Gaborone 21 March 2022: European Civil Aviation Conference (ECAC), this week through its European Union Funded CASE II Project, started the implementation of its Security Training enhancement programme by leading eight CAAB Aviation Security & Facilitation Oversight (ASFO) staff members on a 5-day Best Practice for National Auditors – Level 1 training course at Sir Seretse Khama International Airport.
The course lead by 2 international civil aviation security experts; Aleksander E Yankov and Miguel Martin will offer an enhanced capacity building to ASFO inspectors. Through this course, ASFO will acquire best practices in highlighting the role and authority of national auditors, inspection methodology and techniques, introduction to technology, compliance assessment, reporting, and stepped approach to rectification.
Welcoming the trainers, Dr Bao Mosinyi, CAAB Chief Executive Officer, expressed Botswana’s appreciation on the assistance offered by such bodies as ECAF at no cost to the CAAB and advised that the assistance to the country should “never be underestimated”.
The training is the initiative of CAAB Human Resources Department in collaboration with ASFO leadership.
EU Funded Case II is developed to create sustainable aviation security capacity development in partner states whilst also improving the level of aviation security in states to combat terrorism in aviation.