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Developed standards and qualifications are comparable with foreign qualifications. (...) It is important to highlight that currently. milk enterprises do not only requires workers with higher education qualifications, but a vocational and technical qualified labour force for possessing occupatios. At each stage of occupational standards' development, experts consulted with milk enterprises and as a result, in view of our interests and requirements, a milk processing occupational standard was elaborated».
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Score: 1047453.6 - https://www.ilo.org/skills/pro...WCMS_732428/lang--en/index.htm
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Furthermore, they should be able to: • Realize the kind of trainings required for the profession in which they are interested; • Realize the characteristics required by the profession in which they are interested; • Appreciate the employment opportunities of their professions in the long term; • Prepare an individualized career planning file; • Evaluate the realization of current career objectives; and, • Evaluate the alternatives in career planning. 3 In order to prevent individuals from encountering a mismatch between education/skills and job requirements, the achievements listed above are skills to be gained at the secondary school level. (...) In order to prevent individuals from encountering a mismatch between education/skills and job requirements, the achievements listed above are skills to be gained at the secondary school level. (...) Studies that are designed with the “preventive and developmental guidance approach” aim to support the academic and 9 professional growth of students, in order to contribute to the training of skilled manpower required for sustainable development. Furthermore, Ministry of Labor And Social Security has initiated efforts to create the “National Qualifications System.”
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Score: 1047014 - https://www.un.org/en/ecosoc/integration/2015/pdf/turkey.pdf
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Further, it provides a link to a companion document (ECE/ENERGY/GE.3/2017/5) that is not an integral part of UNFC, but which has been prepared on behalf of the Expert Group and contains detailed guidance on appropriate quality assurance mechanisms, qualification criteria and/or disclosure obligations that can be adopted in circumstances where explicit mandatory competency requirements are considered desirable. Read document in   English   French Russian Guidance Note on Competent Person Requirements and Options for Resources Reporting This document provides non-mandatory guidance for organizations or entities such as national governments, financial institutions and companies, who wish to establish appropriate quality assurance mechanisms, qualification criteria and/or disclosure obligations that can be adopted in circumstances where competency requirements are considered desirable. This document sets out the purpose, scope, definition of a Competent Person, as well as the requirements for and governance of a Competent Person.
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Score: 1046125.2 - https://unece.org/unfc-and-competent-persons-0
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Auditor is a physical entity that meets qualification requirements established by the state audit regulating authority (hereafter referred to as an authorized body), entitled by qualification certificate of the auditor. 2. (...) Auditing standards – single audit procedure requirements, standards for developing audit (opinions) quality assessments and other associated services. 2. (...) Qualification certificate of the auditor shall be terminated in the events, if: - qualification certificate was obtained by the auditor based on false documents; - in force is court’s verdict stipulating persecution in terms of deprivation of right to exercise audit for a certain period of time; - requirements of Articles 13 and 15 of this Law are not met; - requirements stipulated by the legislation of the Republic of Tajikistan or auditing standards are not complied with by an auditor in the course of exercising an audit; - established is a fact of signing an audit opinion by the auditor without conducting an audit; - over two subsequent calendar years the auditor was not exercising an audit 2.
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Score: 1044139.1 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/tjk_e/WTACCTJK15A2_LEG_6.pdf
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Score: 1043966 - https://www.icao.int/training/Pages/reference-documents.aspx
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Learning Objectives: After having successfully completed this course, participants will: Have acquired full understanding of the CORSIA monitoring, reporting, and verification (MRV) requirements as outlined in Annex 16, Volume IV, and the Environmental Technical Manual (Doc 9501), Volume IV; Be able to apply the verification requirements as outlined in Annex 16, Volume IV, and the Environmental Technical Manual (Doc 9501), Volume IV, including materiality threshold, verification criteria, verification scope and objectives and the Verification Report preparation and submission requirements; Be able to correctly identify the scope of applicability for CORSIA MRV requirements, as well as for CORSIA offsetting requirements; and Be able to apply a working knowledge of the fuel use monitoring methods and of the ICAO CORSIA CERT estimation tool as outlined in Annex 16, Volume IV.   (...) Prerequisites: Working knowledge of ISO 14064-3:2006 is required; knowledge of ISO 14065:2013 is desirable.   Duration: 3 days   Mode of Delivery: Classroom   Language of Instruction:  English   Course Outline:  The course comprises 3 modules: Introduction to CORSIA Monitoring and reporting of CO 2 emissions Fuel use monitoring methods and estimation of CO 2 emissions Aeroplane operators' reporting requirements  Verification of CO 2 emissions Requirements for verifiers and verification procedures in accordance with Annex 16, Volume IV, and the Environmental Technical Manual (Doc 9501), Volume IV Preparation of the Verification Report The course contains presentations, exercises, case studies, and knowledge tests/quizzes to demonstrate the required knowledge and application of the key concepts presented.    
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Score: 1043749 - https://www.icao.int/training/Pages/CORSIA.aspx
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If absolutely necessary, incorporation of text from a draft document can be made where cooperative work requiring cross-incorporation is being approved by ITUT and another organization in approximately the same time-frame. (...) In case of a partnership project that is not a legal entity, qualification (per Annex B of [ITU T A.5]) is required for each organization in the partnership project. (...) This may require collaborative effort with the other organization.
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Score: 1041925 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/s...rporation_Justif-template.docx
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The Council for Trade in Services,       Recognizing the impact of regulatory measures relating to professional qualifications, technical standards and licensing on the expansion of trade in professional services;       Desiring to establish multilateral disciplines with a view to ensuring that, when specific commitments are undertaken, such regulatory measures do not constitute unnecessary barriers to the supply of professional services;       Decides as follows: 1.     (...) To this end, a Working Party on Professional Services shall be established to examine and report, with recommendations, on the disciplines necessary to ensure that measures relating to qualification requirements and procedures, technical standards and licensing requirements in the field of professional services do not constitute unnecessary barriers to trade. 2.     (...) In making these recommendations, the Working Party shall concentrate on: (a)    developing multilateral disciplines relating to market access so as to ensure that domestic regulatory requirements are:  ( i ) based on objective and transparent criteria, such as competence and the ability to supply the service;  ( ii ) not more burdensome than necessary to ensure the quality of the service, thereby facilitating the effective liberalization of accountancy services;   (b)    the use of international standards and, in doing so, it shall encourage the cooperation with the relevant international organizations as defined under paragraph 5(b) of Article VI, so as to give full effect to paragraph 5 of Article VII;   (c)    facilitating the effective application of paragraph 6 of Article VI of the Agreement by establishing guidelines for the recognition of qualifications.
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Score: 1040516.5 - https://www.wto.org/english/docs_e/legal_e/51-dsprf_e.htm
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In such a case, therefore, Article 23 requires that relief from double taxation be granted by the State of residence notwithstanding the conflict of qualification resulting from these differences in domestic law. […] 109. (...) Conflicts of qualification 32.1 Both Articles 23 A and 23 B require that relief be granted, through the exemption or credit method, as the case may be, where an item of income or capital may be taxed by the State of source in accordance with the provisions of the Convention. (...) In such a case, therefore, the two Articles require that relief from E/C.18/2014/CRP.10     10  double taxation be granted by the State of residence notwithstanding the conflict of qualification resulting from these differences in domestic law. 32.4 This point may be illustrated by the following example.
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Score: 1040130.9 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-...10STM_CRP10_Art23Conflicts.pdf
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The social service workforce encompasses professional occupations such as social worker, psychologist, social pedagogue, speech therapists and physiotherapists that require a university degree-level educational qualification and are competent to fulfil these functions. (...) In Romania, Moldova and several other countries, legislation on the qualifications of child protection social workers include clauses permitting personnel without social work degrees to be appointed even though the legislator has made clear that a social work qualification is required and would be preferred15. (...) This indicator provides information on whether sufficient numbers of personnel are deployed at different levels of the system of social services and how qualifications are in the process of aligning with required competencies across the workforce.
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Score: 1036823.2 - https://www.unicef.org/eca/sit...engthening-Social-Work-ECA.pdf
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