This document specifies requirements for the qualification and certification of personnel who perform industrial non-destructive testing (NDT) in the following methods.
a) acoustic emission testing;
b) eddy current testing;
c) leak testing (hydraulic pressure tests excluded);
d) magnetic testing;
e) penetrant testing;
f) radiographic testing;
g) strain gauge testing;
h) thermographic testing;
i) ultrasonic testing;
j) visual testing (direct unaided visual tests and visual tests carried out during the application of another NDT method are excluded).
The system specified in this document is also applicable to other NDT methods or to NDT techniques within an established NDT method, provided a comprehensive scheme of certification exists and the NDT method or NDT technique is covered by international, regional or national standards or the NDT method or the NDT technique has been demonstrated to be effective to the satisfaction of the certification body.
NOTE 1    The term "industrial" implies the exclusion of applications in the field of medicine.
NOTE 2    CEN/TR 14748 provides guidance on the methodology for qualification of non-destructive tests.
NOTE 3    This document specifies requirements for what are, in effect, third party conformity assessment schemes. These requirements do not directly apply to conformity assessment by second or first parties, but relevant parts of this document can be referred to in such arrangements.
NOTE 4    The term “direct unaided visual testing” implies where there is an uninterrupted optical path from the observer’s eye to the test area and the observer uses no tools or devices (e.g. mirror, endoscope, fibre optic).
NOTE 5    Calculations of strain based on other NDT methods are excluded.

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This document will provide a generic underpinning body of knowledge shared by all ICT professionals regardless of speciality. It will establish a cornerstone of professionalism, changing the nature of ICT occupations from isolated areas of specialised knowledge to sharing of connected common knowledge leading to enhanced provision of products and services.
This document will exclude the IT user community but will cover ICT professionals defined by EN 16234-1.
It will support Information and Communication Technology (ICT) stakeholders, in particular:
— ICT service, demand and supply organisations;
— ICT professionals, managers and human resource (HR) departments;
— vocational education institutions and training bodies including higher education;
— social partners (trade unions and employer associations);
— professional associations, accreditation, validation and assessment bodies;
— market analysts and policy makers; and
— other organisations and stakeholders in public and private sectors
by applying the document as a reference standard.

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This document specifies the qualification criteria for enterprises performing sampling, testing, measuring, monitoring and installation of equipment (e.g. piezometers, borehole heat exchangers, inclinometers and extensometers) in the framework of geotechnical investigation.

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This document specifies the qualification criteria for persons who are responsible for the performance of sampling, testing, measuring, monitoring and installation of equipment (e.g. piezometers, borehole heat exchangers, inclinometers and extensometers) in the framework of geotechnical investigation.

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This document specifies the qualification criteria for persons performing sampling, testing, measuring, monitoring and installation of equipment (e.g. piezometers, borehole heat exchangers, inclinometers and extensometers) in the framework of geotechnical investigation.

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This document provides the practical guidance on how to develop curricula in support of ICT Professionals as scoped and defined by the EN 16234-1 (e-CF). It will support all cornerstones of ICT professionalism, leading to enhanced provision of products and services.
This document excludes the IT user community (which is covered by DigComp the Digital competence Framework for Citizens, see EN 16234-1 Annex B.4).
It covers ICT professionals defined by EN 16234-1 and supports Information and Communication Technology (ICT) stakeholders, in particular:
- learning program providers, including higher education, vocational education institutions and training bodies
- ICT service, demand and supply organisations;
- ICT professionals, managers and human resource (HR) departments;
- social partners (trade unions and employer associations);
- professional associations, accreditation, validation and assessment bodies;
- market analysts and policy makers and
- other organisations and stakeholders in public and private sectors.
It provides guidance and support on how to apply and benefit from the European ICT Professionalism reference standards in learning context.

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This document supports understanding, adoption and use of prEN 17748-1 (ICT BoK) that provides a reference of 42 knowledge units as required and applied in the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) professional work environment that can be understood across Europe.
This document supports Information and Communication Technology (ICT) stakeholders dealing with ICT Professional knowledge, skills and competences from multiple perspectives, in particular:
-   educational institutions, learning programmes and certification providers of all types including:
-   Vocational and Educational Training (VET);
   Higher education (HE);
-   Continuous Professional Development (CPD);
-   ICT service, user and supply organizations;
-   ICT professionals, managers and human resource (HR) departments;
-   social partners (trade unions and employer associations), professional associations, accreditation, validation and assessment bodies;
-   market analysts and policy makers;
-   and other organizations and stakeholders in public and private sectors across Europe
to adopt, apply and use the Foundational Body of Knowledge in their environment as one fundamental building block of ICT Professionalism for Europe.
See Figure 1 for illustration of document scope and target groups.
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A close connection with EN 16234-1 (e-CF) and CWA 16458 (ICT Profiles) are a design element of prEN 17748-1 (ICT BoK). This application support document details how to approach the complementary application of each structure by varied stakeholders of the European ICT Professionalism eco-system. It supports the use of a shared neutral reference for ICT professional development. This interconnected application is illustrated in Figure 2. Nevertheless, the ICT BoK can also be used as a stand-alone tool.
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This document provides
-   An ICT BoK EXECUTIVE OVERVIEW of the scope, target groups, underlying principles and main characteristics is provided in Clause 4.
-   The ICT BoK USER GUIDE in Clause 5: guidance on how to apply the Foundational Body of Knowledge for the ICT Profession from multiple ICT stakeholder perspectives. It addresses the need to further enhance the flexibility and applicability of the competences described within the e-CF as it offers further delineation and articulation of the knowledge components of competences. prEN 17748-1 (ICT BoK) is intended for guidance and is designed to provide a common shared reference tool which can be implemented, adapted and used in accordance with ICT stakeholder requirements. The following implementation guidance is structured by target groups and complemented by two ICT BoK application cases. During the course of the prEN 17748-1 (ICT BoK) development, real world experience was a necessary contribution to ensuring future application of the structure. Dissemination of the ICT BoK development progress enabled testing of the structure as it developed. One outcome of this open approach was that some examples of practical application, despite that at the time, not published, could be tested and made available as two application cases.
-   The ICT BoK METHODOLOGY DOCUMENTATION in Clause 6: here the ICT BoK creation process is explained as well as important aspects of its development. This section supports the methodology grounding for the development, implementation and future maintenance of the ICT BoK.
-   A series of ANNEXES, allowing user-targeted ICT BoK navigation according to particular viewpoints.

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This document specifies requirements and provides guidelines for an organizational program for working carers providing care to:
—   adult care recipients (e.g. adults with cognitive, sensory, physical, and invisible disabilities, adults with chronic or episodic conditions and older dependents);
—   long-term childcare recipients (e.g. due to chronic illness or permanent cognitive, sensory or physical disability or injury).
This document is applicable to any organization, regardless of size, sector or community setting (i.e. urban, rural or remote).
This document can be used in conjunction with an organization’s management systems, human resource programs, and/or equity, diversity and inclusion programs, or on its own in the absence of a formal workplace program to support working carers.

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1.1   Purpose
This document establishes the minimum requirements for the qualification and certification of personnel performing nondestructive testing (NDT), nondestructive inspection (NDI), or nondestructive evaluation (NDE) in the aerospace manufacturing, service, maintenance and overhaul industries. For the purposes of this document, the term NDT will be used and will be considered equivalent to NDI and NDE.
In Europe, the term "approval" is used to denote a written statement by an employer that an individual has met specific requirements and has operating approval. The term "certification" as defined in 3.2 is used throughout this document as a substitute for the term "approval". Except when otherwise specified in the written practice, certification in accordance with this document includes operating approval.
1.2   Applicability
This document applies to personnel using NDT methods to test and/or accept materials, products, components, assemblies or sub-assemblies. This document also applies to personnel: directly responsible for the technical adequacy of the NDT methods used, who approve NDT procedures and/or work instructions, who audit NDT facilities, or who provide technical NDT support or training.
This document does not apply to individuals who only have administrative or supervisory authority over NDT personnel or to research personnel developing NDT technology for subsequent implementation and approval by a certified Level 3. Personnel performing specialized inspections using certain direct readout instruments as determined by a Level 3 certified in the method, do not require qualification or certification to this document.
1.2.1   Implementation
This document addresses the use of a National Aerospace NDT Board (NANDTB). NANDTBs are only used as specified per Annex C and it is not mandatory to have such a board for compliance with this document. Personnel certified to previous revisions of NAS 410 or EN 4179 need not recertify to the requirements of this document until their current certification expires.
1.3   Methods
1.3.1   Common methods
This document contains detailed requirements for the following common NDT methods:
Eddy Current Testing   (ET)
Liquid Penetrant Testing   (PT)
Magnetic Particle Testing   (MT)
Radiographic Testing   (RT)
Thermographic Testing   (IRT)
Ultrasonic Testing   (UT)
1.3.2   Other methods
When invoked by engineering, quality, cognizant engineering organization or prime contractor requirements, this document applies to other current and emerging NDT methods used to determine the acceptability or suitability for intended service of a material, part, component, sub-assembly or assembly. Such methods can include, but are not limited to, acoustic emission, neutron radiography, leak testing, holography, and shearography. The requirements for personnel training, experience, and examination for these other methods are established in accordance with 6.4 and are documented by the employer.

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This document specifies requirements and provides guidelines for an organizational program for working carers providing care to: —   adult care recipients (e.g. adults with cognitive, sensory, physical, and invisible disabilities, adults with chronic or episodic conditions and older dependents); —   long-term childcare recipients (e.g. due to chronic illness or permanent cognitive, sensory or physical disability or injury). This document is applicable to any organization, regardless of size, sector or community setting (i.e. urban, rural or remote). This document can be used in conjunction with an organization’s management systems, human resource programs, and/or equity, diversity and inclusion programs, or on its own in the absence of a formal workplace program to support working carers.

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This European Standard defines the activities related to work on or near the railway track and the associated competence profiles of persons who carry out these activities and defines procedures for assessing the competence.

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This document sets requirements and provides guidelines for establishing, implementing, maintaining, reviewing and improving an effective management system for knowledge management in organizations. All the requirements of this document are applicable to any organization, regardless of its type or size, or the products and services it provides.

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This document specifies the requirements for qualification and assessment of personnel who perform machinery condition monitoring and diagnostics using acoustic emission. A certificate or declaration of conformity to this document will provide recognition of the qualifications and competence of individuals to perform acoustic emission measurements and analysis for machinery condition monitoring using acoustic emission equipment. This procedure may not apply to specialized equipment or other specific situations. This document specifies a three-category classification programme that is based on the technical areas delineated herein.

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This document establishes the requirements and recommendations of competencies and the related expected results of competencies for adventure tourism activity leaders common to any adventure tourism activity, which can affect the quality and safety of the services provided. It can be used by all types and sizes of providers operating in different geographic, cultural and social environments.
This document does not apply to diving leaders, for whom References [1], [2] and [4] to [9] apply.

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This document specifies sector specific requirements for organizations ("certification body") operating conformity assessment systems for personnel who perform machinery system condition monitoring, identify machine faults, and recommend corrective action. Procedures for the certification of condition monitoring and diagnostic personnel are specified. NOTEÂ Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â These requirements are in addition to those of ISO/IECÂ 17000 and ISO/IECÂ 17024.

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This document describes and defines the five metrics of skills and capabilities. This document also provides the formula for each metric and describes the common metrics which employ the five metrics. This document also highlights issues that need to be considered when interpreting the skills and capabilities data, especially when deciding on the appropriate intervention internally and when reporting these to external stakeholders (e.g. regulators, investors).

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This document specifies the elements of succession planning metrics and provides comparable measures for internal and external reporting. The document also highlights issues that need to be considered when interpreting the succession planning data, especially when deciding on the appropriate intervention internally and when reporting this to external stakeholders such as regulators or investors.

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This document provides guidance on D&I for organizations, including their governance body, leaders, workforce and recognized representatives, and other stakeholders. It is intended to be scalable to the needs of all types of organizations in different sectors, whether in public, private, government or non-governmental organizations (NGO), regardless of size, type, activity, industry or sector, growth phase, external influences and country-specific requirements. This document presents fundamental prerequisites for D&I, associated accountabilities and responsibilities, recommended actions, suggested measures and potential outcomes. It recognizes that each organization is different and that decision makers need to determine the most appropriate approach to embedding D&I in their organization, based on the organization’s context and any disruptive challenges that emerge. This document does not address the specific aspects of relations with labour unions or work councils, or country-specific compliance, legal requirements or litigation.

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This document describes the elements of recruitment in the recruitment, mobility and turnover cluster. This document provides the formulae for comparable measures for internal and external reporting. This document also highlights issues that need to be considered when interpreting the recruitment data, especially when deciding on the appropriate intervention internally and when reporting these to external stakeholders, such as regulators and investors.

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This document describes the elements of organizational culture and provides the formula for comparable measures for internal and external reporting. This document also highlights issues that need to be considered when interpreting the organizational culture data, especially when deciding on appropriate interventions internally and when reporting these to external stakeholders (e.g. regulators, investors).

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This document describes the elements of workforce productivity metrics cluster. This document provides the formula for comparable measures for internal and external reporting. This document also highlights issues to be considered when interpreting the productivity data, especially when deciding on the appropriate intervention internally and when reporting this to external stakeholders (e.g. regulators, investors).

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This document describes the elements of organizational workforce costs. This document provides the formula for comparable measures for internal and external reporting. This document also highlights issues for consideration when interpreting the cost data, especially when deciding on the appropriate intervention internally and when reporting these to external stakeholders (e.g. regulators, investors).

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This document describes the elements of the leadership metrics cluster. This document provides the formula for comparable measures for internal and external reporting. This document also highlights issues that need to be considered when interpreting the leadership data, especially when deciding on the appropriate intervention internally and when reporting these to external stakeholders (e.g. regulators, investors).

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This document describes the measurement elements of workforce availability for organizations. This document provides the formula for comparable measures for internal and external reporting. This document also highlights issues that need to be considered when interpreting compliance data, especially when deciding on appropriate interventions internally and when reporting these to external stakeholders (e.g. regulators, investors). This document pertains to the working capacity of the permanent and temporary workforce, and does not consider their existing allocated work, skills or suitability for taking on specific work efforts. These subjects are addressed in ISO 30409.

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This document supports understanding, adoption and use of EN 16234 (all parts) e-Competence Framework (e-CF) - A common European Framework for ICT Professionals in all sectors which provides a common reference of 41 ICT professional competences as required and applied in the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) professional work environment, using a common language for competences, skills, knowledge and proficiency levels that can be understood across Europe.
This document supports Information and Communication Technology (ICT) stakeholders dealing with ICT professional competences from multiple perspectives, in particular:
-   ICT service, demand and supply organisations;
-   ICT professionals, managers and human resource (HR) departments;
-   educational institutions, learning program and certification providers of all types including Vocational and Educational Training (VET), Higher Education (HE) and Continuous Professional Development (CPD);
-   social partners (trade unions and employer associations);
-   professional associations, accreditation, validation and assessment bodies;
-   market analysts and policy makers;
-   other organisations and stakeholders in public and private sectors across Europe,
to adopt, apply and use the framework in their environment.

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This Technical Report describes the methodology grounding for the development of the e-Competence Framework published as EN 16234-1. It supports methodological understanding of the e-CF by all interested parties and seeks to satisfy the needs of stakeholders from a competence frameworks construction or research environment.

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This document provides a series of practical case studies supporting understanding, adoption and use of EN 16234 (all parts) e-Competence Framework (e-CF) - A common European Framework for ICT Professionals in all sectors which provides a common reference of 41 ICT professional competences as required and applied at the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) professional work environment, using a common language for competences, skills, knowledge and proficiency levels that can be understood across Europe.
This document supports Information and Communication Technology (ICT) stakeholders dealing with ICT Professional competences from multiple perspectives, in particular:
-   ICT service, demand and supply organisations;
-   ICT professionals, managers and human resource (HR) departments;
-   educational institutions, learning program and certification providers of all types including Vocational and Educational Training (VET), Higher Education (HE) and Continuous Professional Development (CPD);
-   social partners (trade unions and employer associations);
-   professional associations, accreditation, validation and assessment bodies;
-   market analysts and policy makers;
-   other organizations and stakeholders in public and private sectors across Europe,
to adopt, apply and use the framework in their environment.

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This document describes the elements of compliance and ethics. This document provides the formula for comparable measures for internal and external reporting. This document also highlights issues that need to be considered when interpreting the compliance data, especially when deciding on the appropriate intervention internally and when reporting these to external stakeholders (e.g. regulators, investors).

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This document describes the procedures for training personnel who will be involved in the operation of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS). This document defines: a) knowledge, skill, attitude and qualification criteria that are needed for UAS pilots and training organizations that provides training to trainees of UAS remote pilots and other personnel involved in UAS operations; b) training curriculum and contents for specific learning courses; c) qualification and confirmation criteria for the training organizations; d) general procedures for providing training of UAS personnel. The requirements for a specific course as described in the annexes can be more restrictive in some cases.

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This document specifies minimum nuclear criticality safety training requirements for operations staff, operations supervisors, and management. This document is applicable to areas, processes or facilities containing quantities of fissile material for which nuclear criticality safety assessment is required as defined in ISO 1709. This document is not applicable to the transport of fissile materials outside the boundaries of nuclear establishments.

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This document specifies a reference framework of e-Portfolio implementation that can be used to inform and support development of ITLET systems that meet the requirements of learners, instructors, e-learning service providers and others in contexts such as K-12 education, higher education, training and personal development. The reference framework identifies content and functional components that support e-Portfolio systems. It addresses interoperability issues required for data exchange between these components and among the various categories. This document: — provides an e-Portfolio reference framework; — provides descriptions of e-Portfolios in terms of components (content or functional), categories, elements and items; — identifies commonalities of current implementations of e-Portfolios; and, — represents the needs of stakeholders (learners, instructors, etc.). This document does not include: — in-depth technical review of issues related to adaptability to culture, language, and human functions; — security techniques related to the protection of privacy information; — authentication of the identity of an IT or ITLET system user; — how e-Portfolios might integrate with ITLET systems; and, — specific requirements of e-Portfolios or e-Portfolio systems to meet jurisdictional domain requirements.

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This document specifies requirements for the qualification of welding operators for friction stir welding
(FSW) of aluminium. In this document, the term “aluminium” refers to aluminium and its alloys.
This document does not apply to “operators” as defined in ISO 25239-1.
This document does not apply to friction stir spot welding which is covered by the ISO 18785 series.

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This standard specifies requirements for the machine operator qualification of powder bed based laser
beam machines for additive manufacturing of metallic parts.
This document is applicable if the machine operator qualification testing is required by contract or by
application standards.
Note: The term "operator" refers to the machine operator not to the programmer.

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This document specifies the method of testing the knowledge and skill of a welder who is required to carry out welds on thermoplastics in new constructions and repair work.
The skill examination of a welder is an essential condition for the assurance of the quality of the welding work.
The application of this document guarantees that the examination is carried out according to a uniform test procedure.
This document applies when the contractor or the authorities responsible for the application require it.
Gas and water utility network industries with alternative qualification programmes are excluded from this document.
This document applies to the following welding processes:
-   hot gas welding: round nozzle, high speed nozzle, wedge;
-   extrusion welding;
-   heated tool welding: butt, saddle, socket, wedge;
-   electrofusion welding: socket, saddle;
-   solvent welding: socket.
This document applies to the welding of the following products:
-   sheet;
-   pipe;
-   fittings;
-   lining membrane.
This document covers the welding of the following groups of materials:
a)   for sheets, pipes and fittings:
-   group 1: PVC (including all kinds of PVC-U, PVC-C) or ABS;
-   group 2: PP (including all kinds of PP);
-   group 3: PE (including all kinds of PE);
-   group 4: PVDF;
-   group 5: ECTFE or PFA or FEP;
b)   for lining membranes and flooring:
-   group 6: PVC-P;
-   group 7: PE (including all kinds of PE);
-   group 8: ECB;
-   group 9: PP.
c)   for pipes and fittings only:
-   group 10: PA-U 11 or PA-U 12.

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This document specifies requirements for the qualification of operators of laser metal powder bed fusion machines and equipment for additive manufacturing in aerospace applications. This document is applicable if the operator qualification testing is required by contract or by application standards in the field of aerospace.

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This document describes the elements of organizational health, safety and well-being. This document provides the formula for comparable measures for internal and external reporting. This document also highlights issues that need to be considered when interpreting the compliance data, especially when deciding on the appropriate intervention internally and when reporting these to external stakeholders (e.g. regulators, investors).

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This document gives guidelines for engaging people in an organization's quality management system and on enhancing their involvement and competence within it.
This document is applicable to any organization, regardless of its size, type or activity.

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This document specifies requirements for the qualification of welders and welding operators for the fusion welding of metallic materials for aerospace applications.
NOTE Success in the test is an essential precondition for the qualification of welders (3.2) and welding operators (3.3) in new production and repair work in aerospace. However, welding equipment operators (3.4) do not need to be qualified according to this document.

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This document provides information to prepare training materials and to administer training for operators of rough-terrain trucks (herein referred to as trucks). It is applicable to trucks, as defined in ISO 10896-1, ISO 10896-2 and ISO 20297-1. It is applicable to the handling of suspended loads covered in ISO 10896-4 and the use of non-integrated personnel work platforms covered in ISO 18479-1. This document does not cover authorization or training requirements related to a specific worksite (for example, site rules, emergency procedures, safety systems of work). NOTE National or local requirements can apply.

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This document gives guidelines for engaging people in an organization's quality management system and on enhancing their involvement and competence within it. This document is applicable to any organization, regardless of its size, type or activity.

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This document specifies guidelines for mapping between different learning analytics data representations. Using xAPI and IMS Caliper as reference specifications, this document introduces data API regarding learning analytics as well as guidelines to use the APIs, which can be generalized to other contexts. Both syntactic and semantic mappings are in scope.

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This document establishes a uniform, safe and consistent approach to the technical training of personnel for the maintenance, thorough examination, operational testing, overhaul and repair of lifeboats (including free-fall lifeboats) and rescue boats (including fast rescue boats), launching appliances and release gear. It also provides the necessary information for interested parties to grant authorization, effectively evaluate and audit training, supporting the IMO Requirements, Section 3. It specifies the training requirements for the Level 1 controlled environment education and technical training for personnel certified by a manufacturer or an authorized service provider to carry out maintenance, thorough examination, operational testing, overhaul and repair of lifeboats (including free-fall lifeboats) and rescue boats (including fast rescue boats), launching appliances and release gear. The Level 1 training is split into two Stages, both covered in this document: — Stage 1, Service Technician technical controlled environment education and training, has five modules that consist of classroom-based theory followed by practical sessions. The five modules encompass the scope and range of technical knowledge and skills required to assume type specific design coverage of survival craft, release systems, davits and winches. The modules focus on supporting the requirements in part of the IMO Requirements, paragraphs 8.1, 8.2.1.1-8.2.1.6, 8.2.2, and 8.2.3. — Stage 2, Service Technician technical controlled environment experience and assessment, where candidates undertake a minimum of four supervised scenarios-based practical exercises assessments covering the range of type specific complete systems for which they will be certified. This document is intended to be used in conjunction with ISO/PAS 23678-1, ISO/PAS 23678-2 and ISO/PAS 23678-4. This document is applicable to the following types of lifeboats (including free-fall lifeboats), rescue boats (including fast rescue boats), launching appliances and release gear. Survival craft types: a) single fall totally enclosed lifeboats with sprinkler and air systems; b) twin fall totally enclosed lifeboats with sprinkler and air systems; c) partially enclosed lifeboats; d) tender lifeboats; e) freefall lifeboats; f) open lifeboat; g) inflatable rescue boats; h) rigid rescue boats; i) semi ridged inflatable rescue boats; j) rigid fast rescue boats; k) rigid inflatable fast rescue boats. Survival craft propulsion system types: a) inboard diesel engines; b) outboard engines; c) propeller drives; d) jet drives. Davit types: a) gravity single and twin fall outrigger; b) hydraulic single pivoting/luffing; c) hydraulic multi pivot/luffing; d) telescopic; e) gravity roller track; f) gravity free fall primary; g) free fall hydraulic secondary; h) A-frame hydraulic; i) single arm slewing (manual, electric); j) davits with stored power systems. Winch types: a) twin drum; b) single drum; c) gravity-lowering, electric hoisting; d) gravity-lowering hydraulic hoisting; e) hydraulic hoisting and lowering. Hook release system types: a) on-load/off load (load not over centre); b) on-load/offload (load over centre); c) off load; d) freefall hydraulic; e) automatic.

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This document establishes a uniform, safe and consistent approach to training personnel to enable them to establish and maintain the required competencies in relation to maintenance, thorough examination, operational testing, overhaul and repair of lifeboats (including free-fall lifeboats) and rescue boats (including fast rescue boats), launching appliances and release gear. It also provides the necessary information for interested parties to grant authorization and effectively evaluate and audit training, supporting the IMO Requirements, Section 3. It describes the competence route, resources, facilities and certification requirements for personnel trained by a manufacturer or by an authorized service provider to carry out maintenance, thorough examination, operational testing, overhaul and repair of lifeboats (including free-fall lifeboats) and rescue boats (including fast rescue boats), launching appliances and release gear. This document also sets out the competence route of the candidate, and the resources that the training provider needs to deliver the training. This document is intended to be used in conjunction with ISO/PAS 23678-2, ISO/PAS 23678-3 and ISO/PAS 23678-4.

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This document establishes a uniform, safe and consistent approach to the in-field competence assessment of personnel for the maintenance, thorough examination, operational testing, overhaul and repair of lifeboats (including free-fall lifeboats) and rescue boats (including fast rescue boats), launching appliances and release gear. It also provides the necessary information for interested parties to grant authorization, effectively evaluate and audit training, supporting the IMO Requirements, Section 3. It specifies the Level 2 in-field initial and ongoing competence assessment for personnel certified by a manufacturer or an authorized service provider to carry out maintenance, thorough examination, operational testing, overhaul and repair of lifeboats (including free-fall lifeboats) and rescue boats (including fast rescue boats), launching appliances and release gear. The training an individual receives whilst following a development process is covered in ISO/PAS 23678-2 and ISO/PAS 23678-3. The competence requirements contained in this document provide a clear description of performance in-field in respect to: a) what practitioners are expected to do; b) the underpinning knowledge and skills they require to enable them to do what is expected; c) how they can demonstrate what is expected of them; d) how their performance can be assessed. This document is intended to be used in conjunction with ISO/PAS 23678-1, ISO/PAS 23678-2 and ISO/PAS 23678-4. This document is applicable to the following types of lifeboats (including free-fall lifeboats), rescue boats (including fast rescue boats), launching appliances and release gear. Survival craft types: a) single fall totally enclosed lifeboats with sprinkler and air systems; b) twin fall totally enclosed lifeboats with sprinkler and air systems; c) partially enclosed lifeboats; d) tender lifeboats; e) freefall lifeboats; f) open lifeboat; g) inflatable rescue boats; h) rigid rescue boats; i) semi ridged inflatable rescue boats; j) rigid fast rescue boats; k) rigid inflatable fast rescue boats. Survival craft propulsion system types: a) inboard diesel engines; b) outboard engines; c) propeller drives; d) jet drives. Davit types: a) gravity single and twin fall outrigger; b) hydraulic single pivoting/luffing; c) hydraulic multi pivot/luffing; d) telescopic; e) gravity roller track; f) gravity free fall primary; g) free fall hydraulic secondary; h) A-frame hydraulic; i) single arm slewing (manual, electric); j) davits with stored power systems. Winch types: a) twin drum; b) single drum; c) gravity-lowering, electric hoisting; d) gravity-lowering hydraulic hoisting; e) hydraulic hoisting and lowering. Hook release system types: a) on-load/off load(load not over centre); b) on-load/offload (load over centre); c) off load; d) freefall hydraulic; e) automatic.

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This document establishes a uniform, safe and consistent approach to training and assessment of personnel to enable them to establish and maintain the required competencies in relation to maintenance, thorough examination, operational testing, overhaul and repair of lifeboats (including free-fall lifeboats) and rescue boats (including fast rescue boats), launching appliances and release gear. It also provides the necessary information for interested parties to grant authorization, effectively evaluate and audit training, supporting the IMO Requirements, Section 3. It specifies the initial training programme for personnel certified by a manufacture or by an authorized service provider to carry out maintenance, thorough examination, operational testing, overhaul and repair of lifeboats (including free-fall lifeboats) and rescue boats (including fast rescue boats), launching appliances and release gear. This document specifies the training requirements for Initial Service Technician training only. This document is intended to be used in conjunction with ISO/PAS 23678-1, ISO/PAS 23678-3 and ISO/PAS 23678-4. This document is applicable to the following types of lifeboats (including free-fall lifeboats), rescue boats (including fast rescue boats), launching appliances and release gear. Survival craft types: a) single fall totally enclosed lifeboats with sprinkler and air systems; b) twin fall totally enclosed lifeboats with sprinkler and air systems; c) partially enclosed lifeboats; d) tender lifeboats; e) freefall lifeboats; f) open lifeboat; g) inflatable rescue boats; h) rigid rescue boats; i) semi ridged inflatable rescue boats; j) rigid fast rescue boats; k) rigid inflatable fast rescue boats. Survival craft propulsion system types: a) inboard diesel engines; b) outboard engines; c) propeller drives; d) jet drives. Davit types: a) gravity single and twin fall outrigger; b) hydraulic single pivoting/luffing; c) hydraulic multi pivot/luffing; d) telescopic; e) gravity roller track; f) gravity free fall primary; g) free fall hydraulic secondary; h) A-frame hydraulic; i) single arm slewing (manual, electric); j) davits with stored power systems. Winch types: a) twin drum; b) single drum; c) gravity lowering, electric hoisting; d) gravity lowering, hydraulic hoisting; e) hydraulic hoisting and lowering. Hook release system types: a) on-load/off load(load not over centre); b) on-load/offload (load over centre); c) off load; d) freefall hydraulic; e) automatic.

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This European Standard provides a reference of 40 competences as required and applied at the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) business related workplace, using a common language for competences, skills and proficiency levels that can be understood across Europe. As the first sector-specific implementation of the European Qualifications Framework (EQF), this European Standard aligns its proficiency levels to the EQF learning levels.
This European Standard was created for application by:
-   ICT service, user and supply organizations,
-   ICT professionals, managers and human resource (HR) departments,
-   vocational education institutions and training bodies including higher education,
-   social partners (trade unions and employer association), professional associations, accreditation, validation and assessment bodies,
-   market analysts and policy makers,
and other organizations and stakeholders in public and private sectors.

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This standard gives guidelines for an organization to establish, implement, maintain and improve systems for competence management and people development to positively affect outcomes related to the conformity of products and services and the needs and expectations of relevant interested parties. This document is applicable to all organizations regardless of their type or size. It does not add to, change or otherwise modify requirements for the ISO 9000 family or any other standards.

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This document gives guidelines for an organization to establish, implement, maintain and improve systems for competence management and people development to positively affect outcomes related to the conformity of products and services and the needs and expectations of relevant interested parties. This document is applicable to all organizations regardless of their type or size. It does not add to, change or otherwise modify requirements for the ISO 9000 family or any other standards.

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This document gives requirements and recommendations for non-destructive testing (NDT) training syllabuses, with the intention of harmonizing and maintaining the general standard of training of NDT personnel for industrial needs. It also establishes the minimum requirements for effective structured training of NDT personnel to ensure eligibility for qualification examinations leading to third-party certification according to recognized standards. In addition to non-destructive testing in general, its guidelines for syllabuses cover acoustic emission testing, eddy current testing, leak testing, magnetic testing, penetrant testing, radiographic testing, ultrasonic testing, visual testing, thermographic testing, and strain gauge testing. ISO/TS 25108 gives requirements and recommendations for NDT training organizations.

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This document gives guidance for supervisors and operators of point-of-care testing (POCT) services where POCT is performed without medical laboratory training, supervision or support. It includes the key components that should be considered to provide safe and reliable POCT results. Self-testing is excluded from this document.

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