Latest M-ADAA member courses


Our latest M-ADAA members who have recently completed or are still in Australia attending their respective courses are as presented here.

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The group photo of the latest members features, from left: CAPT Mohd Fadil bin Abu Sirin, Commander Douglas Griffiths RAN, SBLT Soong Wen Hui RMN and LT Muhaika bin Che Muhamad RMAF.

 

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LT Che Muhaika bin Che Muhamad RMAF is attending the Explosive Ordnance Introduction Course (EOIC) conducted at the Defence Explosive Ordnance Training School (DEOTS), Orchard Hills, preceded by a one-week course at the Defence International Training Centre (DITC). The aim of the EOIC is graduate personnel who are competent to work safely with explosives. Commander Douglas Griffiths RAN, Australian Assistant Defence Adviser seen here presenting LT Muhaika bin Che Muhamad from the Royal Malaysian Air Force with his M-ADAA member coin.

 

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CAPT Mohd Fadil bin Abu Sirin is attending the Logistic Officer Advanced Course (LOAC) conducted by the Australian Army School of Logistic Operations in Bandiana, preceded by a one-week familiarisation course at the Defence International Training Centre (DITC). The aim of the LOAC is to prepare officers for the integrated logistic aspects of command and staff appointments at the rank of Major. Commander Douglas Griffiths RAN, Australian Assistant Defence Adviser presenting CAPT Mohd Fadil bin Abu Sirin from the Malaysian Army with his M-ADAA member coin.

 

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SBLT Soong Wen Hui is attending the New Entry Officers Course (NEOC) conducted at the Royal Australian Naval College (RANC) HMAS Creswell, preceded by a two-week familiarisation and a three-week pre-officer training preparation at the Defence International Training Centre (DITC). The aim of the NEOC is to provide the knowledge, skills and attitudes to enable a junior officer to contribute effectively and to lead a naval team. The course comprises initial officer training for junior officers upon entry to the RAN. It is identified as the first stage of the leadership and management continuum for junior officers. Commander Douglas Griffiths RAN, Australian Assistant Defence Adviser seen here presenting SBLT Soong Wen Hui from the Royal Malaysian Navy with her M-ADAA member coin.