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Main tasks include implementation of regular telemarketing activities to UNICEF individual donors and provision of administrative support to the face-to-face fundraising programme. 1. (...) Provides feedback to all candidates via email, contacts by phone the candidates selected to training. Assists with the theoretical training of new face-to-face fundraisers. (...) Provides support with the organization of regular trainings and supervision for retention of senior fundraisers; Provides support with organization of regular field and work trips for motivation and retention of senior fundraisers; Supports fundraising events and campaigns when necessary; Supports communication with partners when necessary; Prepares regular communication materials and news for the face-to-face program To qualify as an advocate for every child you will have… University degree in marketing, communication, business administration, humanities or related field.
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Score: 851268.1 - https://www.unicef.org/bulgari...-open-bulgarian-nationals-only
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Institutional Section INS Date: 17 June 2017 Original: English THIRD ITEM ON THE AGENDA Appointment of the Governing Body committees and working parties and of the Board of the International Training Centre of the ILO, Turin – Addendum Committee on Freedom of Association Government members Regular Deputy Ms Graciela Sosa (Argentina) Lesotho * Ms Valérie Berset Bircher (Switzerland) Nigeria * Japan * Iraq * * The name of the country’s representative will be communicated later. Employer members Regular Deputy Ms R. Hornung-Draus (Germany) Mr J. (...) Employer members Regular Substitute Ms V. Giulietti (Argentina) Mr F.
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Score: 847264.8 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...eetingdocument/wcms_558753.pdf
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UNICEF is paying incentives to more than 35,000 teachers and school-based staff to ensure regular attendance and teaching. More than 2,000 female teachers in rural areas receive regular salaries to improve school enrolment, particularly for girls living in rural areas.  (...) WFP is preparing nutritious school snacks for 580,000 children to encourage regular attendance and to ensure children are not hungry and are able to learn. (...) Save the Children is training teachers in literacy and numeracy and is printing and providing educational materials to schools to improve the quality of teaching and learning.
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Score: 847094.9 - https://www.unicef.org/yemen/r...education-and-learning-project
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The Performance Dashboard provides a holistic view of the programme plan (also known as Annual Results Framework in Umoja) for Regular Budget, and Results-Based Budgeting Frameworks for Peacekeeping Missions and Support Account Budgets. (...) Entities funded from the Regular Budget, as well as the Support Account Budget, can easily switch between the two funding sources. The Performance Dashboard currently presents only information related to Regular Budget and PK Budgets. Other types of funding (voluntary contributions and cost recovery) will be added to future releases.
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Score: 847094.9 - https://umoja.un.org/fr/news/u...board-all-secretariat-entities
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The Performance Dashboard provides a holistic view of the programme plan (also known as Annual Results Framework in Umoja) for Regular Budget, and Results-Based Budgeting Frameworks for Peacekeeping Missions and Support Account Budgets. (...) Entities funded from the Regular Budget, as well as the Support Account Budget, can easily switch between the two funding sources. The Performance Dashboard currently presents only information related to Regular Budget and PK Budgets. Other types of funding (voluntary contributions and cost recovery) will be added to future releases.
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Score: 847094.9 - https://umoja.un.org/news/umoj...board-all-secretariat-entities
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The Performance Dashboard provides a holistic view of the programme plan (also known as Annual Results Framework in Umoja) for Regular Budget, and Results-Based Budgeting Frameworks for Peacekeeping Missions and Support Account Budgets. (...) Entities funded from the Regular Budget, as well as the Support Account Budget, can easily switch between the two funding sources. The Performance Dashboard currently presents only information related to Regular Budget and PK Budgets. Other types of funding (voluntary contributions and cost recovery) will be added to future releases.
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Score: 847094.9 - https://umoja.un.org/node/3534
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The Performance Dashboard provides a holistic view of the programme plan (also known as Annual Results Framework in Umoja) for Regular Budget, and Results-Based Budgeting Frameworks for Peacekeeping Missions and Support Account Budgets. (...) Entities funded from the Regular Budget, as well as the Support Account Budget, can easily switch between the two funding sources. The Performance Dashboard currently presents only information related to Regular Budget and PK Budgets. Other types of funding (voluntary contributions and cost recovery) will be added to future releases.
Language:English
Score: 847094.9 - https://umoja.un.org/fr/node/3534
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COVID Restart of the Operations 1 Post-COVID Restart of the Operations Operators training curriculum examples Example from Air France Time (T) in Days (D) without flight or sim activity T ≤30 D Colum 1 31 D ≤ T ≤44 D Colum 2 45 D ≤ T ≤89 D Colum 3 ≥90 D Recurrent Training Validity VALID (with or without exemption) It is recommended to perform the distance learning additional training According to the professional records, the Chief Pilot will decide between column 1 and column 3 As a minimum, distance learning additional training will be performed - distance learning additional Training - the CBTA refresher sim session - distance learning Additional Training - the CBTA refresher sim session - regular Recurrent Training sessions Recurrent Training Validity NOT VALID Regular Recurrent Training Sessions According to the professional records, the Chief Pilot will decide between column 1 and column 3 - distance learning additional Training - the CBTA refresher sim session - regular Recurrent Training sessions 2 Post-COVID Restart of the Operations CBTA REFRESHER SIMULATOR SESSION CPT PART 1: PROCEDURE REFRESH 1H05 1.1 COCKPIT PREPARATION (SOP with instructor supervision) ENG START CDG 0h30 0h30 Simulator ▪ Aircraft in Secured stop ▪ INIT LFPG GATE ▪ FMS : LFPG26R – LGLxB-LFPG ILS26L ATC ATIS A : T/O 26R LDG 26L – 33020KT BKN035 20/12 Q1005 ▪ CLR: « LGL2B squawk 1000 121,930 For push » Training Objectives ▪ Perform full cockpit preparation including the performance calculation ▪ Instructor reinforce realistic conditions by role playing Ground staff for task interruption 1.2 TAXI RWY 26R & TAKE OFF 0h05 0h35 ATC ▪ « AF146, Taxi to holding point T11, Runway 26R » ▪ « AF146, After take-off, maintain 4000ft » ▪ « AF146, RWY26R cleared for take-off, wind 330/20KT » 1.3 Radar Vectors Aircraft Handling Simple system malfunction with impact on aircraft performance (e.g. LDG DIST PROC) 0h15 0h50 Simulator ▪ Instructor to trigger the malfunction after the manual flying part : Example : A320/330/340 : HYD Y RSVR LOW LVL B777/787 : HYD PRESS SYS C ▪ ▪ Position Freeze during downwind if necessary IOS: Instructor activates RW 26L or keep RW 26R depending pilot’s decision-making process ATC ▪ « AF146, Turn Left HDG 090°, radar vectors for ILS APP RWY 26L/R» Training Objectives Pilot to control the flight path through manual control ▪ Pilot to review abnormal SOPs Pilots to manage landing performance calculation with malfunction impact on landing distance ▪ Pilots can express to manage specific malfunction having the above characteristic 3 Post-COVID Restart of the Operations 1.4 3D - RNAV (RNP) 26L (N) ENG, AP & FD & A/THR ON 0h10 1h00 Training Objectives If necessary, the instructor reminds key elements of the RNAV approach to the pilots 1.5 Landing (N) ENG RWY 26L/R 0h05 1h05 ATC ▪ « AF146, RWY26L/R cleared to land, wind 330/20KT » CPT PART 2: AIRCRAFT HANDLING 0H40 2.1 Take-off RWY 26R 0h05 1h10 Simulator ▪ MTO CAVOK ▪ INIT LFPG T/O 26R ▪ FMS : T/O 26R CLB 3000’ RWY HDG LDG ILS 26R ATC ▪ « AF146, After T/O, maintain 3000ft » ▪ « AF146, RWY26R cleared for take-off, wind 330/20KT » 2.2 Exercises “a la carte” including 2 take-offs and 2 landings 0h35 1h45 Training Objectives Pilot to control the flight path through manual control ▪ Pilot to review abnormal SOPs and emergency procedures to include memory items “a la carte” means that the pilot can request specific exercises to build confidence or the instructor decides to further develop pilot competencies by selecting specific events Example: windshear procedures at take-off or during final approach… 4 Post-COVID Restart of the Operations F/O PART 3: AIRCRAFT HANDLING 0H40 3.1 Take-off RWY 26R 0h05 1h50 Simulator ▪ MTO CAVOK ▪ INIT LFPG T/O 26R ▪ FMS : T/O 26R CLB 3000’ RWY HDG LDG ILS 26R ATC ▪ « AF146, After take-off maintain 3000ft » ▪ « AF146, RWY26R cleared for take-off, wind 330/20KT » 3.2 Visual Approach RWY 26R Landing N (ENG) RWY 26R 0h05 1h55 Training Objectives Pilot to control the flight path through manual control ▪ Pilot to review visual patterns 3.3 Exercises “a la carte” including 2 take-offs and 2 landings 0h30 2h25 Training Objectives Pilot to control the flight path through manual control ▪ Pilot to review abnormal SOPs and emergency procedures to include memory items “a la carte” means that the pilot can request specific exercises to build confidence or the instructor decides to further develop pilot competencies by selecting specific events Example: windshear procedures at take-off or during final approach… F/O PART 3: AIRCRAFT HANDLING 0H05 4.1 Taxi in and Perform SOPs 0h05 2h30 Training Objectives Pilots to apply after landing and parking normal procedures END OF THE SESSION
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Score: 846188.2 - https://www.icao.int/safety/OP...nts/Air%20France%20example.pdf
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The main challenges with respect to the International Law Fellowship Programme have been the limited number of fellowships funded by the regular budget and the limited 1 number of participants due to space constraints in the seminar-size classroom used for this interactive training course. The Codification Division decided to perform all administrative functions for this training course to save the regular budget funds that were being used to pay UNITAR to perform these functions. This cost-saving measure, which has imposed a tremendous burden on the Codification Division, has made it possible to use regular budget funds to pay for 20 fellowships in 2013 as compared to only 12 fellowships just a few years ago.
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Score: 845858 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/sixth...atements/poa/poa_secretary.pdf
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• Are there national competences frameworks to guide managers work? • How are managers trained? What methods are used? • Is there a national training plan and is there an evaluation of management training? • Are management training courses/schools accredited in anyway? What are the support systems issues? (...) • Is there adequate support for managers (supportive supervision; regular feedback on work; mentoring and guiding by senior managers; peer-review mechanisms; availability of help lines; regular meetings; etc.)?
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Score: 845840.8 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...plenary_final_English%20DD.pdf
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