Managing the risks and challenges from Explosive Ordnance

EO Management, non technical

Course contents

With this course, we are enabling individuals working in various non-EOD roles in post-or active conflict countries, that have an explosive ordnance problem, to improve their professional performance, to increase the overall efficiency of the organization they work for, and to raise the level of their personal safety in the field.
Upon successful completion of this course, participants will understand the basics to comprehend hazards, challenges, and solutions in relation to explosive ordnance in a conflict environment. Participants will also gain a better understanding of the inner workings of “mine action” in any given country, thus significantly improving their ability to manage, to mediate or to cooperate with mine action operators, non-governmental organizations as well as governmental bodies, etc.

  • The course is a combined classroom/outdoor course with a high level of practical elements and hands-on experience.
  • There are no pre-requisites for attending this course.
  • Upon request, this course may be offered as an all-female course, providing a safe training- and learning environment for women.

On request

5 Days / 8 hrs each

On request


Course participants will receive a certificate of successful completion of the course.
The certificate will list the name of the participant, the date and course duration and a brief description of the course subjects.


Both versions of the course were designed for non-technical staff. Completing the course does not qualify the participants to work as operators, either as a deminer or an EOD-specialist. Should participants wish to qualify further, and improve their expertise, we can offer the respective, IMAS based, courses.