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During the training, information has been provided on the different fishing methods and their license conditions, identification of fish species and the legislative framework under which fisheries in Suriname take place. Each fishing vessel in Suriname is required to operate under a valid fishing license. This license stipulates conditions for each fishery type, which relate to the allowed fishing gear, size of the boat, engine power, fishing zone, authorized target species and so on. (...) The training was closed with a certificate distribution on Thursday, March 28, 2019. 11/06/2019 Suriname Contact us Terms and Conditions Data protection and privacy Scam Alert Report Misconduct Jobs Procurement Governing Bodies Office of the Inspector General Evaluation Legal Office Ethics Office FAO organizational chart Regional Office for Africa Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean Regional Office for the Near East and North Africa Country Offices X Follow us on                                             Download our App © FAO, 2022
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Score: 827159.1 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...yc-2/news/detail/en/c/1197580/
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Microsoft PowerPoint - NGAP_Symposium_TF_v1.1_2010.02.20.ppt [Compatibility Mode] IATA Training and Qualification I i i i (ITQI) PInitiative (ITQI) – Progress ReportReport Tom Fodor Assistant Director Engineering & Maintenance 1-4 March 2010ICAO NGAP Symposium 1 1 March 2010ICAO NGAP Symposium 1 Assistant Director, Engineering & Maintenance ICAO NGAP Symposium 1-4 March 2010, Montreal Contents Background ITQI for Maintenance Competency Framework Roles of Stakeholders Training Programme Development Benefits N SNext Steps 1-4 March 2010ICAO NGAP Symposium 2 Backgroundg Growth of global fleet size, new generation aircraft Shortage of qualified licensed personnel Q lit d t d dQuality and standards Potential risk for a drop in training and quality standards Demand and supply Balance the demand and the supply of licensed personnel on a regional as well as on a global level Safetyy No compromise to safety, safety is paramount and remains priority number one 1-4 March 2010ICAO NGAP Symposium 3 IATA Board of Governors Objectivej Review of airline industry training needs for licensed personnel (pilots, mechanics / engineers) Develop recommendations for meeting these needs with no compromise to safety and quality Economic slowdown in 2008-09 Objective remains valid due to need for global, efficient training standard addressing future requirements without compromising safety 1-4 March 2010ICAO NGAP Symposium 4 Review of National Standards Country B Country D Country E Country C Country A Country B Country D Country E Country C Country A Yes Different Yes Different Yes Similar to EU Yes Different Yes Basic Training / Min. 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No Yes Different YesYesYes Aircraft Type Specific EUq No Yes Different YesYesYes Aircraft Type Specific EUq No Yes Different PartiallyYesYes System / Airframe Specific No Yes Different PartiallyYesYes System / Airframe Specific 1-4 March 2010ICAO NGAP Symposium 5 Market Survey (Nov 08 – Jan 09)y ( ) Not projected a significant reduction in deliveries as a result of the economic crisis Recruitment and potential shortages show considerableRecruitment and potential shortages show considerable differences by Regions Reasons that individuals chose to become pilots, or chose to become mechanics/engineersbecome mechanics/engineers All geographic regions are not fully satisfied with the framework of the regulations that exist for training H i d l ti ld b b fi i lHarmonized regulations would be beneficial http://www.iata.org/whatwedo/aircraft_operations/itqi.htm 1-4 March 2010ICAO NGAP Symposium 6 ITQI for Maintenance Centered on competency based training and assessment No current ICAO guidance material on how competency based training can be applied to maintenancebased training can be applied to maintenance Requires the definition of competencies Approach has been validated through meetings with OEMs, i li i t d t i i i tiairlines maintenance and training organizations IATA has worked closely with ICAO to develop this material ANC was briefed in January 2010 on the progress 1-4 March 2010ICAO NGAP Symposium 7 Competency Based Training (CBT)p y g ( ) Guidance on the implementation of a competency-based approach to training and assessment of maintenance personnelpersonnel Depends on: Type and scope of work Type and structure of the maintenance organizationType and structure of the maintenance organization Environment The frameworks list the competencies for three domains: Aircraft systems maintenanceAircraft systems maintenance Aircraft structures maintenance Aircraft components maintenance 1-4 March 2010ICAO NGAP Symposium 8 Aircraft Maintenance Competency Units - C t El t & P f C it iCompetency Elements & Performance Criteria The competency frameworks were developed with the following assumptions: Targeted to personnel working within the scope of aircraft and engine maintenance manuals, structural repair manuals, component maintenance manuals and standard practices lmanuals; Applicable in aircraft line and base maintenance and workshop maintenance; and Applies to large aeroplanes (>5700 kg) powered by turbineApplies to large aeroplanes (>5700 kg) powered by turbine engines and their components 1-4 March 2010ICAO NGAP Symposium 9 Aircraft Maintenance Competency Units - C t El t & P f C it i 2. 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Non-destructive testing (NDT), welding etc) Competency Based Training (CBT)p y g ( ) License without type-rating endorsement Fundamental training on competencies associated with Standard Practices ManualsStandard Practices Manuals Provides aircraft maintenance license without type-rating endorsement License with type-rating endorsementLicense with type rating endorsement Addresses features that are unique to the aircraft or component to be worked on AMOs are responsible for the contents of type-rated training p yp g programmes Authority should approve the training programme AMTOs, AMOs responsible for examinations and assessments 1-4 March 2010ICAO NGAP Symposium 11 Licensing Authoritiesg Evaluate and approve competency based training programmes Exercise oversight over designated personnel of AMOs andExercise oversight over designated personnel of AMOs and approved training programmes Specify requirements for competency based assessments E lifi ti f th i i tEnsure qualifications of their inspectors Modular licensing system should be established 1-4 March 2010ICAO NGAP Symposium 12 Approved Maintenance Organizationspp g Obtain and maintain approval for authorization system from the licensing authority Responsible for the conduct of competency based trainingResponsible for the conduct of competency based training programmes leading to type-rating authorization Training to match the scope of work it performs and the specialization required by its personnelspecialization required by its personnel Candidates for licenses without type-rating may work in AMO under supervision of licensed/authorized personnel 1-4 March 2010ICAO NGAP Symposium 13 Maintenance Training Organizationsg g Comply with requirements of licensing authority Obtain and maintain approval directly from the licensing authorityauthority Develop and deliver competency based training programmes to fulfil the needs of AMOs C t t b d d tCarry out competency based exams and assessment through personnel designated either by licensing authority or AMOs 1-4 March 2010ICAO NGAP Symposium 14 Training Programme Developmentg g p Use of ICAO Instructional Systems Design (ISD) Integrate instruction in underpinning knowledge and practical training segmentstraining segments Include continuous evaluation of the effectiveness of the training programme and performance of individual students C ti ti h ld b t k b d th l tiCorrective action should be taken based on the evaluation results 1-4 March 2010ICAO NGAP Symposium 15 Benefits of CBT Increased safety due to competency standards harmonizing task performance Efficiency benefits through modular approach tailored toEfficiency benefits through modular approach tailored to specific sets of competencies required Takes into account already acquired competencies T i i d dd tTraining needs can address competency gaps Introduction of new technology facilitated by the modular approach Accommodates new, more effective and efficient training methodologies (simulation, e-learning) 1-4 March 2010ICAO NGAP Symposium 16 Next Stepsp ICAO Doc 9868 – PANS-Training Maintenance ICAO Preliminary review during ANC Session of 12 April to 18 June 2010June 2010 ICAO final review during ANC Session of 18 October to 17 December 2010 ICAO applicability of 1st Amendment PANS-TRG in December pp y 2010 IATA Guidance Material - 2010 Design and development of competency based training programme for maintenance personnel Selection criteria for maintenance personnel 1-4 March 2010ICAO NGAP Symposium 17 Thank you itqi@iata.org 1-4 March 2010ICAO NGAP Symposium 18
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Score: 826763.3 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...%80%93%20Progress%20Report.pdf
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The only legally recognized fishing rights are fishing vessel licenses. Anyone with legal fishing gears and seaworthy canoes can be given a license. (...) The BMUs have formed networks with leadership at the national and regional level. 4 The main control of access to the fisheries of Lake Victoria is licensing. (...) The right to own a fishing vessel license varies from country to country. In Kenya and Tanzania, only nationals have the right to get a fishing vessel license while in Uganda, non-citizens pay a higher fee to acquire a fishing license.
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Score: 826752.6 - https://www.fao.org/fishery/st...er-rights/root/volume3/C35.pdf
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Another potential cause of market failure in a property scheme is the difficulty and transaction costs associated with assembling many licenses into a large block of spectrum that covers a region [7]. (...) In practice, there are applications that will only be cost-effective with a block of spectrum that is contiguous across a large frequency range, and/or contiguous across a large geographic region (such as a nation). If even one license-holder in the target region refuses to sell, progress may be impossible. (...) Without cooperation, a licensed secondary might © 2007 Jon Peha 9 operate in white spaces, i.e. geographic regions where the primary systems are not operating, in guard bands, or opportunistically.
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Score: 826587.9 - https://www.itu.int/osg/spu/ST...0ITU%20spectrum%20workshop.pdf
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Another potential cause of market failure in a property scheme is the difficulty and transaction costs associated with assembling many licenses into a large block of spectrum that covers a region [7]. (...) In practice, there are applications that will only be cost-effective with a block of spectrum that is contiguous across a large frequency range, and/or contiguous across a large geographic region (such as a nation). If even one license-holder in the target region refuses to sell, progress may be impossible. (...) Without cooperation, a licensed secondary might © 2007 Jon Peha 9 operate in white spaces, i.e. geographic regions where the primary systems are not operating, in guard bands, or opportunistically.
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Score: 826587.9 - https://www.itu.int/osg/spu/st...0ITU%20spectrum%20workshop.pdf
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To introduce as from November 15, 1998 the licensing of the export from the Russian Federation of sunflower seed (CC FEA CIS code 1206 00), rape or colza seeds (CC FEA CIS code 1205 00) and soya beans (CC FEA CIS code 1201 00). 2. The Ministry of Trade of the Russian Federation shall carry out the issuance of licenses for the export from the Russian Federation of sunflower seed, rape or colza seeds and soya beans in accordance automatic treatment (without quantitative restrictions). The issuance of the licenses for the export from the Russian Federation of sunflower seeds, rape or colza seeds and soya beans shall be carried out by the Ministry of Trade of the Russian Federation through their representatives in the regions on the ground of an application of the Russian Exporters in accordance with the Regulations on the Procedure for the Licensing of the Export and Import of Goods (Works, Services) in the Russian Federation, approved by the Decision of the Government of the Russian Federation No. 1299 of October 31, 1996 (Sobraniye zakonodatelstva Rossiyskoy Federatsii, 1996, No. 46, item 5249). 3.
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Score: 825768.4 - https://www.wto.org/english/th.../rus_e/WTACCRUS33A1_LEG_33.pdf
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It provides a single frame for all required information for obtaining import, export or transit licenses. Economic operators can lodge applications for licenses and tariff quotas electronically, and track the status of their applications online. Licenses are also approved online by the relevant government authorities, which automatically notify the Customs Administration. (...) Building on the discussions at the Conference and progress made since the first Conference in 2006, the meeting made the following recommendations : The countries of the region should study the experience of the EXIM system for export and import licenses, and consider implementing similar systems based on international standards for data exchange, in line with the countries’ integration with Europe.
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Score: 825654.4 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...009_Skopje/Recommendations.doc
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Ideally, the national/regional regulatory framework should contemplate the harmonised use and free circulation of ESOMPs. Exemption from individual licensing, or a light licensing regime, would also be extremely beneficial for users and regulators, as it would greatly simplify the procedural burden. (...) In fact, for such mobile and ubiquitous user terminals, a “blanket” licensing or “light” licensing regime would be far more suitable.
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Score: 825654.4 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/C..._GSR15_consultation_final2.pdf
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Absence of licensing can be considered as a serious problem and a drawback in relation to management of pesticides in general in the country.  It appears that not all the activities in relation to pesticides management are subject to licensing in Armenia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Ukraine – for example, it is not clear whether storage, labelling, packing, re-packing and transportation of pesticides can be conducted without a license.  No secondary legislation of Tajikistan on licensing was found. It is also not clear who issues such licenses.  It appears that, first of all, no specific legislation in relation to licensing of activities in relation to plant protection products / pesticides exists in Uzbekistan. (...) It seems that there are no provisions in the national legislation of the countries under review backing up the licensing scheme with inspections. This undermines the entire idea of licensing, as the competent authority should have the power to revoke a license if inspections reveal that prerequisites are not met, if there is a violation of any conditions on which a license was granted or if new facts come to light which would have led to the denial of the application in the first instance.
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Score: 825565.8 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...ion_in_the_EECCA_countries.pdf
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The necessary period for issuing the license is between two to three days, and in most cases, the license is issued on the same day. 6. (...) The General Directorate for the Medical & Pharmaceutical Licenses at the Ministry of Health shall examine the application, process it and issue the license. (...) Import licenses for agricultural implements and equipment: 1.
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Score: 825528.4 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/sau_e/WTACCSAU59A6_LEG_2.pdf
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