ITALIAN NAVY SMM 01 COURSE DENOMINATION

ITALIAN NAVY SMM 01 COURSE DENOMINATION

1 SMM 01 COURSE DENOMINATION Naval Command School COURSE LOCATION Patrol & Coastal Defence Forces Command (COMFORPAT) - Augusta, Sicily COURSE OBJECTIVES Training attendees to assume command of a Ship COURSE CURRICULUM AND SCHEDULE The course is heavily geared toward ‘practical training’, aimed at offering attendees realistic situations and enabling them to manoeuvre with ease and safety in restricted waters and open ocean. Students will acquire experience in both day and night time shiphandling, as well as formation and independent manoeuvres.

TYPICAL COURSE DURATION 6 weeks (4 terms per year: January-February, March-April, May-June, October-November) PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS No. 1 for each term (4 per year) COURSE PREREQUISITES - Minimum rank of lieutenant and adequate professional experience aboard a military unit; - qualification as Officer of the Deck and good knowledge of international sailing rules for preventing collisions at sea and standards provided by the Convention IMO - STCW '95 (Table A-II / 1) - excellent knowledge of the Italian language, to be tested before starting the course.

POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All course material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Attendees are entitled to board and lodging available at military facilities (~15 Euros per day) ITALIAN NAVY

2 SMM 02 COURSE DENOMINATION Regular Course COURSE LOCATION Naval Academy – Leghorn COURSE OBJECTIVES Training young men and women who aspire to be naval officers COURSE CURRICULUM AND SCHEDULE Aimed at training officers to embark and take command of naval units and/or operating entities of the armed forces. Upon completion of the three year course of study, officers will be awarded a degree in Maritime & Naval Science. Subsequently, officers attend qualification and training courses & on board Italian naval warships, earning 40 credits for a subsequent Specialist / Bachelor’s Degree in Maritime & Naval Science. TYPICAL COURSE DURATION 3 academic years, 8/10 months devoted to training and qualification courses. On request of respective countries, foreign attendees may return to Italy after six years to attend a 12/24 month Specialist / Bachelor’s Degree programme in Marine and Naval Science. Starting from the 2019/2020 academic year, there will be a continuing course, as officers from year group 2016/17 will join attendees of more senior year groups.

Foreign Students attend a preparatory course at one of the two joint language schools, Loreto or Perugia, with a tentative start in March/April. Upon getting through the final Italian language proficiency exam (August) and meeting all physical standards, admittance will be granted to the 1st class of the Italian Naval Academy Basic Officer Course. This course consists of at least two summer training campaigns onboard Italian Navy training ships, and training modules to be followed at specific Navy operational units, each lasting 10 weeks.

PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS No. 11 (1 every 5 Italian students). COURSE PREREQUISITES - High school diploma or equivalent, preferably from a nautical or scientific school, enabling enrolment at university faculties. Diplomas should be submitted in the original copy, with attached Italian translation, and be validated by relevant national school systems. - Good psycho-physical fitness to meet requirements for an officer serving in the Italian Navy. Upon arrival, foreign students will be subject to a health screening at the Naval Academy medical facilities.

- Age between 18-22 years. - Good knowledge of Italian language, to be tested before starting the course. POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All course material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Board & lodging is provided in accordance with bilateral agreements. ITALIAN NAVY

3 SMM 03 COURSE DENOMINATION Basic Regular Course and Application Course (Naval Engineering) COURSE LOCATION Naval Academy – Leghorn COURSE OBJECTIVES Training naval engineering officers COURSE CURRICULUM AND SCHEDULE Course aimed at training officers to operate ship propulsion plants. Upon successful completion of the study and training programmes, officers will be awarded a Bachelor’s Degree in Naval Engineering. A percentage of officers will be awarded a Bachelor’s Degree in civil and environmental engineering for follow-on employment in the infrastructural sector.

TYPICAL COURSE DURATION 6 academic years (4 at the Naval Academy and 2 at a conventional state university). This course consists of at least two summer training campaigns onboard Italian Navy training ships, and training modules to be followed at specific Navy operational units, each lasting 10 weeks. PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS No. 3 COURSE PREREQUISITES - High school diploma or equivalent, preferably from a nautical or scientific school, enabling enrolment at university faculties. Diplomas should be submitted in the original copy, with attached Italian translation, and be validated by relevant national school systems.

- Good psycho-physical fitness to meet requirements for an officer serving in the Italian Navy. Upon arrival, foreign students will be subject to a health screening at the Naval Academy medical facilities. - Age between 18-22 years. Good knowledge of Italian language, to be tested before starting the course. POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All course material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Board & lodging is provided in accordance with bilateral agreements. ITALIAN NAVY

4 SMM 04 COURSE DENOMINATION Regular Navy Staff Course COURSE LOCATION Naval War College - Venice COURSE OBJECTIVES Provide attendees with adequate knowledge and skills required to development, planning and conduct of staff activities related to Navy and Joint central/peripheral Commands, and within national, foreign and international organisations. Participants should acquire: - main principles of the ‘Working Methods and Operating Planning Procedures’ currently in use at national and NATO Commands (notably NATO COPD); - written and oral ‘Communications’ skills, with specific reference to forms of communications in use at headquarters, strategic communication, and elements of public relations; - basic principles of ‘Doctrine’ and ‘Strategy’, with a focus on the international environment in which Armed Forces (Navy in particular) operate; - basic principles of ‘Management’ and ‘International, Maritime and Humanitarian Law’.

COURSE CURRICULUM AND SCHEDULE The training course is based on an incremental level of complexity of the topics. The learning process includes: - classes held by trained officers; - additional classes/conferences held by subject matter experts with solid academic and military background or widely known for their proficiency at the topic; - individual and group exercises and syndicates; - attendance at specific seminars and conferences planned, organized and held at the Institute. Attendees’ performances will be assessed through intermediate tests for each subject, and a final overall examination.

TYPICAL COURSE DURATION Approximately 13 weeks, 3 sessions per year (Sep-Dec, Jan-Apr, Apr-Jul) PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS No. 5 per session ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS  rank: OF-2/3;  good knowledge of the Italian language (to be tested) POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All course material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Subject to availability and upon request, foreign students may book a room with private toilet/shower (at the Institute) or a suite (in a military installation within walking distance). The institute provides an all-hands mess, open every day, including weekends (booking required). Lodging and meals will be at attendees’ expense.

NAVY

5 SMM 05 COURSE DENOMINATION 'B' Class Hydrographic Surveying Qualification COURSE LOCATION Italian Navy Hydrographic Service – Genoa COURSE OBJECTIVES Providing attendees with the basic knowledge and skills required to carry out the duties of oceanography officers embarked on hydrographic / oceanographic survey vessels or stationed at oceanographyresearch centres. COURSE CURRICULUM The course consists of conferences, stages and educational visits to various military and civilian institutions.

TYPICAL COURSE DURATION 7 months (November - May): 20 week course + 4 weeks for training and tests. PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS No. 3 COURSE PREREQUISITES  Rank of Ensign or Lieutenant Junior Grade of the General Staff;  high-school diploma or equivalent, preferably from a nautical or technical school, enabling enrolment at university faculties; excellent knowledge of the Italian language to be tested before starting the course. POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All course material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Lodging is not provided. Attendees may purchase meals at the Hydrographic Service canteen, from Monday to Friday (~ €6,50 a meal).

ITALIAN NAVY

6 SMM 06 COURSE DENOMINATION Specialization Course in Hydrography and Oceanography (IDO) COURSE LOCATION Italian Navy Hydrographic Service - Genoa COURSE OBJECTIVES Attendees get a 2nd level Master Degree in Marine Geomatics, and acquire theoretical and practical skills required to:  plan and supervise the execution and validation of oceanographic and hydrographic surveys, fulfilling relative duties onboard hydrographic vessels or at hydrographic services;  contribute to the development of doctrine and practices in the field of hydrography, oceanography and nautical science;  hold teaching positions in the discipline of hydrography and oceanography at military training institutions. A 2nd level Master Degree in Marine Geomatics is a prerequisite to the acquisition of the category ‘A’ international certificate– Hydrographic Surveying. COURSE CURRICULUM AND SCHEDULE 2 academic years, scheduled as follows:  1st phase (theory): 22 weeks (courses/exercises: 18 weeks + training and tests: 4 weeks)  14 weeks: practical training onboard hydrographic / oceanographic survey vessels, or within hydrographic and geodetic expeditions, or at the Italian Navy Hydrographic Service;  2nd phase (theory): 27 weeks (courses/exercises: 27 weeks + training and tests: 5 weeks)  8 week specialization phase (courses/exercises: 5 weeks + training and tests: 3 weeks) The course is held every 2/3 years. TYPICAL COURSE DURATION 2 academic years PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS No. 3 COURSE PREREQUISITES  Rank of Lieutenant Junior Grade or Lieutenant of the General Staff, with adequate professional experience;  Specialist / Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent, enabling attendance of 2nd level Master Degree in Marine Geomatics; - excellent knowledge of the Italian language to be tested before starting the course.

POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All course material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Lodging is not provided. Attendees may purchase meals at the Hydrographic Service canteen, from Monday to Friday (~ €6,50 a meal). ITALIAN NAVY

7 SMM 07 COURSE DENOMINATION Regular Course and Application Course for Chief Petty Officers COURSE LOCATION Navy Petty Officer School - Taranto COURSE OBJECTIVES The course is aimed at providing attendees with the knowledge required to be employed as Chief Petty Officers for carrying out 2nd level tasks such as controller and/or shift foreman, maintenance staff supervisor, fiduciary of warrant officer aboard small units with the possibility of achieving 3rd and 4th levels assignments, involving coordination and high-specialised charges. Upon completion of the course, the Chief Petty Officers can obtain a three- year academic degree.

COURSE CURRICULUM AND SCHEDULE The Chief Petty Officer regular course consists of three years: 1st year : ‘Basic Education’ and ‘Specialisation/Preparatory’ programme, and 1st year of Academic and Specialisation Studies:  Combat System Technicians  Harbour Pilots  Qualified Nurses Upon completion of this year the naval training campaign is carried out. 2nd year: 2nd year of Academic and Specialist Studies; different studies for each specialisation:  Combat System Technicians  Harbour Pilots  Qualified Nurses 1st application and specialisation year (3rd year) this year is aimed at obtaining the three-year degree, carrying out differential studies for each specialisation:  Combat System Technicians  Harbour Pilots  Qualified Nurses TYPICAL COURSE DURATION The course lasts three academic years. PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS No. 2 attendees for each specialisation. COURSE PREREQUISITES - good knowledge of the Italian language, to be tested before starting the course; - school-leaving certificate POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All subjects dealt with are UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Room and board, sports facilities and education equipment will be available and provided by the School ITALIAN NAVY

8 SMM 08 COURSE DENOMINATION Refresher and Vocational Training Course for Sergeants Combat System Technicians:  Radar Operators  Radio Operators  Sonar Operators COURSE LOCATION Navy Petty Officer School - Taranto COURSE OBJECTIVES The course is aimed at improving the professional skills of personnel from the Junior Ratings to the Petty Officers 3rd class rate, in order to enable them to carry out the 2nd level tasks of Technician and/or Maintenance Operator with the acquisition of:  advanced knowledge of subjects related to their specialisations;  knowledge of equipments’ particular and general elements and their working methods;  conduct of activities in related operational fields (Combat)  awareness of duties and responsibilities related to their specific role Upon completion of the course, attendees are expected to have acquired:  a deeper knowledge related to their specialisation;  the opportunity to successfully carry out the Higher Specialist Qualification Course;  the awareness of their own role within the military organisation;  good command of military etiquette and adequate individual salute and march training;  improved fitness COURSE CURRICULUM AND SCHEDULE This course includes the following activities:  acquisition of advanced knowledge about specific subjects enabling attendees to carry out efficiently tasks related to respective specialisations;  military training, through an adequate individual salute and march training;  sport activities TYPICAL COURSE DURATION The course consists of two phases, for a total of 26 weeks, once a year, generally starting in October/November PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS No. 5 for each specialisation COURSE PREREQUISITES Good knowledge of Italian language, to be tested before starting the course POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All course material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD AND LODGING AT MILITARY FACILITIES Board and lodging, along with sport facilities and educational material will be provided by the School ITALIAN NAVY

9 SMM 09 COURSE DENOMINATION Refresher and Vocational Training Course for Sergeants Combat System Technicians:  Electronics Technicians  Torpedo and Naval Ordnance Engineers  Fitters COURSE LOCATION Navy Petty Officer School - Taranto COURSE OBJECTIVES The course is aimed at improving the professional skills of the personnel from the Junior Ratings to the Rank Petty Officers 3rd class rate, in order to enable them to carry out the 2nd level tasks of Technicians and/or Maintenance Operators , with the acquisition of:  advanced knowledge of subjects related to their specialisations;  knowledge of equipments’ particular and general elements and their working methods;  conduct of activities in related operational fields (Combat, Passive Defence)  awareness of duties and responsibilities related to their specific role Upon completion of the course, attendees are expected to have acquired:  a deeper knowledge related to their specialisation;  the opportunity to successfully carry out the Higher Specialist Qualification Course;  the awareness of their own role within the military organisation;  good command of military etiquette and adequate individual salute and march training;  improved fitness COURSE CURRICULUM AND SCHEDULE This course includes the following activities:  acquisition of advanced knowledge about specific subjects enabling attendees to carry out efficiently tasks related to respective specialisations;  military training, through an adequate individual salute and march training;  sport activities TYPICAL COURSE DURATION The course consists of two phases, for a total of 26 weeks, once a year, generally starting in October/November PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS No. 5 for each specialisation COURSE PREREQUISITES Good knowledge of Italian language, to be tested before starting the course POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All course material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Board and lodging, along with sport facilities and educational material will be provided by the School ITALIAN NAVY

10 SMM 10 COURSE DENOMINATION Refresher and Vocational Training Course for Sergeants Platform System Technicians:  Electricians COURSE LOCATION Navy Petty Officer School - Taranto COURSE OBJECTIVES The course is aimed at improving the professional skills of the personnel from the Junior Ratings to the Rank Petty Officers 3rd class rate, in order to enable them to carry out the 2nd level tasks of Technicians and/or Maintenance Operators , with the acquisition of:  advanced knowledge of subjects related to their specialisations;  knowledge of equipments’ particular and general elements and their working methods;  conduct of activities in related operational fields (Passive Defence)  awareness of duties and responsibilities related to their specific role Upon completion of the course, attendees are expected to have acquired:  a deeper knowledge related to their specialisation;  the opportunity to successfully carry out the Higher Specialist Qualification Course;  the awareness of their own role within the military organisation;  good command of military etiquette and adequate individual salute and march training;  improved fitness COURSE CURRICULUM AND SCHEDULE This course includes the following activities:  acquisition of advanced knowledge about specific subjects enabling attendees to carry out efficiently tasks related to respective specialisations;  military training, through an adequate individual salute and march training;  sport activities TYPICAL COURSE DURATION The course consists of two phases for a total of 26 weeks, once a year, generally starting in October/November PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS No. 5 for each specialisation COURSE PREREQUISITES Good knowledge of Italian language, to be tested before starting the course POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All course material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Board and lodging, along with sport facilities and educational material will be provided by the School ITALIAN NAVY

11 SMM 11 COURSE DENOMINATION Refresher and Vocational Training Course for Sergeants Logistics and Administration System support:  Secretaries  Accountants  Cooks of mess and galley COURSE LOCATION Navy Petty Officer School - Taranto COURSE OBJECTIVES The course is aimed at improving the professional skills of the personnel from the Junior Ratings to the Rank Petty Officers 3rd class rate, in order to enable them to carry out the 2nd level tasks of Technicians and/or Maintenance Operators , with the acquisition of:  advanced knowledge of subjects related to their specialisations;  knowledge of equipments’ particular and general elements and their working methods;  conduct of activities in related operational fields (Sustenance Support)  awareness of duties and responsibilities related to their specific role Upon completion of the course, attendees are expected to have acquired:  a deeper knowledge related to their specialisation;  the opportunity to successfully carry out the Higher Specialist Qualification Course;  the awareness of their own role within the military organisation;  good command of military etiquette and adequate individual salute and march training;  improved fitness COURSE CURRICULUM AND SCHEDULE This course includes the following activities:  acquisition of advanced knowledge about specific subjects enabling attendees to carry out efficiently tasks related to respective specialisations;  military training, through an adequate individual salute and march training;  sport activities TYPICAL COURSE DURATION The course consists of two phases for a total of 26 weeks, once a year, generally starting in October/November PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS No. 5 for each specialisation COURSE PREREQUISITES Good knowledge of Italian language, to be tested before starting the course POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All course material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Board and lodging, along with sport facilities and educational material will be provided by the School ITALIAN NAVY

12 SMM 12 COURSE DENOMINATION Refresher and Vocational Training Course for Sergeants Platform System Technicians:  Engine-room Technicians COURSE LOCATION Navy Petty Officer School - La Maddalena COURSE OBJECTIVES The course is aimed at improving the professional skills of the personnel from the Junior Ratings to the Rank Petty Officers 3rd class rate, in order to enable them to carry out the 2nd level tasks of Technicians and/or Maintenance Operators , with the acquisition of:  advanced knowledge of subjects related to their specialisations;  knowledge of equipments’ particular and general elements and their working methods;  conduct of activities in related operational fields (Mobility, Passive Defence)  awareness of duties and responsibilities related to their specific role Upon completion of the course, attendees are expected to have acquired:  a deeper knowledge related to their specialisation;  the awareness of their own role within the military organisation;  good command of military etiquette and adequate individual salute and march training;  improved fitness COURSE CURRICULUM AND SCHEDULE This course includes the following activities:  acquisition of advanced knowledge about specific subjects enabling attendees to carry out efficiently tasks related to respective specialisations;  military training, through an adequate individual salute and march training;  sport activities TYPICAL COURSE DURATION The course consists of two phases for a total of 26 weeks, once a year, generally starting in October/November PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS No. 5 COURSE PREREQUISITES Good knowledge of Italian language, to be assessed prior to the start of the course POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All course material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Board and lodging, along with sport facilities and educational material will be provided by the School ITALIAN NAVY

13 SMM 13 COURSE DENOMINATION Refresher and Vocational Training Course for Sergeants  Seaman COURSE LOCATION Navy Petty Officer School - La Maddalena COURSE OBJECTIVES The course is aimed at improving the professional skills of the personnel from the Junior Ratings to the Rank Petty Officers 3rd class rate, in order to enable them to carry out the 2nd level tasks of Technicians and/or Maintenance Operators, with the acquisition of:  advanced knowledge of subjects related to their specialisations;  knowledge of equipments’ particular and general elements and their working methods;  conduct of activities in related operational fields (Combat, Mobility)  awareness of duties and responsibilities related to their specific role Upon completion of the course, attendees are expected to have acquired:  a deeper knowledge related to their specialisation;  the awareness of their own role within the military organisation;  good command of military etiquette and adequate individual salute and march training;  improved fitness COURSE CURRICULUM AND SCHEDULE This course includes the following activities:  acquisition of advanced knowledge about specific subjects enabling attendees to carry out efficiently tasks related to respective specialisations;  military training, through an adequate individual salute and march training;  sport activities TYPICAL COURSE DURATION The course consists of two phases for a total of 26 weeks, once a year, generally starting in October/November PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS No. 5 COURSE PREREQUISITES Good knowledge of Italian language, to be tested before starting the course POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All course material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Board and lodging, along with sport facilities and educational material will be provided by the School ITALIAN NAVY

14 SMM 14 COURSE DENOMINATION Refresher and Vocational Training Course for Sergeants of the Coast Guard COURSE LOCATION Navy Petty Officer School - La Maddalena COURSE OBJECTIVES The course is aimed at improving the professional skills of the personnel from the Junior Ratings to the Rank Petty Officers 3rd class rate, in order to enable them to carry out the 2nd level tasks of Technicians and/or Maintenance Operators within the Harbour Master’s Offices / Coast Guard Corps, with the acquisition of:  knowledge of equipments’ particular and general elements and their working methods;  awareness of duties and responsibilities related to their specific role Upon completion of the course, attendees are expected to have acquired:  a deeper knowledge related to their specialisation;  the awareness of their own role within the military organisation;  good command of military etiquette and adequate individual salute and march training;  improved fitness COURSE CURRICULUM AND SCHEDULE This course includes the following activities:  acquisition of advanced knowledge about specific subjects enabling attendees to carry out efficiently tasks related to respective specialisations;  military training, through an adequate individual salute and march training;  sport activities TYPICAL COURSE DURATION The course consists of two phases, for a total of 26 weeks, once a year, generally starting in October/November PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS No. 5 COURSE PREREQUISITES Good knowledge of Italian language, to be tested before starting the course POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All course material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Board and lodging, along with sport facilities and educational material will be provided by the School ITALIAN NAVY

15 SMM 15 COURSE DENOMINATION Basic Vocational Training Course for VFP-4 Enlisted personnel (Temporary Service Volunteers) Combat Systems Technicians:  Radar Operators  Telecommunications Operators  Sonar Operators COURSE LOCATION Navy Petty Officer School - Taranto COURSE OBJECTIVES The course is aimed at improving the professional skills of Enlisted personnel, providing them with basic training to carry out the 1st level tasks of Technicians and/or Maintenance Operators, with the acquisition of:  a basic knowledge of subjects related to their specialisations;  knowledge of equipments’ particular and general elements and their working methods;  the ability to conduct basic activities in their operational fields (Combat)  awareness of duties and responsibilities related to their specific role Upon completion of the course, attendees are expected to have acquired:  a deeper knowledge related to their specialisation;  the awareness of their own role within the military organisation;  good command of military etiquette and adequate individual salute and march training;  improved fitness COURSE CURRICULUM AND SCHEDULE This course includes the following activities:  acquisition of advanced knowledge about specific subjects enabling attendees to carry out efficiently tasks related to respective specialisations;  military training, through an adequate individual salute and march training;  specific seamen basic training (‘seamanship’)  knowledge of guidelines on safety and rescue at sea, in accordance with the IMO STWC 95 Convention TYPICAL COURSE DURATION The course, consisting of 26 weeks (two terms per year), is generally held in two sessions: January/July and June/February PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS No. 5 for each specialisation COURSE PREREQUISITES Good knowledge of Italian language, to be tested before starting the course POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All course material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Board and lodging, along with sport facilities and educational material will be provided by the School ITALIAN NAVY

16 SMM 16 COURSE DENOMINATION Basic Vocational Training Course for VFP-4 Enlisted personnel (Temporary Service Volunteers) Combat Systems Technicians:  Electronics Technicians  Torpedo and Naval Ordnance Engineers  Fitters COURSE LOCATION Navy Petty Officer School - Taranto COURSE OBJECTIVES The course is aimed at improving the professional skills of Enlisted personnel, providing them with basic training to carry out the 1st level tasks of Technicians and/or Maintenance Operators, with the acquisition of:  a basic knowledge of subjects related to their specialisations;  knowledge of equipments’ particular and general elements and their working methods;  the ability to conduct basic activities in their operational fields (Combat, Passive Defence)  awareness of duties and responsibilities related to their specific role Upon completion of the course, attendees are expected to have acquired:  a deeper knowledge related to their specialisation;  the awareness of their own role within the military organisation;  good command of military etiquette and adequate individual salute and march training;  improved fitness COURSE CURRICULUM AND SCHEDULE This course includes the following activities:  acquisition of advanced knowledge about specific subjects enabling attendees to carry out efficiently tasks related to respective specialisations;  military training, through an adequate individual salute and march training;  specific seamen basic training (‘seamanship’)  knowledge of guidelines on safety and rescue at sea, in accordance with the IMO STWC 95 Convention TYPICAL COURSE DURATION The course, consisting of 26 weeks (two terms per year), is generally held in two sessions: January/July and June/February PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS No. 5 for each specialisation COURSE PREREQUISITES Good knowledge of Italian language, to be tested before starting the course POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All course material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Board and lodging, along with sport facilities and educational material will be provided by the School ITALIAN NAVY

17 SMM 17 COURSE DENOMINATION Basic Vocational Training Course for VFP-4 Enlisted personnel (Temporary Service Volunteers) Platform System Technicians:  Electricians COURSE LOCATION Navy Petty Officer School - Taranto COURSE OBJECTIVES The course is aimed at improving the professional skills of Enlisted personnel, providing them with basic training to carry out the 1st level tasks of Technicians and/or Maintenance Operators, with the acquisition of:  a basic knowledge of subjects related to their specialisations;  knowledge of equipments’ particular and general elements and their working methods;  the ability to conduct basic activities in their operational fields (Passive Defence, Mobility)  awareness of duties and responsibilities related to their specific role Upon completion of the course, attendees are expected to have acquired:  a deeper knowledge related to their specialisation;  the awareness of their own role within the military organisation;  good command of military etiquette and adequate individual salute and march training;  improved fitness COURSE CURRICULUM AND SCHEDULE This course includes the following activities:  acquisition of advanced knowledge about specific subjects enabling attendees to carry out efficiently tasks related to respective specialisations;  military training, through an adequate individual salute and march training;  specific seamen basic training (‘seamanship’)  knowledge of guidelines on safety and rescue at sea, in accordance with the IMO STWC 95 Convention TYPICAL COURSE DURATION The course, consisting of 26 weeks (two terms per year), is generally held in two sessions: January/July and June/February PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS No. 5 for each specialisation COURSE PREREQUISITES Good knowledge of Italian language, to be tested before starting the course POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All course material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Board and lodging, along with sport facilities and educational material will be provided by the School ITALIAN NAVY

18 SMM 18 COURSE DENOMINATION Basic Vocational Training Course for VFP-4 Enlisted personnel (Temporary Service Volunteers) Logistics and administration system Support:  Secretaries  Accountants  Cooks of mess and galley COURSE LOCATION Navy Petty Officer School - Taranto COURSE OBJECTIVES The course is aimed at improving the professional skills of Enlisted personnel, providing them with basic training to carry out the 1st level tasks of Technicians and/or Maintenance Operators, with the acquisition of:  a basic knowledge of subjects related to their specialisations;  knowledge of equipments’ particular and general elements and their working methods;  the ability to conduct basic activities in their operational fields (Sustenance Support)  awareness of duties and responsibilities related to their specific role Upon completion of the course, attendees are expected to have acquired:  a deeper knowledge related to their specialisation;  the awareness of their own role within the military organisation;  good command of military etiquette and adequate individual salute and march training;  improved fitness COURSE CURRICULUM AND SCHEDULE This course includes the following activities:  acquisition of advanced knowledge about specific subjects enabling attendees to carry out efficiently tasks related to respective specialisations;  military training, through an adequate individual salute and march training;  specific seamen basic training (‘seamanship’)  knowledge of guidelines on safety and rescue at sea, in accordance with the IMO STWC 95 Convention TYPICAL COURSE DURATION The course, consisting of 26 weeks (two terms per year), is generally held in two sessions: January/July and June/February PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS No. 5 for each specialisation COURSE PREREQUISITES Good knowledge of Italian language, to be tested before starting the course POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All course material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Board and lodging, along with sport facilities and educational material will be provided by the School ITALIAN NAVY

19 SMM 19 COURSE DENOMINATION Basic Vocational Training Course for VFP-4 Enlisted personnel (Temporary Service Volunteers): Seamanship and boat handling course COURSE LOCATION Navy Petty Officer School - La Maddalena COURSE OBJECTIVES The course is aimed at improving the professional skills of Enlisted personnel, providing them with basic training to carry out the 1st level tasks of Technicians and/or Maintenance Operators, with the acquisition of:  a basic knowledge of subjects related to their specialisations;  knowledge of equipments’ particular and general elements and their working methods;  the ability to conduct basic activities in their operational fields (Combat, Passive Defence)  awareness of duties and responsibilities related to their specific role Upon completion of the course, attendees are expected to have acquired:  a deeper knowledge related to their specialisation;  the awareness of their own role within the military organisation;  good command of military etiquette and adequate individual salute and march training;  improved fitness COURSE CURRICULUM AND SCHEDULE This course includes the following activities:  acquisition of advanced knowledge about specific subjects enabling attendees to carry out efficiently tasks related to respective specialisations;  military training, through an adequate individual salute and march training;  specific seamen basic training (‘seamanship’)  knowledge of guidelines on safety and rescue at sea, in accordance with the IMO STWC 95 Convention TYPICAL COURSE DURATION The course, consisting of 25 weeks (two terms per year), is generally held in two sessions: January/July and June/February PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS No. 5 COURSE PREREQUISITES Good knowledge of Italian language, to be tested before starting the course POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All course material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Board and lodging, along with sport facilities and educational material will be provided by the School ITALIAN NAVY

20 SMM 20 COURSE DENOMINATION Basic Vocational Training Course for VFP-4 Enlisted personnel (Temporary Service Volunteers) Hull, auxiliary systems and diesel marine engines Platform System Technicians – Maintainer Basic Course COURSE LOCATION Navy Petty Officer School - La Maddalena COURSE OBJECTIVES The course is aimed at improving the professional skills of Enlisted personnel, providing them with basic training to carry out 1st level tasks of Technicians and/or Maintenance Operators, with the acquisition of:  a basic knowledge of subjects related to their specialisations;  knowledge of equipments’ particular and general elements and their working methods;  the ability to conduct basic activities in their operational fields (Mobility, Passive Defence)  awareness of duties and responsibilities related to their specific role Upon completion of the course, attendees are expected to have acquired:  a deeper knowledge related to their specialisation;  the awareness of their own role within the military organisation;  good command of military etiquette and adequate individual salute and march training;  improved fitness COURSE CURRICULUM AND SCHEDULE This course includes the following activities:  acquisition of advanced knowledge about specific subjects enabling attendees to carry out efficiently tasks related to respective specialisations;  military training, through an adequate individual salute and march training;  specific seamen basic training (‘seamanship’) TYPICAL COURSE DURATION The course, consisting of 25 weeks (two terms per year), is generally held in two sessions: January/July and June/February PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS No. 5 COURSE PREREQUISITES Good knowledge of Italian language, to be tested before starting the course POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All course material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Board and lodging, along with sport facilities and educational material will be provided by the School ITALIAN NAVY

21 SMM 21 COURSE DENOMINATION Basic Vocational Training Course for Coast Guard Corps VFP-4 Enlisted personnel (Temporary Service Volunteers) Seamanship and Boat Handling Course COURSE LOCATION Navy Petty Officer School - La Maddalena COURSE OBJECTIVES The course is aimed at improving the professional skills of Enlisted personnel, providing them with basic training to carry out the 1st level tasks of Technicians and/or Maintenance Operators, with the acquisition of:  a basic knowledge of subjects related to their specialisations;  knowledge of equipments’ particular and general elements and their working methods;  awareness of duties and responsibilities related to their specific role Upon completion of the course, attendees are expected to have acquired:  a deeper knowledge related to their specialisation;  the awareness of their own role within the military organisation;  good command of military etiquette and adequate individual salute and march training;  improved fitness COURSE CURRICULUM AND SCHEDULE This course includes the following activities:  acquisition of advanced knowledge about specific subjects enabling attendees to carry out efficiently tasks related to respective specialisations;  military training, through an adequate individual salute and march training;  specific seamen basic training (‘seamanship’)  knowledge of guidelines on safety and rescue at sea, in accordance with the IMO STWC 95 Convention TYPICAL COURSE DURATION The course, consisting of 25 weeks (two terms per year), is generally held in two sessions: January/July and June/February PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS No. 5 COURSE PREREQUISITES Good knowledge of Italian language, to be tested before starting the course POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All course material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Board and lodging, along with sport facilities and educational material will be provided by the School ITALIAN NAVY

22 SMM 22 COURSE DENOMINATION Naval Command and Offshore Patrol Boat Qualification Course for (Foreign) Armed Forces P.O.s COURSE LOCATION Navy Petty Officer School - La Maddalena COURSE OBJECTIVES The course is aimed at:  improving the theoretic/practical skills as well as basic technical knowledge, in order to enable attendees to command deep-sea vessels’ (without no distance restrictions off coasts) and to fulfil the required tasks;  improving the theoretic/practical knowledge already acquired by attendees during previous courses.

COURSE CURRICULUM AND SCHEDULE This course generally lasts 10 weeks, including:  9 weeks for teaching activities;  1 week for final examinations. During the nine-week technical/professional training, the following subjects will be dealt with:  Deep-sea vessels sailing;  Nautical Science/Meteorology;  Knowledge of naval building;  Communications  Professional maritime knowledge (Navigation Laws/Maritime Legal Police Procedures) TYPICAL COURSE DURATION The course, consisting of 10 weeks, is generally held in May PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS No. 5 (unless courses are envisaged only for foreign attendees) COURSE PREREQUISITES Good knowledge of Italian language, to be tested before starting the course. Naval Command and Coastal Patrol Boat qualification required POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All course material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Board and lodging along with educational material will be provided by the School ITALIAN NAVY

23 SMM 23 COURSE DENOMINATION Naval Command and Offshore Patrol Boat Qualification Course for Foreign Police Corps P.O.s COURSE LOCATION Navy Petty Officer School - La Maddalena COURSE OBJECTIVES The course is aimed at:  improving the theoretic/practical skills as well as basic technical knowledge, in order to enable attendees to command deep-sea vessels’ (without no distance restrictions off coasts) and to fulfil the required tasks; COURSE CURRICULUM AND SCHEDULE The whole course consists in 19 weeks devoted to teaching activities + 3 weeks for examinations. It is held in two phases; during the first one the following subjects are dealt with:  deep-sea vessel sailing;  nautical science/meteorology;  elements of naval building and equipment on board, fitting and manoeuvring;  professional maritime knowledge Upon completion of this first phase, attendees will be tested in order to pass to the 2nd level.

The 2nd phase of the course is aimed at improving and broadening the knowledge of:  deep-sea vessel sailing;  nautical science/meteorology,  professional skills;  communications;  engines TYPICAL COURSE DURATION The course, consisting of 22 weeks, is generally held in May PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS No. 5 COURSE PREREQUISITES Good knowledge of Italian language, to be tested before starting the course POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All course material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Board and lodging along with educational material will be provided by the School ITALIAN NAVY

24 SMM 24 COURSE DENOMINATION Qualifying Course for the operation of Endothermic Engines up to 1000HP for Foreign Police/Armed Forces P.O.s COURSE LOCATION Navy Petty Officer School - La Maddalena COURSE OBJECTIVES The course is aimed at improving attendees’ basic technical knowledge, in order to enable them to oil-motor vessel sailing, and providing them with the required skills for the maintenance and sailing of main equipment/engines. COURSE CURRICULUM AND SCHEDULE The whole course lasts 12 weeks, including teaching activities and 1 week for examinations.

TYPICAL COURSE DURATION The course, consisting of 13 weeks, is generally held in April. PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS No. 5 COURSE PREREQUISITES Good knowledge of Italian language, to be tested before starting the course POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All course material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Board and lodging along with educational material will be provided by the School. ITALIAN NAVY

25 SMM 25 COURSE DENOMINATION Qualifying Course for the operation of Endothermic Engines up to 2400 Kw COURSE LOCATION Navy Petty Officer School - La Maddalena COURSE OBJECTIVES The course is aimed at improving attendees’ basic technical knowledge, in order to enable them to oil-motor vessel sailing, and providing them with the required skills for the maintenance and sailing of main equipment/engines. COURSE CURRICULUM AND SCHEDULE The course lasts 8 weeks + 1 week for examinations. TYPICAL COURSE DURATION The whole course, consisting of 9 weeks, is generally held in May. PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS No. 5 COURSE PREREQUISITES Good knowledge of the Italian language, to be tested before starting the course. Previous knowledge of the subjects dealt with is required POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES No restrictions, as subjects dealt with are NOT CLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Board and lodging, along with educational material will be provided by the School ITALIAN NAVY

26 SMM 26 COURSE DENOMINATION Naval Command and Coastal Patrol Boat Qualifying Course for Police/Armed Forces P.O.s COURSE LOCATION Navy Petty Officer School - La Maddalena COURSE OBJECTIVES The course is aimed at improving the basic technical knowledge in order to enable attendees at:  improving the theoretic/practical skills and a basic technical knowledge in order to enable attendees to the coastal units’ command and to the required tasks’ fulfilment. . COURSE CURRICULUM AND SCHEDULE The whole course lasts 11 weeks devoted to improving technical/professional skills, through the examination of the following subjects:  coastal unit sailing;  nautical science/meteorology;  elements of naval building and equipment on board, fitting and manoeuvring;  navigation laws;  communications;  maritime exercises. 1 week for examinations TYPICAL COURSE DURATION The course, consisting of 12 weeks, is generally held in September PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS No. 5 COURSE PREREQUISITES Good knowledge of Italian language, to be tested before starting the related course POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES No restrictions, as subjects dealt with are NOT CLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Board and lodging, along with educational material will be provided by the School ITALIAN NAVY

27 SMM 27 COURSE DENOMINATION Qualifying Course on Rubber Inflatable Boats Handling for foreign Enlisted Personnel COURSE LOCATION Navy Petty Officer School - La Maddalena COURSE OBJECTIVES The course is aimed at providing attendees with the qualification for sailing naval small boats within 12 nm off the coast or the mother ship, and with the basic first aid elements COURSE CURRICULUM AND SCHEDULE The whole course consists of :  a three-week 1st phase, including the final written examination in ‘Engines’ and ‘First Aid Intervention’:  a two-week 2nd phase, including the practical final examination in ‘Small Unit Sailing and Maintenance’ TYPICAL COURSE DURATION 5 weeks, taking place generally in May PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS No. 5 COURSE PREREQUISITES A good knowledge of Italian language, to be tested before starting the related course POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES No restrictions, as subjects dealt with are NOT CLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Board and lodging, along with educational material will be provided by the School ITALIAN NAVY

28 SMM 28 COURSE DENOMINATION Vocational Training Course for Foreign Personnel (Seamanship Course) COURSE LOCATION Navy Petty Officer School - La Maddalena COURSE OBJECTIVES The course is aimed at proving attendees with the basic qualification for carrying out the 1st level tasks of Technicians/Maintenance Operators within their operational fields. COURSE CURRICULUM AND SCHEDULE The whole course consists of :  10 weeks devoted to teaching activities;  1 week for preparing final examinations;  1 week for taking examinations During this professional course, the following technical subjects will be dealt with:  nautical science/Meteorology/communications;  fitting and manoeuvring;  engines knowledge;  navigation laws knowledge;  first aid;  English language proficiency (optional) TYPICAL COURSE DURATION 12 weeks PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS Min. 3 - Max 20 COURSE PREREQUISITES Good knowledge of the Italian language, to be tested before starting the course POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES No restrictions, as subjects dealt with are NOT CLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Board and lodging, along with educational material will be provided by the School ITALIAN NAVY

29 SMM 29 COURSE DENOMINATION Vocational Training Course for Foreign Personnel: Technician Engineers COURSE LOCATION Navy Petty Officer School - La Maddalena COURSE OBJECTIVES The course is aimed at proving attendees with the basic qualification for carrying out the 1st level tasks of Technicians/Maintenance Operators within their operational fields. COURSE CURRICULUM AND SCHEDULE The whole course consists of : 10 weeks devoted to teaching activities; 1 week for preparing final examinations; 1 week for taking examinations During this professional course, the following technical subjects will be dealt with:  shipboard equipment and systems (theoretical and practical training)  engines (practical training);  engines  technology  English language (optional) TYPICAL COURSE DURATION 12 weeks PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS Min 3 - Max 20 COURSE PREREQUISITES Good knowledge of the Italian language, to be tested before starting the course POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES No restrictions, as subjects dealt with are NOT CLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Board and lodging, along with educational material will be provided by the School ITALIAN NAVY

30 SMM 30 COURSE DENOMINATION Vocational Training Course for Foreign Naval Personnel/Technicians  Electricians  Data Processing Operators;  Electronic Technicians COURSE LOCATION Navy Petty Officer School - Taranto COURSE OBJECTIVES The course is aimed at improving the professional skills of Enlisted personnel, providing them with basic training to carry out 1st level tasks of Technicians and/or Maintenance Operators, with the acquisition of:  a basic knowledge of subjects related to their specialisations;  knowledge of equipments’ particular and general elements and their working methods;  the ability to conduct activities at intermediate level in their operational fields (Mobility, and equipment technical management)  awareness of duties and responsibilities related to their specific role Upon completion of the course, attendees are expected to have acquired:  a deeper knowledge related to their specialisation;  the awareness of their own role within the military organisation;  good command of military etiquette and adequate individual salute and march training;  improved fitness COURSE CURRICULUM AND SCHEDULE This course generally consists in the following activities:  acquisition of advanced knowledge about related to grade/specializations enabling attending personnel to carry out efficiently their tasks.

TYPICAL COURSE DURATION 12 weeks, in one single session PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS Min 5 - Max 24 COURSE PREREQUISITES Good knowledge of the Italian language, to be tested before starting the course POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES No restrictions, as subjects dealt with are UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Board and lodging, along with sport facilities and educational material will be provided by the School ITALIAN NAVY

31 SMM 31 COURSE DENOMINATION Vocational Training Course for Foreign Naval Personnel Operational Technicians:  Radar Operators;  Telecommunications Operators;  Weapon Operators COURSE LOCATION Navy Petty Officer School - Taranto COURSE OBJECTIVES The course is aimed at improving the professional skills of Enlisted personnel, providing them with basic training to carry out 1st level tasks of Technicians and/or Maintenance Operators, with the acquisition of:  a basic knowledge of subjects related to their specialisations;  knowledge of equipments’ particular and general elements and their working methods;  the ability to conduct activities at intermediate level in their operational fields (Mobility, and equipment technical management)  awareness of duties and responsibilities related to their specific role Upon completion of the course, attendees are expected to have acquired:  a deeper knowledge related to their specialisation;  the awareness of their own role within the military organisation;  good command of military etiquette and adequate individual salute and march training;  improved fitness COURSE CURRICULUM AND SCHEDULE This course generally consists in the following activities:  acquisition of advanced knowledge about related to grade/specializations enabling attending personnel to carry out efficiently their tasks.

TYPICAL COURSE DURATION 12 weeks, in one single session PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS Min 4 places - Max 24 COURSE PREREQUISITES Good knowledge of the Italian language, to be tested before starting the course POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES No restrictions, as subjects dealt with are UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Board and lodging, along with sport facilities and educational material will be provided by the School ITALIAN NAVY

32 SMM 32 COURSE DENOMINATION Safety Course for Foreign Naval Personnel COURSE LOCATION Air-Sea Training Centre - Taranto COURSE OBJECTIVES Introduction to the following subjects: 1. Firefighting procedures and techniques; 2. damage control procedures and techniques; 3. response procedures to NBC events; 4. elements on shipboard security COURSE CURRICULUM - 1st w eek: Basic firefighting course (41 periods); - 2nd week: Advanced shipboard safety and security course, with a focus on damage control procedures and techniques; - 3rd week - Mon-Wed: introductory/practical NBC3 course on NBC risks and use of Personal Protection Devices; - 3rd week - Thur-Fri: Advanced firefighting course, with a particular focus on the organisation of shipboard safety and security. TYPICAL COURSE DURATION 3 weeks; scheduled start date: June PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS N. 20 COURSE PREREQUISITES Good knowledge of the Italian language, to be tested before starting the course BOARD & LODGING  Board & lodging provided  Attendees are required to wear suitable footwear and fire retardant coveralls, as provided by accident prevention legislation ITALIAN NAVY

33 SMM 33 COURSE DENOMINATION Maritime Domain Awareness COURSE LOCATION Air-Sea Training Centre - Taranto COURSE OBJECTIVES  Basic introduction to Maritime Domain Awareness doctrine  Basic introduction to computer and internet usage;  Basic introduction to International maritime laws;  Basic introduction to tools and international initiatives used to increase Maritime Situational Awareness. COURSE CURRICULUM Lectures on both theory and practical application TYPICAL COURSE DURATION 5-7 working days (7 days required for higher proficiency in software use) PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS Max 15 COURSE PREREQUISITES Good knowledge of the Italian language, to be tested before starting the course BOARD & LODGING Board & lodging provided ITALIAN NAVY

34 SMM 34 COURSE DENOMINATION Force Protection Officer COURSE LOCATION Air-Sea Training Centre - Taranto COURSE OBJECTIVES The course is aimed at providing basic theoretical and practical knowledge to adequately carry out Force Protection Officer duties onboard naval units. COURSE CURRICULUM The course is held at the Air-Sea Training Centre and envisages Force Protection theory and practical application. As part of course instruction, attendees will become proficient in basic first aid. At the end of the course there will be a final exam on Force Protection theory TYPICAL COURSE DURATION 1 week – (41 Class periods) PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS N. 15 COURSE PREREQUISITES - Good knowledge of the English language; - Good physical condition and fitness BOARD & LODGING Board & lodging provided ITALIAN NAVY

35 SMM 35 COURSE DENOMINATION Radar use and Automatic Processing Radar Systems Training Course COURSE LOCATION Air-Sea Training Centre - Taranto COURSE OBJECTIVES The course is aimed at providing the theoretic and practical knowledge required to successfully fulfil Shipboard Radar Operator duties COURSE CURRICULUM (1) Radar use, including: - aid to navigation; - collision avoidance; - target acquisition (2) Determine relative motion at sea (3) Plain sailing, with special focus on: - position at sea - characteristics of navigational charts - chart preparation/track planning - use of international signals and codes at sea -calculation of elements of motion at sea (set, drift, etc); - use of nautical charts and relevant publications. TYPICAL COURSE DURATION 2 weeks (10 class days) Presumable period: June PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS Max 7 COURSE PREREQUISITES Good knowledge of the Italian language, to be tested before starting the course BOARD & LODGING Board & lodging provided ITALIAN NAVY

36 SMM 36 COURSE DENOMINATION ASW Tactics COURSE LOCATION Air-Sea Training Centre - Taranto COURSE OBJECTIVES Providing general training on ASW Tactics to adequately serve as an Anti- Submarine Warfare Officer. COURSE CURRICULUM Classroom lectures (Power Point presentations) TYPICAL COURSE DURATION 7 class days PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS N. 10 (Officers) COURSE PREREQUISITES  Good knowledge of the Italian language, to be tested before starting the course  Officers on operational assignments BOARD & LODGING Board & lodging provided ITALIAN NAVY

37 SMM 37 COURSE DENOMINATION GMDSS Qualification Course for Maritime Rescue Communications Operators COURSE LOCATION Air-Sea Training Centre - Taranto COURSE OBJECTIVES The course provides the necessary knowledge and training on the GMDSS (Global Maritime Distress and Safety System) rescue communications system, in accordance with SOLAS international regulations. The course is specifically designed to train officers to adequately and autonomously carry out the following tasks: - complying with international regulations and communication procedures according to SOLAS current regulation, for the safety and security of human life at sea; - operating the main systems of the GMDSS simulator, certified according to the STCW/95 regulations.

COURSE CURRICULUM The course is held at the Air-Sea Training Centre and envisages both traditional classroom theoretic training and practical application, using the GMDSS simulator. At the end of the course there is a written exam. TYPICAL COURSE DURATION 2 weeks (10 working days) PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS N. 12 COURSE PREREQUISITES - Good knowledge of the Italian language; - basic knowledge of English language; - basic knowledge of physics and atmosphere (as for electromagnetic waves propagation); - basic knowledge of the phonic alphabet and main international radio- telephonic procedures BOARD & LODGING Board & lodging provided ITALIAN NAVY

38 SMM 38 COURSE DENOMINATION Accuracy Navigation Course COURSE LOCATION Air-Sea Training Centre - Taranto COURSE OBJECTIVES Training officers in planning and execution of Accuracy Navigation in accordance with current standards and regulation. COURSE CURRICULUM The course takes place at the Air-Sea Training Centre and envisages both traditional classroom theoretic training and practical application, using the naval simulator. Attendees conduct navigation exercises in both normal (VISUAL) and abnormal (BLIND) weather conditions. At the end of the course, there is a written exam and practical simulation assessment. TYPICAL COURSE DURATION 2 weeks (10 days of classroom lectures) PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS Max 12 COURSE PREREQUISITES  Good knowledge of the Italian language, to be tested before starting the course;  qualification on bridge watchstanding, including complex kinetic manoeuvres and operations (flight operations, anti-aircraft manoeuvres, anti-torpedo manoeuvres, etc.);  good knowledge of tides and currents BOARD & LODGING Board & lodging provided ITALIAN NAVY

39 SMM 39 COURSE DENOMINATION Naval Tactics Qualification Course COURSE LOCATION Air-Sea Training Centre - Taranto COURSE OBJECTIVES  Providing knowledge of naval doctrine and tactics required to effectively carry out the functions of Officer of the Deck, Information Systems Department Head, & Weapons Department Head;  providing the knowledge required to compile and validate important messages regarding air and sea operations;  training on the use of Support Systems Command in a limited capacity. COURSE CURRICULUM Theoretic and practical classroom lectures TYPICAL COURSE DURATION 9 weeks (September-November) PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS Max 3 COURSE PREREQUISITES  Good knowledge of the Italian language, to be tested before starting the course;  Required Security Clearance: NATO CONFIDENTIAL BOARD & LODGING Board & lodging provided ITALIAN NAVY

40 SMM 40 COURSE DENOMINATION Naval Tactics Qualification Course COURSE LOCATION Air-Sea Training Centre - Taranto COURSE OBJECTIVES  Providing and improving the knowledge and skills required to perform Watch Officer tasks onboard a naval unit;  providing the knowledge required to fulfil the task of Operations Officer onboard a naval unit. COURSE CURRICULUM Theoretic and practical classroom lectures TYPICAL COURSE DURATION 9 weeks (September-November) PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS Max 3 COURSE PREREQUISITES  Good knowledge of the Italian language, to be tested before starting the course;  Required Security Clearance: NATO CONFIDENTIAL BOARD & LODGING Board & lodging provided ITALIAN NAVY

41 SMM 41 COURSE DENOMINATION Amphibious Officer Qualification Course COURSE LOCATION San Marco Marine Brigade – Caorle Battalion (Brindisi) COURSE OBJECTIVES Providing advanced training for amphibious combat officers (LT), focusing on aspects related to leadership, command and control, operational planning, decision-making and expeditionary operations COURSE CURRICULUM The course will cover the following subjects:  war theory and the nature of war;  command and control;  field operations, expeditionary operations;  leadership and command responsibilities. The course includes several educational visits and conferences aimed at providing attendees with a deeper technical and operational knowledge. Attendees will also have the opportunity to visit historical amphibious battles sites.

TYPICAL COURSE DURATION 25 weeks PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS Min 2 - Max 5 COURSE PREREQUISITES Good knowledge of the Italian language, to be tested before starting the course POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All course material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Board & lodging provided ITALIAN NAVY

42 SMM 42 COURSE DENOMINATION Operational Amphibious Qualification Course for Captains COURSE LOCATION San Marco Marine Brigade – Caorle Battalion (Brindisi) COURSE OBJECTIVES Training attendees to lead units (platoons, teams, sub-units) for the conduct of amphibious combat operations. COURSE CURRICULUM The course will cover the following subjects: • amphibious training; • topography; • individual combat training; • ground combat; • weapons training; • physical conditioning; • identification of explosive devices; • CBRN basics; • RTF procedures; • TLC equipment; • first aid training; • helicopter training; • rock climbing; • self-defence TYPICAL COURSE DURATION 23 weeks PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS Min 2 – Max 10 COURSE PREREQUISITES Good knowledge of the Italian language, to be tested before starting the course POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All course material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Board & lodging available onsite ITALIAN NAVY

43 SMM 43 COURSE DENOMINATION Combat Medic Course COURSE LOCATION San Marco Marine Brigade – Caorle Battalion (Brindisi) COURSE OBJECTIVES Training attendees (naval doctors and/or nurses) to medically treat and aid injured/traumatized personnel in high-risk combat environment, in accordance with NATO medical doctrine. COURSE CURRICULUM The course will cover the following subjects:  amphibious training;  topography;  individual combat training;  weapons training;  physical conditioning;  identification of explosive devices;  CBRN basics;  RTF procedures;  TLC equipment;  medical training;  helicopter training TYPICAL COURSE DURATION 4 weeks PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS Min 6 – Max 12 COURSE PREREQUISITES Good knowledge of the Italian language, to be tested before starting the course POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All course material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Board & lodging available onsite ITALIAN NAVY

44 SMM 44 COURSE DENOMINATION Small Boat Masters Course COURSE LOCATION San Marco Marine Brigade – Caorle Battalion (Brindisi) COURSE OBJECTIVES Training attendees to operate small boats (RHIBs) during amphibious operations. COURSE CURRICULUM The course will cover the following subjects:  amphibious training;  RTF procedures;  TLC equipment;  naval science;  amphibious doctrine. TYPICAL COURSE DURATION 4 weeks PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS Min 2 – Max 10 COURSE PREREQUISITES Good knowledge of the Italian language, to be tested before starting the course POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All course material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Board & lodging available onsite ITALIAN NAVY

45 SMM 45 COURSE DENOMINATION RECON Qualification Course COURSE LOCATION San Marco Marine Brigade – Caorle Battalion (Brindisi) COURSE OBJECTIVES Training attendees to conduct special operations within amphibious operations. The course at the ‘Caorle’ Battalion is a preliminary phase (Land) of a training period in which attendees also get Clearance Diver & Paratrooper qualifications COURSE CURRICULUM The course will cover the following subjects: • amphibious training; • topography: • ground combat; • weapons training; • physical conditioning; • identification of explosive devices; • CBRN basics; • RTF procedures; • TLC equipment; • first aid training; • helicopter training • naval science; • fire support. TYPICAL COURSE DURATION 18 weeks PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS Min 2 – Max 10 COURSE PREREQUISITES Good knowledge of the Italian language, to be tested before starting the course POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All course material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Board & lodging available onsite ITALIAN NAVY

46 SMM 46 COURSE DENOMINATION Fire Support Supervisor Course (OFS/JFO) COURSE LOCATION San Marco Marine Brigade – Caorle Battalion (Brindisi) COURSE OBJECTIVES Providing knowledge and training on fire support and qualification for the request, adjustment and direction of surface fire (air, land and sea) COURSE CURRICULUM The course will cover the following subjects: • topography; • FCT-PTG SAOV; • RTF procedures; • TLC equipment; • helicopter training; • amphibious doctrine; • FSCC; • laser handling training; • early warning methods TYPICAL COURSE DURATION 8 weeks PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS Min 5 – Max 10 COURSE PREREQUISITES Good knowledge of the Italian language, to be tested before starting the course POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All course material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Board & lodging available onsite ITALIAN NAVY

47 SMM 47 COURSE DENOMINATION Vocational Training and Amphibious Qualification Course for VFP-4 Enlisted personnel (Temporary Service Volunteers) San Marco Marine Riflemen COURSE LOCATION San Marco Marine Brigade – Caorle Battalion (Brindisi) COURSE OBJECTIVES Training attendees (enlisted personnel) to operate within small units in amphibious operations COURSE CURRICULUM The course is divided into: • 1st phase (12 weeks) • 2nd phase (11 weeks) The course will cover the following subjects: • amphibious training; • topography; • individual combat training; • ground combat; • weapons training; • physical conditioning; • identification of explosive devices; • CBRN basics; • RTF procedures; • TLC equipment; • first aid training; • helicopter training; • rock climbing; • self-defence TYPICAL COURSE DURATION 23 weeks PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS Min 8 – Max 24 COURSE PREREQUISITES Good knowledge of the Italian language, to be tested before starting the course POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All course material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Board & lodging available onsite ITALIAN NAVY

48 SMM 48 COURSE DENOMINATION Qualification Course on Installation Defence COURSE LOCATION San Marco Marine Brigade – Caorle Battalion (Brindisi) COURSE OBJECTIVES Qualifying attendees for the surveillance and defence of military installations COURSE CURRICULUM The course is divided into two phases, each one of 2 weeks. The course will cover the following subjects:  ground combat;  weapons employment;  CBRN basics;  RTF procedures;  TLC equipment;  medical training;  battlefield engineering;  installation defence;  regulations TYPICAL COURSE DURATION 4 weeks PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS Min 8 - Max 24 COURSE PREREQUISITES Good knowledge of the Italian language, to be tested before starting the course POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All course material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Board & lodging available onsite ITALIAN NAVY

49 SMM 49 COURSE DENOMINATION Qualification Course on Installation Defence for Officers/Chief Petty Officers COURSE LOCATION San Marco Marine Brigade – Caorle Battalion (Brindisi) COURSE OBJECTIVES Qualifying attendees for the surveillance and defence of military installations COURSE CURRICULUM The course is divided into two phases, each one of 2 weeks. The course will cover the following subjects:  ground combat;  weapons employment;  CBRN basics;  RTF procedures;  TLC equipment;  medical training;  battlefield engineering;  installation defence;  regulations TYPICAL COURSE DURATION 4 weeks PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS Min 8 - Max 24 COURSE PREREQUISITES Good knowledge of the Italian language, to be tested before starting the course POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All course material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Board & lodging available onsite ITALIAN NAVY

50 SMM 50 COURSE DENOMINATION Submarine Training Course for COs & Watch Officers COURSE LOCATION Submarine Training Centre - Taranto COURSE OBJECTIVES Providing attendees with basic knowledge of tactics and the capability of coordinating conventional undersea warfare operations. COURSE CURRICULUM The following basic subjects will be dealt with: - underwater electroacoustics (theoretic principles); - coordination of underwater safety diving, passive tracking, & periscope depth operations (basic theory & practical simulator training) At the end of the course there is final simulator assessment and a written exam TYPICAL COURSE DURATION 3 weeks PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS Min 3 – Max 5 COURSE PREREQUISITES Good knowledge of the Italian language, to be tested before starting the course POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES TBD on a case-by-case basis BOARD & LODGING Lunch available at the facility canteen Lodging availability at military facilities TBD ITALIAN NAVY

51 SMM 51 COURSE DENOMINATION DISSUB Survival Course COURSE LOCATION Submarine Training Centre - Taranto COURSE OBJECTIVES Training attendees on emergency management procedures in DISSUB scenarios COURSE CURRICULUM Course Outlook 4 days of theory 1 day of practical application using air lock chamber simulators and pool Training Subjects - initial actions; - survival in DISSUB; - advice to the Senior Survivor - outside rescue; - food rationing; - preparation of the escape hatch; - reporting position modes; - control of internal atmosphere; - survival at sea TYPICAL COURSE DURATION 1 week PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS Max 7 COURSE PREREQUISITES Good knowledge of the Italian language, to be tested before starting the course POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All course material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Lunch available at the facility canteen Lodging availability at military facilities TBD ITALIAN NAVY

52 SMM 52 COURSE DENOMINATION Fire-fighting and Damage Control Techniques on Submarines COURSE LOCATION Submarine Training Centre - Taranto COURSE OBJECTIVES Training attendees on damage control procedures onboard submarines COURSE CURRICULUM Course Outlook 1 week of theory 2 days of practical application simulating fire/flooding scenarios on MM systems 2 days of practical application simulating diving operations using SAURO TODARO MM Training subjects - fires onboard submarines; - fire fighting systems and procedures at sea and in port; - fixed and mobile fire- fighting systems; - fire alarm systems; - non-breathable atmosphere: equipment for breathing in polluted environment and atmosphere control; - flooding onboard submarines; - damage control systems and procedures at sea and in port; - emergency dewatering procedures; - internal communication networks TYPICAL COURSE DURATION 2 weeks PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS Min 3 – Max 5 COURSE PREREQUISITES Good knowledge of the Italian language, to be tested before starting the course POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All course material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Lunch available at the facility canteen Lodging availability at military facilities TBD ITALIAN NAVY

53 SMM 53 COURSE DENOMINATION Refuelling Reagents for Fuel Cells COURSE LOCATION Submarine Training Centre - Taranto COURSE OBJECTIVES Providing basic knowledge on safety procedures and principles for refuelling reagents to AIP submarines fuel cells COURSE CURRICULUM Course Outlook 4 days of theory, using CBT 1 day of practical application Training Subjects - Air-Independent Propulsion (AIP) system; - introduction to fuel cells; - refuelling systems; - reagents risk sheets; - elements of accident prevention; - refuelling methods; - refuelling stations TYPICAL COURSE DURATION 1 week PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS Min 3 – Max 5 COURSE PREREQUISITES Good knowledge of the Italian language, to be tested before starting the course POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All course material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Lunch available at the facility canteen Lodging availability at military facilities TBD ITALIAN NAVY

54 SMM 54 COURSE DENOMINATION Use of Passive Sonars in Target Detection and Tracking COURSE LOCATION Submarine Training Centre - Taranto COURSE OBJECTIVES Providing theoretical and practical knowledge required to use Passive Sonars for the detection and tracking of surface targets and divers COURSE CURRICULUM - One week of theory, with practical examples: - main types of Passive Sonars (cylindrical / spherical arrays, linear arrays and PRS); - beamforming and signal processing techniques; - types of receivers (broadband, narrowband and DEMON); - Target Motion Analysis (TMA) techniques; - practical examples TYPICAL COURSE DURATION 2 weeks PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS Min 5 – Max 10 COURSE PREREQUISITES Good knowledge of the Italian language, to be tested before starting the course.

POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All course material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Lunch available at the facility canteen Lodging availability at military facilities TBD ITALIAN NAVY

55 SMM 55 COURSE DENOMINATION NATO SW CMM MCM EXPERT Operators Course – Planning and Assessment COURSE LOCATION Mine Warfare Training Centre Mine Countermeasure & Auxiliary Forces HQ - La Spezia COURSE OBJECTIVES Providing attendees with basic knowledge to operate MCM EXPERT software for planning and evaluating, as part of CMM staff onboard vessels and ashore. COURSE CURRICULUM The course consists of lectures based on MP (Multinational Publication) NATO publications, and includes planning exercises to be conducted using the MCM EXPERT software.

The programme consists in 3 phases: - introduction to the software (capabilities and limitations); - description of folders and worksheets; - financial planning exercises TYPICAL COURSE DURATION The course takes place over 5 working days. Course start date is TBD PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS Min 6 – Max 15 COURSE PREREQUISITES  Good knowledge of the Italian language, to be tested before starting the course  Good knowledge of MCM regulations POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Check availability at the facility logistic command, once course participation is confirmed ITALIAN NAVY

56 SMM 56 COURSE DENOMINATION Fire Prevention Basic Course (A.I.R.) COURSE LOCATION Mine Warfare Training Centre Mine Countermeasures & Auxiliaries HQ - La Spezia COURSE OBJECTIVES Providing basic knowledge of onboard fire-fighting techniques, and relevant training. COURSE CURRICULUM The course consists of lectures based on publications containing passive defence regulations, and includes an applicative phase to be conducted at the La Spezia Security Centre. The programme consists in 3 phases: - description of fires and fighting modes; - description of A.I. equipment; - fire drill; - final test TYPICAL COURSE DURATION The course takes place over 3 working days. Course start date is TBD PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS Min 15 – Max 30 COURSE PREREQUISITES Good knowledge of the Italian language, to be tested before starting the course POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Check availability at the facility logistic command, once course participation is confirmed ITALIAN NAVY

57 SMM 57 COURSE DENOMINATION Flooding Prevention Basic Course COURSE LOCATION Mine Warfare Training Centre Mine Countermeasures & Auxiliaries HQ - La Spezia COURSE OBJECTIVES Providing basic knowledge of onboard damage control techniques, and relevant training. COURSE CURRICULUM The course consists of lectures based on publications containing passive defence regulations, and includes an applicative phase to be conducted at the La Spezia Security Centre. The programme consists in 3 phases: - description of floodings and fighting modes; - description of flooding prevention equipment; - introduction to vessel stability; - shoring and pipe patching practical exam; - final test TYPICAL COURSE DURATION The course takes place over 3 working days. Course start date is TBD PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS Min M10 – Max 20 COURSE PREREQUISITES Good knowledge of the Italian language, to be tested before starting the course POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Check availability at the facility logistic command, once course participation is confirmed ITALIAN NAVY

58 SMM 58 COURSE DENOMINATION Mine Countermeasures Basic Course COURSE LOCATION Mine Warfare Training Centre Mine Countermeasures & Auxiliaries HQ - La Spezia COURSE OBJECTIVES Providing attendees with the basic knowledge required to fulfil CMM staff duties onboard vessels or ashore. COURSE CURRICULUM The course consists of lectures based on MP (Multinational Publication) NATO publications The programme consists in 4 phases: - principles of naval mine warfare; - elements of naval mines; - mine countermeasures; - tactical aspects of mine countermeasures TYPICAL COURSE DURATION The course takes place over 4 working days. Course start date is TBD PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS Min 6 – Max 15 COURSE PREREQUISITES Good knowledge of the Italian language, to be tested before starting the course POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Check availability at the facility logistic command, once course participation is confirmed ITALIAN NAVY

59 SMM 59 COURSE DENOMINATION AUV REMUS Operation Course COURSE LOCATION Mine Warfare Training Centre Mine Countermeasures & Auxiliaries HQ - La Spezia COURSE OBJECTIVES Training attendees for the operation and maintenance of the REMUS Autonomous Vehicle. COURSE CURRICULUM The course consists of classroom lectures based on technical publications published by the HYDROID company, and includes an applicative phase to be conducted operating the REMUS autonomous vehicle. The programme consists in 5 phases: - introduction to the System; - description of the system components; - system operation; - maintenance basics; - practical activity TYPICAL COURSE DURATION The course takes place over 2 complete weeks. Course start date is TBD PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS Min 2 – Max 6 COURSE PREREQUISITES Good knowledge of the Italian language, to be tested before starting the course POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Check availability at the facility logistic command, once course participation is confirmed ITALIAN NAVY

60 SMM 60 COURSE DENOMINATION PLUTO Class Wire-Guided Vehicles Operation Course COURSE LOCATION Mine Warfare Training Centre Mine Countermeasures & Auxiliaries HQ - La Spezia COURSE OBJECTIVES Training attendees for the operation and maintenance of PLUTO Class wire- guided vehicles COURSE CURRICULUM The course consists of lectures based on technical publications published by the GAYMARINE company, and includes an applicative phase to be conducted operating PLUTO Class wire-guided vehicle. The programme consists in 5 phases: - introduction to the System; - description of the system components; - system operation; - maintenance basics; - practical activity TYPICAL COURSE DURATION The course takes place over 5 working days. Course start date is TBD PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS Min 6 – Max 15 COURSE PREREQUISITES Good knowledge of the Italian language, to be tested before starting the course POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Check availability at the facility logistic command, once course participation is confirmed ITALIAN NAVY

61 SMM 61 COURSE DENOMINATION AB-212- Helicopter/Aircraft Specialist Course (SSP/TM/SAER) COURSE LOCATION Navy Helicopter Station MARISTAELI CATANIA – Training Centre COURSE OBJECTIVES The Helicopter Technical Specialist Course envisages both theoretic and practical training, in order to provide the knowledge and skills required for the attainment of the Military Helicopter/Aircraft Specialist Licence (SAER). The Course intends to train technicians to perform relevant functions within operational Units.

COURSE CURRICULUM The programme includes both theoretic and practical activities, aimed at providing knowledge and developing capabilities required for the operation and maintenance of systems and equipments. During the training course, attendees are also required (on pain of interruption) to get a ditching certification (at the Maristaeli Catania ‘Dilbert Dunker’, or alternatively Maristaeli Luni ‘Helo Dunker’ facilities), otherwise they cannot complete the course. Educational/Training activities: 3 working weeks. General Subjects: Flight safety, Equipment, Aerodynamics, Gas turbines (theory), Aircraft Hydraulics and Plant Engineering, Aircraft Technology and Materials, Electrical Engineering, Military Aviation Regulations, Technical and Logistic Regulations, Basics of Digital Techniques, Avionics, Basics of Integrated Logistic Support (ILS), Non-destructive testing (NDT).

Specific Topics: PT61 Turbine, Structure, Flight Control Systems, Basic Avionics and related Engineering instructions, Avionics Systems Practical activities (to be carried out at the Italian Navy Helicopter Squadrons): 4 months (about 16 weeks). TYPICAL COURSE DURATION The Course consists in three phases, covering a period of approximately 46 working weeks. PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS Max 10 COURSE PREREQUISITES Military ranks: Navy Marshals – Sergeants – Troop Certified Flying Medical Category POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All. Course material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Depending on the number of Italian participants, foreign attendees may be entitled (upon request) to accommodation within the military facilities (en- suite bedroom).

It is possible to have meals at the facility canteen (open every day for lunch and dinner, even on holydays, upon reservation). Board & lodging will be charged to fee-paying attendees. ITALIAN NAVY

62 SMM 62 COURSE DENOMINATION AB-212 - Helicopter/Aircraft Specialist Conversion Course (SP/TM/SAER) COURSE LOCATION Navy Helicopter Station MARISTAELI CATANIA – Training Centre COURSE OBJECTIVES The Mechanical Technicians Conversion Course envisages both theoretic and practical training for already qualified personnel, in order to provide the knowledge and skills required for the attainment of the Military Helicopter/Aircraft Specialist Licence (SAER). The Course intends to train technicians to perform relevant functions within operational Units. COURSE CURRICULUM The programme includes both theoretic and practical activities, aimed at providing knowledge and developing capabilities required for the operation and maintenance of systems and equipments. Educational/Training activities: 13 working weeks. Specific Topics: PT61 Turbine, Structure, Flight Control Systems, Basic Avionics and related Engineering instructions Avionics Systems Educational visits to the hangar of the 2nd Helicopter Group Use of the AB 212 ASW maintenance simulator. Practical activities (to be carried out at the Italian Navy Helicopter Squadrons): 4 months (about 16 weeks).

TYPICAL COURSE DURATION The Course consists in two phases, covering a period of approximately 29 working weeks. PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS Max 10 COURSE PREREQUISITES Qualification as Aircraft Technician POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All Course material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Depending on the number of Italian participants, foreign attendees may be entitled (upon request) to accommodation within the military facilities (en- suite bedroom). It is possible to have meals at the facility canteen (open every day for lunch and dinner, even on holydays, upon reservation).

Board & lodging will be charged to fee-paying attendees. ITALIAN NAVY

63 SMM 63 COURSE DENOMINATION AB-212 -Helicopter Electronics Technician Training Course (TSC/ETE/TAER) COURSE LOCATION Navy Helicopter Station MARISTAELI CATANIA – Training Centre COURSE OBJECTIVES Providing basic knowledge of specific aeronautical subjects. Providing basics of the operation of systems, fittings and equipment, as well as practical capabilities for the execution of inspections, checks and regulations aimed at getting the Helicopter Specialist Licence. The Course intends to train technicians to perform relevant functions within operational Units. COURSE CURRICULUM During the training course, attendees are also required (on pain of interruption) to get a ditching certification (at the Maristaeli Catania ‘Dilbert Dunker’, or alternatively Maristaeli Luni ‘Helo Dunker’ facilities), otherwise they cannot complete the course.

Educational/Training activities: 35 working weeks. General Subjects:  Flight Safety - Equipment  Aerodynamics  Electrical Engineering  Radio-wave propagation – Radar techniques  Basics of Radio-engineering  Avionics  Non-destructive testing (NDT)  Military Aviation Regulations  Technical and Logistic Regulations  Basics of Aircraft Hydraulics and Plant Engineering  Basics of Integrated Logistic Support (ILS)  Aircraft Technology and Materials Specific Topics:  Structure, and Flight Control Systems  Basic Avionics  Avionics Systems  Mission System  PT61 Turbine Practical activities (to be carried out at the Italian Navy Helicopter Squadrons): 4 months (about 16 weeks).

TYPICAL COURSE DURATION The Course consists in three phases, covering a period of approximately 51 working weeks. PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS Max 10 COURSE PREREQUISITES Military ranks: Navy Marshals – Sergeants – Troop (Combat System Technicians/Electronic Technicians with certified Flying Medical Category) POLICY REGARDING NON- NATO COUNTRIES Adequate security clearance certificate ITALIAN NAVY

64 BOARD & LODGING Depending on the number of Italian participants, foreign attendees may be entitled (upon request) to accommodation within the military facilities (en- suite bedroom). It is possible to have meals at the facility canteen (open every day for lunch and dinner, even on holydays, upon reservation). Board & lodging will be charged to fee-paying attendees.

65 SMM 64 COURSE DENOMINATION AB-212 - Helicopter Electronic Technician Conversion Course (TSC/ETE/TAER) COURSE LOCATION Navy Helicopter Station MARISTAELI CATANIA – Training Centre COURSE OBJECTIVES This course is aimed at providing attendees with the basic knowledge required to operate specific electromechanical systems, fittings and equipment of the AB212 ASW helicopter, along with the practical skills required for the execution of inspections, checks and regulations aimed at getting a qualification as Helicopter Maintenance Technician.

This course is targeted to personnel already qualified on another type of helicopter COURSE CURRICULUM The following subjects/activities will be dealt with and carried out: Educational/Training Activities - 524 periods (18 working weeks)  Structure, and Flight Control Systems  Basic Avionics  Avionics Systems  Mission System  PT61 Turbine  Visits in hangar  Maintenance simulator Practical Activities - 464 periods (16 working weeks)  Electronic workshop  Hangar activities (at the 2nd Italian Navy Helicopter Squadron) TYPICAL COURSE DURATION The Course consists in two phases, covering a period of approximately 34 working weeks.

PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS To be defined COURSE PREREQUISITES Military ranks: Navy Marshals – Sergeants – Troop, already qualified as Electronic Technicians on another type of Helicopter (TSC/ETE/TAER) POLICY REGARDING NON- NATO COUNTRIES Adequate security clearance certificate. BOARD & LODGING Depending on the number of Italian participants, foreign attendees may be entitled (upon request) to accommodation within the military facilities (en-suite bedroom). It is possible to have meals at the facility canteen (open every day for lunch and dinner, even on holydays, upon reservation).

Board & lodging will be charged to fee-paying attendees. ITALIAN NAVY

66 SMM 65 COURSE DENOMINATION AB-212 - Aviation Warfare Systems Operator Conversion Course (SSC/RD/OV – SSC/ECG/OV) COURSE LOCATION Navy Helicopter Station MARISTAELI CATANIA – Training Centre COURSE OBJECTIVES This course is targeted to personnel already qualified on another type of helicopter. The course envisages both theoretic and practical training, in order to provide attendees with the knowledge and skills required for the attainment of the Helicopter Specialist - Aviation Warfare Systems Operator Licence. Trainees will acquire the capabilities to operate sensors and systems on AB 212 ASW Helicopters of the Italian Navy, both autonomously and in coordination with the crew.

COURSE CURRICULUM The following subjects/activities will be dealt with and carried out: AB 212 ASW Helicopter: 380 periods (13 weeks) • Introduction to the helicopter • Avionics • Aircraft electrical systems and flight instruments, ASE AATH • AQS 13 Bs Sonar • SMA MM APS 705 Radar • SMA MM APS 705 Vs 32 Radar • FLIR Star Safire II • General and Underwater Acoustics • Radar/Sonar Trainer TYPICAL COURSE DURATION The Course lasts approximately 13 weeks. PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS Course for Aviation Warfare Systems Operators already qualified on another class/type of Helicopter.

COURSE PREREQUISITES Good knowledge of the Italian language, to be tested before starting the course POLICY REGARDING NON- NATO COUNTRIES Adequate security clearance certificate. BOARD & LODGING Depending on the number of Italian participants, foreign attendees may be entitled (upon request) to accommodation within the military facilities (en- suite bedroom). It is possible to have meals at the facility canteen (open every day for lunch and dinner, even on holydays, upon reservation). Board & lodging will be charged to fee-paying attendees. ITALIAN NAVY

67 SMM 66 COURSE DENOMINATION SH-90 Helicopter/Aircraft Specialist Training Course - (TM/SAER) COURSE LOCATION Navy Helicopter Station MARISTAELI CATANIA – Training Centre COURSE OBJECTIVES The course envisages both theoretic and practical training, in order to provide attendees with the knowledge and skills required for the attainment of the Helicopter/Aircraft Specialist Licence (SAER). The Course intends to train technicians to perform relevant functions within operational Units, with 1st , and later in their career, 2nd and 3rd level technical capabilities. Attendees are expected to acquire: - basic theoretical knowledge of specific aeronautical subjects; - basic knowledge of specific systems, fittings and equipment, along with the practical skills required for the execution of inspections, checks and regulations aimed at getting the Helicopter Specialist Licence.

COURSE CURRICULUM The Helicopter Specialist Training Course for Mechanical Technicians consists of educational/training activities aimed at providing knowledge and developing the necessary capabilities to perform technical tasks related to the operation of systems and equipment. It envisages periodical assessments and three exam sessions (two mid-term and a final). TYPICAL COURSE DURATION The Course consists of three phases, and last approximately 49 weeks PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS To be defined upon request. COURSE PREREQUISITES  Good knowledge of the Italian language, to be tested before starting the Course;  basic knowledge of the English language, to be tested before starting the Course POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All Course material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Depending on the number of Italian participants, foreign attendees may be entitled (upon request) to accommodation within the military facilities (en- suite bedroom).

It is possible to have meals at the facility canteen (open every day for lunch and dinner, even on holydays, upon reservation). Board & lodging will be charged to fee-paying attendees. ITALIAN NAVY

68 SMM 67 COURSE DENOMINATION SH-90 Helicopter Specialist Conversion Course (TM/SAER) COURSE LOCATION Navy Helicopter Station MARISTAELI CATANIA – Training Centre COURSE OBJECTIVES The Helicopter Specialist Conversion Course is aimed at providing attendees with SH 90 type-conversion training, while maintaining the specific tasks already acquired by virtue of the current qualification. The Course intends to train technicians to perform relevant functions within operational Units, with 1st , and later in their career, 2nd and 3rd level technical capabilities. Attendees are expected to acquire basic knowledge to operate specific systems, fittings and equipment, along with the practical skills required for the execution of inspections, checks and regulations, in order to be able to operate on the SH90 Helicopter.

COURSE CURRICULUM This Course consists of educational/training activities aimed at providing knowledge and developing the necessary capabilities to perform technical tasks related to the operation of systems and equipment. It envisages periodical assessments and three exam sessions (two mid-term and a final). TYPICAL COURSE DURATION The Course, consisting of three phases, lasts approximately 32 working weeks PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS To be defined upon request. COURSE PREREQUISITES  Good knowledge of the Italian language, to be tested before starting the Course;  basic knowledge of the English language, to be tested before starting the Course POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All Course material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Depending on the number of Italian participants, foreign attendees may be entitled (upon request) to accommodation within the military facilities (en- suite bedroom).

It is possible to have meals at the facility canteen (open every day for lunch and dinner, even on holydays, upon reservation). Board & lodging will be charged to fee-paying attendees. ITALIAN NAVY

69 SMM 68 COURSE DENOMINATION SH-90 Helicopter Specialist/Aircraft Engineer Training Course (ETE/TAER) COURSE LOCATION Navy Helicopter Station MARISTAELI CATANIA – Training Centre COURSE OBJECTIVES The Helicopter Specialist Training Course envisages both theoretic and practical training, in order to provide attendees with the knowledge and skills required for the attainment of the Helicopter Specialist/Aircraft Engineer Licence (TAER). The Course intends to train technicians to perform relevant functions within operational Units, with 1st , and later in their career, 2nd and 3rd level technical capabilities. Attendees are expected to acquire: - basic theoretical knowledge of specific aeronautical subjects; - basic knowledge of specific systems, fittings and equipment, along with the practical skills required for the execution of inspections, checks and regulations aimed at getting the Helicopter Specialist Licence. COURSE CURRICULUM The Helicopter Specialist Training Course for Electronic Technicians (TSC/ETE/TAER) consists of educational/training activities aimed at providing knowledge and developing the necessary capabilities to perform technical tasks related to the operation of systems and equipment.

It envisages periodical assessments and three exam sessions (two mid-term and a final).. TYPICAL COURSE DURATION  The Course, consisting of three phases, lasts approximately 49 working weeks PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS To be defined upon request. COURSE PREREQUISITES  Good knowledge of the Italian language, to be tested before starting the Course;  basic knowledge of the English language, to be tested before starting the Course POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All Course material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Depending on the number of Italian participants, foreign attendees may be entitled (upon request) to accommodation within the military facilities (en- suite bedroom).

It is possible to have meals at the facility canteen (open every day for lunch and dinner, even on holydays, upon reservation). Board & lodging will be charged to fee-paying attendees. ITALIAN NAVY

70 SMM 69 COURSE DENOMINATION SH-90 Helicopter Specialist Conversion Course (ETE/TAER) COURSE LOCATION Navy Helicopter Station MARISTAELI CATANIA – Training Centre COURSE OBJECTIVES The Helicopter Specialist Conversion Course is aimed at providing attendees with SH 90 type-conversion training, while maintaining the specific tasks already acquired by virtue of the current qualification. The Course intends to train technicians to perform relevant functions within operational Units, with 1st , and later in their career, 2nd and 3rd level technical capabilities. Attendees are expected to acquire basic knowledge to operate specific electromechanical systems, fittings and equipment, along with the practical skills required for the execution of inspections, checks and regulations, in order to be able to operate on the SH90 Helicopter.

COURSE CURRICULUM This Course consists of educational/training activities aimed at providing knowledge and developing the necessary capabilities to perform technical tasks related to the operation of systems and equipment. It envisages periodical assessments and three exam sessions (two mid-term and a final).. TYPICAL COURSE DURATION The Course, consisting of three phases, lasts approximately 32 working weeks PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS To be defined upon request. COURSE PREREQUISITES  Good knowledge of the Italian language, to be tested before starting the Course;  basic knowledge of the English language, to be tested before starting the Course POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All Course material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Depending on the number of Italian participants, foreign attendees may be entitled (upon request) to accommodation within the military facilities (en- suite bedroom).

It is possible to have meals at the facility canteen (open every day for lunch and dinner, even on holydays, upon reservation). Board & lodging will be charged to fee-paying attendees. ITALIAN NAVY

71 SMM 70 COURSE DENOMINATION SH-90 Helicopter Specialist Conversion Course (ECG-RD/OV) COURSE LOCATION Navy Helicopter Station MARISTAELI CATANIA – Training Centre COURSE OBJECTIVES The Helicopter Specialist Conversion Course is aimed at providing attendees with SH 90 type-conversion training, while maintaining the specific tasks already acquired by virtue of the current qualification. The Course intends to provide Mission System Operators with the necessary capabilities to operate sensors and systems on SH-90 Helicopters of the Italian Navy, both autonomously and in coordination with the crew. COURSE CURRICULUM This Course consists of educational/training activities aimed at providing knowledge and developing the necessary capabilities to perform technical tasks related to the operation of systems and equipment.

It envisages periodical assessments and three exam sessions (two mid-term and a final).. TYPICAL COURSE DURATION The Course, consisting of two phases, lasts approximately 10 working weeks PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS To be defined upon request. COURSE PREREQUISITES  Good knowledge of the Italian language, to be tested before starting the Course;  basic knowledge of the English language, to be tested before starting the Course POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All Course material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Depending on the number of Italian participants, foreign attendees may be entitled (upon request) to accommodation within the military facilities (en- suite bedroom).

It is possible to have meals at the facility canteen (open every day for lunch and dinner, even on holydays, upon reservation). Board & lodging will be charged to fee-paying attendees. ITALIAN NAVY

72 SMM 71 COURSE DENOMINATION EH -101 Helicopter Specialist Training Course (TM/SAER) COURSE LOCATION Navy Helicopter Station MARISTAELI CATANIA – Training Centre COURSE OBJECTIVES The Helicopter Specialist Training Course envisages both theoretic and practical training, in order to provide attendees with the knowledge and skills required for the attainment of the Helicopter/Aircraft Specialist Licence (TAER). The Course intends to train technicians to perform relevant functions within operational Units, with 1st , and later in their career, 2nd and 3rd level technical capabilities. Attendees are expected to acquire: - basic theoretical knowledge of specific aeronautical subjects; - basic knowledge of specific systems, fittings and equipment, along with the practical skills required for the execution of inspections, checks and regulations aimed at getting the Helicopter Specialist Licence.

COURSE CURRICULUM The Helicopter Specialist Training Course (SSP/TM/SAER) for Mechanical Technicians consists of educational/training activities aimed at providing knowledge and developing the necessary capabilities to perform technical tasks related to the operation of systems and equipment. It envisages periodical assessments and three exam sessions (two mid- term and a final). TYPICAL COURSE DURATION The Course, consisting of three phases, covers a period of approximately 56 working weeks PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS To be defined upon request. COURSE PREREQUISITES  Good knowledge of the Italian language, to be tested before starting the Course;  basic knowledge of the English language, to be tested before starting the Course POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All Course material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Depending on the number of Italian participants, foreign attendees may be entitled (upon request) to accommodation within the military facilities (en- suite bedroom).

It is possible to have meals at the facility canteen (open every day for lunch and dinner, even on holydays, upon reservation). Board & lodging will be charged to fee-paying attendees. ITALIAN NAVY

73 SMM 72 COURSE DENOMINATION EH-101 Helicopter Specialist Conversion Course (TM/SAER) COURSE LOCATION Navy Helicopter Station MARISTAELI CATANIA – Training Centre COURSE OBJECTIVES The Helicopter Specialist Conversion Course is aimed at providing attendees with EH-101 type-conversion training. The Course intends to train technicians to perform relevant functions within operational Units, with 1st level technical capabilities. Attendees are expected to acquire basic knowledge to operate specific systems, fittings and equipment of the EH-101, along with the practical skills required for the execution of inspections, checks and regulations (1st and 2nd technical level), aimed at getting a qualification as Helicopter Maintenance Technician. COURSE CURRICULUM The Helicopter Specialist Conversion Course (SSP/TM/SAER), consists of educational/training activities aimed at providing attendees with EH-101 type-conversion training, while maintaining the specific tasks already acquired by virtue of the current qualification. It envisages periodical assessments and a final exam session. TYPICAL COURSE DURATION The Course consists of two phases, theoretical and applicative, covering a period of approximately 39 working weeks.

PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS To be defined upon request. COURSE PREREQUISITES  Good knowledge of the Italian language, to be tested before starting the Course;  basic knowledge of the English language, to be tested before starting the Course POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All Course material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Depending on the number of Italian participants, foreign attendees may be entitled (upon request) to accommodation within the military facilities (en-suite bedroom). It is possible to have meals at the facility canteen (open every day for lunch and dinner, even on holydays, upon reservation). Board & lodging will be charged to fee-paying attendees. ITALIAN NAVY

74 SMM 73 COURSE DENOMINATION EH-101 Helicopter Specialist Training Course (TSC/ETE/TAER) COURSE LOCATION Navy Helicopter Station MARISTAELI CATANIA – Training Centre COURSE OBJECTIVES The Course envisages both theoretic and practical training, in order to provide attendees with the knowledge and skills required for the attainment of the Helicopter/Aircraft Specialist Licence (TAER). The Course intends to train technicians to perform relevant functions within operational Units, with 1st level technical capabilities. Attendees are expected to acquire: - basic theoretical knowledge of specific aeronautical subjects; - basic knowledge of specific systems, fittings and equipment, along with the practical skills required for the execution of inspections, checks and regulations aimed at getting the Helicopter Specialist Licence.

COURSE CURRICULUM The Helicopter Specialist Training Course (TSC/ETE/TAER) consists of educational/training activities aimed at providing knowledge and developing the necessary capabilities to perform technical tasks related to the operation of systems and equipment. It envisages periodical assessments and three exam sessions (two mid-term and a final). TYPICAL COURSE DURATION The Course, consisting of three phases, covers a period of approximately 58 working weeks PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS To be defined upon request. COURSE PREREQUISITES  Good knowledge of the Italian language, to be tested before starting the Course;  basic knowledge of the English language, to be tested before starting the Course  adequate security clearance certificate POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All Course material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Depending on the number of Italian participants, foreign attendees may be entitled (upon request) to accommodation within the military facilities (en-suite bedroom).

It is possible to have meals at the facility canteen (open every day for lunch and dinner, even on holydays, upon reservation). Board & lodging will be charged to fee-paying attendees. ITALIAN NAVY

75 SMM 74 COURSE DENOMINATION EH-101 Helicopter Specialist Conversion Course (TSC/ETE/TAER) COURSE LOCATION Navy Helicopter Station MARISTAELI CATANIA – Training Centre COURSE OBJECTIVES The Helicopter Specialist Conversion Course is aimed at providing attendees with EH-101 type-conversion training. The Course intends to train technicians to perform relevant functions within operational Units, with 1st level technical capabilities. Attendees are expected to acquire basic knowledge to operate specific systems, fittings and equipment of the EH-101, along with the practical skills required for the execution of inspections, checks and regulations (1st and 2nd technical level), aimed at getting a qualification as Helicopter Maintenance Technician.

COURSE CURRICULUM The Helicopter Specialist Conversion Course (TSC/ETE/TAER), consists of educational/training activities aimed at providing attendees with EH-101 type-conversion training, while maintaining the specific tasks already acquired by virtue of the current qualification. It envisages periodical assessments and two exam sessions (mid-term and final). TYPICAL COURSE DURATION The Course consists of two phases, theoretical and applicative, covering a period of approximately 41 working weeks. PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS To be defined upon request. COURSE PREREQUISITES  Good knowledge of the Italian language, to be tested before starting the Course;  basic knowledge of the English language, to be tested before starting the Course  adequate security clearance certificate POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All Course material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Depending on the number of Italian participants, foreign attendees may be entitled (upon request) to accommodation within the military facilities (en- suite bedroom).

It is possible to have meals at the facility canteen (open every day for lunch and dinner, even on holydays, upon reservation). Board & lodging will be charged to fee-paying attendees. ITALIAN NAVY

76 SMM 75 COURSE DENOMINATION Theoretical Conversion Course for EH-101 Mission System Operators COURSE LOCATION Navy Helicopter Station MARISTAELI CATANIA – Training Centre COURSE OBJECTIVES The Theoretical Conversion Course for EH-101 Mission System Operators is aimed at providing attendees with EH-101 type-conversion training. The Course shall provide basic knowledge of the operation of EH-101 specific equipment and systems, as well as practical skills for the operation of sensors and equipment on board.

Attendees are expected to acquire knowledge and skills required to fulfil specialised tasks related to Mission System operation, both autonomously and in coordination with the crew. COURSE CURRICULUM The Course consists of educational/training activities aimed at providing attendees with EH-101 type-conversion training, while maintaining the specific tasks already acquired by virtue of the current qualification. It envisages periodical assessments and a final exam session. TYPICAL COURSE DURATION The Course, consisting of a single theoretical phase, covers a period of approximately 13 working weeks.

PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS To be defined upon request. COURSE PREREQUISITES  Good knowledge of the Italian language, to be tested before starting the Course;  basic knowledge of the English language, to be tested before starting the Course  adequate security clearance certificate POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All Course material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Depending on the number of Italian participants, foreign attendees may be entitled (upon request) to accommodation within the military facilities (en- suite bedroom).

It is possible to have meals at the facility canteen (open every day for lunch and dinner, even on holydays, upon reservation). Board & lodging will be charged to fee-paying attendees. ITALIAN NAVY

77 SMM 76 COURSE DENOMINATION Helicopter/Aircraft Specialist Training Course (TSC/MSA/TAER) Course COURSE LOCATION Navy Helicopter Station MARISTAELI CATANIA – Training Centre COURSE OBJECTIVES The Course envisages both theoretic and practical training, in order to provide attendees with the knowledge and skills required for the attainment of the Helicopter Specialist/Aircraft Engineering Licence (TAER). This Course is preparatory for conversion to vertical take-off aircraft. It intends to train technicians to perform specialised tasks in terms of:  management of the logistics section of an aircraft department;  installation of armaments on board Italian Navy aircraft. COURSE CURRICULUM The Course consists of three phases: basic, theoretic and applicative. The general syllabus essentially aims at:  providing basic theoretical knowledge of specific aeronautics topics;  providing basic knowledge of inventory management of aeronautical materials, consumables, fuels and lubricants, as well as of weapon systems. TYPICAL COURSE DURATION The Course consists of two sessions per year, starting tentatively in May and November, with a total duration of 739 teaching periods, amounting to about 25 working weeks, distributed as follows:  educational/training activities: 16 working weeks;  practical activities at Squadrons/Warehouses: 2 months (approximately 9 weeks).

PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS To be defined upon request. COURSE PREREQUISITES  Good knowledge of the Italian language, to be tested before starting the Course;  adequate security clearance certificate POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All Course material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Depending on the number of Italian participants, foreign attendees may be entitled (upon request) to accommodation within the military facilities (en- suite bedroom). It is possible to have meals at the facility canteen (open every day for lunch and dinner, even on holydays, upon reservation).

Board & lodging will be charged to fee-paying attendees. ITALIAN NAVY

78 SMM 77 COURSE DENOMINATION Helicopter Specialist/Aircraft Engineer Training Course for Engineer Officers ( TC/AER) COURSE LOCATION Navy Helicopter Station MARISTAELI CATANIA – Training Centre COURSE OBJECTIVES The Course is aimed at providing attendees with the knowledge and skills required for the attainment of the Military Helicopter Specialist/Aircraft Engineer Licence, enabling them to perform their tasks as military Aircraft Maintenance Officers. Attendees are expected to acquire the theoretical knowledge and practical skills required to perform technical/logistics duties related to the operation and maintenance of Italian Navy Aircraft, and related weapon systems and equipment.

COURSE CURRICULUM The Course consists of three phases: basic, theoretic and applicative. Basic Phase introduction to all the necessary modules/subjects preparatory to the subsequent theoretical training, including theory of turbines, flight safety, aerodynamics, etc.; Theoretical Phase including three types of training: specific Cell, Power Plant and Avionics Systems of the aircraft at issue; Applicative Phase consolidation of the theoretical knowledge acquired for aircraft technical management, through training sessions within Squadrons Technical Departments . TYPICAL COURSE DURATION The Course consists of two sessions per year. The length of the theoretical phase varies depending of the number of Type Ratings attended. The basic part is common to all Type Ratings.  Basic Phase: 12 weeks  Theoretical (Type Rating) Phase: 7 weeks for each aircraft type.  Applicative Phase (at Squadrons) 6 months (24 weeks). PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS To be defined upon request. COURSE PREREQUISITES  Good knowledge of the Italian language, to be tested before starting the Course;  basic knowledge of the English language, to be tested before starting the Course  adequate security clearance certificate POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All Course material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Depending on the number of Italian participants, foreign attendees may be entitled (upon request) to accommodation within the military facilities (en- suite bedroom).

It is possible to have meals at the facility canteen (open every day for lunch and dinner, even on holydays, upon reservation). Board & lodging will be charged to fee-paying attendees. ITALIAN NAVY

79 SMM 78 COURSE DENOMINATION Ditching and Water Survival Training Course COURSE LOCATION Navy Helicopter Station MARISTAELI CATANIA – Training Centre Navy Helicopter Station MARISTAELI LUNI – Training Centre COURSE OBJECTIVES The Course is aimed at training attendees to reach high levels of psychomotor skills to successfully face ditching and water survival emergencies in facing a real life ditching. At the end of the training Course, each attendee will be required to execute three dunker rides using various underwater emergency egress techniques. Successful completion results in a Ditching and Water Survival certification.

COURSE CURRICULUM This theoretical and practical Course intends to provide the following skills/capabilities:  swimming and underwater breath-holding training certificate  emergency escape breathing devices training certificate  Ditching and Water Survival (Dilbert Dunker training certificate) TYPICAL COURSE DURATION The Course lasts one week. Frequency: Virtually once a week, except when the facility is closed for maintenance (August) PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS To be defined upon request. COURSE PREREQUISITES Good knowledge of the Italian language, to be tested before starting the Course POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All Course material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Depending on the number of Italian participants, foreign attendees may be entitled (upon request) to accommodation within the military facilities (en- suite bedroom).

It is possible to have meals at the facility canteen (open every day for lunch and dinner, even on holydays, upon reservation). Board & lodging will be charged to fee-paying attendees. ITALIAN NAVY

80 SMM 79 COURSE DENOMINATION Night Vision Goggle (NVG) Basic Theoretical Training Course COURSE LOCATION Navy Helicopter Station MARISTAELI CATANIA – Training Centre Navy Helicopter Station MARISTAELI LUNI – Training Centre Navy Helicopter Station MARISTAER GROTTAGLIE – Training Centre COURSE OBJECTIVES  This Course intends to provide Pilots and Aviation Warfare Systems Operators, with theoretical training for the acquisition of knowledge and skills required for the use of Night Vision Goggles (NVG). Attendees are expected to acquire theoretical knowledge for the use of NVGs, enabling takeoff/landing from airports, landing areas, helipads and other areas deemed suitable by the relevant Command, and overland navigation/transfer at an altitude of no less than 500 ft AGL, except during landing phases. Minimum altitude over the sea is 200 ft ASL. Lower altitude is allowed for shipwreck rescue, hovering and dip, in accordance with current regulations and standard operational procedures.

COURSE CURRICULUM The general syllabus includes the following topics: use of NVGs; anatomy and physiology of the human eye; flight safety in Night Vision Goggle operations, etc.. TYPICAL COURSE DURATION This theoretical phase of the training programme consists of 12 lesson periods. PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS To be defined upon request. COURSE PREREQUISITES  Good knowledge of the Italian and/or English language, to be tested before starting the Course.  LCR Basic Qualification for Pilots and LCR SA Sup for Aviation Warfare Systems Operators POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All Course material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Depending on the number of Italian participants, foreign attendees may be entitled (upon request) to accommodation within the military facilities (en- suite bedroom).

It is possible to have meals at the facility canteen (open every day for lunch and dinner, even on holydays, upon reservation). Board & lodging will be charged to fee-paying attendees. ITALIAN NAVY

81 SMM 80 COURSE DENOMINATION Night Vision Goggle (NVG) Basic Practical Training Course COURSE LOCATION Navy Helicopter Station MARISTAELI LUNI – Training Centre COURSE OBJECTIVES  This Course intends to provide Pilots and Aviation Warfare Systems Operators, with practical training for the acquisition of knowledge and skills required for the use of Night Vision Goggles (NVG). Attendees are expected to acquire practical knowledge for the use of NVGs, enabling takeoff/landing from airports, landing areas, helipads and other areas deemed suitable by the relevant Command, and overland navigation/transfer at an altitude of no less than 500 ft AGL, except during landing phases. Minimum altitude over the sea is 200 ft ASL. Lower altitude is allowed for shipwreck rescue, hovering and dip, in accordance with current regulations and standard operational procedures. COURSE CURRICULUM The NVG Practical Course consists of a representative training module which illustrates the use of Night Vision Goggles, and includes a written examination session, at the end of the theoretical phase, which attendees are required to pass in order to access the practical stage. The practical phase consists of 5 flight missions including check flight. The Course also envisages the possibility of conducting practical missions at the EH-101-Full Crew Mission Simulator (FCMS), at MARISTAELI LUNI.

TYPICAL COURSE DURATION The Course, consists of two phases, has a total length of about one working week Didactical activities have a duration:  Practice phase 5 flight missions (1 week) PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS To be defined upon request. COURSE PREREQUISITES  Good knowledge of the Italian and/or English language, to be tested before starting the Course.  Successful completion of the NVG Theoretical Course  Qualification for Pilots: Limited Combat Ready (LCR)  Qualification for Mission System Operators: Limited Combat Ready/Surface Air Supervisor (LCR SA/Sup) POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All Course material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Depending on the number of Italian participants, foreign attendees may be entitled (upon request) to accommodation within the military facilities (en-suite bedroom).

It is possible to have meals at the facility canteen (open every day for lunch and dinner, even on holydays, upon reservation). Board & lodging will be charged to fee-paying attendees. ITALIAN NAVY

82 SMM 81 COURSE DENOMINATION EH-101 Full Crew Mission Simulator for Pilots and System Operators COURSE LOCATION Navy Helicopter Station MARISTAELI LUNI – Training Centre COURSE OBJECTIVES The Course is aimed at providing attendees with EH-101 type-conversion, along with basic theoretical and practical knowledge for the use of helicopter sensors. The Course should enable: • Pilots to fly the aircraft in day/ night VFR, IFR and formation flying. • System Operators to acquire skills required to use the Italian Navy EH- 101 sensors and equipment both autonomously and in coordination with the crew.

COURSE CURRICULUM - The Pilots Course consists of three phases introduced by theoretical indoctrination (at MARISTAELI CATANIA) for a total of about 32 Simulator Missions to be executed at the FCMS Simulator (at MARISTAELI LUNI) out of a planned total of 49. For pilots coming from another Italian Navy flight line, the program envisages 16 Simulator FCMS Missions out of a planned total of 26. - The Operators System Course consists of a period of practical training introduced by theoretical indoctrination (at MARISTAELI CATANIA) including a total of about 34 Simulator Missions to be executed at the FCMS Simulator (at MARISTAELI LUNI).

TYPICAL COURSE DURATION The Course duration depends on the number of participants . PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS To be defined upon request. COURSE PREREQUISITES  Good knowledge of the Italian and/or English language, to be tested before starting the Course;  successful completion of the EH-101 Theoretical stage for both Pilot/and System Operators. POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All Course material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Depending on the number of Italian participants, foreign attendees may be entitled (upon request) to accommodation within the military facilities (en-suite bedroom).

It is possible to have meals at the facility canteen (open every day for lunch and dinner, even on holydays, upon reservation). Board & lodging will be charged to fee-paying attendees. ITALIAN NAVY

83 SMM 82 COURSE DENOMINATION Undersea and Hyperbaric Physiopathology Qualification Course for Petty Officers (Corpsmen) COURSE LOCATION Operational Raiders & Divers Group HQ (COMSUBIN)’TESEO TESEI’- Le Grazie (LA SPEZIA) COURSE OBJECTIVES Through both theoretical and practical application training, attendees will become proficient in undersea medicine and hyperbaric treatments, in order to recognize and treat diving medical emergencies.. Upon completion of the Course, attendees are expected to be able to: - provide medical assistance during diving activities; - provide medical assistance during hyperbaric oxygen therapy for decompression illnesses; - endure over-pressurized environments up to a depth of 50 metres. COURSE CURRICULUM The theoretical and practical phases of the training programme will take place at COMSUBIN, at neighbouring land and sea firing ranges, on naval ships or in other areas suitable for the Course activities. Attendees will undergo specific endurance training in a compression chamber to acquire the capability to operate in over-pressurized environments.

TYPICAL COURSE DURATION 8 Weeks – One session per year PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS 4-6 (depending on the number of Italian attendees) COURSE PREREQUISITES  Good knowledge of the Italian language (Level B1) to be tested before starting the Course;  excellent command of medical terminology;  good command of submarine technical terminology;  medical fitness, to be previously assessed in the country of origin, and to be later confirmed by the Italian military health service in accordance with current regulations, before starting the Course;  health screening certificates;  health insurance;  outfit required: tracksuit, camouflage battle dress, waterproof boots, waterproof coveralls, standard dress uniform, white medical coat. POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All Course material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Board & Lodging available onsite. Accommodation at La Spezia Naval Base. Lunch at the Operational Raiders & Divers Group facilities (COMSUBIN). Dinner at La Spezia Naval Base.

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84 SMM 83 COURSE DENOMINATION Undersea and Hyperbaric Medicine Qualification Course for Medical Officers COURSE LOCATION Operational Raiders & Divers Group HQ (COMSUBIN)’TESEO TESEI’- Le Grazie (LA SPEZIA) COURSE OBJECTIVES Through both theoretical and practical application training, attendees will become proficient in undersea medicine and hyperbaric treatments, in order to recognize and treat diving medical emergencies.. Upon completion of the Course, attendees are expected to be able to: - provide medical assistance during diving activities; - provide medical assistance during hyperbaric oxygen therapy for decompression illnesses; - endure over-pressurized environments up to a depth of 50 metres. COURSE CURRICULUM The theoretical and practical phases of the training programme will take place at COMSUBIN, at neighbouring land and sea firing ranges, on naval ships or in other areas suitable for the Course activities. Attendees will undergo specific endurance training in a compression chamber to acquire the capability to operate in over-pressurized environments.

TYPICAL COURSE DURATION 9 weeks – One session per year PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS N. 3 COURSE PREREQUISITES  Good knowledge of the Italian language (Level B1) to be tested before starting the Course;  excellent command of medical terminology;  good command of submarine technical terminology;  medical fitness, to be previously assessed in the country of origin, and to be later confirmed by the Italian military health service in accordance with current regulations, before starting the Course;  health screening certificates;  health insurance;  outfit required: coveralls, camouflage battle dress, waterproof boots, standard dress uniform, white medical coat.

POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All Course material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Board & Lodging available onsite. Accommodation at La Spezia Naval Base. Lunch at the Operational Raiders & Divers Group facilities (COMSUBIN). Dinner at La Spezia Naval Base. ITALIAN NAVY

85 SMM 84 COURSE DENOMINATION Undersea and Hyperbaric Medicine Qualification Course for Medical Officers COURSE LOCATION Operational Raiders & Divers Group HQ (COMSUBIN)’TESEO TESEI’- Le Grazie (LA SPEZIA) COURSE OBJECTIVES The Course is aimed at providing attendees with specialised training in the professional field related to healthcare during diving operations and over- pressurized environments. In addition, physicians who specialise in diving and hyperbaric medicine should be able to handle any accidents attributable to such conditions. Upon completion of the Course, in addition to the skills already acquired during the UHB Course, attendees should be able to: - provide medical assistance during saturation diving, and handle any accidents which might occur; - use the gas cromatograph; - correctly administer a hyperbaric oxygen therapy treatment course. COURSE CURRICULUM 6 months – One session per year (June – December) TYPICAL COURSE DURATION N. 3 PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS  Good knowledge of the Italian language (Level B1) to be tested before starting the Course;  excellent command of medical terminology;  good command of submarine technical terminology;  medical fitness, to be previously assessed in the country of origin, and to be later confirmed by the Italian military health service in accordance with current regulations, before starting the Course;  health screening certificates;  health insurance;  outfit required: coveralls, camouflage battle dress, waterproof boots, standard dress uniform, white medical coat.

COURSE PREREQUISITES All Course material is UNCLASSIFIED POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES Board & Lodging available onsite. Accommodation at La Spezia Naval Base. Lunch at the Operational Raiders & Divers Group facilities (COMSUBIN). Dinner at La Spezia Naval Base. ITALIAN NAVY

86 SMM 85 COURSE DENOMINATION Scubadiver Course COURSE LOCATION Operational Raiders & Divers Group HQ (COMSUBIN)’TESEO TESEI’- Le Grazie (LA SPEZIA) COURSE OBJECTIVES Getting the Military Scubadiver Certification and acquiring underwater operational skills using the following systems: - air breathing apparatus up to 60 meters; - self-contained underwater breathing apparatus (oxygen) up to 12 meters; - self-contained underwater breathing apparatus (mixture) up to 54 meters; - surface supplied air diving equipment up to 60 metres; - airdrop (from helicopter); - decompression chambers up to 60 metres. COURSE CURRICULUM The Course is selective and open to personnel without any previous Scubadiving experience or qualifications.

The Course envisages a series of periodic assessments and a final exam. TYPICAL COURSE DURATION 231 days (not including leave/vacation periods) – One session per year PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS Max 8 COURSE PREREQUISITES Good knowledge of the Italian language, to be tested before starting the Course. COMSUBIN shall terminate the Training Course for any attendee whose should scarce Italian language proficiency could compromise the safety of training activities. POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All Course material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Accommodation provided at neighbouring military facilities, and/or in hotel. Board & lodging will be charged to fee-paying attendees ITALIAN NAVY

87 SMM 86 COURSE DENOMINATION Scubadiver Instructor Qualification Course COURSE LOCATION Operational Raiders & Divers Group HQ (COMSUBIN)’TESEO TESEI’- Le Grazie (LA SPEZIA) COURSE OBJECTIVES Training personnel who have obtained the Military Scubadiver Certification at COMSUBIN (see Scubadiver Course information form) to fill the position of Scubadiver Instructor at their respective command training facilities. COURSE CURRICULUM Course Outline (Levels of qualification): Coaching, assistant instructor, nationally qualified Diving School Instructor Theoretical training modules include: • advanced training in Undersea Physiopathology; • first aid training, including BLSD and PTC qualification; • classroom management techniques (Mariscuola Taranto) • SSO (Security Service Operator) – Damage Control Training Course • athletic training The Course is selective, and envisages a series of periodic assessments and a final exam.

TYPICAL COURSE DURATION 231 days (not including leave/vacation periods) - One session per year PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS Max 8 COURSE PREREQUISITES Good knowledge of the Italian language, to be tested before starting the Course. Good command of underwater technical terminology. COMSUBIN shall terminate the Training Course for any attendee whose should scarce Italian language proficiency could compromise the safety of training activities. POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All Course material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Accommodation provided at neighbouring military facilities, and/or in hotel. Board & lodging will be charged to fee-paying attendees ITALIAN NAVY

88 SMM 87 COURSE DENOMINATION MCM Diver/ EOD Maritime Basic Course COURSE LOCATION Operational Raiders & Divers Group HQ (COMSUBIN)’TESEO TESEI’- Le Grazie (LA SPEZIA) COURSE OBJECTIVES Training qualified Scubadivers to conduct explosive loading operations during mine warfare. COURSE CURRICULUM Attendees are required to submit a record of qualifications and training certified by their respective countries. Certificates should include the following information: - any and all Diving qualifications; - type of breathing apparatus previously used for diving training/operations - any explosives qualification; - previous diving experience (logbook certified copy). In addition, foreign personnel will undergo an entrance exam which lasts 12 days, in order to assess diving proficiency level. COMSUBIN shall terminate the Training Course for any attendee whose should scarce professional skills could compromise the safety of training activities. Upon successful passing of the entrance exam, participants will attend the following training schedule: - decompression chamber training (if not previously completed in COMSUBIN); - E.O.R. theory (IED identification); - educational visits to explosives companies/establishments; - live training at land firing areas; - training in the use of breathing apparatus and oxygen mixture used by the Italian Navy; - familiarization period onboard MHC unit The Course envisages a series of periodic assessments, with a final exam. TYPICAL COURSE DURATION 109 days PLACES AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS Max 8 COURSE PREREQUISITES Good knowledge of the Italian language, to be tested before starting the Course. Good command of underwater technical terminology. COMSUBIN shall terminate the Training Course for any attendee whose should scarce Italian language proficiency could compromise the safety of training activities.

POLICY REGARDING NON-NATO COUNTRIES All Course material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD & LODGING Accommodation provided at neighbouring military facilities, and/or in hotel. Board & lodging will be charged to fee-paying attendees ITALIAN NAVY

89 SMM 88 COURSE DENOMINATION Professional Training Course on Ships Sailing for Petty Officers of foreign navies - Seamanship COURSE LOCATION Navy Petty Officer School – La Maddalena 0039 0789.799509 COURSE OBJECTIVES Provide basic knowledge of Ship Sailing seafaring equipment, of rigging the sails and guidance of the spars, and the basics about sailing, to be able to perform safely instructional and operational tasks related to the position of NCOs category mariners aboard sailing vessels. COURSE CURRICULUM AND SCHEDULE This course includes the following activities: - 13 weeks in the period March / May, of which 12 weeks of teaching theory / practice and 1 week of final exams; - 12 weeks, from June / September, practical training to use on board ships sailing (Nave Nave Vespucci and Palinuro).

During the 13 weeks of professional technical training, will be held the following disciplines: - Details for the ringing and operation; - Conduct of sailing vessels; - Practical course for the climb safely. - TYPICAL COURSE DURATION 25 weeks (13 of professional technical training and 12 of practical training on board ships to sail). PLACE AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN STUDENT Min 5 Max 15 COURSE PREREQUISITES - Good knowledge of Italian, to be test before the course; - good professional seamanship and mastery of technical language sailor; - psychophysical ability to climb in altitude, to ascertain in advance in the country of origin and to be confirmed at national military medical department, before the course; - diagnostic tests in tow; - health insurance. For the course, you must overcome specific access test in Italian and the possession of the suitability for the performance of specific physical and mental activities.

POLICY REGARDING NON NATO COUNTRIES All course material is UNCLASSIFIED BOARD E LODGING Food, accommodation and course materials are provided by the School. ITALIAN NAVY

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