SSCA, KOICA Host Seminar on “CATC Training Programmes 2018”

AKP Phnom Penh, The State Secretariat of Civil Aviation (SSCA) and the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) hosted on Dec. 22 at the Civil Aviation Training Centre (CATC) the Seminar on CATC Training Programmes 2018.

The event was presided over by H.E. Kim Sophorn, Under Secretary of State, as representative of H.E. Mao Havannall, Secretary of State of the SSCA, and Mr. Cho Kwang Sik, Project Manager of CATC, as representative of Mr. Jeong Yun Gil, Country Director of KOICA Cambodia Office with the participation of around 150 participants who are KOICA delegates, officials from the SSCA, Phnom Penh International Airport, and representatives of private companies.

According to a KOICA’s press release, this seminar is organised in purpose of providing some guidance on aviation challenges by inviting speakers that can share their thoughts and experiences in order to discuss the issues with participants, to foster greater interest in civil aviation career, to familiarise the participants with CATC’s work and to provide a forum in exchanging views on civil aviation development in the region.

The seminar focused on the role of CATC in training civil aviation personnel, especially providing guidelines to fresh graduated students who are interested in civil aviation sector. In addition, it helped clarify the role of the CATC in helping SSCA officials and implement the human resource development policy. The event was an opportunity for the CATC to discuss concerns and suggestions by the attendees. It also facilitated the exchange of opinions and expertise regarding human resource development policy and a discussion on how to face civil aviation changes in the region.

Since the establishment of this training centre in October 2016, many training courses have been added and many skills have been attained during the process. Therefore, in the up-coming ahead, CATC hopes to achieve its strategic plan.

CATC was designed to develop the Kingdom’s economy, improve capacity and human resources in the civil aviation field and ensure security, safety and high-quality air transportation service.

Source: Agency Kampuchea Press