Available courses

The course is designed to provide students with knowledge, skills and abilities to work confidently in protective clothing in a toxic environment containing Chemical Warfare Agents and/or Toxic Industrial Chemicals. Through the training, the course participants will gain practical experience in the use of Individual Protective Equipment (IPE), will understand and be able to apply safe work practices and will have an appreciation of the equipment and methods for detection and decontamination.

Learning objectives:

1.    Understand the chemical threat and how to protect against it;

2.    Understand the detection of chemical agents;

3.    Understand the execution of immediate/ operational decontamination;

4.    Understand planning, organisation and execution of LAT in a training facility.

Expected training audience:

Students are supposed to have a common level of knowledge to work safely and effectively in a toxic environment.

Preconditions for participation:

All trainees have to be physically fit and accomplish basic CBRN Training.

The only person having a Medical Clearance Package confirmed prior Live Agent Training is approved to perform the Live Agent Training.

The Medical Clearance Package serves as documentary proof of actual health status, and it is necessary to be confirmed by the physician that the course participant passed a medical examination prior to the Live Agent Training Course.

Students must undergo "ADL Live Agent Course

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Date: 18 - 22 October 2021

Security level: Non-sensitive information releasable to the public

Tuition fee: payment for renting an authorized training facility per each course participant (approx. 2,000 Eur per person) will be determined by the number of students (optimal from 17 to 20-course participants) 

Seats: min 10, max 20 participants 

Deadline for enrolment: 18 June 2021

ETOC Code: WMD-CD-31883 

ePRIME Reference: ACT.603.5

The aim is to introduce and describe CBRN Consequence Management, NATO Crisis Management concept, organisation, systems and procedures including Cooperation and Partnership initiatives in CBRN Crisis / Consequence Management to NATO and Partner Nation officers and their civilian equivalents.

Learning Objective:

1.  Identify principal NATO CM bodies, systems and procedures, and explain the NATO CM


2.  Explain CM after CHEM incident;

3.  Explain CM after BIO incident;

4.  Explain CM after RAD/NUC incident;

5.  Explain Lessons Learned from recent NATO commitments and exercises; identify the importance of Rules of Engagement, Process and Public Information 

     during the planning and implementation of Crisis Response Operations.

Expected Training Audience:

The course is developed for key elements of consequence management structures including the police, firefighters, health services, hospitals, military, civil defence (if applicable), emergency management authorities, public information, specialist teams such as counterterrorism units or investigation.

Date: 22 - 26 November 2021

Security level: NATO Unclassified releasable to PfP, MD, ICI, PAG

Tuition Fee: 100 EUR

Seats: min 14, max 30 participants 

Deadline for enrolment: 12 October 2021

ETOC Code: WMD-CD-25633