BUCHAREST, Romania -- A Mobile Training Team from Allied Joint Force Command Naples conducted Information Management training at the headquarters of Multinational Division Southeast, June 27-28, 2016.
The three-man JFC Naples training team was comprised of Spanish civilian Antonio de Frutos, Italian Air Force Warrant Officer Marino Attanssio and Spanish Sgt. 1st Class Emilio Salas.
The team provided an information session, a best practices workshop, hands-on training on NATO IM policies, governance, processes, and tools to an audience made of business and information management personnel from HQ MND-SE as well as from NATO Force Integration Units Romania and Bulgaria.
HQ MND-SE was activated in December, 2015, marking its official integration into the NATO command structure. The new headquarters is a hub for regional cooperation among Allies.
"It has been a privilege and an honor to set up this IM MTT for the first time," said Frutos. "This team, supported by our selection back in Naples, has achieved an important level of IM maturity within the NATO military and civilian bodies, and we are proud that the HQ MND-SE has asked us to share our knowledge and experience with their business and Information Management stakeholders."
Frutos noted that the JFC Naples team looks forward to consolidate the new approach to IM education and training in the future.
The MTT's next training opportunity will be to provide IM mandatory training to the bulk of newcomers that arrive to JFC Naples after the Summer rotation. Moreover, JFC Naples intends to have a permanent instructor at the NATO Information and Knowledge Management course that is delivered three times per year at the NATO school in Oberammergau, Germany.
Story and photos by Multinational Division Southeast Public Affairs Office