As well as providing an overview of intelligence and understanding processes today, this five-day course examines civil-military relationships, strategic to tactical issues and the challenges posed by changing technology. It examines political, economic, social and technological factors affecting intelligence and understanding. 

Course rationale

The course enables a review of the policy implications, drawing on contemporary thinking relating to sometimes-controversial issues in counterinsurgency, counter-terrorism, legislation, ethics and big data. The course helps participants draw conclusions and develop strategies for intelligence and understanding based on their own work and cultural context.

Course details

Duration:
5 days
Campus:
Any venue suitable for the client

Entry requirements

There are no specific requirements for these un-accredited short courses but, please note they will all be taught in English.

Key Benefits

This course is aimed at anyone interested in intelligence and understanding, given contemporary thinking and public discourse on these issues. For those interested in developing their practice in the light of social and technological changes, this course will help critical thinking about policy, strategy and method. This practice focused approach brings contemporary literature and real world problems together, ensuring that a series of exercises keep the in-class dialogue relevant and engaging.