This five-day interactive workshop is designed to familiarize participants with the requirements of an Airport Security Programme (ASP) and enable them to draft and review such programmes. It is recommended that nominees be at the senior or middle management level within the State’s appropriate authority, or within an airport, who are responsible for the approval, quality control, drafting, updating and/or implementation of ASPs. It is also recommended that participants have attended a specialized aviation security training activity, such as the ICAO National Civil Aviation Security Programme Workshop or Management Course, prior to attending this workshop.
This five-day interactive workshop is designed to familiarize participants with the requirements of a National Civil Aviation Security Programme (NCASP) and enable them to draft and review such a programme. It is recommended that nominees be at the senior or middle management level within the State’s appropriate authority who are responsible for the control, drafting, review, updating and/or implementation of NCASP.
This five-day interactive workshop is designed to provide aviation security management personnel the knowledge and skills needed to develop effective aviation security quality control measures under the context of a National Civil Aviation Security Quality Control Programme (NCASQCP). The workshop will also assist in the development of documentation, implementation methodology, and maintenance of appropriate oversight and internal quality assurance procedures. Nominees should be at the senior or middle management level with responsibility for the development, approval and/or implementation of quality control activities. Participants should also have previous knowledge and/or experience in aviation security oversight functions. It is suggested that States currently in the process of drafting or updating its NCASQCP consider nominating the individual(s) dedicated to this task for this workshop.
This five-day interactive workshop is designed to familiarize participants with the general principles of developing, implementing and maintaining an aviation security certification systems, with an emphasis given to screener certification, aviation security instructor certification and national inspector certification. The workshop will expose participants to guidance material incorporated in the ICAO Aviation Security Manual (Doc 8973 – Restricted) and provide an opportunity to develop sample programmes that can be used as the foundation for developing specific State certification systems and/or be incorporated into existing ones. This workshop is designed for personnel responsible for the development, implementation and/or oversight aviation security certification systems.
This five-day interactive workshop is designed for participants to familiarize with the general principles of a National Civil Aviation Security Training Programme (NCASTP). The workshop will also provide participants with the knowledge and skills necessary to develop and implement a NCASTP that addresses training requirements, including certification according to their National Civil Aviation Programme. This workshop creates an opportunity for participants to develop a draft of NCASTP by utilizing the ICAO template. Participants should be at the senior or middle management level with a role in the development, implementation and/or oversight of the NCASTP.
This four-day interactive workshop is designed for aviation security management personnel and focuses on risk management as it applies to protecting civil aviation against acts of unlawful interference. The workshop will provide participants with the opportunity to assess risk through the identification and evaluation of threats, consequences and vulnerabilities. This workshop will expose participants to guidance material incorporated in the ICAO Global Risk Context Statement and provide the skills necessary to apply risk management methodology when determining the appropriate level of security measures to be implemented. Nominees should be directly involved in the assessment or management of threats, vulnerabilities and/or risk on behalf of their State, to include but not limited to the appropriate authority for aviation security, National Police, Intelligence Services, or, airports, airlines and other aviation security stakeholder.