EOD Training

EOD 1 – Explosive Ordnance Disposal Level 1 (Mine Action/UXO)

This 15 day course is designed for those who may want to formalise their vocational qualifications and experience through an academic award and who want to enter the Humanitarian Demining field. Aligned to NOS QUs: 12.7, 12.9, 12.21, 12.23, 12.28, 13.1, 13.2, 13.6, 13.13a

EOD 1 – Explosive Ordnance Disposal Level 1 (Mine Action/UXO)

This 15 day course is designed for people with little or no formal knowledge of explosives and other more experienced explosives workers who may want to formalise their vocational qualifications and experience through an academic award and who want to enter the Humanitarian Demining field or something similar. This course has been specifically constructed to meet not only the International Mine Action Standards, but also the European Union EOD competency standards.

On completion of this course the student will be able to carry out the explosives demolition of UXO, ERM and landmines. This course is accredited by Homeland Security Qualifications and provides an academic recognition.

STUDENT GROUPS

 

  • Students and civilians who may wish to enter the Explosives industry.
  • Government and agencies who want to formalise their staff qualifications for competency and duty of care purposes.
  • NGOs
  • UN staff involved in Humanitarian activities.
  • Military personnel – serving and retired.
  • Law Enforcement – serving and retired.
  • Private Security

QUALIFICATIONS ACHIEVED

 

On successful completion of the course the student will receive ISSEE and HSQ certification.

PRE ATTENDANCE REQUIREMENTS

 

The student must be conversant in English Language.

CONTENT

To introduce the student to the following:

  • High and low explosives, explosive trains, explosive power and effects
  • SOPs for carrying out demolition operations
  • The responsibilities of supervisors of personnel carrying out explosive demolition operations
  • Safe handling of explosives
  • Dangerous area marking, detector / locator equipments, explosive ordnance clearance and mine action search techniques
  • Explosive Ordnance identification of projectiles, mortars, rockets, grenades, mines, air-dropped munitions and sub munitions and guided weapons
  • Methods of demolition / disposal
  • Mine action, to include marking of dangerous areas, clearance techniques and search

NATIONAL OCCUPATIONAL STANDARDS (NOS)

Aligned to NOS QUs: 12.7, 12.9, 12.21, 12.23, 12.28, 13.1, 13.2, 13.6, 13.13a

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