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“Diver Training for Supervisors for Humanitarian Underwater Demining and Other Underwater works” in Bijela, Montenegro

08.12.2010
Regional Center for Underwater Demining (RCUD) from Montenegro successfully finished diver training for first generation for Supervisors for Humanitarian Underwater Demining and other underwater works. The training was held in Bijela, Montenegro between 15 November and 07 December 2010.
 
The basic objective of training was to provide a qualitative education of diving instructors to attain modern competent knowledge and abilities needed for independent and qualified participation in monitoring process of underwater mines and other unexploded ordnances detection and their neutralization, removal and destruction and execution of all types of underwater works. 

After completing training, the nominee obtained a certificate with following title: SUPERVISOR – in underwater demining and other underwater works. 12 nominees from Croatia (1), Bosnia and Herzegovina (3), Macedonia (2), Serbia (1), Montenegro (4) and Slovenia (1) participated and successfully completed diver training course. 

The training was funded by United States through ITF.