UN Military Observer’s Course - UNMO
3 Weeks – 15 working days
Students per iteration:
The minimum number per iteration is 10 and the maximum is 25
Iterations per year:
We hold this course once a year. There is a possibility to hold another course during the year, upon request
Deadline for applications:
to O4 (CPT to LT COL), (For military and police personnel).
- Good command at English language.
To prepare officers from different countries for assignment as Military Observers in Peace Support Operations, and to familiarize them with UN structure procedures, SOPs and terminology.
National and International Military Officers
to UN peacekeeping.
- Fundamentals of UN peacekeeping.
- The Establishment and
Operationalization of Security Council Mandates for PKO.
- How United Nations PKO Function.
- UNMOs Criteria.
- UNMO's Duties.
- Patrol Duties.
- Media Relation.
- Observation Post.
- Daily Situation Report/ Shooting
- Do's & Don'ts.
- Safety and security.
- ICRC/ Law of Armed Conflict.
- International Law Applicable to PKO.
- Human Rights Protection in UN PKO.
- Women, Peace and Security: The Role of
- Protection of Children: The Role of UN
- Use Of The Interpreter.
- Working with Mission Partners.
- Movement In Mined Area
- Chemical Training.
- Conduct and Discipline.
- Sexual Exploitation and Abuse.
- Consequences of Misconduct.
- HIV/AIDS in PKO.
- Stress Management.
- Weapon Recognition.
- Humanitarian Assistance.
- Reimbursement System.
- Respect for Diversity.
- Crater Analysis.
- Negotiation & Mediation.
- UN International Police Role in PKO.
- Communication Phonetics &
- SAIT Training (Exercise).
- Map Reading, GPS (Exercise).
- Communications (Exercise).
- Map Reading (Exercise).
- PT (Exercise).
- UN Driving Skills (Exercise).
- Presentation Delivery (Case Study).
- Visit to ICRC Office/ Amman
-We hold this course once a year. There is a possibility to hold another course during the year, upon request
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