The second training programme of the Qatar-African Co-operation Program, in the field of human resource development for civil aviation, was launched Sunday.
The initiative aims to raise the efficiency of human resources in the African continent and strengthen co-operation frameworks with civil aviation authorities; to unify positions in international forums and achieve the common interests of both parties, especially after the African continent in recent years witnessed an expansion in markets and a remarkable rise in economic growth and the level of services. This heralds a promising future for the continent rich in natural and human resources.Last updated: June 27 2022 12:43 AM
The programme also aims to contribute to achieving the interests of Qatar's national carrier, increase opportunities for development of transport rights, and expand investment opportunities for the carrier on the African continent.
The second programme, which began Sunday, will continue till June 30, with the participation of 25 trainees, including 19 from the African civil aviation authorities, in addition to an official from the African Civil Aviation Commission, and six trainees from the Qatar Civil Aviation Authority (QCAA).
The participation aims to exchange information in the field of aviation, and interact with trainees from the African civil aviation authorities to build good working relationships that contribute to better co-operation.
The topics of the training course include introducing Annex 18 to the Chicago Convention on International Civil Aviation, as well as the types of crises facing aviation security departments and preparing and training security emergency plans. (QNA)