SWEDINT first PTEC to receive NATO full systems accreditation

SWEDINT has been awarded NATO Quality Assurance Unconditional Accreditation for its efforts to produce the highest quality NATO education and training. SWEDINT was found to have sound internal quality assurance systems and procedures for the assurance of quality standards. Moreover SWEDINT has effective and regular processes of reviewing the quality of courses.

The Quality Assurance Accreditation is in line with our mission statement , to be a leading competence centre for Peace Support Operations, including Gender in Military Operations – says Colonel Lena Persson Herlitz.

The accreditation is valid for six years during which SWEDINT will continue to strive for improvements of internal quality assurance and continued efforts to define academic standards and Best Practices.

It is important to review our own processes since we are setting the standards for others in our role as Department Head for all NATO-led curricula concerning gender  - says Linda Johansson at the Nordic Centre for Gender in Military Operations/SWEDINT.

Vice Admiral Javier Gonzalez-Huix, Deputy Chief of Staff Joint Force Trainer, Supreme Allied Command Transformation (SACT) sums it up by stating – SWEDINTs efforts are commendable and highly appreciated.

NATO Quality Assurance Certificate