عنوان مقاله [English]
One of the best ways to deal with soft threats is to raise awareness and insight among people, target groups and especially managers, stakeholders and
socio-cultural planners through education. The present article, with the aim of managing soft threats in the field of education, has been compiled using the views of experts and based on the guidelines of the Supreme Leader. The research method was a combination of qualitative part with analysis of the content of leadership discourse and quantitative part with description of the collected data. Its data collection tool has been purposefully implemented by conducting a questionnaire in the statistical community among 50 cultural, social and security experts. In this study, three components include: general objectives of the educational model (with 5 indicators), learners 'competencies (with 7 indicators) and learners' abilities (with 7 corresponding indicators in three areas of knowledge, motivation and skills), from the perspective of experts As a result, it is confirmed by Cronbach's alpha coefficient of 0.76. The abilities and capabilities of learners as the output of the training model for dealing with soft threats should be desirable for the great leader of the Islamic Revolution; It means "people with sufficient knowledge of soft threat and its tools and methods, capable of managing the cultural scene, benefiting of Ammar's insight (the first Muslim to build a mosque), having patience like Malik al-Ashtar (one of the loyal companions of imam Ali (a.s)) and hoping for a victorious future."