July 22, 2019

3.2.1 Enhance Safety Oversight in Cambodia - Training for Airworthiness Inspectors, 10-26 July 2019

By the end of this course participants will demonstrate an understanding of the following through presentation and interactive discussion:

  • Foundation topics: International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), structure of a typical EU CAA, and the concept of airworthiness.
     

  • Knowledge in the Design and Production field: Design Organisation Approval process, certification of large and small aircraft, rotorcraft, flight handling, propulsion regulation, power plant installation, aircraft equipment approvals, installation approval, structures
     

  • Requirements regarding continuing airworthiness: maintenance and reliability programmes, airworthiness and avionics, ageing aircraft, quality in aircraft maintenance, engineer licensing, EASA Part 145 approved organisations and the Air Operators Certificate
     

  • Quality in aircraft maintenance and engineer licensing
     

  • Identify with flight operations and maintenance: The Air Operators Certificate, aerial work and corporate aircraft and MMEL
     

  • Knowledge regarding interfaces: accident and occurrence reporting, flight data recording analysis and aircraft accident prevention.

Here is the presentation delivered during the session

September 05, 2019

Activity: 3.2.1 - FOPS: Flight Operations Inspectors Classroom and On-the-Job Training together with review of Handbooks and Procedures. This activity was kindly hosted by State Secretariat of Civil Aviation of Cambodia from 10 to 28 June 2019 in Phnom Penh, Cambodia

By the end of the course, through a combination of structured lectures, multimedia presentations, case study discussions, workshops and syndicate group activities, participants will have acquired the core skill sets required to perform a Flight Operations Inspecting role in the regulatory environment.

They will have additionally experienced additional OJT aimed at the more technically specific elements of this function, and the basics of an Overview NAA auditing practice.  The objective of the NAA manual and procedures advisory audit is to assess the NAA’s compliance with ICAO Flight Operations recommendations, with EASA part ARA and with the NAA’s own core regulatory requirements

Here is the document delivered during the session​

September 02, 2019

3.2.2 Aerodrome Inspector's Classroom and On-the-Job Training together with review of Handbooks and Procedures. The activity was kindly hosted by Department of Civil Aviation of Myanmar from 22 July - 1 of August 2019.

The purpose of this training is to provide a hands-on practical activity for aerodrome inspectors, covering the following topics:

•            The Authority oversight programme (for airports and Apron Management Services Providers)

•            Safety programmes and aerodrome safety committees

•            Wildlife control programme

•            Obstacle control and monitoring

•            Monitoring and mitigating hazards related to human activities

•            On-site aerodrome visit”

The following Technical Document/Presentation are available for viewing/download:

October 10, 2019

3.2.2 Dangerous Goods Inspector’s Classroom and On-the-Job Training together with review of Handbooks and Procedures. The activity was kindly hosted by Department of Civil Aviation of Myanmar in Yangon from 17 to 19 June 2019.

 

The classroom course will develop the inspector’s knowledge and understanding of the State’s responsibilities for dangerous goods oversight; operational approvals and shipment authorizations; safety investigations and enforcement. OJT will provide practical experience and develop inspector competence.  An NAA “audit” will assess implementation of State safety oversight for dangerous goods

The following Technical Document/Presentation are available for viewing/download:

March 17, 2019

3.3.1 Enhancing Aviation Security Oversight – Workshop in Indonesia, 19-23 November 2018

This workshop was well attended by a diverse group of 29 participants, in terms of both their roles and locations around Indonesia.   On completion of the workshop they were equipped with:

 

·        A good understanding of the fundamental role that a proper Risk Assessment, has in determining from the outset what the NASP needs to cover to reduce that Residual Risk;- duly considering the Threats and the Counter-Measures, all properly weighted and scored

·        An appreciation of how the three main components of a strong AvSec regime (human resource, technology and process) need to perform both at a consistently high level and in harmony with each other to generate that sort of regime;

·        A clear vision of how a Quality Assurance programme plays an essential role in sustaining an effective and efficient regime;

·        An initial grounding on the degree to which a strong Security Culture underpins everything that the entity (airport, regulator, airline etc.) is trying to achieve with that regime;

·        Finally, the workshop’s OJT session proved a useful vehicle for delivering not only a strong flavour of how an audit or inspection is prepared and carried out; but also how the results lead to an in-depth conversation around an Acton Plan to benchmark what exactly a strong AvSec regime actually looks like and can be measured.  

October 15, 2018

ICAO Global Aviation Gender Summit was held in Cape Town, South Africa on 8-10 August

The objectives of the Global Aviation Gender Summit are to advocate for increased opportunities and participation of women in the global aviation sector by:

  • Urging States and the aviation industry to demonstrate strong, determined leadership and commitment to gender equality in aviation, and to work together to press for progress;

  • Mobilizing the global aviation community to discuss existing barriers for gender equality in aviation and to share best practices, programmes and initiatives aimed at overcoming these barriers; and

  • Identifying concrete actions which can be taken to accelerate gender equality in aviation and promoting partnerships amongst interested stakeholders to implement these actions.

More information about this activity can be found at the following link

https://www.icao.int/Meetings/AviationGenderSummit/Pages/default.aspx.

October 15, 2018

3.3.2 Enhancing Aviation Security Oversight – Workshop in the Philippines, 19-23 November 2018

This workshop was well attended by a diverse group of 37 participants, in terms of both their roles and locations around the Philippines.   On completion of the workshop they were equipped with:

 

·        A good understanding of the fundamental role that a proper Risk Assessment, has in determining from the outset what the NASP needs to cover to reduce that Residual Risk;- duly considering the Threats and the Counter-Measures, all properly weighted and scored

·        An appreciation of how the three main components of a strong AvSec regime (human resource, technology and process) need to perform both at a consistently high level and in harmony with each other to generate that sort of regime;

·        A clear vision of how a Quality Assurance programme plays an essential role in sustaining an effective and efficient regime;

·        An initial grounding on the degree to which a strong Security Culture underpins everything that the entity (airport, regulator, airline etc.) is trying to achieve with that regime;

·        Finally, the workshop’s OJT session proved a useful vehicle for delivering not only a strong flavour of how an audit or inspection is prepared and carried out; but also how the results lead to an in-depth conversation around an Acton Plan to benchmark what exactly a strong AvSec regime actually looks like and can be measured.  

December 11, 2018

ARISE Plus Civil Aviation - Air Transport Activity: “3.4.1 Enhance Passenger Protection – Raise Awareness of Consumer and Passenger Protection Issues". The workshop was kindly hosted by Department of Civil Aviation of Brunei in Bandar Seri Begawan from 4 to 6 of December 2018 with the following objectives:

̶    Enhance the awareness of AMS on air passenger protection in ASEAN

̶    Provide the basis for an analysis of AMS’ air passenger protection

̶    Share initial European experience on issues that are being identified

 

Technical documents and presentations delivered during the workshop are available for viewing/download as follows:

 

April 16, 2019

ARISE Plus Civil Aviation - Air Transport Activity: “3.4.2 Enhance Passenger Protection – Raise Awareness of Consumer and Passenger Protection Issues". The workshop was kindly hosted by Department of Civil Aviation of Lao PDR from 2 to 4 of April 2019 with the following objectives:

  • Enhance the awareness of AMS on air passenger protection in ASEAN

  • Carry out an analysis of AMS’ existing air passenger protection regimes, determine critical elements for harmonization

  • Further share European experience on issues that are being identified

 

Technical documents and presentations delivered during the workshop are available for viewing/download as follows:

 

October 14, 2019

ARISE Plus Civil Aviation - Air Transport Activity: “3.4.3 Enhance Passenger Protection – Raise Awareness of Consumer and Passenger Protection Issues". The workshop was kindly hosted by Department of Civil Aviation of Myanmar from 9 to 11 of October 2019 with the following objectives:

  • Further enhance the awareness of AMS on air passenger protection in ASEAN

  • Continue carrying out analysis of AMS’ existing air passenger protection regimes, determining critical elements, and discuss possible harmonization

  • Further share European and Asian experience on issues that are being identified

 

Technical documents and presentations delivered during the workshop are available for viewing/download as follows:

 

October 15, 2018

Cambodia’s aviation sector is growing fast and the construction/renovation of new airports is in the process of being finalised, it seems pivotal to start including environmental and climate considerations into Cambodia’s aviation. For the time being, environmental concerns are tackled only at the level of airport environment, as a follow up of ICAO’s comment on the work structure of the Airport Standard & Safety department.

The organisational structure, working group, regulations, action plans etc. are in the process of being created and in this context the topic of the State action plan appears the most relevant item to start with: involving all sector stakeholders in order to raise awareness of the importance of dealing with climate considerations, both in terms of environmental safeguard and in terms of possible financial implications linked to the carbon market.

Moreover, considering that MRV system shall be settled by 01.01.2019, independently from CORSIA, the training is aimed at giving the knowledge in terms of MRV, EMP and national legal framework required to be settled and in force before 01.01.2019.

OBJECTIVE:

 

̶    How to draft a climate action plan?

̶    How to involve sector stakeholders?

̶    How to select mitigation actions, best practices, best examples in the region, etc.

̶    CORSIA initiative as a possible mitigation measure

Presentations and technical documents delivered during the implementation of this activity are available at the following links.

October 15, 2018

Lao PDR has already appointed a CORSIA focal point and made a strong request for concrete capacity building, awareness activities and technical support in order to address climate and environmental topics towards the sector’s stakeholders. The project prefers to focus attention on the smallest and youngest actors as per ICAO’s spirit of the "No Country Left Behind" initiative, in order to be able to scale up the level at a later stage. This also considers the limited number of stakeholders in order to be able to produce replicable results in a short time to be used as best practice in other similar contexts.

OBJECTIVE:

̶    Action Plan on CO2 emission reduction

̶    Strategic and planning approach to the sector: MRV

̶    Creation of synergies with all sector operators

Presentations and technical documents delivered during the implementation of this activity are available at the following links

October 15, 2018

Activity 3.5.6 "Enhance climate change action Workshop 6 – State 3: National and international approach on the environment in the aviation sector. Database management as the tool capable of guaranteeing data accuracy and transparency both at domestic and international level". The activity was kindly hosted Department of Civil Aviation of Brunei Darussalam in Bandar Seri Begawan, from 4 to 5 of November 2019.

OBJECTIVES:

 

  • To raise awareness of DCA Brunei on the importance of an environmental data management approach to scale up the quality and accuracy of data to be shared with ICAO for international aviation and with the ministry in charge of environment for domestic purposes.

  • To present the successful story of Thailand and the benefits CAAT had in terms of completeness of data since the very beginning.

  • Simulations on how to deal with the environmental database will be used to ease the assessment and comprehension of the theme.

  • To buy in DCA Brunei and sector stakeholders in dealing with this tool

Presentations and technical documents delivered during the implementation of this activity are available at the following links

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