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Update on ICAOs Next Generation of Aviation Professionals …and Other Initiatives Mohamed Elamiri C/SSA, Air navigation Bureau WATS 2010 1 Orlando, 27 April,

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1 Update on ICAOs Next Generation of Aviation Professionals …and Other Initiatives Mohamed Elamiri C/SSA, Air navigation Bureau WATS Orlando, 27 April, 2010

2 Overview Quantifying the needs NGAP initiatives ICAOs work on FRMS & LPRs Whats next Orlando, 27 April,

3 * Future pilots requirements* vs training capacities Asia / Pacific Pilots Capacity ICAO Africa Pilots Capacity ICAO Europe Pilots Capacity ICAO North America Pilots Capacity ICAO Middle East Pilots Capacity ICAO Pilots capacity ICAO Latin America Pilots Capacity ICAO World SHORTAGE Forecasts Preliminary computation Source: ICAO preliminary figures

4 ITQI Orlando, 27 April, Training and Qualifications Initiative (ITQI) Since October 2007

5 ITQI Deliverables & ICAO Documentation Engineering & maintenance Procedures for competency-based training to be included in ICAO Doc 9868 – PANS- Training Guidelines for approved training organizations to be included in amended ICAO Doc Approval of Flight Crew Training Organizations Flight operations Procedures for Evidence- based training to be included in ICAO Doc 9868 – PANS- Training with supporting guidance in a manual Procedures for MPL Instructor and Evaluator qualifications to be included in ICAO Doc 9868 – PANS- Training 5

6 NGAP Roundtable Orlando, 27 April, ICAO Next Generation of Aviation Professionals (NGAP) Roundtable May 2009

7 NGAP Task Force Orlando, 27 April, May 2009 All stakeholders of the aviation community Complimentary to ITQI

8 Looking beyond the economic crisis: mobilizing the aviation community to recruit, educate, train and retain the next generation of aviation professionals Orlando, 27 April,

9 NGAP Symposium Outcomes ICAO Training Policy – 3Q 2010 ICAO endorsement of training institutions – 2011 Competencies for Annex 1 functions – 2011 Collection of human resource data through ICAOs Economic Analysis and Policy Section Orlando, 27 April,

10 NGAP Task Force Work Programme Accreditation Competencies for flight crew in the left seat, check airmen and instructors for large aeroplanes (>5 700 kg) powered by turbine engines Competencies for air traffic controllers Review of competencies for maintenance personnel Global Forum and Outreach Orlando, 27 April,

11 Other Recent Initiatives Fatigue Risk Management Systems (FRMS) Endorsement mechanism for Aviation Language Test Providers Orlando, 27 April,

12 Managing fatigue What we do now - FDLs Does it work? FRMS – a way forward. Orlando, 27 April,

13 What is FRMS? Aims to manage fatigue irrespective of the cause. Based on science and empirical findings. Is data driven. Requires a systematic, organizational approach. A continuous process of planning, monitoring and managing the level of alertness of flight and cabin crew when performing their duties.

14 Why move to FRMS? Prescribed limitations provide only one slice of cheese. FRMS provides more defence barriers. Addresses alertness variables not addressed by FDLs. Reflects unique and changing airline factors. Manages fatigue risk relevant to specific circumstances Allows for greater operational flexibility.

15 What is ICAO proposing? For application to: Annex 6, Part 1 Operators: International Commercial Air Transport – Aeroplanes Flight crew and cabin crew All SARPs related to fatigue management to be brought under one broad heading Prescriptive FDLs (as current) FRMS States to choose whether they will allow FRMS as an option to their operators States to continue to provide prescriptive FDL regulations

16 What happens to the proposed FRMS SARPs now? As of now:Preliminary review of proposed FRMS SARPs completed and accepted. May 2010: State Letter to States. Nov/Dec 2010: Final review by ANC Mar 2011: Adoption by Council Nov 2011: Applicable date

17 Other Recent Initiatives Fatigue Risk Management Systems (FRMS) Endorsement mechanism for Aviation Language Test Providers Orlando, 27 April,

18 Endorsement of Aviation Language Test Providers – WHY? High stakes! Foster aviation language training and testing industrys regulation Access expertise Orlando, 27 April,

19 Endorsement of Aviation Language Test Providers – HOW? Voluntary basis Self-funding and self-sustaining In partnership with ILTA, ICAEA, IFALPA and IFATCA Non-threatening and formative Orlando, 27 April,

20 Endorsement of Aviation Language Test Providers – WHEN? Advise the community – July 2010 Start voluntary endorsement process – September 2010 onward Orlando, 27 April,

21 In Conclusion ICAO is addressing the human capital challenge NGAP Task Force needs your support FRMS Standards are on their way ICAO is assisting the community to implement the language proficiency requirements. Orlando, 27 April,

22 VISION FOR NEXT GENERATION OF AVIATION PROFESSIONALS global and regional requirements of licensed aviation personnel In these difficult times, it is more important than ever to get information from reliable sources and to double check it carefully…In these difficult times, it is more important than ever to get information from reliable sources and to double check it carefully… …Save the day through neutral, factual, precise entity, the International Civil Aviation Organization Pierre Sparaco, aeromorning.com, Toulouse, FRANCE Publication available 2 nd Quarter 2010

23 Thank you 23 Orlando, 27 April, 2010


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