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Peacekeeping training is defined as any training activity which aims to enhance mandate implementation by equipping UN military, police or civilian personnel, both individually and collectively, with the knowledge, skills and attitudes to enable them to:
a) meet the evolving challenges of peacekeeping operations in accordance with DPO/DOS principles, policies and guidelines, as well as lessons learnt from the field;
b) perform their specialist functions in an effective, professional and integrated manner and;
c) demonstrate the core values and competencies of the UN. (DPO-DOS Policy on Training for all United Nations Peacekeeping Personnel, 2010)
Pre-Deployment Training (PDT) refers to generic, specialized and, where appropriate, mission-specific peacekeeping training that is based on United Nations standards and takes place prior to deployment to a DPO-led mission. This training is delivered by Member States to military and police personnel/units in their home country and by the Integrated Training Service (ITS) for civilian personnel.
Induction Training refers to training that is delivered to DPO/DOS headquarters staff upon arrival at United Nations headquarters in New York or mission-specific training that is delivered in a DPO-led mission. This may include generic and specialized training, including training for military police and civilian personnel.
On-going Training refers to any training or learning activity for peacekeeping personnel (military, police or civilian) undertaken during their assignment at Headquarters or in the field subsequent to induction training.
Mobile Training Support Teams (MTSTs) are an institutional mechanism made available to Troop Contributing Countries (TCCs) and Police Contributing Countries (PCCs) to assist them in fulfilling their Pre-Deployment Training (PDT) obligations. MTSTs are not an assessment tool, nor do they provide delivery of training (pre-deployment or remedial), and they are therefore different from Selection Assistance Teams (SAT) or Mobile Training Teams (MTTs) for Formed Police Units (FPUs) deployed by Police Division in the Office of Rule of Law and Security Institutions (PD/OROLSI). MTSTs are a mechanism by which the Department of Peace Operations and Department of Operational Support (DPO/DOS) can provide on-site assistance to a specific Peacekeeping Training Institution (PKTI) in order to address the specific pre-deployment training needs of an individual TCC/PCC.
If a Member State or associated PKTI requires specific technical training support to design, develop, implement, evaluate or review their United Nations Peacekeeping Pre-deployment Training programme, it may request such assistance from DPO/DOS. The details of the requesting procedure and nature of assistance are available in the SOP on Mobile Training Support Teams (MTST),
Member States that contribute military and police personnel are required to comply with United Nations (UN) Peacekeeping Pre-deployment Training (PDT) Standards regardless of whether they have received official UN Training Recognition for their military and/or police PDT courses. Official Training Recognition is available to Member States that desire UN confirmation that a particular pre-deployment training course adheres to the relevant UN Peacekeeping PDT Standard.
A Member State or associated Peacekeeping Training Institution (PKTI) may request official UN Training Recognition of its military and police peacekeeping PDT courses. UN Training Recognition follows set procedures and determines whether a PDT is consistent with UN Peacekeeping PDT Standards (including Core Pre-Deployment Training Material (CPTM) and applicable Specialized Training Materials (STMs)). Official UN Training Recognition is applicable to peacekeeping PDT courses only, and is not provided for official endorsement of a PKTI as an institution or for individual peacekeeping trainers. The details of the requesting procedure and nature of assistance available are outlined in the DPO/DOS SOP on Training Recognition.
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