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Korea Resumes Offline Training Programme for Aviation Professionals from Developing Countries

- Offline Course on Aviation Policy for Executives 

to Begin from April 25th -


□ The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport (MOLIT, Minister NOH Hyeong-ouk) announced that the Republic of Korea – International Civil Aviation Organization* Developing Countries Training Programme, which has been conducted online due to the COVID-19 pandemic, will be held fully offline this year.

  * ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization) is a specialized agency of the United Nations established in 1947 to promote orderly growth and development of international air transport.


Starting with the Course on Aviation Policy for Executives held from 25 to 29 April 2022 at Gimpo Airport Aviation Security Training Center (ASTC), MOLIT plans to resume the ICAO Training Programme for aviation personnel from developing countries.


  This year’s Training Programme consists of courses on aviation policy, airport development and operation, aviation security and air navigation safety facilities. More than 2,700 trainees from 135 countries have completed the Training Programme since 2001, and this year MOLIT will invite a total of around 250 selected trainees for 14 courses delivered under the Training Programme. 

  In particular, the Course on Aviation Policy for Executives held from April 25 will invite 12 above-director-level personnel from 7 Asia-Pacific States to provide information on Korea’s best practices in aviation policy, such as the construction of Ulleung Airport, Korea Augmentation Satellite System (KASS), and Korean Urban Air Mobility (K-UAM). Also, the course participants will have a chance to experience Korea’s advanced technologies in person through site visits.


The same course will be offered to participants from Latin America (23 to 27 May) and Africa (29 Aug to 2 Sep) as well. Detailed information about the Training Programme courses and application process are provided on ICAO and MOLIT websites*.

  * ICAO website: www.icao.int > Regional Offices (APAC) > DCTP

ROK MOLIT website: www.korea-ftp.org > Notice


□ MOLIT Director General for Airport and Air Navigation Facilities (ANF) Policy Jongwan Joo said, “As a leading country in global aviation and a responsible member of ICAO, Korea will support ICAO’s ‘No Country Left Behind*’ Initiative by joining its efforts in providing capacity building assistance to aviation personnel of developing countries.” 

   * ICAO’s initiative on ensuring harmonized implementation of ICAO Standards and Recommended Practices (SARPs) in all Member States by promoting cooperation between developed and developing countries for sustainable growth of the industry. 


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