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From 15th to 20th January 2017, as part of EMILYO (Initiative for Exchange of Military Young Officers Inspired by ERASMUS) military common module CSDP took place at the Theresian Military Academy in Wiener Neustadt, Austria.

Our cadets: Katarzyna Obarska, Przemysław Talacha and Łukasz Liszczyński were participants among cadets from Greece, Romania, Hungary, Estonia, Lithuania, Germany, France, Italy, Czech Republic and Austria. Two of Polish officers MAJ Marcin Bielewicz and MAJ Piotr Pietrakowski were invited to the Module as guest lecturers and evaluators during syndicates work.

The main purpose of the Module was familiarizing and explaining the main aspects and integration among the participants. All activities were prepared in the spirit of common understanding and interoperability, including sport competition, syndicate works and student social events in the evenings. Every day cadets had to work in groups to prepare a presentation according to the topic and then present the problem on the forum to improve language skills and to practice providing public presentation.

Entire event started with an orientation tour around the Theresian Castle were Cadets live and study, which was given by one of the Austrian students. A crucial part of the CSDP module program was a visit in the UN Headquarters, where students were able to visit selected departments and listen to the senior UN representative's briefing on the UN-EU relations.

At the conclusion of the course, the participants had an opportunity to proof their knowledge by attending the evaluation test. Moreover, everyone could evaluate lecturers, content of classes and an overall CSDP module program.

The CSDP module reached all of its assumed objectives. Results showed an improved knowledge about security in Europe. Contacts and relationships were made between military students. The most important part that this module has showed, is that cadets from many different states can co-operate seamlessly, which greatly contributes to security and common thinking of future European Union military community.


 

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