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National Security Course
This course focuses on the process and the substance of the development of United States national security policy. Best practices and lessons learned from national security professions from across administration.This course has two versions, one for high school and one for college students.
Middle East Course
This course focuses on the history and policy issues of the United States in the Middle East. The way these issues have evolved and the best practices for reaching policy objectives through multiple individuals across multiple administrations. This course has two versions, one for high school and one for college students.
Global Conflicts Course
This course focuses on United States national security policy specifically in the area of conflict. From low intensity conflicts, countering insurgencies to countering terrorism. From the strategic to the operational including how to best prepare our national security apparatus for the future of high and low intensity warfare.
International Affairs Course
This course focuses on the broad spectrum of issues facing the international community and how those issues directly affect United States national security strategies. These issues include climate change, poverty, disease and overpopulation, among others. This course is designed specially for high school students.
This course focuses on the best practices of leadership in routine and crisis situations. How to build a team, accomplish the mission, take care of your people and innovate for the future. It focuses on real world experiences to teach lessons learned from across the spectrum of those that have done leadership in the harshest of environments, armed conflict. This course is specifically made for business and government leaders.
This course focuses on the best practises and lessons learned of countering an insurgent movement against a government, focusing specifically on the experiences in Afghanistan, Iraq, Somalia and Yemen. The course will analyse the tactics, techniques, procedures, and strategies that were most effective from across the spectrum of activities that take place in a modern counter-insurgency campaign, to include military diplomatic, intelligence, humanitarian aid, stabilization, economic development among others.
Counter-terrorism Course (restricted)
This course focuses on the most effective way to fight terrorist some the perspective of United States special operations experience over the past twenty plus years. From unilateral to partner direct actions, from influence operations to sabotage and subversion in the spectrum of countering terrorism in the clandestine and covert areanas. It is strictly restricted to those who operate in these areas within the United States government.
Special Operations/Activities Course (restricted)
This course focuses on the tactics, techniques, procedures and strategy of best practices within the clandestine military operations and covert intelligence operations fields. It focuses on air, ground and maritime as well as influence operations. The scope of the course goes back to the beginning of United States special operations of the Office of Security Services. It is about being the most effective clandestine and covert force for the United States. It is strictly restricted to those who operate in these areas within the United States government.
Conflict Journalism Course (limited)
This course focuses on how journalists can conduct their trade in the safest manner possible. It will include how to prepare for deployment to conflict areas, how to prepare for and conduct a high threat meeting, how to prevent being taken hostage and if one is taken, how to survive and aid in your recovery. The course also collects data to ensure that the groups responsible for a recovery have everything they need to maximize the chance of success. This course is not restricted, but it does require the signing of a non-disclosure agreement to protect the methods used. It is limited to journalists.