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UK .......................................................................................................31 Chart 14. Summary of the requirements for the qualifications awarding and assessing organizations ......................34 Chart 15. (...) Development of quality standards and qualifications requires considerable technical and organizational expertise, while their utilization in vocational training and assessment needs adequate levels of funding of providers which are required to perform in line with certain performance standards. (...) In this case, units of standard do not contain descriptions of individual functions and related requirements. In some countries, which apply the same units of competency in several qualifications and in a range of different contexts in variety of enterprises, transferability is also a requirement in the design of units.
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Score: 1176954.7 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...tdocumentation/wcms_645065.pdf
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The GATS calls for the development of disciplines to ensure that measures relating to qualification requirements and procedures, technical standards and licensing requirements do not constitute such barriers. (...) The scope of examinations and of any other qualification requirements shall be limited to subjects relevant to the activities for which authorization is sought. Qualification requirements may include education, examinations, practical training, experience and language skills.
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Score: 1151566 - https://www.wto.org/english/news_e/pres98_e/pr118_e.htm
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Microsoft Word - Appendix 2 - Qualification Requirements and Evaluation Criteria_MPD.docx Appendix 2 Page 1 of 3 APPENDIX 2 QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS AND EVALUATION CRITERIA The Proposal must include information in sufficient scope and detail to allow UNIDO to consider whether your company/organization has the necessary capability, experience, knowledge, expertise, financial strength, and the required capacity to supply the goods specified satisfactorily. (...) A. QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS The bidders must fulfil UNIDO qualification requirements in order to qualify for the evaluation and to be further considered for a contract. (...) The following basic commercial qualification requirements shall be met by the bidder: Profitability Profit Margin Ratio should be positive and preferably in excess of 1%.
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Score: 1148413.9 - https://www.unido.org/sites/de...d%20Evaluation%20Criteria_.pdf
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The capabilities and use of simulators and other computer-based training devices in training and qualification activities have changed dramatically. AQP regulatory guidance and this AC allow certificate holders that are subject to the training and evaluation requirements of part 121 and part 135 to develop innovative training and qualification programs that incorporate the most recent advances in training methods and techniques. (...) A list of, and text describing, the knowledge requirements, subject materials, job skills, and qualification standards of each task to be trained and evaluated. n. (...) Develop proficiency objectives that capture all training requirements. e. Develop qualification standards that define acceptable operational performance levels. f.
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Score: 1141880.6 - https://www.icao.int/safety/ai...%20Qualification%20Program.pdf
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The themes agreed for these rounds of discussions were: Licensing Requirements; Licensing Procedures; Qualification Requirements; Qualification Procedures; Technical Standards; Transparency; Objectives; Scope; Application; Definitions; and Development Considerations (including S&D and Technical Assistance) with regards to the above items. (...) DEFINITIONS Definitions for qualification requirements, qualification procedures, licensing requirements, licensing procedures, and technical standards. (...) Communication from the Separate Customs Territory of Taiwan, Penghu, Kinmen and Matsu, Definitions of Qualification Requirements, Qualification Procedures, Licensing Requirements, Licensing Procedures and Technical Standards , S/WPDR/W/37, 6 October 2005.
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Score: 1131348.7 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...nist_e/min05_e/job05_280_e.doc
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Organizer of tenders shall indicate in the notification about the preliminary qualification or in the invitation to tenders the list of required documents indicated in this paragraph. (...) Description of products which is subject to purchase in documents on preliminary qualification, tender documents or other documents connected with attracting tender proposal shall correspond to the requirement to such information. (...) If organizer of tenders makes a decision on the use of such procedure he has to determine required suppliers (contractors) through conducting of preliminary qualification.
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Score: 1124278.7 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/ukr_e/WTACCUKR44_LEG_1.pdf
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Overall, the co-sponsors felt that progress fell significantly short of what would be required to conclude negotiations on this sector. 5. (...) Included under this category are the following: Chapter I – INTRODUCTION Paragraph 3 Chapter II – DEFINITIONS Paragraphs 5, 6, 7 and 8 Chapter III – GENERAL PROVISIONS Paragraph 10 Chapter IV – TRANSPARENCY Paragraphs 13 and 14 Chapter V – LICENSING REQUIREMENTS Paragraph 16 Chapter VII – QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS Paragraph 29 Chapter VIII – QUALIFICATION PROCEDURES An additional paragraph on "mutual recognition" Chapter X – DEVELOPMENT Paragraph 46 2. (...) Included in this category are proposals made under the following paragraphs: Chapter I – INTRODUCTION Paragraph 2 Chapter VI – LICENSING PROCEDURES Paragraphs 17, 19, 20, 23, 24, 25 Chapter VII – QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS Paragraphs 27 and 28 Chapter VIII – QUALIFICATION PROCEDURES Paragraphs 30, 31, 32, 33 and 38 Chapter IX – TECHNICAL STANDARDS Paragraphs 40 and 41 Chapter X – DEVELOPMENT Paragraphs 42 and 43 9.
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Score: 1122172.5 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...a_e/chair_texts11_e/serv_e.doc
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For instance, regulation may impose information requirements to inform consumers in advance, or impose qualification requirements for professionals or licensing requirements that seek to ensure the competence of the service supplier and thus the quality of the services provided. 4. (...) These are identified in Article VI:4 of the GATS and the subsequent Decision on Domestic Regulation as five types of measures, namely those relating to: licensing requirements; licensing procedures; qualification requirements; qualification procedures; and technical standards. (...) Qualification requirements may include education, examinations, practical training, experience and language skills. 21.
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Score: 1119471.4 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr..._e/dom_reg_negs_bckgddoc_e.doc
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The global economy and transborder recognition of qualifications 3. State of play in recognition of foreign qualifications 4. Issues in recognition of foreign qualifications 5. Potential benefits accruing from DLT 6. (...) THE GLOBAL ECONOMY AND TRANSBORDER RECOGNITION OF QUALIFICATIONS (2) Recognition: a trade policy priority of developing countries Technical occupations, health- care related occupations STATE OF PLAY IN RECOGNITION OF FOREIGN QUALIFICATION Purpose Classes of recognition International frameworks State accreditation systems and state qualifications International trade agreements ISSUES IN RECOGNITION OF FOREIGN QUALIFICATIONS, TRUST Sensitive professions EU’s Internal Market Information System (IMI) Notarisation and legalisation Hague Convention Abolishing the Requirement of Legalisation for Foreign Public Documents ISSUES IN RECOGNITION OF FOREIGN QUALIFICATIONS, INFORMATION Importance of exchange of information Direct contact Difficulty to assess the level of qualifications Especially difficult for further education Curricula, requirements and assessments POTENTIAL BENEFITS ACCRUING FROM DLT Build trust Transparency Work flows of authorities Withdrawals Overview of recognitions granted Under what conditions recognition was granted More caution on: rejection of applications POSSIBLE CONFIGURATIONS OF PLATFORMS Different platforms Different technologies Permissioned distributed ledger system  Interoperability needed, may be achieved at different levels  Inter-ledger interoperability (ITU) IMPLEMENTATION CHALLENGES Regulatory standardization/interoperability  Semantic standardization/interoperability  Technical standardization/interoperability  Participants in the DLT scheme; critical mass  Parallel systems Avoid fragmentation  Limited capacity to interface with other DLT protocols, legacy databases and non-DLT systems  Protection of personal data; encryption to prevent individualisation  Liability Cost/Benefit ratio Conclusion Thank you for your attention cpauletto@iun.ch Blockchain: Opportunities and Challenges for Procedures of Recognition of Foreign Qualifications Outline Slide Number 3 Introduction The global economy and transborder recognition of qualifications (1) The global economy and transborder recognition of qualifications (2) State of play in recognition of foreign qualification Issues in recognition of foreign qualifications, trust Issues in recognition of foreign qualifications, information Potential benefits accruing from DLT Possible configurations of platforms Implementation challenges Slide Number 13 Slide Number 14
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Score: 1118094.9 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...lockchain_and_global_trade.pdf
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Microsoft Word - Appendix 2 - Qualification Requirments_.doc Page 1 of 3 APPENDIX 2 UNIDO – Invitation to Bid – ITB no. 1100174437 APPENDIX 2 - QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS AND EVALUATION CRITERIA For evaluating the bids UNIDO will be based on the following qualification requirements for bidders as the first stage and when qualified, evaluation criteria for the selection of the qualified best bidder as a second stage. The bidders must provide together with their bids all necessary supporting documentation as specified in the ITB documents in order to prove fulfillment of the ITB qualification requirements. Please note that bids without the stipulated ITB conditions and documents run the risk of being rejected. A. QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS 1. Certificate of Incorporation The Bidder must be registered as a legal entity authorized to enter into contracts for provision of services/works and supply.
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Score: 1108837.1 - https://www.unido.org/sites/de...ualification%20Requirments.pdf
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