Home

Results 1 - 10 of 382,000 for trained. Search took 0.679 seconds.  
Sort by date/Sort by relevance
Was the expert panel authorized to recommend candidates in the selection process? b. Was the training of members of the expert panel mandatory and would any lack of training of panel member constitute a breach of the Applicant’s Case No. (...) Two of the three expert panel members who interviewed the Applicant had received relevant interview training: one in 2004 and the other as part of an expert panel training in March 2009. (...) It does not mean that the lack of training of any of its members would render a panel incompetent. 35.
Language:English
Score: 441984.4 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2012-024.pdf
Data Source: oaj
He only asserts, but without providing proof, that the ill- intent on the side of the Organization demonstrates an unreasoned lack of proportionality of his training and the lack of any nexus between a training to prevent harassment and his conduct of harassment. (...) The Applicant has not made out a case that his training would cause him harm, let alone irreparable harm. 15. (...) The Tribunal notes that the Applicant is assured of his position in ECA once his training is over. 20. The Tribunal agrees with the Respondent that the Applicant stands to gain something from the training rather than suffering an irreparable harm.
Language:English
Score: 440666.8 - www.un.org/en/internalj...s/undt/orders/nbi-2021-248.pdf
Data Source: oaj
Abuse of authority by Lieutenant W in his capacity as Officer-in- Charge of UNON/DSS Training and Development Unit. In the background to the request, he stated that the instruction to attend the training without giving clear details on the reasons for the training was prejudicial and amounts to impunity and abuse of authority. (...) The Applicant’s obligation to attend the training was independent of the instructions from the Chief, UNON/DSS and of Lieutenant W. (...) The instruction to attend the training was only issued after his request for clarification as to whether the firearm would be issued for the training.
Language:English
Score: 440140.67 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2014-142.pdf
Data Source: oaj
By email of 10 September 2014 from a SSS Sergeant from the SSS training unit, the Applicant was instructed to participate in a re-training program on how to handle the gate, apparently at the request of the inspector who had issued the performance notice. 10. (...) He has chosen to re-train me on a post that I have competently performed and his insistence that I be re-trained is formed in very bad faith and malice. (...) UNDT/NY/2014/057 Order No. 268 (NY/2014) Page 14 of 19 a) It must be operationally practical, meaning that it should be conducted immediately following the sub-standard performance. b) The re-training must be formally documented and become part of the officer’s admin folder with SSS - formal retraining such as firearms, delta barriers, will require the use of established training programs with SSS Training and Development Unit.
Language:English
Score: 437285.06 - www.un.org/en/internalj...es/undt/orders/ny-2014-268.pdf
Data Source: oaj
Administrative procedures for the Applicant’s travel were initiated by the Training Unit of UNMEE, which is the competent authority to ascertain the availability of training funds. (...) Thirdly, the Applicant did not inform anyone at the Mission that he did not participate in the training course for which the training funds had been allocated. 58. (...) Despite the negative reply, the Applicant initiated an UNMEE training Nomination Form on 19 October 2009 for participating in the Geneva training workshop.
Language:English
Score: 436664.5 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2010-024.pdf
Data Source: oaj
Whilst noting that it was clear from paragraph 26 of A/61/822 that OHRM had been conducting training on staff selection and all expert panel members are now required to complete competency-based interview training, the Dispute Tribunal held that a lack of such training could not be construed as a procedural error, as the Report had no regulatory effect and, as such, did not create individual rights. (...) THE UNITED NATIONS APPEALS TRIBUNAL Judgment No. 2013-UNAT-286 6 of 9 set forth on the OHRM website, in alleging that the expert panel was not properly trained. Mr. Charles submits further that whether or not this was expressly provided for, the spirit and intent of the Organization’s human resources framework suggests that a panel is expected to have been trained. 23. (...) The Appeals Tribunal notes that the relevant administrative instruction on the staff selection process, ST/AI/2010/3, is silent on the requirement for such training. In any event, there was evidence before the Dispute Tribunal that two of the three expert panel members had received relevant training prior to the interview.
Language:English
Score: 436461.67 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2013-unat-286.pdf
Data Source: oaj
Rabee informed the Dean/Principal of the Education Science Facility and Ramallah Men’s Training Centre (ESF & RMTC) that he had been granted a fellowship for training at the University of Pennsylvania, United States, for four months from 3 February to 2 June 2007. (...) Rabee went to the United States for training and returned to work as of 26 May 2007. (...) Rabee on SLWOP during his 2007 training in the United States was communicated to him by the memorandum of 31 January 2007, but Mr.
Language:English
Score: 435732.3 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2013-unat-296.pdf
Data Source: oaj
Drafting meeting minutes as assigned for weekly staff meetings. 4. Participate in training activities related to the Section's work, including participation in bi-weekly training modules on calculations, prior to system conversion (V3 Go Live), and further training offered as made available. (...) This did not constitute “appropriate training” for a “new entrant to PES” as per the FRO’s guidelines, although the Applicant attended the training in good faith. (...) At their first meeting, they discussed the Applicant’s workplan and her training needs, and she was provided with the appropriate training.
Language:English
Score: 433587 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2019-039.pdf
Data Source: oaj
Still under cross-examination, she said that sufficient training was given the French Court Reporters on real time and that training sessions were organised for the unit every year since 2001 or 2002. The training that the Applicant was given by one Khaled Amraoui in October 2006 was only one of several trainings he received, she said. (...) Internal training sessions on the Case Catalyst software where Court Reporters who were certified trainers and had mastered the new software trained their colleagues were organized at weekends. 41.
Language:English
Score: 430262.26 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2010-136.pdf
Data Source: oaj
R., to an FTO training in Haiti. They further alleged breaches of ethics and integrity by Mr. (...) It is clear from all accounts, including the rating of his past training instructors and the recommendation of Mr. (...) R. was sent alone for training in Haiti against the recommendation by the then Officer-in-Charge of the Training Unit, SSS/UNOG, to bring a trainer to Geneva at similar expense.
Language:English
Score: 428072.36 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/2022-UNAT-1245.pdf
Data Source: oaj