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Despite the rapidly changing face of modern warfare, the ghosts of historical battles still linger in various areas across the world in the form of Explosive Remnants of War.
Explosive Remnants of War (ERW) are explosive munitions left behind after a conflict has ended; they include unexploded artillery shells, grenades, mortars, rockets, air-dropped bombs, and cluster munitions. Under the international legal definition, ERW consists of Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) and Abandoned Explosive Ordnance (AXO), but does not include mines.
Weapons that fail to detonate as intended become UXO. When these unstable explosive devices are left behind after conflicts they pose dangers for the civilian populace or remaining troops similar to landmines.
AXO is explosive ordnance that has not been utilised during an armed conflict which has been abandoned by the armed group or military that originally controlled it. It may or may not have been primed, fuzed, armed, or otherwise prepared for use.
This 2 weeks course is designed for people with little or no formal knowledge of explosives and other more experienced explosives workers who may want to formalise their vocational qualifications and experience and who want to enter the Humanitarian Demining field. Under the supervision of a Level 3
Technical Advisor a Level 1 (EOD) qualification enables a deminer to locate, expose and destroy in situ mines that the deminer has been specifically trained on.
This 2 weeks course is to provide personnel with the knowledge required to enable them to carry out EOD procedures and operations in accordance with International Standards, including IMAS. This course is accredited provides the next level of training required for EOD 1 operators to move up into supervisory positions.
This intensive 4-week course is for EOD Operators who have formally completed a recognised EOD 2 course of instruction and who have then gained at least 18 months experience working in the field of EOD. This course has been specifically constructed to meet not only the International Mine Action Standards, but also the NATO EOD competency standards.
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