OSI Introductory Training Course for Staff in Permanent Missions to the CTBTO (IC 19)

OSI Introductory Training Course for Staff in Permanent Missions to the CTBTO (IC 19)



Location:

Vienna International Centre

Date:

1 - 4 February 2011


Language:

The working language will be English


Point of Contact:

Mr Mordechai Melamud
Chief, Training Section
On-Site Inspection Division
Provisional Technical Secretariat
Preparatory Commission for the Comprehensive
Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization
P.O. Box 1200, A- 1400 Vienna, Austria
Tel.: +43 1 26030 6173
Fax: +43 1 26030 5962
Email: mordechai.melamudping@ctbtopong.org


Mrs Andrea Milic
Training Officer
On-Site Inspection Division
Provisional Technical Secretariat
Preparatory Commission for the Comprehensive
Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization
P.O. Box 1200, A- 1400 Vienna, Austria
Tel.: +43 1 26030 6248
Fax: +43 1 26030 5962
Email: andrea.milicping@ctbtopong.org



OBJECTIVE

This activity is part of the On-site Inspection Division's outreach programme led by the Training Section with the ambition to expand the pool of delegates familiar with the work of On-site Inspection Division and status of development of the prerequisites for field inspection under the CTBT.


PARTICIPANT PROFILE

Primarily personnel from Permanent Missions to the CTBTO based in Vienna and exceptionally representatives of States Signatories that have no permanent representation in Austria. 


APPLICATION PROCEDURES

Nominations should be submitted only through the Permanent Missions to the Preparatory Commission for the CTBTO, together with the PHF form attached to the announcement sent to all States Signatories, no later than 21 January 2011.


FINANCIAL INFORMATION

Since primarily organized for staff of Permanent Missions of States Signatories based in Austria, participation at this event is not financially supported by the PTS.


OTHER PERTINENT INFORMATION

The announcement with details of this event, as also respective application form(s), were sent directly to all Permanent Missions in December 2010.