Training is understood to be a complex preparation and development of each member of the unit. Participation in operations (such as Iraq, KOSOVO or Afghanistan) and joint exercises of NATO special forces have created a source of practical knowledge.
Long-term courses abroad provide the chief theoretical knowledge (at our unit, there are at least 15 members who have succesfuly completed such course).
The training is devided into four phases and actually starts by selection procedure and ensuing one year Special Forces Qualification Course.
Personnel structure corresponds to high demands for advanced versatility: 27% University graduates, 65% GCSE graduates and only 8% of undergraduates.