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Microsoft PowerPoint - 09 Reference Scenario and Safety Criteria_vJUL13 Reference Scenario Module 9 – Activity 4 European Airspace Concept Workshops for PBN Implementation Airspace Concept Workshop 2 Objective  This module provides an overview of: – The development of a (critical) reference scenario and importance of this in the context of PBN Airspace Concept. – The performance and safety criteria to judge whether the implementation is eventually successful or not. Airspace Concept Workshop 3 Why?  Reference Scenario enables you to identify your current operations; – Positive – Negative – Benchmark Airspace Concept Workshop 4 Why Not?  In order to improve you need to measure  No means of comparison  New concept could be worse  Using only procedures and LOAs will not provide realistic overview Airspace Concept Workshop 5 Types  Reference Scenario  Pseudo Reference Scenario – Takes into account near term changes that will effect the PBN Airspace Concept Airspace Concept Workshop 6 Pseudo Ref Not currently in use but to be implemented in the short-term* as a result of previous project.
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Score: 557408.15 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...20Safety%20Criteria_vJUL13.pdf
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Remarks by USG Stephen O'Brien Remarks at the Global Humanitarian Overview 2016 Status Report ‘Investing in Humanity: Meeting the needs of vulnerable people in 2016' Opening remarks to the Humanitarian Affairs Segment Moving beyond business as usual: Working together to reduce need, risk and vulnerability   Key documents Synthesis report 2016 Secretary-General report 2016 ECOSOC resolution   Documentation Agenda Calendar   High-Level Panels and Transition Event Concept Note - High-Level Panel on “Moving beyond business as usual: Working together to reduce need, risk and vulnerability” Concept Note - High-Level Panel on “Leaving No One Behind: Addressing Forced Displacement”  Concept Note - High-Level Panel – "Impediments to the Protection of Civilians"  Concept Note - Transition from relief to development: Understanding the Humanitarian-Development nexus   Side Events Concept Note: Investing in Humanity: meeting the needs of vulnerable people in 2016 Concept Note: Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment in the Post-WHS Landscape: Taking the Gender Commitments Forward  Concept Note: Urban Crises and the New Urban Agenda Concept Note: Better humanitarian- development cooperation for sustainable results on the ground Concept Note: The Humanitarian Data Landscape: From Local to Global Use and Impact Concept Note: Protection from Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA): Translating Articulated Commitments into Concrete Action for Preventing and Addressing SEA Concept Note: The role and contribution of collective response evaluation for accountability and learning to accelerate progress towards the 2030 Agenda  C oncept Note: Including the Excluded: Addressing Rights of Persons with Disabilities in Situations of Risk and Humanitarian Concept Note: One month on from the World Humanitarian Summit: What next for humanitarian financing?  Concept Note: UN Humanitarian Pooled Funds in the Post-WHS Era  Concept Note: The Future of Global Humanitarian Health Response  Concept Note: Ending Needs in the Lake Chad Basin: Working Together to Leave No One Behind  Concept Note: Addressing protracted internal displacement: a multi-faceted challenge  Concept Note: Colombia’s humanitarian efforts: Benchmarking the comprehensive attention to victims of the internal conflict  Concept Note: Maximizing the contribution of cash-based programming to ending extreme poverty and achieving zero hunger Concept Note: Reducing risk, promoting resilience and aiding recovery: New York Launch of the Inter-agency Standing Committee Guidelines for Integrating Gender-based Violence Interventions in Humanitarian Action Concept Note: Safeguarding health access in conflict, upholding international humanitarian law - Global Protection Cluster Concept Note: Strengthening Africa’s effectiveness for humanitarian action Concept Note: Resilience to Natural Hazards and Climate-Induced Disasters Concept Note: Taking the Agenda for Humanity Forward: The Secretary-General’s report on the outcomes of the World Humanitarian Summit    Background Documents 2015 ECOSOC Humanitarian Affairs Segment Synthesis A/71/82 - E/2016/60 - Report of the Secretary-General on Strengthening of the coordination of emergency humanitarian assistance of the United Nations All ECOSOC reports       SUBSCRIBE TO RECEIVE OCHA'S INFORMATION PRODUCTS SUBSCRIBE Contact us OCHA Sites Follow us Facebook UNOCHA Twitter UNReliefChief Twitter LinkedIn Instagram YouTube Support us Governments, corporations and foundations: ocha.donor.relations@un.org Individuals can donate here: DONATE Copyright Terms of Use Privacy Notice © United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
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Remarks by USG Stephen O'Brien Remarks at the Global Humanitarian Overview 2016 Status Report ‘Investing in Humanity: Meeting the needs of vulnerable people in 2016' Opening remarks to the Humanitarian Affairs Segment Moving beyond business as usual: Working together to reduce need, risk and vulnerability   Key documents Synthesis report 2016 Secretary-General report 2016 ECOSOC resolution   Documentation Agenda Calendar   High-Level Panels and Transition Event Concept Note - High-Level Panel on “Moving beyond business as usual: Working together to reduce need, risk and vulnerability” Concept Note - High-Level Panel on “Leaving No One Behind: Addressing Forced Displacement”  Concept Note - High-Level Panel – "Impediments to the Protection of Civilians"  Concept Note - Transition from relief to development: Understanding the Humanitarian-Development nexus   Side Events Concept Note: Investing in Humanity: meeting the needs of vulnerable people in 2016 Concept Note: Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment in the Post-WHS Landscape: Taking the Gender Commitments Forward  Concept Note: Urban Crises and the New Urban Agenda Concept Note: Better humanitarian- development cooperation for sustainable results on the ground Concept Note: The Humanitarian Data Landscape: From Local to Global Use and Impact Concept Note: Protection from Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA): Translating Articulated Commitments into Concrete Action for Preventing and Addressing SEA Concept Note: The role and contribution of collective response evaluation for accountability and learning to accelerate progress towards the 2030 Agenda  C oncept Note: Including the Excluded: Addressing Rights of Persons with Disabilities in Situations of Risk and Humanitarian Concept Note: One month on from the World Humanitarian Summit: What next for humanitarian financing?  Concept Note: UN Humanitarian Pooled Funds in the Post-WHS Era  Concept Note: The Future of Global Humanitarian Health Response  Concept Note: Ending Needs in the Lake Chad Basin: Working Together to Leave No One Behind  Concept Note: Addressing protracted internal displacement: a multi-faceted challenge  Concept Note: Colombia’s humanitarian efforts: Benchmarking the comprehensive attention to victims of the internal conflict  Concept Note: Maximizing the contribution of cash-based programming to ending extreme poverty and achieving zero hunger Concept Note: Reducing risk, promoting resilience and aiding recovery: New York Launch of the Inter-agency Standing Committee Guidelines for Integrating Gender-based Violence Interventions in Humanitarian Action Concept Note: Safeguarding health access in conflict, upholding international humanitarian law - Global Protection Cluster Concept Note: Strengthening Africa’s effectiveness for humanitarian action Concept Note: Resilience to Natural Hazards and Climate-Induced Disasters Concept Note: Taking the Agenda for Humanity Forward: The Secretary-General’s report on the outcomes of the World Humanitarian Summit    Background Documents 2015 ECOSOC Humanitarian Affairs Segment Synthesis A/71/82 - E/2016/60 - Report of the Secretary-General on Strengthening of the coordination of emergency humanitarian assistance of the United Nations All ECOSOC reports       SUBSCRIBE TO RECEIVE OCHA'S INFORMATION PRODUCTS SUBSCRIBE Contact us OCHA Sites Follow us Facebook UNOCHA Twitter UNReliefChief Twitter LinkedIn Instagram YouTube Support us Governments, corporations and foundations: ocha.donor.relations@un.org Individuals can donate here: DONATE Copyright Terms of Use Privacy Notice © United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
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Score: 552367 - https://www.unocha.org/fr/ecosoc-2016
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Remarks by USG Stephen O'Brien Remarks at the Global Humanitarian Overview 2016 Status Report ‘Investing in Humanity: Meeting the needs of vulnerable people in 2016' Opening remarks to the Humanitarian Affairs Segment Moving beyond business as usual: Working together to reduce need, risk and vulnerability   Key documents Synthesis report 2016 Secretary-General report 2016 ECOSOC resolution   Documentation Agenda Calendar   High-Level Panels and Transition Event Concept Note - High-Level Panel on “Moving beyond business as usual: Working together to reduce need, risk and vulnerability” Concept Note - High-Level Panel on “Leaving No One Behind: Addressing Forced Displacement”  Concept Note - High-Level Panel – "Impediments to the Protection of Civilians"  Concept Note - Transition from relief to development: Understanding the Humanitarian-Development nexus   Side Events Concept Note: Investing in Humanity: meeting the needs of vulnerable people in 2016 Concept Note: Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment in the Post-WHS Landscape: Taking the Gender Commitments Forward  Concept Note: Urban Crises and the New Urban Agenda Concept Note: Better humanitarian- development cooperation for sustainable results on the ground Concept Note: The Humanitarian Data Landscape: From Local to Global Use and Impact Concept Note: Protection from Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA): Translating Articulated Commitments into Concrete Action for Preventing and Addressing SEA Concept Note: The role and contribution of collective response evaluation for accountability and learning to accelerate progress towards the 2030 Agenda  C oncept Note: Including the Excluded: Addressing Rights of Persons with Disabilities in Situations of Risk and Humanitarian Concept Note: One month on from the World Humanitarian Summit: What next for humanitarian financing?  Concept Note: UN Humanitarian Pooled Funds in the Post-WHS Era  Concept Note: The Future of Global Humanitarian Health Response  Concept Note: Ending Needs in the Lake Chad Basin: Working Together to Leave No One Behind  Concept Note: Addressing protracted internal displacement: a multi-faceted challenge  Concept Note: Colombia’s humanitarian efforts: Benchmarking the comprehensive attention to victims of the internal conflict  Concept Note: Maximizing the contribution of cash-based programming to ending extreme poverty and achieving zero hunger Concept Note: Reducing risk, promoting resilience and aiding recovery: New York Launch of the Inter-agency Standing Committee Guidelines for Integrating Gender-based Violence Interventions in Humanitarian Action Concept Note: Safeguarding health access in conflict, upholding international humanitarian law - Global Protection Cluster Concept Note: Strengthening Africa’s effectiveness for humanitarian action Concept Note: Resilience to Natural Hazards and Climate-Induced Disasters Concept Note: Taking the Agenda for Humanity Forward: The Secretary-General’s report on the outcomes of the World Humanitarian Summit    Background Documents 2015 ECOSOC Humanitarian Affairs Segment Synthesis A/71/82 - E/2016/60 - Report of the Secretary-General on Strengthening of the coordination of emergency humanitarian assistance of the United Nations All ECOSOC reports       SUBSCRIBE TO RECEIVE OCHA'S INFORMATION PRODUCTS SUBSCRIBE Contact us OCHA Sites Follow us Facebook UNOCHA Twitter UNReliefChief Twitter LinkedIn Instagram YouTube Support us Governments, corporations and foundations: ocha.donor.relations@un.org Individuals can donate here: DONATE Copyright Terms of Use Privacy Notice © United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
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Remarks by USG Stephen O'Brien Remarks at the Global Humanitarian Overview 2016 Status Report ‘Investing in Humanity: Meeting the needs of vulnerable people in 2016' Opening remarks to the Humanitarian Affairs Segment Moving beyond business as usual: Working together to reduce need, risk and vulnerability   Key documents Synthesis report 2016 Secretary-General report 2016 ECOSOC resolution   Documentation Agenda Calendar   High-Level Panels and Transition Event Concept Note - High-Level Panel on “Moving beyond business as usual: Working together to reduce need, risk and vulnerability” Concept Note - High-Level Panel on “Leaving No One Behind: Addressing Forced Displacement”  Concept Note - High-Level Panel – "Impediments to the Protection of Civilians"  Concept Note - Transition from relief to development: Understanding the Humanitarian-Development nexus   Side Events Concept Note: Investing in Humanity: meeting the needs of vulnerable people in 2016 Concept Note: Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment in the Post-WHS Landscape: Taking the Gender Commitments Forward  Concept Note: Urban Crises and the New Urban Agenda Concept Note: Better humanitarian- development cooperation for sustainable results on the ground Concept Note: The Humanitarian Data Landscape: From Local to Global Use and Impact Concept Note: Protection from Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA): Translating Articulated Commitments into Concrete Action for Preventing and Addressing SEA Concept Note: The role and contribution of collective response evaluation for accountability and learning to accelerate progress towards the 2030 Agenda  C oncept Note: Including the Excluded: Addressing Rights of Persons with Disabilities in Situations of Risk and Humanitarian Concept Note: One month on from the World Humanitarian Summit: What next for humanitarian financing?  Concept Note: UN Humanitarian Pooled Funds in the Post-WHS Era  Concept Note: The Future of Global Humanitarian Health Response  Concept Note: Ending Needs in the Lake Chad Basin: Working Together to Leave No One Behind  Concept Note: Addressing protracted internal displacement: a multi-faceted challenge  Concept Note: Colombia’s humanitarian efforts: Benchmarking the comprehensive attention to victims of the internal conflict  Concept Note: Maximizing the contribution of cash-based programming to ending extreme poverty and achieving zero hunger Concept Note: Reducing risk, promoting resilience and aiding recovery: New York Launch of the Inter-agency Standing Committee Guidelines for Integrating Gender-based Violence Interventions in Humanitarian Action Concept Note: Safeguarding health access in conflict, upholding international humanitarian law - Global Protection Cluster Concept Note: Strengthening Africa’s effectiveness for humanitarian action Concept Note: Resilience to Natural Hazards and Climate-Induced Disasters Concept Note: Taking the Agenda for Humanity Forward: The Secretary-General’s report on the outcomes of the World Humanitarian Summit    Background Documents 2015 ECOSOC Humanitarian Affairs Segment Synthesis A/71/82 - E/2016/60 - Report of the Secretary-General on Strengthening of the coordination of emergency humanitarian assistance of the United Nations All ECOSOC reports       SUBSCRIBE TO RECEIVE OCHA'S INFORMATION PRODUCTS SUBSCRIBE Contact us OCHA Sites Follow us Facebook UNOCHA Twitter UNReliefChief Twitter LinkedIn Instagram YouTube Support us Governments, corporations and foundations: ocha.donor.relations@un.org Individuals can donate here: DONATE Copyright Terms of Use Privacy Notice © United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
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Economic and Social Council Humanitarian Affairs Segment 9 to 11 June 2020 Preceded by the Transition Event on 8 June Draft Calendar (as of 10 June) Monday 8 June Tuesday 9 June Wednesday 10 June Thursday 11 June Friday 12 June ALL TIMES ARE NEW YORK LOCAL TIME ECOSOC HAS Opening session 9:00-10:00 Side event (Community Engagement) 8:00-9:30 Concept note Registration Side event (Anticipatory Action) 8:00-9:30 Concept note Registration Side event (Mental Health and Psychosocial Support) 9:00-10:30 Concept note Registration Transition event 10:00-12:30 Concept note High-Level Panel (Health) 10:00-12:30 Concept note High-Level Panel (Technology and innovation) 10:00-12:30 Concept note High-Level Panel (IDPs) 10:00-12:30 Concept note Side event (Humanitarian impact of EWIPA) 11:00-12:30 Concept note Registration High-Level Event (SGBV) 13:00-14:30 Concept note Side event (Child Protection) 13:00-14:30 Concept note Registration Side event (CT and safeguarding humanitarian space) 13:00-14:30 Concept note Registration Side event (Displacement) 13:00-14:30 Concept Note Registration Side event (Inclusive Humanitarian Action) 14:30-16:00 Concept note Registration Closing Session 14:30-16:00 https://www.unocha.org/sites/unocha/files/Side%20Event%20Concept%20Note%20-%20Community%20Engagement.pdf http://ifrc.webex.com/ifrc/j.php? (...) MTID=e57644aa3e07a2372ff294a383d243db7 https://www.unocha.org/sites/unocha/files/Provisional%20Concept%20Note%20for%20the%202020%20Transition%20Event.pdf https://www.unocha.org/sites/unocha/files/Concept%20Note%20for%20High-Level%20Panel%20on%20Health%20Challenges.pdf https://www.unocha.org/sites/unocha/files/Concept%20Note%20for%20High-Level%20Panel%20on%20New%20Technology%20and%20Innovation.pdf https://www.unocha.org/sites/unocha/files/Concept%20Note%20for%20High-Level%20Panel%20on%20Internal%20Displacement.pdf https://www.unocha.org/sites/unocha/files/Side%20Event%20Concept%20Note%20-%20EWIPA.pdf https://forms.gle/a7ZUAQFRF8sqFLMW8 https://www.unocha.org/sites/unocha/files/Concept%20Note%20for%20High-Level%20Event%20on%20Sexual%20and%20Gender%20Based%20Violence.pdf https://www.unocha.org/sites/unocha/files/Side%20Event%20Concept%20Note%20-%20Child%20Protection.pdf http://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScdcrEUq_f-s-sUtLO_5WLFa7z_ma_qDiJMPSBPOlXVuwjRog/viewform https://www.unocha.org/sites/unocha/files/Side%20Event%20Concept%20Note%20-%20Counterterrorism.pdf https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdmfUhQLw0UzmOnrGtQp04ibYJEKxFMkK6611x7jNwtw81eVQ/viewform https://www.unocha.org/sites/unocha/files/Side%20Event%20Concept%20Note%20-%20Displacement.pdf https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeQDPEkYazGi2W-o17beMFAI3PnU4bNBB_k-dd3UkvQ4QUI3Q/viewform?
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Developing an Implementation Research Proposal Module 6: Monitoring and evaluating an IR project Six steps in the IR process Expected outcomes Key concepts Monitoring & evaluation plan Developing an M&E plan Implementing the M&E plan Application of key concepts Presentation outline Expected Outcomes On completion of this module, participants will be able to Appreciate the process involved in the development of an M&E plan Describe the implementation process of an M&E plan Key Concepts Monitoring and evaluation plan Developing an M&E Plan Implementing the M&E plan Key concept 1 M&E plan How do you define a M&E plan of a project ? (...) How will the data for M & E be collected and analysed? Key concept 1 M&E plan What are the uses of an M&E plan? Key concept 1 M&E plan Uses of an M&E plan: - Stating how the project will measure its achievements - Documenting consensus thereby encouraging transparency and responsibility - Guiding M&E implementation - Preserving institutional memory Key concept 1 M&E plan Key concept 1 M&E plan An M&E plan is built on the key parameters of a project: • Overall goal • Main beneficiaries or audience • Hypotheses or assumptions • Project scope and size • Extent of capacity for M&E • Project duration • Overall project budget Standards for an M&E plan Utility Feasibility Ethically Sound Accuracy Key Concept 1 M&E Plan Key concept 2 Setting up or Developing an M&E plan What issues should you consider before you set up an M&E plan?
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Score: 550013.77 - https://www.who.int/tdr/public...olkit/Module6-slides_Final.pdf
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Microsoft PowerPoint - Operational Concept Summary Global Air Traffic Management Global Air Traffic Management Operational ConceptOperational Concept Review Review Cairo, 30 November 2005Cairo, 30 November 2005 Arthur Bradshaw Chairman, Air Traffic Management Requirements and Performance Panel 2 Air Traffic ManagementAir Traffic Management Air traffic management is the dynamic, integrated management of air traffic and airspace — safely, economically and efficiently — through the provision of facilities and seamless services in collaboration with all parties. 3 Global Air Traffic Management Global Air Traffic Management Operational ConceptOperational Concept The ATM operational concept is a vision that describes how an integrated global ATM system should operate. The concept provides States and industry with clearer objectives for the design and implementation of ATM and supporting CNS systems. 4 Vision statementVision statement To achieve an interoperable global air traffic management system for all users during all phases of flight, that • meets agreed levels of safety • provides for optimum economic operations • is environmentally sustainable and • meets national security requirements 5 Scope of the ATM conceptScope of the ATM concept The global ATM operational concept addresses what is needed to increase user flexibility and maximize operating efficiencies in order to: • increase system capacity and • improve safety levels in the future air traffic management system 6 7 8 FundamentalsFundamentals ATM Community Guiding principles Expectations Concept components Expected benefits 9 Guiding Principles in six main areas:Guiding Principles in six main areas: Safety Humans Technology Information Collaboration Continuity 10 Eleven ExpectationsEleven Expectations (in alphabetical order)(in alphabetical order) Access and Equity Capacity Cost-effectiveness Efficiency Environment Flexibility Global interoperability Participation by the ATM community Predictability Safety Security 11 OUTCOMES / USER EXPECTATIONSOUTCOMES / USER EXPECTATIONS SAFETYTOTAL SYSTEM PERFORMANCE ATM OPERATIONAL CONCEPTATM OPERATIONAL CONCEPTATM OPERATIONAL CONCEPT System delivered trajectorySystem delivered trajectoryUser requested trajectoryUser requested trajectory 12 Seven Concept ComponentsSeven Concept Components Airspace organization and management Aerodrome operations Demand and capacity balancing Traffic synchronization Airspace user operations Conflict management ATM service delivery management 13 Elements AOMAOMAirspace Organization and Management CMCMConflict Management TSTSTraffic Sequencing DCBDCBDemand / Capacity Balancing ATMOC ComponentsATMOC ComponentsATMOC Components 14 Actors/Activities ADOPSADOPSAerodrome Operations AIROPSAIROPSAirspace user Operations ATMSDATMSDATM Service Delivery Management ATMOC ComponentsATMOC ComponentsATMOC Components 15 Collaborative Decision Making Collaborative Decision Making and Information Managementand Information Management Means achieving an acceptable solution that takes into account the needs of those involved Requires a spirit of cooperation Resolves competing demands for an ATM resource and facilitates the safe sharing of that resource among airspace users Will ensure the cohesion and linkage between the seven concept components 16 Medium/Glue IM/SIM/SInformation Management/Services CDMCDMCollaborative Decision Making ATMOC PrerequisitesATMOC PrerequisitesATMOC Prerequisites 17 ATMOC = Integrated ServicesATMOC = Integrated Services ElementsElements Actor / Actor / ActivitiesActivities Medium / Medium / GlueGlue OUTCOMES (USER EXPECTATIONS) ATM OPERATIONAL CONCEPTATM OPERATIONAL CONCEPTATM OPERATIONAL CONCEPT ATMOC Components 18 1.1. The meeting is invited to take note of the need to consider the The meeting is invited to take note of the need to consider the impact of the ICAO ATM Operational Concept, on the region.impact of the ICAO ATM Operational Concept, on the region. 2.2.
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Score: 546026.86 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...tional%20concept%20summary.pdf
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Microsoft PowerPoint - 00 Workshop Introduction_vJUL13 Introduction European Airspace Concept Workshops for PBN Implementation Airspace Concept Workshop 2 OBJECTIVES  The objective of this workshop is to provide an overview of the development of a PBN Airspace Concept,  To introduce the EUROCONTROL ‘European Airspace Concept Handbook for PBN Implementation’ and the methodology to be used in developing such concepts,  Practice the activity steps within the Airspace handbook through group work. Airspace Concept Workshop 3 AUDIENCE  Technical ATC managers,  Operational Terminal and Area air traffic controllers  Regulators (operations approvals officials)  Airspace planners  Pans Ops specialists  Air transport technical pilots Airspace Concept Workshop 4 EUROCONTROL Airspace Concept Workshop 5 Eurocontrol Member States Airspace Concept Workshop 6 International Organisations Azerbaijan Georgia ECAC (44) Iceland (1)Norway (1)Turkey EUROCONTROL (40) NATO (28) EU (28) Latvia Estonia IrelandFinland Austria Cyprus SwedenMalta GermanyFrance Lithuania ItalyGreece Hungary UKSpain Slovenia Romania Slovakia BulgariaBelgium DenmarkCzech Republic Poland Portugal Luxembourg The Netherlands ICAO (EUR/NAT) (56) Kyrgyzstan Russian Federation Belarus Kazakhstan Tajikistan Turkmenistan Uzbekistan Algeria Andorra Morocco Tunisia The Holy See LiechtensteinNon-Contracting States : Ukraine Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia Albania Switzerland Serbia Croatia Armenia Bosnia & Herzegovina Republic of Moldova Monaco Montenegro San Marino Israel Canada USA EASA (32) January 2014 Airspace Concept Workshop 7 WHO ARE WE? (...) Eliot Group work (Initial Design) LUNCH Pavlicevic Eliot Pavlicevic Eliot Pavlicevic Eliot Pavlicevic Eliot Pavlicevic Eliot F.Pavlicevic Navigation Specification NAVAID Infrastructure Navigation Application Navigation Specification NAVAID Infrastructure Navigation Specification Navigation Specification NAVAID Infrastructure NAVAID Infrastructure Navigation Application Navigation Application Airspace Concept Workshop 10 Material for Workshop  Workshop folder  European Airspace Concept Handbook  Several relevant docs  Support tools Airspace Concept Workshop 11 QUESTIONS???
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Score: 545805.22 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...shop%20Introduction_vJUL13.pdf
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