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CONDO Annual Refresher

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CONDO Annual Refresher is a DEFSTAN 05 – 129 (Defence Standard) requirement  for all CONDO operational areas who carried out CONDO training previously. Due to the nature of the training Allied International ensure that the training is tailored to meet the demands of future deployments by integrating up to date country information and Modus Operandi where applicable.

All CONDO Annual Refresher training packages use the MoD’s mandatory training competencies (TC) as its foundation:

CONDO Annual Refresher Training Competencies

• TC 1 Roles and Responsibilities
• TC 2 Regional Awareness
• TC 3 Medical Factors, Capabilities and Actions relating to the CONDO task
• TC 4 Safety and Security Procedures
• TC 5 Life on Deployment
• TC 6 Discipline and the Legal Construct to the Deployment

TC’s can be tailored to meet your needs more specifically; please discuss the details with us. The training is constructed to be both extremely informative and interactive – and enjoyable.  Where contractors may be deploying to a different country than previously being trained for, our CONDO Annual Refresher training can include additional countries as required.

The training course result is that each delegate achieves the successful completion of the course, which is required as a part of the “authority to travel” paperwork of the UK Ministry of Defence. Failure to carry out this training can result in the validity of the contractor deploying in the first instance. Our training is delivered by trainers who adhere strictly to UK MOD rules and guidelines covering CONDO training.

Our 1 day Annual Refresher Training can be delivered at your premises, if you have an in-theatre training requirement we can certainly assist; further details can be obtained on request.  Our training is carried out on a bespoke personal level maintaining a discreet service.

Please contact us for further information.

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