Military Training and Development Centre

Military Training and Development Centre

 

voros miklos

Dr. (Lt. Col.) Miklós Vörös PhD, Associate Professor
Head of Centre

Lt. Col. Dr. Miklós Vörös (PhD) graduated from the University of Telecommunication in Saint-Petersburg, Russia. He carried on a career in teaching between 1981 and 2007. He had been a staff member of NUPS’s predecessor institution, Zrínyi Miklós National Defence University since 1996, and then he has fulfilled more leadership positions at the university, e.g. Director of the Centre for Distance Learning Coordination.

 

 

 

 

Contacts:

Office: H-1101 Budapest, Hungária krt. Zrínyi Campus
Phone: (36) 1 432 9000/ 29668
E-mail: Voros.Miklos@uni-nke.hu




 

The Military Training and Development Centre is in charge of static professional retraining and further training (senior military leaders, staff officers, operations, military tactics and different military training and knowledge-development) courses, as well as foreign and Hungarian language and ECDL courses approved by the MOD and outlined in annual school attendance plans issued by the Personnel Branch of the General Staff.

The courses are primarily available for the staff of the Hungarian Defence Forces and MOD, but they may also be attended by officers of NATO/PfP and those of other nations.

The Military Training and Development Centre, supervised by the Deputy Dean for Education of the Faculty of Military Sciences and Officer Training, performs the following tasks:

  • Planning and coordinating the development of training and education programmes in accordance with the conditions and requirements set by the General Staff and in cooperation with the University, the MOD and responsible organisations of the Hungarian Defence Forces;
  • Planning resources necessary for the courses, coordinating the supply of resources, coordinating the development of training programmes and the execution of trainings;
  • Enforcing the principles and requirements of quality assurance, assuring a permanent suitability to the requirements of the “client”;
  • Providing adequate information to students admitted to courses, maintaining contacts with students and managing their academic matters, keeping necessary records and registers, cooperating with registry offices;
  • Supporting and fostering activities aimed at distance/e-learning and self-training based on modern technology as well as developing complex distance/e- learning services;
  • Disseminating research findings and experience related to distance/e- learning;
  • Representing the University and the Faculty of Military Sciences and Officer Training in professional functions concerning the activities of the Centre, developing domestic and international professional relations;
  • Participating in the national defence education programme of the Government.