EUROPEAN CIVIL PROTECTION AND HUMANITARIAN AID OPERATIONS

BRIEF DESCRIPTION
AIM AND OBJECTIVES
The basic philosophy for our exercises is that the exercise will be demand driven. The modules will react to the scenario’s situation and the EXCON we’ll adapt the flow of the exercise according to module’s leadership decisions. Within this setting, it will be possible for the participants to experience all phases of a real international deployment. The aims and objectives we’ll be a mix of Commission expressed intend and modules’ national training requirements. The Commission already stated exercise objectives as being: Interoperability, Safety and Security, Self- sufficiency, Procedures, Coordination and Learning opportunity. The national training requirement we’ll be communicated by each module to the planning working group which we’ll integrate than in the proposed scenarios. In addition to this the exercises will provide special training opportunities: having a dedicated mentor/ trainer to identify team development needs and promote good practice from lessons identified; interoperability between the different modules involved; utilizing a shared resources situation of a common Base of Operations (BoO) ; focus on an integrated team of EUCPT and TAST experts and demanding tasks on operational and strategic level; participation of two or more water related modules HCP, WRUB, WP, CBRN and MAP  together with TAST and EUCPT reproducing as much as possible a real flood situation. Taking into account the time of year and the climate, this implies four exercises in two different seasons with different possible challenges (autumn and summer) when floods are most likely to happen.
N°ECHO/B1/SER/2015/05 Exercises on civil protection modules, technical assistance and support teams and European Union Civil Protection Teams - Design, plan, conduct and evaluate four exercises for High Capacity Pumping, Water Purification,  Flood Rescue Using Boats, Advance Medical Post with or without surgery, Technical Assistance and Support Team (TAST) and experts of a European Union Civil Protection Team (EUCPT) as well as other capacities of the voluntary pool. 
PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND COORDINATION

Project Director

Col. Marius Dogeanu - IGSU General Inspectorate for Emergency Situations

Project Manager

Marcel Sorin Lucaciu - APELL
Logistics & Administration Emil Roman - APELL
Financial&HR Anca Nistor -  APELL
PROJECT TIMELINE
EXERCISE 1 - LATVIA  Team participating:  Training base:  Date of exercise: october 27-30, 2016
EXERCISE 2 - ROMANIA  Team participating:  Training base:  Date of exercise: march 09-12, 2017
EXERCISE 3 - AUSTRIA  Team participating:  Training base:  Date of exercise: may 04-07, 2017
EXERCISE 4 - FYROM  Team participating:  Training base:  Date of exercise: june 17-20, 2017
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THE VENUES

APELL- EUROMODEX

LOT 2016-2017

APELL-EUROMODEX LOT 2016-2017

EUROPEAN CIVIL PROTECTION AND HUMANITARIAN AID OPERATIONS

AIM AND OBJECTIVES The basic philosophy for our exercises is that the exercise will be demand driven. The modules will react to the scenario’s situation and the EXCON we’ll adapt the flow of the exercise according to module’s leadership decisions. Within this setting, it will be possible for the participants to experience all phases of a real international deployment. The aims and objectives we’ll be a mix of Commission expressed intend and modules’ national training requirements. The Commission already stated exercise objectives as being: Interoperability, Safety and Security, Self-sufficiency, Procedures, Coordination and Learning opportunity. The national training requirement we’ll be communicated by each module to the planning working group which we’ll integrate than in the proposed scenarios. In addition to this the exercises will provide special training opportunities: having a dedicated mentor/ trainer to identify team development needs and promote good practice from lessons identified; interoperability between the different modules involved; utilizing a shared resources situation of a common Base of Operations (BoO) ; focus on an integrated team of EUCPT and TAST experts and demanding tasks on operational and strategic level; participation of two or more water related modules HCP, WRUB, WP, CBRN and MAP  together with TAST and EUCPT reproducing as much as possible a real flood situation. Taking into account the time of year and the climate, this implies four exercises in two different seasons with different possible challenges (autumn and summer) when floods are most likely to happen.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION

PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND COORDINATION
PROJECT TIMELINE
EXERCISE 1 - LATVIA  Team participating:  Training base:  Date of exercise: october 27-30, 2016
EXERCISE 2 - ROMANIA  Team participating:  Training base:  Date of exercise: march 09-12, 2017
EXERCISE 3 - AUSTRIA  Team participating:  Training base:  Date of exercise: may 04-07, 2017
EXERCISE 4 - FYROM  Team participating:  Training base:  Date of exercise: june 17-20, 2017
Data will be updated Data will be updated Data will be updated Data will be updated
PROJECT MANAGER Marcel Sorin Lucaciu - APELL
LOGISTICS AND ADMINISTRATION Emil Roman - APELL
FINANCIAL AND HR Anca Nistor -  APELL
PROJECT DIRECTOR Col. Marius Dogeanu - IGSU General Inspectorate for Emergency Situations
N°ECHO/B1/SER/2015/05 Exercises on civil protection modules, technical assistance and support teams and European Union Civil Protection Teams - Design, plan, conduct and evaluate four exercises for High Capacity Pumping, Water Purification,  Flood Rescue Using Boats, Advance Medical Post with or without surgery, Technical Assistance and Support Team (TAST) and experts of a European Union Civil Protection Team (EUCPT) as well as other capacities of the voluntary pool. 

APELL - EUROMODEX