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Saint-Cyr Coëtquidan Sabres et Casoars EAM
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 La  grande  école  du  commandement   forme   des  chefs  capables  de

décider  en situation difficile, des chefs en vue du combat, quelle que soit sa
nature.
 Le  projet de formation  est le  fruit d’une  tradition  bicentenaire   de
formation  des  officiers.  Il   prend  en  compte  l’extrême   volatilité   des
menaces d’aujourd’hui et de demain. Il propose une double maturation de
l’élève officier durant sa scolarité : celle d’un savoir penser qui permet
d’appréhender  l’imprévisible  et  le soudain, et  celle  d’un  savoir  être  afin
d’entraîner et de convaincre. Au savoir et au savoir faire, doivent s’ajouter
le savoir penser et le savoir être. Cliquez ici pour découvrir une immersion multimédia au sein des écoles de Saint-Cyr Coëtquidan.

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