Being OKM an open methodology which requires constant adaptation of the various activities to changing situations of the modern world, the process of formation of its instructors is an ongoing process. It has a beginning but no end.
If you are a professional with an open mind and have motivation to learn, beyond just simple techniques.
If you are interested in being part of an ongoing enrichment process, contributing with your ideas for the benefit of all members of our family, do not hesitate.
You have reached the right place !!!
Basic formation process:
The basic formation process of an OKM instructor, is a unique qualification process of 8-12 months, depending on the availability of each of the trainees.
The basic formation process is composed of the following five modules:
Module 1: 4 days theoretical and practical seminar on special OKM philosophy and methodology.
Module 2: Distant learning: analysis of relevant incidents. Identification of relevant elements related to the broad training concepts, covered by OKM philosophy. Preparation of practical drills that lead to the development of these elements / skills.
Module 3: Filming short methodological videos with associated technical and tactical content.
Module 4: Preparation of an academic thesis. Definition of a relevant topic and presentation of a "thesis" related to the specific elected topic. Theoretical study of the subject, description of the relevance of its content to the objectives of OKM, and preparation of a five-session seminar, for the practical implementation of elected topics at regular OKM training.
Examples of possible topics:
Setting the foundations of OKM, for specific targeted publics: children, youth, elderly, youth at risks, disabled, etc.
Application of OKM bases for the development of various skills: sensitization and behavioral prevention, incident management, decision making under pressure, identifying factors of abnormal behavior, body language, leadership, teamwork, etc.
Adaptation of OKM methodology to Law Enforcement, Security and Defense units: Development of operational awareness, suspects identification , tactical positioning, integration of operational tools and weappons (lethal and non-lethal) with OKM principles; OKM for VIP protection, adaptation to military activities, police, prisons, etc.
5. Module 5: Practical seminar in which students must implement the concepts presented in
their academic thesis.