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Welcome to Kingdom of Cambodia Cambodian National Defense. The development of curriculum in ARF Defense Universities, Colleges and Institutions. Aim.
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Cambodian National Defense
a. upgrading Military training institutions,
b. modernizing the training concept to meet the current requirement,
c. Cooperating with the civil educational institutions, and
d. Ensuring greater coherence between elements of the policy framework.
a. the ultimate aim of modern professional military education and training systems; and
b. improving the effectiveness of RCAF capabilities in relation to governmental bodies and joint, multinational experiences.
(1). operational skills, and
(2). improving strategic knowledge.
d. Advancing military education and training perspectives:
(1). integrated an approach which requires officers to be well- schooled in military strategy,
(2). maximizing the military professional’s mastery of war, and
(3). improving officers’ general knowledge and broadening their view of the international community at large.
e. Education and training curricula for military officers and defense officials which will improve their approach to a professional manner when dealing with future defense and security challenges such as:
(1) tactical studies at all levels;
(2) operational studies at all levels;
(4) international relation;
(5) geographical politic;
(6) military science research and technologies;
(7) foreign languages studies; and
(8) other humanitarian assistance and disaster relief skills for both national and UN operations.
a. gradually modify attitudes and behaviors;
b. enhance leadership and management;
c. improve the knowledge, information and communications; and
d. develop competencies (skills).
a. the development of personal, inter-personal and technical competencies; and
b. broadly deployed training for both, local and international environments.
a. enhance a better use of existing capabilities to meet priority needs, and
b. strengthen the management and coordination of available resources.