EDUCATION

(POST)GRADUATE EDUCATION

  • (2020 – ongoing) Ph.D Candidate International Relations and Electoral Studies, Maastricht University, The Netherlands Thesis: ‘Separation of Distance: Conflict, Borderization and the Role of International Observation in the Commonwealth of Independent States‘ Research Supervisors: Prof. dr. J.J.G. (Hans) Schmeets, Statistics Netherlands / Special Chair in Social Statistics, Department of Political Science, Faculty of Arts and Social Science at Maastricht University, The Netherlands, Prof. dr. J.M.M.L. (Sjo) Soeters, Tilburg School of Social and Behavioural Sciences, Department of Organization Studies, Tilburg University, The Netherlands, and Prof. dr. A.J.R. (Fons) van de Vijver (2015 – 2019), Professor of Cross-Cultural Psychology at Tilburg University, The Netherlands www.maastrichtuniversity.nl
  • (2017 – 2020) Postgraduate Master of Arts (MA) of Civil-Military Interaction. Helmut-Schmidt-University Hamburg (HSU/UniBw – University of the German Federal Armed Forces), in co-operation with the Führungsakademie der Bundeswehr (FüAkBw – Military Academy of the German Federal Armed Forces – General Staff College), Hamburg, Germany. Thesis: ‘Battle for Donbass: Civil Military Interaction and the Conflict in Eastern Ukraine‘ Research Supervisor: Prof. dr. S. (Sigrid) Boysen, Professor of Public Law and Public International Law at Helmut-Schmidt-University Hamburg, Germany www.hsu-hh.de/hsu/index.php
  • (2009 – 2009) Postgraduate Intensive Programme Russian Language and Culture Studies. Pushkin State Russian Language Institute, Moscow, Russian Federation www1.pushkin.edu.ru
  • (2005 – 2006) Postgraduate Degree International Development Studies ‘Public Support and International Development’. Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands & Centre for International Development Issues Nijmegen (CIDIN), The Netherlands www.ru.nl/cidin
  • (2004 – 2005) Postgraduate Degree Global Development Education. Utrecht University, Utrecht, The Netherlands & National Commission for International Cooperation and Sustainable Development (NCDO), The Hague, The Netherlands www.uu.nl
  • (1996 – 2001) Master of Science (MSc) Developmental and Cultural Psychology (With Merits) – Minors in Psychotraumatology and Women Studies. Thesis: ‘The Design of Powerful Learning Environments: Integration of non-Western Pupils in Theoretical Learning Paths within the Dutch Vocational Education and Training (VET) Sector’. Research Supervisors: Prof. dr. G.L.C. (Hans) Lodewijks, Educational Psychologist at Tilburg University, The Netherlands, Prof. dr. J.M.M. (Johan) van der Sanden, Professor of Didactics, Eindhoven Technical University, The Netherlands, and Prof. dr. Y. (Ype) Poortinga, Cross-Cultural Psychologist at Tilburg University, The Netherlands www.tilburguniversity.edu*) Since 23 December 2002: NIP-registered Psychologist (licenced Psychologist Dutch Psychological Association); **) Since 02 March 2001: Psychodiagnostical NIP-registration ***) Since 15 February 2000: Certification Didactical Competence (Tilburg University)

BACHELOR DEGREE

  • (1995 – 1996) Examen Propaedeuticum in Social Sciences (With Honors). Tilburg University, Tilburg, The Netherlands www.tilburguniversity.edu
  • (1990 – 1991) Degree in Teaching. Teachers’ College, Tilburg, The Netherlands fontys.edu

GRAMMAR SCHOOL

TALENT DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES

  • 01 September 2012 – 05 April 2013 Participant-elect in the ‘Driebergen Programma‘; Talent Development Programme for D66 (ALDE Group / Renew Europe) https://d66.nl/partij/talentontwikkeling-opleiding/talentontwikkeling/
  • 01 June 2007 – 10 January 2008 Participant-elect in the Fontys University of Applied Sciences Talent Development Programme ‘TOP’ www.fontys.edu
  • 01 February 2007 – 10 November 2007 Participant-elect in the ‘Mayor and Diversity Traineeship Programme‘ of the Association of Dutch Municipalities (Vereniging van Nederlandse Gemeenten – VNG); talent development programme (2008 – 2010) for prospective Mayors under auspice of Ms Karla Peijs, Queen’s Commissioner in the Province of Zeeland, the Netherlands. Mentorship by Ms Wilma Delissen-van Tongerlo, Mayor of Peel and Maas Municipality, the Netherlands. Internship with Mayor Corstiaan Kleijtweg of Hellevoetsluis Municipality, the Netherlands www.burgemeesters.nl/diversiteit

TRAINING & COURSES (In Person)

  • Conduct after Capture (CAC) / Resistance Instructor (RI) Course (RIC). SERE-School (Survival, Evasion, Resistance, Escape). SERE-School, Royal Netherlands Airforce Base Gilze-Rijen, The Netherlands, 19 October – 30 October, 2020
  • NATO System Approach to Training (NATO SAT, M7-136). Civil-Military Cooperation Centre of Excellence (CCOE) – NATO School Oberammergau; Mobile Education and Training Team. CCOE The Hague, The Netherlands, 16 – 20 December, 2019 www.cimic-coe.org *) NATO certified
  • Vienna Document Compliance and Verification Course (M5-65-B-19). NATO School Oberammergau (NSO), Oberammergau, Germany, 29 October – 02 November, 2019 www.natoschool.nato.int *) NATO certified
  • DCAF-ISSAT Basic Gender and Security Course. WMO Building, Geneva, Switzerland, 23 July 2019 www.issat.dcaf.ch
  • DCAF-ISSAT Basic Security Awareness Training. Maison de la Paix, Geneva, Switzerland, 13 June 2019 www.issat.dcaf.ch
  • DCAF-ISSAT Advanced Course on Security Sector Reform. Geneva Centre for Security Policy (GCSP), Geneva Centre for Democratic Control of the Armed Forces (DCAF), International Security Advisory Team (IISAT), The Hague, The Netherlands, 26 – 30 November, 2018 www.issat.dcaf.ch
  • Peacebuilding Masterclass II “Early Warning, Prevention and Intervention Efforts in Peacekeeping: The significance of specific response plans and early warning systems as preventive measures to reduce the potential of violence”. Baker Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies at Juniata College, Huntingdon, PA, USA, 06 April 2019
  • Peacebuilding Masterclass I “International Peacekeeping Efforts; the Role of the International Community, Civil Society and Women in Peacekeeping”. Baker Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies at Juniata College, Huntingdon, PA, USA, 30 March 2019
  • Tactical INFOOPS Planner Course (TIOC II 18). Zentrum Operative Kommunikation der Deutschen Bundeswehr (ZOpKOMBw). DAA Koblenz, Germany, 29 October – 02 November, 2018 & April 2019 www.cir.bundeswehr.de/portal/a/cir/start/dienststellen/ksa/zopkombw
  • Basic PSYOPS Course (BPOC). Information Operations Group Belgian Armed Forces. Heverlee, Belgium, 08 – 12 October, 2018 www.mil.be/nl/eenheden/information-operations-group
  • CIMIC High Availability Disaster Response Course (HADR). German Ministry of the Interior (BMI), Federal Office of Civil Protection and Disaster Assistance (BBK), Academy for Crisis Management, Emergency Planning and Civil Protection (AKNZ). Bad Neuenahr – Ahrweiler, Germany, 09 – 13 July, 2018 www.bmi.bund.de/EN/topics/civil-protection/bbk/bbk-node.html
  • NATO CIMIC (Civil-Military Interaction) Field Worker Course (NCFWC). Civil-Military Cooperation Centre of Excellence (CCOE). The Hague, The Netherlands, 25 – 29 June, 2018 www.cimic-coe.org *) NATO certified
  • European Security and Defence College (ESDC), Course on Recovery and Stabilisation Strategies. Austrian Study Centre for Peace and Conflict Resolution (ASPR), Geneva Centre for Security Policy (GCSP), and Bundesministerium für Landesverteidigung (Austrian Ministry of Defense). Stadtschlaining, Austria, 04 – 08 June, 2018 www.gcsp.ch *) UN certified
  • VIKING 18 ‘Protection of Civilians, Leadership & Gender’. Multilateral Command Post Crisis Response Exercise, comprehensive approach on peace operation- and crisis management operational procedures. Swedish Armed Forces, Swedish Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Folke Bernadotte Academy. Stockholm/Enköping Sweden, 16 – 26 April, 2018. Simulated role: UNMIB (United Nations Mission in Bogaland), Special Assistant to the SRSG /  UNMIB Deputy Chief Joint Operations Centre (JOC) www.forsvarsmakten.se/en/about/exercises-and-events/viking-18
  • NATO CIMIC (Civil-Military Interaction) Liaison Course (NCLC). Civil-Military Cooperation Centre of Excellence (CCOE). The Hague, The Netherlands, 29 January – 02 February, 2018 www.cimic-coe.org *) NATO certified
  • NATO CIMIC (Civil-Military Interaction) Functional Specialist Course (NCFSC). Civil-Military Cooperation Centre of Excellence (CCOE). The Hague, The Netherlands, 15 – 19 January, 2018 www.cimic-coe.org *) NATO certified
  • NATO CIMIC (Civil-Military Interaction) Higher Command Course (NCHCC). Civil-Military Cooperation Centre of Excellence (CCOE). The Hague, The Netherlands, 04 – 15 December, 2017 www.cimic-coe.org *) NATO certified
  • UN-CMCoord live eCourse. Civil-Military Cooperation Centre of Excellence (CCOE). The Hague, The Netherlands, 28 November – 30 November, 2017 www.cimic-coe.org *) UN certified
  • European Security and Defence College (ESDC), Course on the Protection of Civilians in Armed Conflict. Austrian Study Centre for Peace and Conflict Resolution (ASPR) and the Austrian Ministry of Defence and Sports – Directorate for Security Policy. *) UN certified. Stadtschlaining, Austria, 19 – 24 November, 2017 www.aspr.peacecastle.eu *) EU certified
  • Prepardness and Response Effectiveness Programme (PREP) Course. United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UNOCHA). Reichenau an der Rax, Austria, 22 – 27 November, 2017 www.unocha.org *) UN certified
  • NATO CIMIC (Civil-Military Interaction) Staff Worker Course (NCSWC). Civil-Military Cooperation Centre of Excellence (CCOE). The Hague, The Netherlands, 18 – 22 September, 2017, and 19 – 23 February, 2018 www.cimic-coe.org *) NATO certified
  • United Nations ‘UN for All: Dignity and Inclusion at the UN Workplace’ Training Session. Core Module & Module on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity. United Nations Headquarters Bonn. Bonn, Germany, 07 August 2017 *) NATO certified
  • European Security and Defence Colleges (ESDC), Core Course on Security Sector Reform (SSR). Austrian Study Centre for Peace and Conflict Resolution (ASPR) and the Austrian Federal Ministry of Defence and Sports – Directorate for Security Policy. *) UN certified. Stadtschlaining, Austria, 21 – 29 September, 2016 www.aspr.peacecastle.eu *) EU certified
  • Result-based Management for Peacebuilding, Security & Development. Geneva Centre for Security Policy (GCSP), in co-operation with The Geneva International Centre for Humanitarian Demining (GICHD), The International Programme for Development Evaluation Training (IPDET), The Centre or Security, Development and the Rule of Law (DCAF). Geneva, Switzerland, 11 – 15 July, 2016 www.gcsp.ch
  • Civil-Military Planning Exercise ‘Common Effort 2016’, First German Netherlands Corps (1GNC). Civil-Military Cooperation Centre of Excellence (CCOE) The Hague, The Netherlands, 27 June – 1 July, 2016 www.cimic-coe.org/tag/common-effort-exercise/
  • UNOCHA CM-Coord Skills Training. Civil Military Co-ordination Course. Sigriswil, Switzerland, 25 May – 04 June, 2016 www.unocha.org *) UN certified
  • International Negotiation and Arbitration. Association for International Arbitration (AIA). Brussels, Belgium, 09 – 11 March, 2016 www.arbitration-adr.org
  • Crater Analysis. OSCE Special Monitoring Mission to Ukraine. Donetsk, Ukraine, 8 December, 2015 www.osce.org/ukraine-smm
  • Identification and Categorisation of Major Military Equipment. Zentrum für Verifikationsaufgaben der Bundeswehr (German Center for Arms Control Verification). Kyiv, Ukraine, 19 – 22 October, 2015 www.kommando.streitkraeftebasis.de
  • OSCE SMM Training Course Dialogue Facilitation. Kyiv, Ukraine, 06 – 08 October, 2015 www.osce.org/ukraine-smm
  • OSCE SMM Workshop ‘How to work with a Language Assistant’. Mariupol, Ukraine, 14 – 15 July, 2015 www.osce.org/ukraine-smm
  • UNOCHA CM-Coord Course (Civil-Military Co-ordination Course). Akademie Berlin-Schmöckwitz. Berlin, Germany, 28 June – 04 July, 2015  www.unocha.org *) UN certified
  • Medical Evacuation Training (MEDEVAC). RMSI Rapid Deployment Medical & Rescue (Dubai, UAE). OSCE SMMU Mariupol, Ukraine, 26 May, 2015 www.rmsi-medicalsolutions.com
  • Civil-Military Planning Exercise ‘Common Effort 2015’, First German Netherlands Corps (1GNC). Julius Leber Barracks, German Armed Forces, Berlin, Germany, 18 – 22 May, 2015 www.1gnc.org/civil-cooperation/common-effort-2015
  • Security Sector Reform (SSR). Folke Bernadotte Academy, Sandö, Sweden, 08 – 13 February, 2015 www.folkebernadotteacademy.se
  • 4×4 Armored Vehicle Driving Training (incl. winter driving, off-road driving and winching techniques). Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine, 01 July, 2014 www.osce.org/ukraine-smm
  • Hostile Environment Awareness Training (HEAT). Fox Delta Risk Management Company (London, UK), Odessa, Ukraine, 13 – 16 June, 2014 www.foxdelta.co.uk
  • Induction Training OSCE Monitoring. Kiev, Ukraine, 07 – 09 May, 2014 www.osce.org/ukraine-smm
  • VIKING 14 ‘In the Spirit of Partnership for Peace’. Multilateral Command Post Crisis Response Exercise, comprehensive approach on peace operation- and crisis management operational procedures. Swedish Armed Forces, Swedish Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Folke Bernadotte Academy. Stockholm/Enköping Sweden, 31 March – 10 April, 2014. Simulated role: EUCAM (European Union Civil Administration Mission in Bogaland), Senior Human Rights Officer www.forsvarsmakten.se/en/about/exercises-and-events/viking-14
  • ENTRi Specialisation Course Pre-Deployment Training Afghanistan. Europe’s New Training Initiative for Civilian Crisis Management, in co-operation with CMC Finland (Crisis Management Centre, Kuopio). Netherlands Institute of International Relations Clingendael. The Hague, the Netherlands, 27 – 30 January, 2014 www.entriforccm.eu/activities
  • Private Sector Development in Fragile and Conflict Affected States; Employment for Stability Course. The Hague Institute for Global Justice, Knowledge Platform Security and Rule of Law, co-operation with the Donor Committee for Enterprise Development (DCED). The Hague, The Netherlands, 13 – 16 January, 2014 www.enterprise-development.org
  • Political Adviser in International Organisations working in the field of Conflict & Crisis Management. Folke Bernadotte Academy, Sandö, Sweden, 25 – 30 November, 2012 www.folkebernadotteacademy.se
  • Reintegration of Ex-Combatants. International Alert & Transition International. Landgraaf, The Netherlands, 24 June –  01 July, 2012 www.international-alert.org
  • Political and Governance Monitoring in the context of Ministries of Foreign Affairs. Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of The Netherlands, The Hague, The Netherlands, 16 – 23 March, 2012
  • International Peacekeeping Operations and Security in Africa. Netherlands Institute of International Relations Clingendael, The Hague, The Netherlands, 14 – 16 November, 2011 www.clingendael.nl
  • Hostile Environment Security Training (HEST), HART Land, Sea & Air Integrated Services. City & Gilds Accreditation, Tbilisi, Georgia, 20 – 26 November, 2010 www.hartinternational.com
  • Induction Training EU Monitoring. Tbilisi, Georgia, 01 – 02 November, 2010 www.eeas.europa.eu/csdp
  • Mission Preparedness Training.German Armed Forces Training Facility ‘Kallinchen’ (Teltow-Fläming), Germany (2007); Italian Air Brigade ‘Folgore’ (2009), Livorno, Italy; Royal Dutch Military Academy (KMA/NLDA Breda) (2009 & 2010)
  • International Crisis Operations Training. Personal Security (2009); Road Safety (2006, 2008); Hard Skin and Soft Skin vehicles, 4×4 driving (2006, 2008); Adaptation to living conditions in the field (2008); Behaviour at checkpoints, carjacking, hostage taking (2008); Mine awareness both urban and rural (2008); Medical preparations before missions, First Aid and CPR (2007)
  • Civilian Personnel of Peacekeeping and Peace-building Operations. United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR-POCI), Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna di Pisa, Pisa, Italy (2008) www.sssup.it   *) UN certified
  • Systemic Peacebuilding; Enhancing Coherence and Effectiveness in Policy and on-the-ground Peacebuilding. International Peace and Development Training Centre (IPDTC) & Peace Action, Training and Research Institute Romania (PATRIR). London, UK, 20 – 25 May, 2008 www.patrir.ro
  • “How to run your Summer Course successfully” EAIE Training Course – European Association for International Education. Milan, Italy, 15 May – 17 May, 2008 www.eaie.org
  • Long-Term Election Observation Training. Zentrum für Internationale Friedenseinsätze (ZIF). Europäische Akademie Berlin-Grünewald, Germany, 09 – 14 March, 2008 www.zif-berlin.org
  • NEEDS Training Seminar Long-Term Election Observation. European Commission NEEDS Training Seminar – Network of Europeans for Electoral and Democracy Support. Capacity Building for European Union Election Observers, Ljubljana, Slovenia, 20 – 25 April, 2007 www.needsproject.eu
  • Project Management for International Projects. MDF Training & Consultancy / PROFOUND Platform, Ede, The Netherlands, 04 – 09 March, 2006 www.mdf.nl
  • Crisis Intervention and Risk Management. ICRN Training (International Crisis Response Network), Forum Eltern Lehrer Schüler e.V. Würzburg (Germany) & Community Stress Prevention Centre at Tel Hai College, Kiryat Shmona, Israel, 03 – 09 October, 2004 www.icspc.org
  • Assessor Training. Fontys University of Applied Sciences. Eindhoven, The Netherlands, 13 December 2005 (30 hrs)
  • Second Language Active Learning: Working with Didactical Structures & Powerful Classroom Management. S.O.M. DOBA. Tilburg, The Netherlands, 04 April 2003
  • Multiple Intelligence Training II: Working with Didactical Structures & Matching the Strength of the Individual Student. S.O.M. DOBA. Tilburg, The Netherlands, 03 March 2003
  • Cooperative Learning Training: Working with Didactical Structures & Powerful Classroom Management. S.O.M. DOBA. Tilburg, The Netherlands, 07 October 2002
  • Building a Powerful Classroom Environment (Bouwen aan Klasklimaat: Stimuleren van optimaal leerklimaat in de klas, Advanced Level). RPCZ Zeeland. Middelburg, The Netherlands, 2002-2003 (8 hrs)
  • Building a Powerful Classroom Environment (Bouwen aan Klasklimaat, Basic Level). Fontys Hogescholen / Educatief Netwerk Brabant, The Netherlands, 04 October 2002
  • Course on Training & Advising on Multiple-Intelligence & Cooperative Learning (Basic Level). MI/COOP Netwerk Nederland. Woudschoten / Zeist, The Netherlands, June 2002
  • Multiple Intelligence Training I: Working with Didactical Structures & Matching the Strength of the Individual Student. S.O.M. DOBA. Tilburg, The Netherlands, 04 April 2002
  • Cooperative Learning Orientation: Working with Didactical Structures & Powerful Classroom Management. S.O.M. DOBA. Tilburg, The Netherlands, 07 July 200
  • Multiple Intelligence Orientation: Working with Didactical Structures & Matching the Strength of the Individual Student. S.O.M. DOBA. Tilburg, The Netherlands, 02 February 200
  • Public Relations (Advanced Level). Stichting Bureau voor Certificering en Examinering. Rotterdam, The Netherlands, 18 April 2000
  • Management (Basic Level). Stichting Nederlandse Associatie voor Praktijkexamens. Amersfoort, The Netherlands, 05 February 200
  • Public Relations (Basic Level). Stichting Bureau voor Certificering en Examinering. Rotterdam, The Netherlands, 01 June 1999

TRAINING & COURSES (eLearning)

  • UNITAR POTI Civil-Military Coordination in Peace Operations (27 April 2020)
  • UNITAR POTI Principles and Guidelines for UN Peacekeeping Operations (20 April 2020)
  • UNITAR POTI Implementation of the UNSCR on the Women, Peace, and Security Agenda Latin-America and the Caribbean (13 April 2020)
  • UNITAR POTI Implementation of the UNSCR on the Women, Peace, and Security Agenda in Asia and the Pacific (13 April 2020)
  • UNITAR POTI Implementation of the UNSCR on the Women, Peace, and Security Agenda in Africa (13 April 2020)
  • UNITAR POTI The Role of United Nations Police in Peace Operations (13 April 2020)
  • UNITAR POTI Preventing Violence Against Women and Promoting Gender Equality in Peacekeeping (13 April 2020)
  • UNITAR POTI Leading Within United Nations Peace Operations (12 April 2020)
  • UNITAR POTI Humanitarian Relief Operations (12 April 2020)
  • UNITAR POTI Ebola Virus Disease: Awareness and Precaution for Peacekeeping Personnel (12 April 2020)
  • UNITAR POTI Introduction to the UN System: Orientation for Serving on a UN Field Mission (12 April 2020)
  • UNITAR POTI Core Pre-deployment Training Materials (11 April 2020)
  • NATO School Oberammergau (NSO) Introduction to NATO’s Education, Training, Exercise, and Education (ETEE) Global Programming (19 February 2019)
  • Election Observation and Democracy Support (EODS) Safety & Security in the Field (10 October 2019)
  • Election Observation and Democracy Support (EODS) Short Term Election Observers (10 October 2019)
  • NATO School Oberammergau (NSO) ADL 169 Improving Operational Effectiveness by Integrating Gender Perspective (JKO New Version) (25 February 2019)
  • DCAF-ISSAT Policing and Police Reform in Complex Environments (29 March 2019)
  • DCAF-ISSAT Fundamentals of Strategic Advising in Reform Environments (20 March 2019)
  • DCAF-ISSAT Introduction to Security Sector Reform (12 March 2019)
  • DCAF-ISSAT Police Integrity (23 August 2018)
    UNOCHA UN-CMCoord eCourse (US Institute of Peace – Global Campus) Working in Complex Emergencies (15 November 2017)
  • UNOCHA UN-CMCoord eCourse (US Institute of Peace – Global Campus) Working in Natural Disasters (15 November 2017)
  • UDP Course for Managers UNDP Legal Framework: What every staff should know (10 August 2017)
  • UNDP Women and Leadership (07 August 2017)
  • UNDP Gender Equality, Women’s Empowerment and Anti-Corruption (04 August 2017)
  • UN Programme Criticality (28 July 2017)
  • UNDP / UN System Staff College Promoting Diversity and Inclusiveness in the Workplace (26 July 2017)
  • UN Women Training Centre I Know Gender. An Introduction to Gender Equality for UN Staff’ (26 July 2017)
  • UNDP United Nations Human Rights and Responsibilities (25 July 2017)
  • UN Course for Managers The Gender Journey: thinking outside of the box (06 January 2017)
  • UN Course for Managers Prevention of Harassment, Sexual Harassment and Abuse of Authority (03 January 2017)
  • UNDP Ethics and Integrity at the United Nations Development Programme (30 November 2016)
  • UN Department of Safety and Security Training Basic Security in the Field II (BSIF, 29 November 2016)
  • UN Department of Safety and Security Training Advanced Security in the Field (ASIF, 28 November 2016)
  • ESDC – AKU 04 CSDP Crisis Management Structures and Chain of Command. European Security and Defence College (03 June 2018)
  • ESDC – AKU 02 The European Global Strategy (EUGS). European Security and Defence College (15 September 2016, 02 June 2018)
    ESDC – AKU 11A Gender and the UNSCR 1325. European Security and Defence College (29 November 2017 & 03 June 2018)
  • ESDC – AKU 06 CSDP Decision Shaping/Making. European Security and Defence College (29 November 2017 & 03 June 2018)
  • ESDC – AKU 21 European Security and Defence College (21 September 2016)
  • ESDC – AKU 16 European Security and Defence College (21 September 2016 & 19 November 2017)
  • ESDC – AKU 10 EU Mediation and Dialogue Capacities. European Security and Defence College (21 September 2016)
  • ESDC – AKU 01 History and Development of the European Security and Defense Policy (ESDP) / European Union Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP) European Security and Defence College (21 September 2016 & 03 August 2018 & 31 June 2018)
  • UN Department of Safety and Security Training Landmines and Explosive Remnants of War Safety Training (20 July 2015)
  • OSCE OSCE Ethical Awareness Training (30 July 2014)