Critical analysis of the development of C-IED capabilities from the early campaigns in Northern Ireland and UK to the Balkans, to its evolution into a modern component of military doctrine from Iraq and Afghanistan. This module will study the principles involved in an effective C-IED capability and consider the functions provided to a military force; it will also analyse the similarities required to provide effective capacity for civilian emergency services and the need for coordination at a National level.

Course content

  • Principles of C-IED
  • Attack the network
  • Defeat the device
  • Prepare the force
  • C-IED Operational Studies - Northern Ireland
  • C-IED Operational Studies - Kosovo
  • C-IED Operational Studies - Iraq
  • C-IED Operational Studies - Afghanistan
Duration:
3 days
Campus:
Any venue suitable for the client

Entry requirements

No specific requirements for these un-accredited short courses but, please note they will all be taught in English and are designed for Service personnel only.

Key Benefits

The above training programmes are relevant, current and individually designed.  Our courses can be combined with situational based multiagency exercises designed to meet specific training outcome requirements. The providers have a pedigree in delivering customized or catalogue courses to military, law enforcement, industry and government organisations as well as private security companies, and have a proven track record of successfully delivering courses to students whose first language is not English. The providers can also create instructor led software based training solutions designed to specific government and industry standards and train the trainer packages (T3).