National Training Activities

Kenya

Taking into account the needs of the State of Kenya, the level of AVSEC training, experience and expertise of both operators and regulators, the level of implementation of AVSEC measures, the documentation and regulations and the requests of CAA, the following the following five (5) training activities were conducted in Kenya from 10th February to 7th March 2014,:

1.    Kenya Aviation Security Management & Organization (19 participants).
2.    Jomo Kenyatta International Airport ASP Workshop (21 participants).
3.    Bomb Threat Assessment Course (21 participants).
4.    Airline Security Operations Course for Non-Airline Security Staff (21 participants).
5.    Security Risk Assessment & Crisis Management Course (20 participants).

In Kenya, a total of 102 persons from the State main AVSEC stakeholder organizations participated in the activities of the training programme.

Participants to the Kenya Aviation Security Organization and Management Course pose for a group photo with the experts after the training at the East African School of Aviation in February 2014

Mauritius

During the on-site mission, the Project Team will assess existing capabilities, identify training needs, develop and deliver a training program covering key priority areas specific to the requirements of the State.

Namibia

During the on-site mission, the Project Team will assess existing capabilities, identify training needs, develop and deliver a training program covering key priority areas specific to the requirements of the State.

Rwanda

Taking into account the needs of the State of Rwanda, the level of AVSEC training, experience and expertise of both operators and regulators, the level of implementation of AVSEC measures, the documentation and regulations and the requests of CAA, the following the following five (5) training activities were conducted in Rwanda from 29th July to 16th August 2013:

1.    Management of Aviation Security Course  (20 participants).
2.    Security Risk Assessment & Crisis Management Course (20 participants).
3.    Screening Workshop (20 participants).
4.    NCASP Workshop (19 participants).
5.    Kigali International Airport Security Programme Workshop (19 participants).

In Rwanda, a total of 98 persons from the State main AVSEC stakeholder organizations participated in the activities of the training programme.

Participants to the Screeners Workshop drawn for the Rwanda National Police and Rwanda Defence Forces pose for a group photo with the team of experts.

Seychelles

From 21st October to 20th November 2013 the following training activities were delivered:

1. National Civil Aviation Security Quality Control Programme Workshop (21 participants).
2. Crisis Management Course (18 participants)
3. Bomb Threat Assessment Course (29 participants).
4. NCASP Workshop (21 participants).
5. SIA ASP Workshop (25 participants).

In the Seychelles, a total of 114 persons from the State main AVSEC stakeholder organizations participated in the activities of the training programme.

Participants to the Security Risk & Crisis Management Course performing a group task. Trainings were highly interactive

 

Participants to the Crisis Management Course pose for a group photo with the experts

Uganda

Training Activities for Uganda

Taking into account the needs of the State of Uganda, the level of AVSEC training, experience and expertise of both operators and regulators, the level of implementation of AVSEC measures, the documentation and regulations and the requests of UCAA, the following training activities were delivered between 2nd to 27th June 2014:

1. Uganda AVSEC Management and Organization Course (June 02nd to 06th).
2. Security Risk & Crisis Management Course (June 09th to 13th).
3. Airline Security Course (for non-airline staff) (June 16th to 20th).
4. EIA ASP Workshop (June 23th to 24th).
5. Bomb Threat Assessment Course (August 25th to 27th).

A total of 91 persons participated in the training programme. The performance of all participants to the five (5) training courses was evaluated through written exam and overall the participants obtained an average mark of 85.35%.

The training activities brought together participants from all aviation security stakeholders in Uganda including the CAA, the police, military, airlines, ground handling and cargo operators. 

There were very positive comments given by the participants at the end of the courses which indicate that the objectives of the training program were fully met.

It is worth mentioning that Uganda also sent a total of 8 AVSEC professionals to attend the regional training activities offered for the ESAF region at the East African School of Aviation in Nairobi, Kenya.

 

Participants to the Uganda AVSEC Management & Organization Course pose for a group photo with the instructors 

Participants to the Uganda AVSEC Management & Organization Course pose for a group photo with the instructors

Participants to the Security Risk & Crisis Management Course pose for a group photo with the instructors 

Participants to the Security Risk & Crisis Management Course pose for a group photo with the instructors

Zimbabwe

During the on-site mission, the Project Team will assess existing capabilities, identify training needs, develop and deliver a training program covering key priority areas specific to the requirements of the State.

WACAF

During the on-site mission, the Project Team will assess existing capabilities, identify training needs, develop and deliver a training program covering key priority areas specific to the requirements of the State.