To impart specialized multifaceted training to national and multinational military, police and civilian participants on peace operations in accordance with current international standards through research, education and professional programmes.


To promote global peace and security as an international Centre of Excellence.


‘Stepping Up to the Challenge: The Asia-Pacific Actions and Response to Increasing Effective Performance in United Nations Peace Operations’ - 2019



'Embracing Challenges of Modern Peacekeeping Operations: Opportunities for Asia Pacific Nations' - 2018

A delegation from BIPSOT had attended the event which was held in Seoul, South Korea from 20 until 25 May 2018. BIPSOT's delegation was headed by the The Honourable Commandant, Maj Gen Md Enayet Ullah, BSP, ndu, psc and accompanied by Col Mustafizur Rahman, psc.

This is an annual event involving peacekeeping centres around Asian Pasific countries which is dedicated to train and impart the peacekeeping modules towards military personnel, police and civillian who will be deployed to UN's peacekeeping mission areas around the world. This year summit theme was 'Embracing Challenges of Modern Peacekeeping Operations: Opportunities for Asia Pacific Nations'.

A number of 20 countries had participated in this meeting, which was also attended by special guest Lt Gen Carlos Alberto Dos Santos Cruz (Rtd) from Brazil (former MINUSTAH and MUNOSCO Force Commander).



Annual General Meeting and Commander's Workshop-2017



The Asia Pacific Peace Operations Training Centres conducted their workshop at Taj Samudra Hotel from August 1 to 3. The forum brought together military experts from 17 countries. This year’s event was hosted by the Sri Lanka Army.

The idea was initiated by the Bangladesh Institute of Peace Support Operations Training (BIPSOT) in 2008 with direct assistance from Global Peace Operations Initiatives (GPOI). The theme of this year’s AAPTC Workshop was “Challenges of Developing a Robust Peacekeeping Mindset’.

The three-day program provided a platform to identify and discuss the requirement of robust peacekeeping, its relevance and the challenges on implementation.

To appraise on SHARED Course held at Malaysian Peacekeeping Centre from 22 to 30 on June 2016

Institution & Location: Malaysian Peacekeeping Centre (MPC), Port Dickson, Malaysia

UN Staff Officers’ Course (UNSOC) at t Sri Lankan Peacekeeping Training Center on July 2016

At Sri Lankan Peacekeeping Training Center,Maj Habibullah Md Sohel, psc, ASC instructor of  BIPOST  delivering the conduct methodology of Integrated Staff Training Exercise (INSTEX) during Global Peace Operation Initiative (GPOI) sponsored UN Staff Officers’ Course (UNSOC) on July 2016.


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