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Where the bidder is presented with a requirement or asked to use a specific approach, the bidder must not only state its acceptance, but also describe how it intends to comply with the requirements. (...) SECTION 2: Proposed Methodology, Approach and Implementation Plan This section should demonstrate the bidder’s responsiveness to the TOR by identifying the specific components proposed, addressing the requirements, providing a detailed description of the essential performance characteristics proposed and demonstrating how the proposed approach and methodology meets or exceeds the requirements. (...) CVs should demonstrate qualifications in areas relevant to the Scope of Services.
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Score: 1078428.7 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...of%20Technical%20Proposal.docx
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Exemplifying anticipation of skill demand in Germany Michael Tiemann Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training (BIBB), Germany Santiago, 14th March 2019 Outline • Background • Past trends • Future projections • Technology and inequality AB 1.2 , Michael Tiemann Outline Characteristics of occupations in Germany AB 1.2 , Michael Tiemann •Standards•Mediating •Qualifications•Skill requirements Employer Organisations Employee Organisations MinistriesBIBB Holistic Enabling flexibility Recent and renewed Encompassing change Occupations are… In Germany, institutionalised mediation of occupational contents for curricula … … leads to a specific understanding of the concept of occupation: Processes of change: How are new requirements incorporated into VET? (...) AB 1.2, Helmrich, Tiemann Background Trained occupation Qualification demands Supply of employees and skilled workers Education System general education vocational education tertiary education Adjustment Imbalances Matching Demography Health and healthcare supply Urbanisation Mobility Work-life-balance Globalisation Smart economy Climate change Ressource efficiency Social equality and participation Knowledge intensification New types of employment Megatrends: Changed requirements due to Labour Market Economic developments, firm requirements Demand for employees and skilled workers Occupational requirements at work Transforming labour markets and occupations Access opportunities for skilled workers, career success Corresponding factors: Megatrends and their influences BIBB/IAB-QuBe-Projections - structure Background Labor DemandLabour Supply D e m o g ra p h y QualificationQualification Matching Matching by occupational field Current occupation economically active persons Wage in occupational field Wages & Prices Occupation trained for Labor force participation Choice of occupation Education System E c o n o m y Current occupation in sector 1 Current occupation in sector 63 Current occupation gainfully employed persons Occupational Flexibility Quelle: Maier, Zika u.a. 2014: Löhne und berufliche Flexibilitäten als Determinanten des interaktiven QuBe-Arbeitsmarktmodells. (...) • TASK-approach • medium qualified workers’ tasks are being substituted • technological developments being the reason • Polarisation • substitution of tasks leads to • increase in shares of employment and increase in wages for low and high qualified • decrease in shares of employment and decrease in wages for medium qualified AB 1.2 , Michael Tiemann Background Structure and Data AB 1.2 , Michael Tiemann Background branches, occupations, qualifications, worktools employees‘ perspective (ETB) requirements (SteAn) employers‘ perspective (Qualipanel) projections (QuBe) Polarisation in Germany?
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Score: 1077496.3 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...ons/mesa_5_michael_tiemann.pdf
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ETAT DE MISE EN ŒUVRE D’AMDAR A L’ASECNA INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION ORGANISATION MET/SG/7 – WP/14 AFI PLANNING AND IMPLEMENTATION REGIONAL GROUP (APIRG) SEVENTH MEETING OFTHE MET SUBGROUP (MET SG/7) (Dakar, 11-13 April 2005) Agenda Item 9: Terms of Reference and composition of MET/SG TRAINNING AND QUALIFICATION OF THE AERONAUTICAL METEOROLOGY PERSONNAL (Presented by ASECNA) Summary This paper outlines the requirements for a qualifying training in the AFI Region and invites the Group to include into its work program, a section related to Aeronautical personal training and qualification. 1. (...) It has been advised to wait for this guidance from WMO before moving to the certification of training centres. 2.2 Due to user requirements and considering the preceding arguments the quality of the meteorological services to aeronautical users is strongly linked to the qualification and the specialisation of meteorological personals employed in the aeronautical area. 3. CONCLUSIONS 3.1 The conclusions of this meeting outlines the requirements for including this subject into the AFI METSG agenda. 3.2 It is then suggested that the METSG includes « TRAINNING AND QUALIFICATION OF THE AERONAUTICAL METEOROLOGY PERSONNAL » in its work programme. 3.3 Follow-up actions The meeting is invited to: note the information included in this paper and recommand that « TRAINNING AND QUALIFICATION OF THE AERONAUTICAL METEOROLOGY PERSONNAL» be include » in the work programme of the AFI METSG. 2
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Score: 1075798.4 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...005/MET_SG7/met_sg7wp14_en.pdf
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Qualification procedures shall be consistent with the following: (a) any conditions for participation in tendering procedures shall be published in adequate time to enable interested suppliers to initiate and, to the extent that it is compatible with efficient operation of the procurement process, complete the qualification procedures; (b) any conditions for participation in tendering procedures shall be limited to those which are essential to ensure the firm's capability to fulfil the contract in question. Any conditions for participation required from suppliers, including financial guarantees, technical qualifications and information necessary for establishing the financial, commercial and technical capacity of suppliers, as well as the verification of qualifications, shall be no less favourable to suppliers of other Parties than to domestic suppliers and shall not discriminate among suppliers of other Parties. (...) Qualified suppliers included on permanent lists by entities shall also be notified of the termination of any such lists or of their removal from them; (g) each Party shall ensure that: (i) each entity and its constituent parts follow a single qualification procedure, except in cases of duly substantiated need for a different procedure; and (ii) efforts be made to minimize differences in qualification procedures between entities.
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Score: 1075664.1 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...ions_e/ai17_e/gpa_art8_jur.pdf
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Stock-taking Report version 20180512 - ENG.docx, Page 10 of 49 • The replacement demand by occupational group/occupation or qualification. The replacement of skilled labour is required to compensate for retirement, sickness, migration, persons becoming economically inactive or changing their occupations, etc. (...) Wage dynamics by occupation and qualification reflecting shortage or excess of labour X 5.Qualifications mismatch: Share of persons who are employed in relevant occupation but below or above the qualifications level required in his/her current job. (...) Employer satisfaction with the availability of skilled workforce by occupation and qualification X 15 G20TS Project - Output 1.2. Stock-taking Report version 20180512 - ENG.docx, Page 15 of 49 • Qualifications mismatch is a share of persons who are employed in relevant occupations but below or above the level required in their current jobs.
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Score: 1071354.3 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...enericdocument/wcms_628964.pdf
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The Implementing Partner will be required to implement the tasks under the present TORs in Armenia, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan. (A limited number of activities may be required to be implemented in Russian Federation as well if, and as may be requested by the Project under Key Task Nr. 4, Deliverable Nr. 9.) (...) The Implementing Partner’s responsibility shall remain for providing the required technical services and for leading and conducting the events.
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Score: 1071192.6 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...enericdocument/wcms_648817.pdf
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(Pegrume Kenya, TCIL India, Tata India, PCA UK, British Telecoms UK, Wizcor, South Africa) China Netcom International Corporation Detecon and Deutsche Telekom Consortium The Commission will now commence the process of evaluating the pre-qualification bids with a view to establishing the companies that have met the criteria set in the pre-qualification notice. To pre-qualify, bidding consortiums were required to submit evidence of: A minimum annual turnover of more than USD 150 million. (...) Members of the bidding consortium were required to provide year-end financial statements for the last three years.
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Score: 1070858.3 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/tech...ce/Kenya/Seven_firms_race.html
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(Pegrume Kenya, TCIL India, Tata India, PCA UK, British Telecoms UK, Wizcor, South Africa) China Netcom International Corporation Detecon and Deutsche Telekom Consortium The Commission will now commence the process of evaluating the pre-qualification bids with a view to establishing the companies that have met the criteria set in the pre-qualification notice. To pre-qualify, bidding consortiums were required to submit evidence of: A minimum annual turnover of more than USD 150 million. (...) Members of the bidding consortium were required to provide year-end financial statements for the last three years.
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Score: 1070858.3 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/tech...ng/Kenya/Seven_firms_race.html
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I will note that many existing requirements in various professional fields are hopelessly outdated, with some of them created 20 or even 30 years ago. Some lists of expert knowledge and skill requirements are only a few sentences long. Clearly, you cannot build a modern economy and labour market with such superficial requirements for various professions. (...) I particularly want to note that professional standards will only serve to create a high-quality economy if they become a key component in the overall system of national qualifications. It should include several crucial elements: professional standards and sectorial qualification requirements, as well as educational standards.
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Score: 1069035.4 - https://www.ilo.org/moscow/new...WCMS_247363/lang--en/index.htm
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To accomplish these tasks, it relies on translators/revisers, translation support specialists and interpreters. Requirements: For translators: A university degree (or equivalent professional qualification), preferably in languages, economics or law, a post-graduate degree in translation would be an advantage, ability to translate specialized texts dealing with a wide variety of subjects quickly, accurately and in an appropriate style, good knowledge of international trade, economic and legal affairs, familiarity with computer-assisted translation tools. (...) They assist in the preparation of documents and logistical arrangements for meetings, events or technical assistance activities, as well as organize and manage the filing and correspondence as appropriate. Requirements: Completion of secondary education, secretarial/office management qualifications desirable, proficiency in MS suite of applications (or equivalent), familiarity with formatting and editing documents, organizational skills, attention to detail and ability to work under pressure and as part of a team.      (...) For specific job descriptions and requirements for a position, please refer to the vacancy notices published on the WTO e-Recruitment site.
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Score: 1067819.7 - https://www.wto.org/english/thewto_e/vacan_e/career_e.htm
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