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1 6 th May 2013 CDR Volodymyr Khilkevych, UKR N

2 2 Why the Change in E&T Policy What are the major changes? Requirement Cycle Global Programming Roles and Responsibilities (RA/DH) Content wise Structure (STP/TRA/TNA) Quality Assurance Future of English Language Training wrap-up & ? ? ?

3 3 Why the Change in E&T Policy What are the major changes? Requirement Cycle Global Programming Roles and Responsibilities (RA/DH) Content wise Structure (STP/TRA/TNA) Quality Assurance Future of English Language Training wrap-up & ? ? ?

4 4 ACO: Requirements Education & Training ACT: Execution ACO: Evaluation

5 5 NSO Exer national Facility PTEC ….. COE Multiple Training- opportunities on one subject without linkage, defined interfaces, etc… ….. Training-opportunities structured by subject, each subject headed by one responsible entity (RA) and administered by his DH past future NETF RA: Shape J9 DH: CIMIC COE CIMIC RA: SHAPE GA DH: NCGMO Gender

6 6 Why the Change in E&T Policy What are the major changes? Requirement Cycle Global Programming Roles and Responsibilities (RA/DH) Content wise Structure (STP/TRA/TNA) Quality Assurance Future of English Language Training wrap-up & ? ? ?

7 7  Structured approach towards definition of Requirements  Global Programming ◦ Defined Roles & Responsibilities (R&R) within subjects ◦ Structured content wise approach  Quality Assurance

8 8 Why the Change in E&T Policy What are the major changes? Requirement Cycle Global Programming Roles and Responsibilities (RA/DH) Content wise Structure (STP/TRA/TNA) Quality Assurance Future of English Language Training wrap-up & ? ? ?

9 9 Requirements MC Endorse- ment & NAC Approval of Non NATO Entities’ Activities Development + Programming Approval Bi-SC Coordination NFS Coordination NFS Coordination Partner Coordination SACEUR’s Annual Guidance on ETEE NFS Coordination JULY Programming Board I Programming Board II Training Synchronization Conference (TSC) Training Synchronization Conference (TSC) Programming Board III JUNE

10 10 Why the Change in E&T Policy What are the major changes? Requirement Cycle Global Programming Roles and Responsibilities (RA/DH) Content wise Structure (STP/TRA/TNA) Quality Assurance Future of English Language Training wrap-up & ? ? ?

11 11 Roles and Responsibilities RA-DH Content wise Structure STP- TRA-TNA International Educational Standards - QA new E&T Landscape Global Programming

12 12

13 13 Why the Change in E&T Policy What are the major changes? Requirement Cycle Global Programming Roles and Responsibilities (RA/DH) Content wise Structure (STP/TRA/TNA) Quality Assurance Future of English Language Training wrap-up & ? ? ?

14 14 Roles and Responsibilities RA-DH Content wise Structure STP- TRA-TNA International Educational Standards - QA new E&T Landscape Global Programming

15 15  Organizational Structure RA DH Training Subject INTEL CIMIC Maritime NSO PTEC COE Gender Logistics NMIOTC nat Institute BMD

16 16 Requirement Authority RA SAGE Sec Gen AMS Current & Future Ops ….. NATIONS assistance Req PARTNER assistance Req NFS Req Future Ops Department Head DH COEsPTECs Nat E&T Institutions NDC NSO JWC JFTC ….. NMIOTC RequirementsE&T Solutions

17 17 Requirement Authority RA SAGE Sec Gen AMS Current & Future Ops NATIONS assistance Req PARTNER assistance Req NFS Req Future Ops Department Head DH COEsPTECs Nat E&T Institutions NDC NSO JWC JFTC NMIOTC RequirementsE&T Solutions JFT

18 18 -“there can only be one” RA (high level entity within NATO) -Depending on complexity of a subject there can be more than one DH (not limited to NATO entities, not necessarily a training facility) RA DH Training Subject X RA DH Training Subject Y

19 19  JFT (Joint Force Trainer) ◦ Directions and Guidance (D&G) for NATO E&T ◦ Coordinates with SHAPE to propose RAs ◦ Appoints DHs (in cooperation with RA) ◦ Receives reports from annual Discipline Conference and provides D&G in response ◦ Supports development of SAGE ◦ Reacts on recommendations from RA/DH and provides D&G if necessary ◦ Sets standards for QA-Process

20 20  JETE (Joint Education, Training and Exercises Division) ◦ Coordinates E&IT processes ◦ Supports developments of STPs, TRAs and TNAs ◦ Provides assistance to Nations if requested ◦ Provides experts to organize/lead the accreditation process

21 21  RA ◦ Gathers, defines and prioritizes the operational requirements ◦ Defines NATO’s Level of Ambitions (LoA) for his discipline ◦ Gives D&G to DH on desired end state of E&T within his area of responsibility ◦ Keeps DH updated (concepts, doctrine, policy, procedures) ◦ Reviews requirements and capabilities annually ◦ Establishes links to RA’s and DH’s where disciplines influence each other, overlap or connect closely

22 22  DH ◦ Supports STP and TRA with expertise ◦ Leads TNA for identified training gaps (needs to establish internal expertise to conduct TNA’s) ◦ Establishes programme within subject ◦ Conducts annual Discipline Conference ◦ Recommends changes to RA ◦ Does not need to conduct training itself ◦ Does not give directions to training institutions

23 23 Why the Change in E&T Policy What are the major changes? Requirement Cycle Global Programming Roles and Responsibilities (RA/DH) Content wise Structure (STP/TRA/TNA) Quality Assurance Future of English Language Training wrap-up & ? ? ?

24 24 Roles and Responsibilities RA-DH Content wise Structure STP- TRA-TNA International Educational Standards - QA new E&T Landscape Global Programming

25 25

26 26  Content wise Structure Strategic Training Plan Training Requirements Analysis Training Needs Analysis STP holistic view broad and general TRA 1 st Analysis outcome: Programme TNA In Depth Analysis outcome: Course

27 27  STP (Strategic Training Plan) ◦ Provides an holistic overview over a subject encompassing individual training, collective training, Key Leader Training and exercises ◦ Aims to provide D&G for implementation of new capability or solution to operational shortfall ◦ Define NATO’s level of ambition for the field/discipline ◦ Link with NATO’s high level strategic objectives STP

28 28  TRA (Training Requirement Analysis) ◦ Based upon approved STP ◦ Aims at operationalizing the capability by identifying training gaps (Definition of the levels to be trained (pol-mil, strat, ops, tac) and matching this with the current training inventory) ◦ Outcome: a) definition of levels to be trained b) decision upon Depth of Knowledge c) Inventory of existing courses d) gap Analysis TRA

29 29  TNA (Training Needs Analysis) ◦ Based on result (Training gaps) of TRA ◦ Specify requirements for trainings to fill identified gaps ◦ Design and development of course ◦ Conduct and validation of course TNA

30 30 ElementRADHJETEJFTMCProduct STP leadsupport recommendapprove Adaptive and flexible plan to unite and synchronize training efforts TRA support Lead/ approve Academic plan including recommended solutions for identified gaps and redundancies TNA support lead / approve provide QA support and E&IT support acknowledge Defines learning and enabling objectives required to eliminate performance gaps, and systematically delivers a training opportunity Discipline Conference supportleadsupportapprove Discipline alignment plan

31 31 Why the Change in E&T Policy What are the major changes? Requirement Cycle Global Programming Roles and Responsibilities (RA/DH) Content wise Structure (STP/TRA/TNA) Quality Assurance Future of English Language Training wrap-up & ? ? ?

32 32 Roles and Responsibilities RA-DH Content wise Structure STP- TRA-TNA International Educational Standards - QA new E&T Landscape Global Programming

33 33  Concept ◦ Alignment to International Educational Standards ◦ Ensuring highest possible quality in E&T institutions ◦ Autonomy and flexibility of institutions ◦ Continuous improvement of E&T quality  QA Programme covers: ◦ Institution’s QA policies and directives ◦ Curriculum Analysis, Design, Development and Implementation ◦ Evaluation, monitoring and continuous improvement

34 34  QA and course accreditation 2 criteria for course accreditation: 1.Course fulfills a NATO requirement 2.Institution meets QA standards

35 35 MC 458/2 Bi-SC 75-2 Bi-SC 75-2 MC 458/2: NATO’s Education, Training, Exercise and Evaluation (ETEE) Policy Bi-SC 75-2: Education, Training, Exercise and Evaluation Directive (E&TD) Bi-SC 75-3 Bi-SC 75-3 Bi-SC 75-3: Collective Training and Exercise Directive (CT&ED) Bi-SC 75-7: Education and Individual Training Directive (E&IT) Bi-SC 75-7 Bi-SC 75-7 CFI Concept including E&T Concept

36 36 Why the Change in E&T Policy What are the major changes? Requirement Cycle Global Programming Roles and Responsibilities (RA/DH) Content wise Structure (STP/TRA/TNA) Quality Assurance Future of English Language Training wrap-up & ? ? ?

37 37  NATO E&T vs National E&T  Focus Area (General Language – Terminology – Teacher’s Training)  RA – IS?  DH – BILC?  STP – TRA - TNA Experts’ view needed!

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