National Defence University of Ukraine named after Ivan Cherniakhovskyi taught by the representatives of “Orbital” training mission.
Global issues of the Common Security and Defense Policy discuss participants of the 6th Orienteering Course
The Orientation Course on Common Security and Defense Policy of EU is ongoing at the University.
The representatives of the Ministry of Defence of Ukraine, General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, National Defence University of Ukraine (the NDU), OSCE Project Coordinator, and national democratic civil experts have paid a study visit to the Geneva Centre for Security Sector Governance (DCAF).
The 6th Common Security and Defense Policy Orientation Course was launched at the University. The event is supported by the European Security and Defense College. Last year, the National Defence University of Ukraine became an Associate Partner of its network.
As part of the Ministry of Defense and Armed Forces' international cooperation plan, Brigadier General Brian McPherson visited the University, accompanied by Colonel Robert Foster, Defense Attaché at the Canadian Embassy in Ukraine.