Fifth Special Meeting of the CounterTerrorism Committee
29 to 31 October 2007,
Nairobi, Kenya
sustainable development and capacity
building in aviation security
Capt. Haile Belai
[email protected]
Overview
 The ICAO Implementation Support and
Development (ISD) Programme:
 Objectives,
 Planning and implementation process;
 Training – a tool for capacity building in
aviation security;
 Coordination and Cooperation.
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ICAO’s ISD Programme
Why an implementation programme?
The establishment of ISD
 Consolidation of the Unified Strategic
Programme (USP) and the Coordinated
Assistance and Development (CAD)
Programme;
 ISD Safety and ISD, Security.
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ISD Objectives (Security)
 Support the initiative of ICAO Contracting States
in resolving identified safety oversight and/or
aviation security-related deficiencies;
 Support regional, sub-regional and national
aviation security training efforts through the
development, provision of support and delivery
of training programmes and workshops;
 Maintain an information exchange system
through a portal website that links to essential
and important aviation safety and securityrelated information.
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ISD Objectives (general)
 Within ICAO:
 facilitate and coordinate the implementation of
support-related activities of ICAO;
 provide and coordinate technical and strategic
support to projects executed by TCB such as the
Cooperative Development of Operational Safety and
Continuing Airworthiness Programmes (COSCAPs) and
the Cooperative Aviation Security Programmes (CASPs);
 conduct periodic project reviews and evaluations, on
behalf of TCB, aimed at effective project execution.
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Planning & implementation process
 ISD applies the Global Aviation Safety Roadmap
developed by the Industry Safety Strategy
Group (ISSG) and ICAO.
 The roadmap recognizes that all stakeholders
need to be involved and clearly identifies the
roles played by the regulatory and industry
elements.
 The roadmap is equally applicable to aviation
security-related activities as it is to safety.
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Planning & implementation process
 With respect to aviation security, the roadmap is
adapted to:
 allow for a more proactive approach,
 coordinate and guide security policies and initiatives
worldwide,
 promote a proactive approach to aviation security, and
 provide a means to ensure that aviation security
initiatives throughout the world deliver effective
security system through the coordination of effort thus
reducing inconsistency and duplication.
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Planning & implementation process
 Primary areas of focus (specific to Security):
 Consistent implementation of Annex 17 Standards
and Recommended Practices,
 Consistent regulatory oversight,
 Effective security-related errors and incidents
reporting (both at regulatory and operational level),
 Effective investigation of security-related events,
 Consistent coordination of Regional Programmes,
 Sufficient Number of Qualified Personnel, and
 Use of Technology to Enhance Security.
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Planning & implementation process
 A step-by-step process :
 Step 1: determine the subject for analysis,
 Step 2: Identify key stakeholders,
 Step 3: Outline the security strengths and enablers,
 Step 4: Identify the existing and emerging
risks/threats,
 Step 5: Perform a gap (needs) analysis,
 Step 6: Develop prioritized recommended actions,
 Step 7: Develop an action plan proposal,
 Step 8: Monitor execution; and
 Step 9: Perform continuous evaluation.
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Training – a tool for capacity building
ISD’s aviation security related activities
 Develop Aviation Security Training Packages
(ASTPs);
 Provide support to Regional and Sub-regional
Aviation Security Training Centres (ASTCs);
 Conduct aviation security-related training,
seminars and workshops;
 Cooperate with academia in the provision of
management level courses (Ex. Professional
Aviation Security Managers Course (PMC))
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Aviation Security Training Packages
(ASTPs)
 Airline Security
 Basic Aviation
Security
 Cargo Security
 Crisis Management
Exercise
 Hostage Negotiation
Courses Level 1 and 2
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 AVSEC Instructors
Course
 AVSEC Management
Course
 National Inspectors
Course
 National AVSEC
Training Programme
 Supervisors Course
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Aviation Security Workshops
National Civil Aviation Security
Programme
National Quality Control Programme
National Screener Certification
Programme
Airport Security Programme
National Security Training
Programme (2008)
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Aviation Security Professional
Management Course (PMC)
Developed jointly with the John Molson
School of Business, Concordia University
 Web-based distance learning;
 Conducted in different parts of the World:
 2006:
Dubai; Montreal; Kuala Lumpur and Dubai
 2007:
Montreal (two courses) and Kuala Lumpur
 2008:
Montreal; Johannesburg; Singapore and Trinidad and
Tobago
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Aviation Security Training Centres
(ASTCs)
All ICAO
Regions
Montréal
Moscow
Brussels
Kiev (2)
Amman
Port of Spain
Casablanca
Dakar
Quito
Kunming
Hong Kong
Kuala Lumpur
Nairobi
Buenos Aires
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Johannesburg
All ICAO
languages
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Coordination and Cooperation
 Objective:
“To ensure that individual and collective security
assistance programs lead to sustained
improvements in the global aviation security
network.”
 Sharing information so that assistance programs
of individual States are efficiently and
appropriately focused.
 To leverage State assistance activities and
resources most effectively; prevent duplication of
effort; and find synergy in activities.
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Thank You
Haile Belai
C/ISD
[email protected]
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