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NATO Deputy Secretary General highlights cooperation and resilience at the Partnership Training and Education Centres Marketplace

The Partnership Training and Education Centres (PTEC) Marketplace is taking place on 7 and 8 November 2023 at NATO Headquarters. This annual gathering brings together a network of training centres and institutions in Allied and partner countries to exchange ideas, expertise, and cutting-edge solutions in military education and training.
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NATO’s Partnership Training and Education Centres commit to supporting Ukraine

NATO’s Partnership Training and Education Centres community will support Ukraine in its military education needs, including on cyber defence, energy security, demining and English language training. This was agreed at the 22nd Annual Partnership Training and Education Centres (PTECs) Conference of Commandants, which took place in Bogota, Colombia.
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NATO Deputy Secretary General opens the Partnership Training and Education Centres Marketplace

The Partnership Training and Education Centres (PTEC) Marketplace is taking place on 15 and 16 November 2022 at NATO Headquarters. This annual gathering last took place in 2019 and had to be suspended throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. After three years, the network of training centres and institutions in NATO Allied and partner countries was brought together again to exchange expertise, forge new links and discuss further synergies in the key domain of military education and training.
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20 years of Partnership Training and Education Centres

The annual Partnership Training and Education Centres (PTEC) Marketplace took place on 5 November 2019 at NATO Headquarters. High-level representatives from 26 PTECs met to exchange expertise, forge new links and discuss further synergies in the key domain of military education and training
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Colombia’s demining centre joins NATO network

On 15 March 2019, the North Atlantic Council welcomed Colombia’s International Demining Centre (CIDES) into the network of NATO Partnership Training and Education Centres (PTEC).
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Allies and partners share education and training expertise

The annual Partnership Training and Education Centre (PTEC) Marketplace took place on 29 November 2018 at NATO Headquarters in Brussels, Belgium. High-level representatives from 23 PTEC from around the world met to exchange expertise, forge new links and discuss further synergies in the key domain of military education and training.
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Allies and partners: sharing skills and expertise

''What PTECs do is the core business of NATO. Education and training is central to interoperability and capacity building, making PTECs a great asset,'' explains Dr Jaroslaw Skonieczka, Senior Director for Integration, Partnerships and Cooperation, NATO International Staff. ''PTECs collectively teach some 16,000 military and civilians per year, which represents a huge investment in the future.''
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A marketplace for training and partnerships

Representatives from some of NATO’s 24 Partnership Training and Education Centres (PTECs) came together at NATO Headquarters on 6-7 February to share ideas and build networks in a two-day annual partnership marketplace.
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Boosting training and education with NATO`s partners

Partnership Training and Education Centres (PTEC) play an essential role in supporting NATO’s objectives for partnership with non-member countries. Initially launched in 1999 under the Partnership for Peace programme to develop training and education activities with Euro-Atlantic partners, activities have since been opened to participation of all partners. Most of the 23 institutions that currently make up the network of centres – of which 12 are located in partner countries – took part in an annual networking event known as the “Marketplace” at NATO Headquarters on 15 and 16 February.

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