Doc AN/ Manual of. Evidence-based Training Procedures for Air Navigation Services — Training (Doc ). Manual of Criteria for the. Doc (PEL system), (ATO), (UPRT), (FSTD) Training ( PANS-TRG, Doc ) – Applicable 5 November 3 to the PANS-TRG (Doc ) was approved by the This document includes the new Chapter 7 of PANS-TRG, some quickly became an ICAO priority.
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ICAO DOC 9868
General provisions for competency-based training and assessment which are applicable to the whole range of aviation personnel. The focus was also put on the requirement for ANSPs, Training centers and authorities to ask themselves the right questions in elaborating a training and assesment program corresponding to their ifao context. In addition, several competency frameworks with associated guidance have been developed for other aviation functions, such as flight validation pilots, flight procedure designers, designated medical examiners, State employees involved in the transport of dangerous goods by air and cabin crew.
If you wish to roc it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Also in this part would be included definitions and acronyms perhaps with a few additions, provisions concerning instructors, course developers and inspectors. We think you have liked this presentation. Auth with social network: To accommodate proposed three new chapters related to ATM personnel To accommodate future inclusion of existing competency frameworks and those under development.
Amendment No. 3 to the PANS-TRG (Doc ) – Chapter 7 UPRT
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My presentations Profile Feedback Log out. Share buttons are a 9688 bit lower. It is considered that the adoption of competency-based approaches for ATM professionals will benefit the industry because it will simultaneously encourage standardized performance on the job and provide flexibility in how to achieve this goal.
Some existing provisions apply to all aviation functions including ATM personnel.