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Military Psychosocial Incident Management


TITLEMilitary Psychosocial Incident Management Course 
MODEResidential
LOCATIONBudapest, Hungary
DURATION3 days
CLASSIFICATION
NATO unclassified
NATO CERTIFICATION + ETOC CODE
Listed
DEPTH OF KNOWLEDGE
Level 200
AIMThe course is designed to provide the knowledge and skills for military leaders to effectively start-up and/or to manage psychosocial care in the aftermath of a minor or major casualty incident and to enable participants to achieve psychosocial awareness in a military multinational environment.
TRAINING AUDIENCE
Military officers and NCO’s (including civilian equivalents) working in NATO-member countries, PfP countries, MD countries, ICI countries involved in or having a responsibility (before – during – after a critical incident) in the psychosocial decision-making process (Chain of Command, mental healthcare, psychosocial incident management).
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
LO1: know the 7 steps of the 7 steps-methodology of psychosocial incident management and understand how to implement the given methodology of psychosocial incident management.
LO2: act (1) as a psychosocial manager in analysing a minor/major casualty incident following the given methodology of psychosocial incident management; and (2) as an advisor to the CoC (Chain of Command) in the psychosocial incident management in the theatre of operations.
LO3: be a more responsible manager in case of psychosocial interventions; be conscious of the necessity to have a psychosocial incident management plan; be able to translate and apply the given methodology of psychosocial incident management into their own national setting.

PREREQUISITE

Language proficiency: English according to STANAG 6001-Standard Language Profile 3.2.3.2.
To be familiar with some basic documents on mental health care: e.g. STANAG 2565 and 2564.
To be able to create a PPT presentation.

METHODOLOGY

Comprehending the 7 steps-methodology of psychosocial incident management and the implementation of theory in praxis by:
- explaining the definition, the psychological impact, the consequences, the effects and the mechanisms of assimilation and the needs of victims of minor/major casualty incidents
- defining the traumatizing risk factors and describing an example of methodological screening
- illustrating the possible intervention strategies
- explaining a methodology of psychosocial incident management

LANGUAGEAccording to criteria stated in STANAG 6001 3.2.3.2.
ATTENDANCE

Participants are expected to attend all course activities as the intense program does not allow for absences during the course. Late arrivals or early departures cannot be accepted.
Certificate for successful completion shall not be awarded in case absences are recorded.

REGISTRATION

Mandatory online registration should be completed as soon as possible, but no later than 8 weeks prior to the course.
The required minimum for course conduct is 8 participants, and the maximum 15 participants.

COURSE FEE

For sponsoring nations: 310 Euros
For non-sponsoring nations: 450 Euros

CANCELLATION 
Cancellation of participation is only possible with a 3-week notice prior to the start date of the course. The entire course fee is due past the afore-mentioned period.
POC

MWO Attila Kecskés, e-mail: train.nco@coemed.org phone: +36-30-181-5926


Training BranchPOINT OF CONTACT

LT Attila KECSKÉS

train.nco@coemed.org

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