Search of vessels 

 

Dates

February 14 to 18, 2022

Duration

5 days

target audience

This training is aimed :

  • Officers or petty officers supervising operational control teams, operating on state vessels assigned to coast guard or general maritime surveillance missions.
  • The selected trainees must be able to pass on the methodology taught in their home country in order to spread good practices.

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF THE CONTENT OF THE TRAINING

  • Fraud flows by sea: specific risks for the Gulf of Guinea
  • The typology of the vessels and the hidden means to shelter fraudulent goods (drugs, protected species, fake medicines, weapons, undersized fish, laundering)
  • Methodology of ship inspection (ship’s documents, reading of plans, constitution of search teams, use of tools for summary dismantling)
  • Use of personal protective equipment
  • Examples of seizures in caches in ships
  • Vessel targeting from open source databases and targeting criteria
  • Practical exercises: control and search of 3 commercial ships at the quay in the port of Cotonou

    Expected results: formulate recommendations at the end of the seminar and disseminate them to States and regional organizations. Identify possible areas for progress and capacity building.

     

PEDAGOGICAL METHOD

End of training test

01.

Presentations

02.

Debates and sharing of experience

03.

Practical exercise: group targeting work based on the consultation of databases / practical exercise in reading plans / practical exercise in searching ships in port (3)

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APPLICATION

Only complete applications corresponding to the target audience of the training are sent to ISMI for validation.

The application file, composed of the following documents, should be sent to the defense attaché at the French embassy in your country: 

 

01.

The attached application form duly completed

 

02.

A copy of your passport. The validity of the passport must cover a period of at least one month after the last day of training.

Search of vessels 

 

Dates

February 14 to 18, 2022

Duration

5 days

target audience

This training is aimed :

  • Officers or petty officers supervising operational control teams, operating on state vessels assigned to coast guard or general maritime surveillance missions.
  • The selected trainees must be able to pass on the methodology taught in their home country in order to spread good practices.

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF THE CONTENT OF THE TRAINING

  • Fraud flows by sea: specific risks for the Gulf of Guinea
  • The typology of the vessels and the hidden means to shelter fraudulent goods (drugs, protected species, fake medicines, weapons, undersized fish, laundering)
  • Methodology of ship inspection (ship’s documents, reading of plans, constitution of search teams, use of tools for summary dismantling)
  • Use of personal protective equipment
  • Examples of seizures in caches in ships
  • Vessel targeting from open source databases and targeting criteria
  • Practical exercises: control and search of 3 commercial ships at the quay in the port of Cotonou  
  • Expected results: formulate recommendations at the end of the seminar and disseminate them to States and regional organizations. Identify possible areas for progress and capacity building.

PEDAGOGICAL METHOD

End of training test

 

01.

Presentations

02.

Debates and sharing of experience

03.

Practical exercise: group targeting work based on the consultation of databases / practical exercise in reading plans / practical exercise in searching ships in port (3)

JOIN US

APPLICATION

Only complete applications corresponding to the target audience of the training are sent to ISMI for validation.

The application file, composed of the following documents, should be sent to the defense attaché at the French embassy in your country: 

 

01.

The attached application form duly completed

 

02.

A copy of your passport. The validity of the passport must cover a period of at least one month after the last day of training.

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