- 508 engineering personnel from African, Asian and Pacific troop-contributing countries trained.
- Three Member States (Japan, Switzerland, Brazil) have contributed trainers, equipment, course sponsorship, or Project funding.
- Host countries (Kenya, Uganda, Vietnam, Rwanda, Morocco) have contributed trainers, facilities, course management and services on site.
- Courses are offered in English and French.
- Five courses are currently being conducted namely HEE (Basic, Intermediate, Training of Trainers), Maintenance of HEE and Engineering Project Management.
- Trainees have already been deployed to MINUSMA, MONUSCO, UNIFIL, UNMISS, and AMISOM.
- Since 2015, about 6,500 (12% women) military & police personnel from 112 countries have undertaken technology training in Entebbe or in missions.
- 6 Women’s Outreach Course: 177 female officers trained from 54 countries from Africa, Asia, Europe and Americas. 23 graduates have deployed to UN field missions.
- UN Missions in Africa (UNSOS, MINUSMA, MINUSCA, MONUSCO) are the largest technology training beneficiaries.
- Academy partners: Japan, Canada, Denmark, France, Uganda, NATO C&I Academy are contributing instructors, equipment, technical support or extra-budgetary funding.
FIELD MEDICAL ASSISTANTS COURSE
- The Field Medical Assistant Course was piloted in October 2019 for 29 uniformed peacekeepers from MONUSCO and UNMISS with trainers from the UN, Belgium, Germany & Japan and financial support from Japan and Israel.
Engineering Project Management
- Help military engineers build stronger foundations in managing projects in complex environments.
Survey and Design
- Support military engineers with skills and knowledge for site surveying and camp design.
- Train military engineers in operating modern equipment in demanding settings.
Maintenance and Recovery
- Strengthen skills and knowledge for equipment maintenance, transport, recovery and repair.
Training of Trainers
- Equip new trainers with the skills, knowledge, and technical assistance to impart engineering training in their own countries.
- Provide training for Field Medical Assistants and Advanced Trauma Life Support.
- Provide technology training on UN-owned systems.
- Develop and deliver new technology training including micro Unmanned Aircraft Systems (drones) and Unite Aware “scenario-based” training in Entebbe.