Presentation on theme: "Chairmans Report - 3 rd Meeting of the CAeM Expert Team on Education and Training. ET/ET 3 Kelowna BC, Canada. 9-13 August 2010."— Presentation transcript:
Chairmans Report - 3 rd Meeting of the CAeM Expert Team on Education and Training. ET/ET 3 Kelowna BC, Canada August 2010
Background At CAeM XIII – 2006, the session was invited to review the structure of the Commission, and agree on modifications or a new structure which will enable the effective and efficient delivery of the proposed work programme. New structure included the formation of Expert Teams. –Education and Training (ET/ET). –New Terminal Forecast (ET/NTF). –Customer Relations (ET/CR).
Existing Structure – CAeM Management and Expert/Task Teams. PRESIDENT: C.M. SHUN (Hong Kong, China) VICE-PRESIDENT: Ian LISK (UK) Expert Teams: Education and Training (ET/ET) Shakeer Baig (Trinidad & Tobago) – Chair. Meteorological Services in the Terminal Area (ET/MSTA) Stephanie Desbois (France) – Chair. Governance and Parthnership (ET/GP) Cynthia Abelman (USA) – Chair. Task Teams: Competency Assesment Toolkit (TT/CAT) Kent Johnson (Canada) – Chair. MSTA User Needs (TT/MSTA UN) Ian Lisk (UK) – Chair. Implementation and Coordination Team (ICT) – Chairs of 3 Expert Teams. Inter-Programme Coordination Team on Space Weather (ICTSW).
Expert Team on Education and Training (ET/ET) Shakeer BAIG (Trinidad& Tobago) – Chair. Core Members: Raf WINDMOLDERS (Belgium) Carl WEISS (USA) Chris WEBSTER (New Zealand) Leena NEITINIEMI-UPOLA (Finland) C.C. (Queenie) LAM (Hong Kong), China
ET/ET Background 1 st Meeting – Pretoria, South Africa April nd Meeting – Bridgetown, Barbados 30 th November to 4 th December Sign off on the final text on the top level AMP Competency Standards which went forward at CAeM XIV for endorsement and final agreement at EC-LXII. Make significant progress on the development of the Secondary Level AMP Competency assessment guidance (now up to V18). Provide preliminary guidance on the content of the ET/ET Strategy and Work-plan.
Achievements ET/ET March – July st Meeting via Tele-conference 22 nd April Introductions, ET/ET linkages with TT-CAT, Reviewed our Work-Plan 2010/2014, Discussed 1 st and 2 nd Level AMP Competence descriptions. 2 nd Meeting via Tele-conference 24 th June Discussed outcomes of 1 st meeting TT-CAT Bucharest – Romania 10 – 14 th May Plan for our 1 st face-to-face meeting. Conduct wide ranging discussion utilizing CAeM XIV e-forum and blog.
ET/ET Priorities Produce an agreed version of 2 nd Level AMP Competency Assessment Descriptions. Collaborate with WMO-ETR to facilitate compliance with AMP qualification and competency requirements. Ongoing Development of the website.http://www.caem.wmo.int/moodle - link with EUMETCAL training materials and resources. Strengthening of links with the aviation meteorological training resources available through collaboration with the COMET Programme. Explore the potential for forecasting applications of AMDAR (Aircraft Data Meteorological Relay) and TAMDAR (Tropospheric Airborne Meteorological Data Reporting) data and review AMDAR/TAMDAR related case studies – include on our website. Obtain International Aeronautical Meteorological Training materials and resources for review and possible inclusion on our website (Core members Regional Assignments). QMS (Nov 2012) and the need to include additional QMS training and best practice material on our website.