Military English. Professional development.

Part 1. CyberSecurity on Military
English
Cyber Security on Military
How to Create a Growth Hacking Framework
Create Hacker Curriculum
An Introduction to Internet Infrastructure. Reading skills
THE ATTACK OF HACKING
Create a report the 5W’s: Who, What ,Where, When,Why.
Maintenance of networks, hardware and software
Ransomware Attack
How does a encryption work?
Password Cracking and Countermeasures
Key Terms
Listening on Purpose
Cryptanalytic Attack
Speaking Club. Cyber Warfare

Requirements

  • Professional development.

Description

Learning English for Purposes.- individual- learning in teams.

In Case studies the skills are learned through facilitation, rather than presentation.

Supported by the coursebook.

Part 1. CyberSecurity on Military

This part aims to address cybersecurity broadly but in sufficient depth that non-technical experts will develop a more complete picture of the technological issues and technology experts will more completely appreciate national and international security policy and defense policy implications.

The rapid and unrelenting pace of changes and challenges in cybersecurity was the driving force that prompted the ESCWG to request this curriculum effort, in accordance with NATO’s increased emphasis on improving cybersecurity awareness, preparedness, and resilience.

- Cyberspace and the Fundamentals of Cybersecurity

-  Risk Vectors

Some learners do not have enough background knowledge to understand information (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Internet Marketing/Blogging can`t Help here).

21st Century Skill Development.

Speaking Club Function.

- Hacking-framework

- Create a Hacker Curriculum

- An Introduction to Internet Infrastructure. Reading skills.

- Put yourself into hackers

- Learning by Doing, In the Army Now

- Why do we need to encrypt data?

- Revision

Supported by the coursebook " Military English. Learning by doing.: Professional development. Case studies." by Marina Hrabar.  Paperback: 246 pages

  • Publisher: Independently published (May 8, 2020)

  • Language: English

  • ISBN-13: 979-8650022886

Visual Reading. Digital versions of printed books. It provides practical insights that the reader can implement easily and achieve results. At the end of each unit, there is a vocabulary section so as each student could review the specific military terminology and the information.

* English Level from B2




Who this course is for:

  • Non-technical experts will develop a more complete picture of the technological issues
  • Technology experts will more completely appreciate national and international security policy and defense policy implications.

Course content

8 sections27 lectures3h 16m total length
  • Course Aims
    01:29
  • Military English. Learning by doing: Professional development. Case studies.
    05:25
  • Support for e-book
    01:03

Instructor

Consultant/trainer
Marina Hrabar
  • 3.3 Instructor Rating
  • 108 Reviews
  • 11,497 Students
  • 8 Courses

Marina Hrabar has provided management and communication consultation to businesses, industries, and nonprofits since 2000.

She is a consultant/trainer specializing in strategic planning, leadership development, organizational behavior, change management, engineering and business process expertise, business writing and advertising, and negotiation and presentation skills. Marina has earned a Master’s Degree in Education, Masters of Science Degree in Civil Engineering, and holds a Bachelor of Science in Accounting.

She is also a qualified TESOL teacher (from Arizona State University, U.S.), and attends ongoing educational programs to strengthen her skills and keep abreast of current research. She has numerous certifications.

Marina has published several articles and books in the area of management and education. She is on the Board of several organizations.

She has a broad work history with large corporations, small businesses. She has designed and led training programs for numerous organizations in the public and private sectors.