Analyse potential threats against national security

Description

Analyse the possibilities of potential threats and actions taken against national security in order to develop preventive measures and aid with the development of military tactics and operations.

Alternative labels

investigate potential threats against national safety
identify potential threats against national safety
scrutinise potential threats against national safety
scrutinise potential threats against national security
identify potential threats against national security
investigate potential threats against national security

Skill type

skill/competence

Skill reusability level

sector-specific

Relationships with occupations

Essential skill

Analyse potential threats against national security is an essential skill of the following occupations:

Brigadier: Brigadiers command large units of troops called brigades, oversee strategic and tactical planning, and monitor operations of their brigade. They manage the headquarters of the brigade’s division and ensure correct operations of the division on base and in the field.
Army general: Army generals command large divisions of the army. They perform management duties, administrative duties, and planning and strategic duties. They develop policies for the improvement of the military and general defence, and ensure the nation’s safety.

Optional skill

Analyse potential threats against national security is optional for these occupations. This means knowing this skill may be an asset for career advancement if you are in one of these occupations.

Ambassador: Ambassadors represent their own government in foreign countries for diplomatic and peace-keeping purposes. They deal with political negotiation between the country of origin and the country where they are stationed and ensure the protection of citizens from their home nation in the nation they are stationed. They facilitate communication between the two nations and perform advisory functions to the home government to help develop foreign policy.
Political affairs officer: Political affairs officers analyse developments in foreign politics and other policy matters, monitor conflicts and consult on mediation measures, as well as other developmental strategies. They write reports to ensure communication with governmental bodies, and develop policies and implementation methods.
Army captain: Army captains aid in the supervision of large units of soldiers, as well as perform planning and strategic duties in tactical operations. They also ensure equipment maintenance and provide support in logistic matters as well as support during operations.
Colonel: Colonels serve in the staff of a military commander, and function as primary advisers in operational and strategic decision-making to senior officers.

 


 

References

  1. Analyse potential threats against national security – ESCO

 

Last updated on September 20, 2022