The logistic curriculum review seminar is being held at the University with the participation of foreign experts
The Institute of Troops (Forces) Support and Information Technologies of the National Defence University of Ukraine named after Ivan Cherniakhovskyi is holding a seminar on reviewing logistics support training programs within the framework of the NATO program “Defence Education Enhancement Program” (DEEP) on 1-3 December 2021.
The seminar is attended by NATO logistics experts, representatives of the Main Logistics Department, General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, the Logistics Command and academic staff of the Institute.
George Topik, Vice Director of the US Center for Joint and Strategic Logistics, Lieutenant-General Mykola Shevtsov, Chief of the Main Logistics Department of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, Oleg Gulyak, Commander of the Logistics Command the Armed Forces of Ukraine and colonel Oleksandr Matsko, Chief of the Institute of Troops (Forces) Support and Information Technology, as well as the representatives of military administration authorities and scientists and instructors of the University are taking part in the event.
During the seminar, the main focus was made on the review of logistics support curricula taught in higher military educational institutions of Ukraine at
L2-L4 courses, educational and scientific programs of the second (master's) level of higher education and their compliance with the needs of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.