European Union’s Civilian Training Initiative – EUCTI
“Improving the life of people living in the conflict affected societies by enhancing the quality of training provided to individuals joining crisis management missions.”
The overall objective of the European Union’s Civilian Training Initiative – EUCTI is to improve the EU position as a peace actor. EUCTI aims to improve the life of people living in the conflict-affected societies by enhancing the quality of training provided to individuals joining the crisis management missions – either civilian crisis management missions or missions consisting of civilian, police and military elements (integrated missions).
The Secretariat of the EUCTI project is coordinated by and located at CEP. EUCTI consortium consists of eight renowned training institutions with sound knowledge and expertise in designing and delivering civilian crisis management training. Apart from Slovenia, the other consortium members are located in the following EU member states Austria, Belgium, Finland, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands and Sweden.
EUCTI will organize tailor-made training activities for individuals working in the EU’s Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP) – and other international missions, support third countries in their endeavours to develop efficient training materials and activities, design new course curriculums based on the needs of the missions, work on standardization of the training activities offered and develop new methodologies that will maximize the outcomes of the learning processes.
EUCTI Consortium Members