Courses at SWEDINT

Approximately 50 UN, NATO/Partnership, EU, NORDEFCO and other courses are conducted yearly at SWEDINT. Around 1300 participants from more than 60 countries typically take part in our activities.

Photo: Jan Gustafsson/SWEDINT


The courses we conduct are constantly updated and revised in accordance with new Standard Training Modules (STM), lessons learned from current PSO, development of doctrines and last but not least, in line with the pedagogy of modern adult learning.

How to apply

If you would like to apply to a course at SWEDINT, please use the application form and CV on the right hand side. 



UNPOCC första kurs vid SWEDINT, FN.
United Nations Protection of Civilians Course
International Police Officer Course

The purpose of the course is to prepare the participant for a role as an international police peacekeeper in a peacekeeping operation or equivalent so they can work effectively with the outlined objectives according to a United Nations Security Council Resolutions mandate/European Union Joint action or OSCE action plan. This is a generic preparatory training with the wider perspective of international peace and security in relation to policing, and specifically, how you in your role and task as a competent police peacekeeper can support reformation of the local police in a fragile state and/or a state in a post-conflict environment. Hence, this training will not focus on mission specific issues such as mission specific practical- or security aspects of the work.