NODEFIC takes pride in utilizing new technology for learning, and offers our course participants and others, access to new knowledge and insight through online learning.
The four courses currently available have in common that they offer an introduction to their respective subject matter. The course can be utilized for several different purposes. NODEFIC use them as a prerequisite for course participation, to ensure that all participants have a basic and common understanding of the course subject matter.
We also encourage former participants to use the courses as a form of repetition after finishing the course in Oslo. The online courses can be useful to new staff in missions as an introduction to their new positions, or to other interested in the subject matters.
The online course describes the roles and functions of the Joint Operations Centre in an integrated UN mission and its relation with the UNHQ in New York. The online course is developed in cooperation with the UN Operations and Crisis Centre in New York.
The online course describes the basis of information collection and analysis and the roles and functions of the Joint Mission Analysis Centre in an integrated UN mission. The course is developed in cooperation with the UN Operations and Crisis Centre in New York.
The online course describes the basis of the UN COE manual, and other important UN documents, such as Troop Contributing Countries Guidelines, Troop Costs and Memorandum of Understanding. The course will give the participant a basic understanding of the UN Contingent Owned Equipment System and reimbursement.
The online course describes the basis of the UN Integrated Concept and the UN Logistic Concept included the most important UN documents that Troop Contributing Countries need to use in their preparation for deployment to a UN mission. The course will give the participant a basic understanding of the UN logistics.
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Some courses offered through eLearning are mandatory for students upon course start. Accepted students are urged to read their pre-course material carefully.
In preparation for most of our courses related to the United Nations, we highly recommend the eLearning course "UN Peackeeping Operations: An Introduction", offered by the UN Knowledge Portal. Please use the link provided to register in this portal and access the course:
Peace Operations Training Institute (POTI)
We also recommend the many courses on subjects related to United Nations peace support, humanitarian relief and security operations offered by
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