Annual General Meeting and Workshop (AAPTC) 2024 Dhaka,Bangladesh.

Welcome to AAPTC

The name of the association is Association of Asia-Pacific Peace Operations Training Centers (AAPTC). In the framework of the UN conceptual objectives referring to the execution of measures for cooperation in peacekeeping education and training. AAPTC is created to promote better efficiency and efficacy in the preparation of personnel appointed for UN operations. The AAPTC is an entity conformed with the centers and government institutions of the the Asia Pacific region dedicated mainly to train and educate members of national armed forces and security forces and civilian personnel appointed to participate in peace keeping operation under UN mandate.

Become a Member

  • a. AAPTC is an open and voluntary association of centers and institutions working in the Asia-Pacific Region whose principle core of activity or function is engaged in peacekeeping research, education and training.
  • b. Entities out of Asia-Pacific Region will be considered as Observer, which on the successive would be invited or request to integrate the Association as member.
  • c. Invitees can also be part of an association, those governmental and nongovernmental academic organizations associated with peacekeeping education andtraining that could be invited by the Association or manifest as interest to participate.
  • d. All member organizations will have the right to vote but Observer and Invitees will not have any right to vote.
  • e. Those participating in the annual conference shall be considered as the active / current member for the AAPTC.
To enhance the operational readiness of peacekeepers with wider regional and global governmental and nongovernmental efforts through Sharing of resources, Sharing of best practices and lessons learnt, Synergizing efforts amongst regional organizations, training and education information sharing.

Aim and objectives
To promulgate an understanding of training standards developed by the UN DPKO ITS and to encourage their adoption. b. To promote the exchange of information and experiences among training institutions regarding different training activities. c. To facilitate the ability of peace keeping training centers to dialogue with each other as a matter of routine.
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