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OPEC 19 consists of of five teaching events (TEs) during January to June 2019, where the students themselves will define the learning objectives. Thereafter SWEDINT will address their requirements through internal or external expertise. The minimum number of participants will be six and the number of students will not exceed ten.The purpose of OPEC is to give personnel with a substantial knowledge of of the NATO Operations Planning Process (OPP) a deeper understanding of operations planning in general and on the operations level in particular, provided by the best expertise that SWEDINT can attract as well as through the sharing of own experiences between the students.
TE1 22-23 January,
TE2 5-7 March,
TE3 9-12 April,
TE4 21-23 May,
TE5 11-12 June.
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