DHQ, British Military Organise Training On Defence Management


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The Defence Headquarters ( DHQ), in collaboration with the British Military Advisory Training Team (BMATT), has initiated a 5-day training programme.

The training programme, with the theme: “Managing Defence in a Wider Security Context”, is scheduled to hold from 22 January to 26 January 2024, at the Army War College Nigeria (AWCN) Conference Hall, Asokoro, Abuja, and is expected to gather experts in security management across all spheres.

Chief of Defence Staff (CDS), General Christopher Gwabin Musa, who was represented at the opening ceremony on Monday by Major General HI Mabeokwe, the Director Peacekeeping Operations DHQ, encouraged participants to focus on the training while extending a warm welcome and gratitude to the BMATT training team.

The training curriculum is designed to address the challenges of managing defence in the context of broader security considerations, and lectures are expected to, cover a range of relevant topics, including Regional Security and the New World Order, Challenges for Human Security in West Africa in the 21st Century, International Human Rights Law, Rules of Engagement, and Maintaining Integrity in Complex Security Environments, among others.

Furthetmore, the sessions will feature syndicated presentations and exercises to facilitate interactive learning. Lieutenant Colonel Dominic Spencer, Dr Caroline Midelewright, and other directing staff are slated to deliver the lectures, providing valuable insights and expertise to the participants.

According to the acting director, Defence Information, Brig. Gen. Tukur Gusau, in a statement on Monday, this collaborative effort between the DHQ and BMATT underscores the commitment to advancing knowledge and expertise in defence management within the West African region.

“By fostering international cooperation and sharing best practices, the training aims at enhancing the capabilities of the participating military personnel in addressing evolving security challenges”, Gusau said.

Participants in the training include military personnel drawn from various West African countries.


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