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Training Course on Basic Training for Airport Security Personnel (X-Ray Screener) Ends

1 2 3 4 5Phnom Penh, April 21, 2017: The training course on Basic Training for Airport Security Personnel (X-Ray Screener) for security personnel from the State Secretariat of Civil Aviation (SSCA), jointly organized by the SSCA and the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA), was wrapped up on April 21, 2017.

The closing and certificate handover ceremony was presided over H.E. Mao Havannall, Secretary of State of the SSCA, and Mr. Jeong Yun Gil, Country Director of KOICA Cambodia Office. Sixty (60) officials of the SSCA have successfully finished a training course on Basic Training for Airport Security Personnel (X-Ray Screener).

Speaking at the course’s closing ceremony, Mr. Jeong Yun Gil, Country Director of KOICA Cambodia Office said that this basic training course was very important because all trainees needed to start from this basic course to become professional staff in the field of aviation security. “Based on the training of this course, I hope all of the trainees can continue their study to become AVSEC supervisor, Aviation Security Quality Control, AVSEC National Security Inspector, and Aviation Security Instructor…etc,” he stressed.

“I am so proud and pleased that we established the Civil Aviation Training Center (CATC) here in Phnom Penh by strong partnership between SSCA (State secretariat of civil aviation), KAC and KOICA,” he underlined.

H.E. Mao Havannal expressed his high appreciation and thanks to KOICA and the Korean government for their support to this useful training. “The training courses was conducted and will be conducted in CATC in order to develop human resources as royal government strategic plan and on the other hand we can see that passengers travelling in and out Cambodia will be confident concerning their security while security staff receive proper training so that they will use their profession to ensure safety for all passengers,” he stressed.

Mr. Jeong Yun Gil added that the training courses was conducted in CATC in order to develop human resources which is well aligned with the priority of Cambodia’s National Strategic Development Plan-NSDP for 2014-2018, and on the other hand we can see that Passengers travelling in and out Cambodia will be confident concerning to their security while security staff receive proper training so they will use their profession to insure all passengers are safe.

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