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  1. Col Dr. Gell (Austria) Europeanization SCHUTZ

  2. Before 1989 • Clear separation between inner and outer security • Clear military tasks • Philosophy of deterrence

  3. After 1989 • EU not ready with Armed Forces • NATO intervened • EU started “Integration in Security-Policy” • Effect:Armed Forces’ tasks changed categorically

  4. ThreatsESS & Report on the Implementation of ESS RURAK, 1st June, 2012, Wroclaw: “The most dangerous threat is the one, which we have not recognized so far. Because of that we are not able to confront with, that’s why it will hit us completely unprepared” State failure Organised crime Cyber security Regional conflicts Proliferation Energy Security ??? Climate change Terrorism SCHUTZ

  5. ESSessential Statements • “No single countryis able to tackle today’s complex problems on its own”. • “In contrast to the massive visible threat in the Cold War, noneof the new threats is purely military; nor can anybe tackled by purely military means”. • “Our security and prosperity increasingly depend on an effective multilateral system”. • “There is also scope to improve training, building on the European Security and Defence Collegeand the new European young officers exchange scheme, modeled on Erasmus”.

  6. Effect(on Armed Forces) • Former disestablishments between inner and outer security are disappearing • Former military and non-military responsibilities are conglomerating • Military budgets are decreasing •  „pooling & sharing“ •  Stronger solidarity & cooperation is a must •  Implementation during Basic Officer Education ….. why? 

  7. ChallengesOperations Fact #1: All operations are “combined“ Fact #2: Young Officers are deployed

  8. Inter- operability Inter- cultural compe- tences Conclusionfor Basic Officer Education Working language: English Military Target Group: Basic Officer Education & Young Officers SCHUTZ & HILFE

  9. Wayto a „European Basic Officer Education“ • Aim: • increase students’ academic & professional fields, • improve languages, intercultural skills,self-reliance &self-awareness • So far:2.2 million exchanges • Goal 2020:20% of all European students Why not use it for Military too ?

  10. Wayto a „European Basic Officer Education“ • Same academic degrees • 2-cycle-system & 3-steps-model • ECTS • Cooperation • Mobility Why not use it for Military too ?

  11. Wayto a „European Basic Officer Education“ European Initiative for the exchange of young officers inspired by ERASMUS (“The Initiative”) We use it for Military !

  12. Goalsof „the Initiative“ • Strengthen the interoperability of the Armed Forces, • promote a European Security and Defence Culture, • increase cooperation between Member States in the field of Basic Officer Training and • promote the mobility of students and teaching staff of military training institutions.

  13. Overall Goalof „the Initiative“ Harmonizing European Basic Officer Education SCHUTZ & HILFE

  14. Conclusion Taking into account • New threats • ESS + report on ESS • EU-will for (academic) exchanges • Our responsibility for our young officers (manage their future challenges) Europeanization is a must! SCHUTZ

  15. 5 years EMILYObenefits & desires (Syndicate 1) • Common Modules • Harmonizing the EU-education • Information flow • Who offers what? • POCs • Regular meetings (information exchange) • Solving problems • Recognition • Legal aspects SCHUTZ

  16. Approachesto EMILYO (Syndicate 2) • Conferences (e.g.: iMAF) • Precondition: • WILL of responsible persons • Information to/from Commandants, MOD / MEd • Flexibility • Adopt education-systems (Accreditation?) • Offering (parts of) the own programme • English SCHUTZ

  17. FacilitateExchangesAdministration (Syndicate 3) • Direct contact • POC-list • Use the framework • Developed within IG • Offers announced long time in advance • Simplify ERASMUS-papers • One common Application Form within EU SCHUTZ

  18. Lessons Learnt(Syndicate 4) • Become better through “competition” • “International participation is the key for success” • “… it is the best way to learn something that is not written in the books”(Paile: External Evaluation Report - Austrian CSDP-Modules) • English (French) • In some cases: Cheaper • Experiences & LL from robust operations • “input-oriented” “output-oriented” SCHUTZ

  19. Syndicate 1 • LectureRoom: Maria Theresia • Topic:Five years of "EMILYO" – benefits so far and desires

  20. Syndicate 2 • LectureRoom: Franz Josef • Topic:Approaches to "EMILYO" • (e.g.: meetings at academy level with international officers, European meetings of military academies, etc.).

  21. Syndicate 3 • LectureRoom: Mozart • Topic:How to facilitate exchanges from the administrative point of view

  22. Syndicate 4 • LectureRoom: Johann Strauß • Topic:Lessons Learnt • (e.g.: long term semester exchanges, experiences, proposals to increase exchanges, etc.)

  23. Syndicate 5 • LectureRoom: TMA • Topic:Exchange Experiences

  24. Syndicate 1-4 • 15:00 hrs.: „Topic Break“ • Syndicate 1-2 • Dinner: 17:30 hrs. • Syndicate 3-4 • Dinner: 18:00 hrs. • Bus to Hotel: 18:30 hrs. • Providedtomorrowat 12:30 hrs. • 20 Min. ppt-presentation

  25. Takealways into consideration we have to assure the best preparation for managing future challenges SCHUTZ

  26. Questions