Intelligence Management Courses

Intelligence Management Courses

Intelligence Management Courses
Train your personnel in intelligence processes and how to be intelligence managers

See also: intelligence-analysis courses | intelligence-collection courses

Basic Operational Intelligence Course
  • Description: Introduces students to, and practises them in, intelligence processes, such as the intelligence cycle, collection management, intelligence preparation of the battlefield, writing for release and writing various forms of intelligence summary.
  • Length: 2 to 3 weeks.
  • Students: Those new to operational intelligence (e.g. Intelligence branch recruits or new analysts).
  • Output: Trained analysts with the ability to deliver functional intelligence products in an operational environment (e.g. in a counter-terrorist context).

Junior Officers’ Intelligence Course
  • Description: As above but for officer-level students earmarked for the intelligence community. The focus is on managing and directing the intelligence processes above.
  • Length: 2 to 3 weeks.
  • Students: Officers or officer-level students who are new to operational intelligence.
  • Output: Officers trained to direct and manage intelligence processes, perform quality control prior to dissemination in an operational context.

Targeting in Counter-Terrorist and High-Threat Environments
  • Description: Instructs intelligence practitioners in the targeting process, building target packs and the successful prosecution of effects-based targeting.
  • Length: 1-2 weeks.
  • Students: SNCOs or officers.
  • Output: Operationally focussed intelligence practioners able to identify gaps, direct intelligence collection and construct intelligence briefs to enable effective targeting.

ISTAR Managers’ Course
  • Description: Revises students on the intelligence processes before introducing and practising them on Requirements Management and Collection Management. It covers prioritising collection assets and the pros and cons of different types of intelligence.
  • Length: 2 weeks.
  • Students: Staff officers who will manage intelligence collection and also officers who command collection assets.
  • Output: Trained officers who are able to assist in direction (commander’s requirements) as well as task and prioritise collection using a range of intelligence assets.

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