The Future of Education

Edition 13

Accepted Abstracts

Information & Communication Technology (Ict) Challenges: a Case of Civil Aviation Education in Libya

Satya Pal Bindra Bindra, UNCSD Rio+20 Focal Point ABC Corporation (Libya)

Sami Dahmani Jabu, Technical Colleges Directorate, Ministry of Education (Libya)

Ali Al wafi, Civil Aviation Technical Colleges, Ministry of Education (Libya)

Salem Abulifa, Ministry of Local Governance, Tripoli (Libya)


Paper is designed to present an overview on the state of art on new capacity building approaches and methodologies to meet the challenges of sustainable aviation development demands at global, regional, national and local levels. After a brief description of current barriers to integrating sustainability into civil aviation & meteorology education it demonstrates that how New Libya is playing the vital role for effective education and training using teaching/learning practices employed in the green aviation courses and best practice UNIDO PRIME & GRIP & UNESCO MAB & MOST blended learning approach that helps play in leveling the varied content knowledge, expertise and experience of professionals. It highlights a strategy and plan of action to meet the challenges of change and development in education & training required to develop the vital skills and experience of sustainable aviation  professionals needed to perform their more sophisticated jobs with greater coordination and prioritization among aviation stakeholders

Global overview of digital technology shows that Enterprise data is doubling every 18 months. By 2014, the cyber security/anti-malware market will surpass the $16 billion mark. By 2015, $168 billion will be spent on enterprise mobility applications. By 2015, $8 billion will be spent on oil and gas mobile apps alone.   

The paper is designed to present that how New Libya is meeting the challenges of change in aviation sector education & training based on a comprehensive stakeholder issues survey for developing an ICT strategy for rebuilding various sectors of economies in general and aviation in particular. The survey issues include analytics and business intelligence, mobile technologies, Cloud Computing, workflow, Virtualization, virtualization, legacy modernization,   IT management, customer relationship, ERP, Cyber Security and the rise of Social Media.

It demonstrates that how in line with the national economic development strategy in New Libya aviation sector related Assessment Centre Approach for tapping underutilized and Critical Link in the Organizational Value Chain is being used to obtain reliable (i.e. consistent in measurement) and valid (i.e. measure what they purport to measure) data for developing and selecting practices based on validated design, compared to conventional standardized psychometric measures.

Finally it provides a framework approach using outcomes, output, base line, targets, performance indicators and activities to design a wide range of formal education & training in civil aviation & meteorology fields using new blended learning ICT technologies for the enhancement of sustainable aviation in general and Libya in particular


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