METHOD AND OBJECTIVES
The JSC content is guided by a former ACT Senior Mentor, and who is currently a NATO Joint Warfare Centre’s Senior EXCON Advisor. The JSC will comprise of presentations, facilitated discussions and practical problem-based learning directed at delivering the course performance objectives that are focused on: Doctrine; Joint planning and orders; JTF processes for synchronisation; delivering effects; and Synchronisation matrix development.
When concluded, participants will have a clearer understanding of the 8 main functions of synchronisation: Prioritisation; Allocation of resources; Sequencing of operations in time and space; Coordination; Harmonising to ensure third parties alignment; Opportunity; Risk Management and De-confliction. During the course participants will apply these functions to an OCCASUS scenario in an Article 5 operation.
JSC is a NATO RESTRICTED event aimed at those in the J35/J33/JAS in JTF HQs and Single Service Commands, including Components engaged in medium-term planning and JCB processes. The target audience is OF3-OF5 and may include functional SMEs such as those in JISR, Targeting, PSYOPS, CIMIC, Joint Fires/Effects and J4. The course will be conducted in English; a language proficiency of 3333 is required. The maximum number of participants for each iteration is 20. To apply, participants must complete and submit the SWEDINT CV and Application form; an early application is highly recommended.