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The Second Meeting of System Wide Information Management (SWIM) Task Force was held in Bangkok, Thailand, 09 - 12 April 2018     

The Second Meeting of System Wide Information Management (SWIM) Task Force was held in Bangkok, Thailand, 09 - 12 April 2018       Law Course presented by ICAO Global Aviation Training Office (GAT) was held at the ICAO APAC Regional Office in Bangkok, Thailand from 26 February to 2 March 2018. 30 participants comprising legal officers, strategic planning officers, fight standards officers and relevant aviation personnel from 8 States/ Administrations participated.  

The International Air Law Course presented by ICAO Global Aviation Training Office (GAT) was held at the ICAO APAC Regional Office in Bangkok, Thailand from 26 February to 2 March 2018.


The International Air Law Course presented by ICAO Global Aviation Training Office (GAT) was held at the ICAO APAC Regional Office in Bangkok, Thailand from 26 February to 2 March 2018. 30 participants comprising legal officers, strategic planning officers, fight standards officers and relevant aviation personnel from 8 States/ Administrations participated.

The course enabled the participants, representing Civil Aviation Authorities/Administrations, Airports, and Air Navigation Service Providers to support their organization to comply with relevant international air law instruments and provisions, through the application of appropriate knowledge and advocacy. Training was conducted by Mr. Artur Eberg and Mr. Silverio Espinola, two versatile professionals in international air law on civil aviation. Mr. Arun Mishra, Regional Director of the APAC Regional Office awarded the certificates to the course participants. 

ICAO Global Aviation Training Office (GAT) aims to establish coordinated, effective and efficient mechanisms to support the development of human resources in aviation for the Member States and the industry. For further information about ICAO GAT training, please visit https://www.icao.int/Training/Pages/default.aspx

 

 

​ICAO COSCAP Workshop on Cabin Crew Competency-based Training
(16-20 October 2017, Bangkok, Thailand)

ICAO COSCAP project, with the assistance of the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore presented the second training course, conducted in consecutive weeks for Cabin Safety personnel under the 2017 Training Programme. A limited number of seats were allocated to the Member States of COSCAP-South Asia and COSCAP-North Asia in this training activity as well. The activity, presented in the form of a workshop, ‘ICAO Workshop on Cabin Crew Competency-based Training’ was held at the ICAO APAC Regional Office in Bangkok, Thailand from 16 to 20 October 2017. There were 30 participants (State cabin safety inspectors, cabin safety specialists, cabin crew licensing officers, cabin safety rulemaking officers, airline cabin crew training managers and cabin safety managers and other aviation personnel) from 10 States/ Administrations.


The workshop focused on the State personnel responsible for the approval and oversight of cabin crew training programmes developed by operators or training organizations, as well as personnel responsible for the development and implementation of an operator’s cabin crew training programme. It gave a general overview of ICAO requirements related to cabin safety and cabin crew training and delivered knowledge on the development and implementation of competency-based cabin crew training programmes as well as the key components of it such as approval of training devices, cabin crew instructor competencies and qualifications. It was conducted by Mr. Allan Tang, Principal Training Specialist from the Singapore Aviation Academy.

 

 

 

  

ICAO COSCAP Investigation of Cabin Safety Aspects in Accidents and Incidents
(9-13 October 2017, Bangkok, Thailand)

 

ICAO COSCAP project, with the assistance of the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore presented two training courses for Cabin Safety personnel under its 2017 Work Programme. A limited number of seats were allocated to the Member States of COSCAP-South Asia and COSCAP-North Asia in this training activity as well. The first course, ‘Investigation of Cabin Safety Aspects in Accidents and Incidents’ was held at the ICAO APAC Regional Office in Bangkok, Thailand from 9 to 13 October 2017. There were 23 participants (Accident investigators, cabin safety specialists, civil aviation safety inspectors, airline safety managers, and other aviation personnel) from 7 States/ Administrations participated.

The training course was intended to develop competencies of persons involved in investigating cabin safety aspects of occurrences, including survival factors in accidents. It also provided general knowledge on ICAO provisions relevant to cabin safety and security contained in the ICAO Annexes along with cabin crew competency-based training concepts, human performance and associated guidance material. Training was conducted by Mr. Allan Tang, Principal Training Specialist from the Singapore Aviation Academy.

 

 

 

ICAO COSCAP SEA - Fundamental of Personnel Licensing (15-19 May 2017, Bangkok, Thailand)

 

 

ICAO COSCAP-SEA project and Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore presented the 2017 Training Programme for Government Safety Inspectors with four courses in the initial phase of the training programme. The fourth course "Fundamental of Personnel Licensing" was held at the ICAO APAC Regional Office in Bangkok, Thailand from 15 to 19 May 2017. The course was attended by 30 participants from 10 States/ Administrations. The training covered the fundamental knowledge as well as case studies related to licensing issues encountered by the Personnel Licensing Officers and Inspectors. The course was conducted by Mr. Allan Tang (Principal Training Specialist, Singapore Aviation Academy). All documents are available at: http://www.icao.int/APAC/Meetings/Pages/2017-PEL.aspx

 

 

​ICAO COSCAP SEA - Air Operator Certification and Surveillance Seminar for Flight Operations Inspectors (13-17 March 2017, Bangkok, Thailand)

 

ICAO COSCAP-SEA project and Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore presented the 2017 Training Programme for Government Safety Inspectors with four courses in the initial phase of the training programme. The third course "Air Operator Certification and Surveillance Seminar for Flight Operations Inspectors" was held at the ICAO APAC Regional Office in Bangkok, Thailand from 13 to 17 March 2017. The course was attended by 38 participants from 8 States/ Administrations. The training covered the guidelines and knowledge needed for certificating air operators using relevant ICAO Manuals and SARPs. The course was conducted by Mr. Allan Tang (Principal Training Specialist, Singapore Aviation Academy). All documents are available at: http://www.icao.int/APAC/Meetings/Pages/2017-AOC-SFOI.aspx

 

 

​​ ICAO COSCAP SEA - AIR OPERATOR CERTIFICATION AND SURVEILLANCE SEMINAR FOR AIRWORTHINESS INSPECTORS (20-24 FEBRUARY 2017, BANGKOK, THAILAND)   

ICAO COSCAP-SEA project and Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore presented the 2017 Training Programme for Government Safety Inspectors with four courses in the initial phase of the training programme. The second course "Air Operator Certification and Surveillance Seminar for Airworthiness Inspectors" was held at the ICAO APAC Regional Office in Bangkok, Thailand from 20 to 24 February 2017. The course was attended by 23 participants from 9 States/ Administrations. The training covered the guidelines and knowledge needed for certificating maintenance organizations and air operators using relevant ICAO Manuals and SARPs. The course was conducted by Mr. Michael Pang (Head of School of Aviation Safety and Security, Singapore Aviation Academy). All documents are available at: http://www.icao.int/APAC/Meetings/Pages/2017-AOC-SAI.aspx


 

​​ICAO COSCAP SEA - AUDITING TECHNIQUES AND PRACTICES FOR AVIATION REGULATORS (6-10 FEBRUARY 2017, BANGKOK, THAILAND)   

ICAO COSCAP-SEA project and Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore presented the 2017 Training Programme for Government Safety Inspectors with four courses in the initial phase of the training programme. The first course "Auditing Techniques and Practices for Aviation Regulators" was held at the ICAO APAC Regional Office in Bangkok, Thailand from 6 to 10 February 2017. The course was attended by 42 participants from 9 States/ Administrations. The training covered the foundation on the principles and procedures for the conducting safety audits on an aviation organization. The course was conducted by Mr. Allan Tang (Principal Training Specialist, Singapore Aviation Academy). All documents are available at: http://www.icao.int/APAC/Meetings/Pages/2017-AT-PAR.aspx 

 

 

 

ICAO COSCAPS - RECURRENT DANGEROUS GOODS SAFETY OVERSIGHT WORKSHOP (19-21 JANUARY 2017, BANGKOK, THAILAND)

COSCAP-NA, COSCAP-SA and COSCAP-SEA presented the Recurrent Dangerous Goods Safety Oversight Workshop at the ICAO APAC Regional Office in Bangkok, Thailand from 19 to 21 January 2017. The course was attended by 55 participants from 12 States/Administrations. The training provided updates on the tools and best practices for the improvement of National Dangerous Goods Safety Oversight program in order to comply with the latest the requirements established in the Annex 18 of the ICAO Convention on International Civil Aviation. The course was conducted by Mr. Daniel J. Sylvestre (Dangerous Goods Inspector from Transport Canada). All documents are available at: http://www.icao.int/APAC/Meetings/Pages/2017-DGR-COSCAPs-VT-.aspx


 

 

ICAO COSCAPS - DANGEROUS GOODS RECURRENT TRAINING ON ICAO TECHNICAL INSTRUCTIONS (16-18 JANUARY 2017, BANGKOK, THAILAND)

 

COSCAP-NA, COSCAP-SA and COSCAP-SEA presented the Dangerous Goods Recurrent Training on ICAO Technical Instructions at the ICAO APAC Regional Office in Bangkok, Thailand from 16 to 18 January 2017. The course was attended by 63 participants from 13 States/ Administrations. The training covered the essential segments and the recent changes of the current edition of "ICAO Technical Instructions for the Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods by Air" as well as exercises in the acceptance and handling of dangerous goods.  The course was conducted by Mr. Daniel J. Sylvestre (Dangerous Goods Inspector from Transport Canada). All documents are available at: http://www.icao.int/APAC/Meetings/Pages/2017-DGR-COSCAPs-VT-.aspx

 

 

 

CAPSCA EIGHTH ASIA PACIFIC AND SIXTH GLOBAL COORDINATION MEETING (15-18 NOVEMBER 2016, BANGKOK, THAILAND) 
 

The Eighth Asia Pacific Regional Meeting of the ICAO Collaborative Arrangement for the Prevention and Management of Public Health Events in Civil Aviation (CAPSCA-AP/8) and the Sixth CAPSCA Global Coordination Meeting (CAPSCA GLOBAL/6) were co-convened by International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and World Health Organization (WHO) from 15 to 18 November 2016 at ICAO Asia and Pacific Regional Office (ICAO APAC) in Bangkok, Thailand.

The meeting was attended by a total of eighty seven (87) participants from twenty eight (28) States (Bangladesh, Bhutan, Burkina Faso, China, Côte D'Ivoire, Ghana, Hong Kong China, Macao China, Indonesia, Italy, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Mexico, Nepal, Nigeria, the Philippines, Republic Of South Africa, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Swaziland, Thailand, Togo, Uganda, United Arab Emirates, Viet Nam and Zambia) and five (5) International Organizations (WHO, ACI, CDC, IFALPA and IOM) and a Private Sector (Allied Aviation Co., Ltd.).

The meeting participants shared their expertise in ICAO workshops (Tools for management of communicable disease / Capacity building and CAPSCA training) and WHO workshop (case study on board an aircraft arriving from a country with Ebola Virus Disease transmission to a non-affected country). All documents are available at:http://www.icao.int/APAC/Meetings/Pages/2016-CAPSCA.aspx  

 

 

 

​ICAO APAC COSCAPS - STATE SAFETY PROGRAMME (SSP) IMPLEMENTATION COURSE (7-11 NOVEMBER 2016, BANGKOK, THAILAND) 

Asia and Pacific COSCAPs, COSCAP North Asia, COSCAP South Asia and COSCAP South East Asia, presented a State Safety Programme (SSP) Implementation Course at the ICAO APAC Office, Bangkok, Thailand from 7 to 11 November 2016.

The course was delivered by Mr. Teo Gim Thong, Principal Training Specialist - Safety Management from Singapore Aviation Academy to 38 participants from 12 member States/Administrations and 2 International Organizations within the region (COSCAPs and IFALPA).

The objectives of a 5-day State Safety Programme (SSP) Implementation Course are to develop participants' knowledge on the Standards and Recommended Practice (SARPs) related to the SSP, the SSP framework and its components, and related guidance material. All documents are available at: http://www.icao.int/APAC/Meetings/Pages/2016-SSP.aspx

 

 

 

 

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