Military Medical Support in Humanitarian Arena Course (MMSHA) 19
Peace Support Operations
Course Fee: None
Terms and Conditions:
- Cost of travel, accommodation and feeding for participants will be covered by the KAIPTC. (Sponsored by German Ministry of Defence and Ministry of Foreign Affairs)
We would like to inform you about a development related to the advertised Military Medical Support in Humanitarian Arena Course from 8 to 12 July 2019.
Because of some changes within in the organisation of this course, we have to postpone this one for late 2019. The new date is not finalized yet.
Therefore we have stopped the application time for the planned course and all who have applied will receive a heads up information immediately after opening the application time again.
Your data is saved and your application stays valid for this new course automatically. Nothing gets lost. Only your availability has to cross checked again. Many thanks for your understanding and the KAIPTC is looking forward to welcome you in 2019.
Don’t hesitate to contact the Course Director for further clarifications all time.
The overall aim of the course is to familiarize the participants with the principle of medical support at the civil-military interface, offers a platform for discussions and allows for a practical application of skills and knowledge during a top table exercise. It provides an excellent opportunity to gain an enhanced understanding of the interface between the military and civilian sphere and serves as a forum for mutual exchange. Networking is an important tool for a quick and successfully support.
- Participation in the Course will be by invitation to targeted individuals and/or Ministries of Defence in the West Africa Region (member States of ECOWAS); additionally, the course will be advertised via KAIPTC Webpage / LMS.
- Chief Medical and Force Medical Officers from AU/ECOWAS and EU Missions;
- Selected ECOWAS personnel;
- Selected and nominated Mission personnel;
- International military personnel preparing to serve at UN/NATO/EU-Mission HQs as Medical-, CIMIC-, Legal- Advisors /Staff officers;
- International civil military personnel preparing to serve at UN-Mission HQs at Joint Mission Analysis;
- International civil military personnel preparing to serve for IO’s, GO’s and NGO’s in complex emergency environments;
- Participants will come from civilian, police and military backgrounds;
The gender aspect will be taken into consideration; (depends on applications and nominations)
Participants must be able to speak and write fluently in English;
The participants will be selected with attention to a balanced geographical, ethnical, gender and professional distribution.
The course is planned to cover the following modules:
- Principles of Humanitarian Assistance Humanitarian Crises and Sphere standards
- Civ. Mil Humanitarian Assistance in Complex Emergencies
- Medical UN Principles and Guidelines
- Peacekeeping & Stabilization Missions, Principles, Structures and Functions
- International Health Regulations and Conflict, UN Cluster System
- Humanitarian Assistance & SSR incl. Health Security
- Disaster Management Cycle & Medical Support in Operations
- Health Programs in Conflict Tactic & Operation
- Health Intelligence & Medical Mission Analysis
- Coordination with other Stakeholders (AU/EU/NATO)
- Mental Health in Emergencies
- Top Table Exercise
- Participatory, problem-based learning approaches using facilitated discussions
- Theoretical sessions with practical application
- Practice sessions to allow for application of information and concepts presented
- Drawing on participants’ individual experience and subject matter expertise
- Top table exercise
HOW TO APPLY
Interested applicants are requested to kindly fill and submit an online application form.
Access the application form using the link: Access to LMS
Cost of travel, accommodation and feeding for participants will be covered by the KAIPTC. (Sponsored by German Ministry of Defence and Ministry of Foreign Affairs)
Contact at KAIPTC:
CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS: 31 May 2019
Course Date/Duration: 08 to 12 July 2019
Course Capacity: 20 participants