54/2015 Mentoring, Monitoring and Advising (MMA) tasks

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27 May 2015 to 29 May 2015

Participants on this activity will be able to strengthen their skills to carry out the MMA tasks efficiently. They will also be able to:

  • identify, describe, summarise and compare MMA methods (best practices identified via the case studies presented)
  • explain the MMA relationship process for the formal and informal transmission of knowledge and demonstrate the appropriate presentation techniques
  • demonstrate the development of handbooks and manuals
  • discuss MMA good practices and formulate successful MMA in line with the mission mandate
  • evaluate action plans and the achievement of local host nation ownership
  • develop skills to integrate local knowledge and traditions into the transitional process when implementing internationally accepted standards
  • compare the EU and the EGF standard methods of mentoring when supporting the evaluation process of the mission
Target Audience: 

Police officers deployed or to be deployed on missions (relevant security clearance is required).

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CEPOL course 54/2015 "Mentoring, Monitoring and Advising (MMA) tasks”

29 June 2015

The Portuguese Guarda Nacional Republicana organised from 27 to 29 May 2015 the CEPOL course 54/2015 on Mentoring, Monitoring and Advising (MMA) tasks. The activity took place at the School of Guard in Queluz (Portugal) and was attended by law enforcement officers from 20 EU Member States.


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