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Participant Profile

Law of the Sea Batch 2
  • Australia Awards Participants Profile

    for Short Courses
    • 0. Introduction
    • Kindly answer the questions below to complete your registration to the program. If you cannot finish answering the questions in one sitting, just click the save button at the bottom of the page and an email will be sent to you containing a link where you can visit and complete your profile at a later time.

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    • A. Name of Participant
    • B. General Information

    • C. Next of kin or emergency contact
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    • D. Disability Questions
    • Disability Questions:

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    • E. Current Organisation

    • F. Competency Baseline - Before the Course
    • Questions
      1. From a scale of 1 to 4, what is your assessment of your own level of competency in the areas listed on the left-most column before and after taking this short course? Note the following description of scale:
      1 = Basic 2 = Intermediate 3 = Advanced 4 = Superior
      Basic skills/knowledge Intermediate skill Advanced skill Expert level
      Basic understanding Working knowledge Extensive experience Subject matter breadth/ depth
      Requires guidance or assistance of peer or supervisor to apply the competency Applies the competency with minimal supervision Develops new or enhances existing processes, procedures and policies Integrates efforts of one or more practitioners and recommends improvements on policies, programs and regulations.
    • Before the short course

    • Before the short course
      Begin with the End in Mind: Understands and creates mission statements, sets measureable team and personal goals, starts projects successfully, align goals to priorities, focuses on desired outcomes
      Put first things first: Knows how to execute a strategy, implements effective delegation skills, focuses on important activities, effective planning and prioritization skills, knows how to balance key priorities, uses planning tools effectively, Effective time management
      Think win-win: Builds high trust relationships, build effective teams, applies good negotiation skills, uses effective collaboration
      Seek first to understand, then to be understood: Effective interpersonal communication, overcomes communication pitfalls, uses and applies effective listening skills, understands others, reaches for mutual understanding, communicates viewpoints effectively, applies productive inputs and feedback, applies effective persuasion techniques
      Synergise: Knows how to leverage diversity, applies effective problem solving, applies collaborative decision making, values differences, build on divergent strengths, leverages creative collaboration, embraces innovation
      Sharpen the Saw: Achieves life balance, applies continuous improvement, seeks continuous learning
      Be Proactive: Takes initiatives, manages change, respond proactively, keeps commitments, taking responsibility and accountability, having positive influence on results
    • G. Competency Baseline - After the Course
    • After the short course

    • BEFORE the short course AFTER the short course
      Begin with the End in Mind: Understands and creates mission statements, sets measureable team and personal goals, starts projects successfully, align goals to priorities, focuses on desired outcomes
      Put first things first: Knows how to execute a strategy, implements effective delegation skills, focuses on important activities, effective planning and prioritization skills, knows how to balance key priorities, uses planning tools effectively, Effective time management
      Think win-win: Builds high trust relationships, build effective teams, applies good negotiation skills, uses effective collaboration
      Seek first to understand, then to be understood: Effective interpersonal communication, overcomes communication pitfalls, uses and applies effective listening skills, understands others, reaches for mutual understanding, communicates viewpoints effectively, applies productive inputs and feedback, applies effective persuasion techniques
      Synergise: Knows how to leverage diversity, applies effective problem solving, applies collaborative decision making, values differences, build on divergent strengths, leverages creative collaboration, embraces innovation
      Sharpen the Saw: Achieves life balance, applies continuous improvement, seeks continuous learning
      Be Proactive: Takes initiatives, manages change, respond proactively, keeps commitments, taking responsibility and accountability, having positive influence on results
    • H. Impression of Australia, Australians and Australian Expertise
    • Before the course
      Australia
      Australians
      Australian expertise
    • Before the course After the course
      Australians
      Australian expertise
    • I. POST ACTIVITY EVALUATION (L&D) LEVEL 1
    • Excellent Good Poor Very Poor
      1. How would you describe the relevance of this activity to your job?
      2. How well did the activity achieve the expected outputs and organizational outcomes?
      3. How would you describe the appropriateness of the content of the activity?
      4. How would you rate the timing and duration of this activity?
      5. How would you rate the welfare support and logistical arrangements activity?
      6. How would you rate the assistance provided by the Learning Service Provider in enabling you to
      produce the target outputs?
    • J. Expected Use of Improved Competency


    • L. Expected Improvement in Competency
    • Knowledge the program is expected to share In terms of level of knowledge, from a scale of 1 to 10
      1
      2
      3
      4
      5
    • Skills the training is expected to teach In terms of level of proficiency from a scale of 1 to 10
      1
      2
      3
      4
      5
    • M. Competency Assessment - NEDA Competency Models (Before the Course)
    • Competency Self-Assessment

      Develop and Apply Competency Models

    • Welcome to the Australia Awards Training Program for Developing and Applying Competency Models. The training program is based on a competency of the same name. At the end of the training program, a competent person will be able to:

      “identify behavioural standards that define the knowledge, skills, and attitudes for each job role in the organisation that are reflective of duties and responsibilities as a basis for measuring contributions to the achievement of the organisation’s strategic directions and mandates.”

      To gauge your level of competency and the effectiveness of the training program would you please answer the following questions by ticking the appropriate box. Please tick the box if at the level at which you are able to meet all of the indicators set out in the dot points for the level and tick which of the indicators you believe you are competent in:

    • Rating Guide for Question 1
      From a scale of 0 to 4, what is your assessment of your own level of competency to identify competency models?
      0 =
      Not yet able
      Not yet able
      1 =
      Basic
      Able to collect data on relevant competencies used in organisation and the sector
      2 = Intermediate Able to identify appropriate competency models format
      3 = Advanced Able to determine the competency models to be developed
      4 =
      Superior
      Aligns selected competency models with organisational goals
    • Before the short course
      Identification of comptency models
    • Rating Guide for Question 2
      From a scale of 0 to 4, what is your assessment of your own level of competency develop organisational competency models and dictionaries?
      0 =
      Not yet able
      Not yet able
      1 =
      Basic
      Able to:
      1. Collect data from respondents
      2. Use various data-gathering tools to obtain relevant data for developing competency models;
      3. Collect data that is required for the development of competencies as distinguished from other HR data requirements;
      4. Gather feedback from the process owners, management and stakeholders on draft competencies; and
      5. Collect information from the process owners and management on the minimum and required competency level per position
      2 = Intermediate Able to:
      1. Collate and analyse data gathered through various data-gathering methods (e.g., desk review, interviews, focus group discussions) and sources;
      2. Uses appropriate job analysis techniques to identify potential competencies;
      3. Develops draft organisational competencies and position descriptions;
      4. Undertakes review of draft competency models to ensure relevant feedback from process owners, management and stakeholders is incorporated; and
      5. Uses various feedback mechanisms (e.g., use of social media) to improve the competency models and dictionary.
      3 = Advanced Able to:
      1. Manage the development of competency models;
      2. Ensure critical data and requirements (e.g., Vision/Mission/Performance Governance System) from key informants are incorporated in data collection methodologies;
      3. Ensure the competency models incorporates the nationally agreed format of gradation of proficiency levels or rubrics and consistent with other competency models of the organisation;
      4. Oversight and monitor the development of the competency models and dictionary;
      5. Facilitate validation meetings with process owners, management, and key stakeholders to secure approval of the competency models and dictionary; and
      6. Facilitate discussions with the process owners and management to determine the required competency level per position.
      4 =
      Superior
      Able to:
      1. Determine the data-gathering strategies and incorporate organisational mandates and directions and ensure that input from external stakeholders are reflected in the competency models and dictionary;
      2. Provide direction on the external environment (e.g., needs and expectations of external stakeholders and/or clients) and future trends that might influence the development of competency models; and
      3. Leads the approval process for competency models and dictionaries and manages stakeholder expectations.
    • Before the short course
      Develop competency models and dictionaries
    • Rating Guide for Question 3
      From a scale of 0 to 4, what is your assessment of your own level of competency ble to apply competency models to HR systems?
      0 =
      Not yet able
      Not yet able
      1 =
      Basic
      Able to:
      1. Implement competency-based HR systems; and
      2. Articulate the benefits of competency-based human resource systems in the organisation.
      2 = Intermediate Able to:
      1. Designs competency-based HR tools and instruments;
      2. Reviews job descriptions based on data gathered and endorsed competency models and dictionary;
      3. Cascades the benefits of adopting competency-based human resource systems in the organisation within one’s unit; and
      4. Provides advice on competency based HR systems.
      3 = Advanced Able to:
      1. Manage the application of competency-based HR systems; and
      2. Ensure support and participation from critical actors and stakeholders in the organisation.
      4 =
      Superior
      Able to:
      1. Integrates competency-based HR systems into the organisational management systems; and
      2. Provides leadership to ensure competency-based human resource systems are integrated into the management systems of the organisation.
    • Before the short course
      Apply competecny models to HR Systems
    • M2. Competency Assessment (Law of the Sea)
    • Rating Guide for Question 1a
      From a scale of 0 to 4, what is your assessment of your own level of competency using the following guide?
      0 =
      Not yet able
      Not yet able
      1 =
      Basic
      Name the maritime zones
      2 = Intermediate Describe at least some of the rights and obligations applicable in the maritime zones
      3 = Advanced Describe all of the rights and obligations applicable in the maritime zones
      4 =
      Superior
      Describe in detail all of the rights and obligations applicable in the maritime zones
    • Before the short course
      a. the rights and duties of States in the different maritime zones
    • Rating Guide for Question 1b
      From a scale of 0 to 4, what is your assessment of your own level of competency using the following guide?
      0 =
      Not yet able
      Not yet able
      1 =
      Basic
      Name the various navigational regimes under the Law of the Sea Convention
      2 = Intermediate Describe at least some of the rights and obligations applicable in the various navigational regimes under the Law of the Sea Convention
      3 = Advanced Describe all of the rights and obligations applicable in the various navigational regimes under the Law of the Sea Convention
      4 =
      Superior
      Describe in detail all of the rights and obligations applicable in the various navigational regimes under the Law of the Sea Convention
    • Before the short course
      b. navigational regimes
    • Rating Guide for Question 1c
      From a scale of 0 to 4, what is your assessment of your own level of competency using the following guide?
      0 =
      Not yet able
      Not yet able
      1 =
      Basic
      Understand the basic operation of the law of the sea in the Philippines
      2 = Intermediate Understand how the rights and obligations applicable in the maritime zones are applied in the Philippines
      3 = Advanced Understand how the rights and obligations applicable in the maritime zones are applied in the Philippines and the application of the navigational regimes to the Philippines
      4 =
      Superior
      Describe in detail all of the rights and obligations applicable in the maritime zones
    • Before the short course
      c. how those principles were applied in the Philippine context;
    • Rating Guide for Question 2
      From a scale of 0 to 4, what is your assessment of your own level of competency using the following guide?
      0 =
      Not yet able
      Not yet able
      1 =
      Basic
      Aware of the practice of some other State
      2 = Intermediate Aware of the practice of most regional States
      3 = Advanced Aware of the practice of most regional States and able to evaluate that practice against the content of the Law of the Sea Convention
      4 =
      Superior
      Aware of the practice of all regional States and able to evaluate that practice against the content of the Law of the Sea Convention
    • Before the short course
      2. Are you able to analyse the implementation of the Law of the Sea Convention by other States through the Asia-Pacific region?
    • Rating Guide for Question 3
      From a scale of 0 to 4, what is your assessment of your own level of competency using the following guide?
      0 =
      Not yet able
      Not yet able
      1 =
      Basic
      Aware of the some of the development of the law of the sea
      2 = Intermediate Aware of the approach to negotiation of the Law of the Sea Convention adopted at UNCLOS III
      3 = Advanced Aware of the development of the law of the sea from the 19th Century, including the negotiations at UNCLOS I, UNCLOS II and UNCLOS III
      4 =
      Superior
      Aware of the development of the law of the sea from the time of Grotius to the present day, including an understanding of the principal negotiating issues at the international conferences in 1930, at UNCLOS I, UNCLOS II and UNCLOS III, and subsequently with respect to fish stocks and areas beyond national jurisdiction
    • Before the short course
      3. Are you able to explain of how the law of the sea developed through State practice and negotiations, and to evaluate diverse implementation, including in the region?
    • Rating Guide for Question 4a
      From a scale of 0 to 4, what is your assessment of your own level of competency using the following guide?
      0 =
      Not yet able
      Not yet able
      1 =
      Basic
      Able to name the maritime zones in which fisheries can be regulated by coastal States
      2 = Intermediate Able to describe the regulatory mechanisms available to coastal States in respect of fisheries the EEZ
      3 = Advanced Able to describe all of the rights and obligations applicable to fisheries in the EEZ and high seas
      4 =
      Superior
      Able to describe in detail all of the rights and obligations applicable to fisheries under the Law of the Sea Convention and the United Nations Fish Stocks Agreement
    • Before the short course
      a. fisheries
    • Rating Guide for Question 4b
      From a scale of 0 to 4, what is your assessment of your own level of competency using the following guide?
      0 =
      Not yet able
      Not yet able
      1 =
      Basic
      Able to name the maritime zones in which the marine environment can be regulated by coastal States
      2 = Intermediate Able to describe the regulatory mechanisms available to coastal States in respect of the marine environment in the EEZ
      3 = Advanced Able to describe all of the rights and obligations applicable to fisheries in the EEZ and high seas
      4 =
      Superior
      Able to describe in detail all of the rights and obligations applicable to the marine environment under the Law of the Sea Convention and demonstrate awareness of IMO Conventions
    • Before the short course
      b. marine environment
    • Rating Guide for Question 4c
      From a scale of 0 to 4, what is your assessment of your own level of competency using the following guide?
      0 =
      Not yet able
      Not yet able
      1 =
      Basic
      Understand the basic operation of the law of the sea in the context of military activities
      2 = Intermediate Understand how the rights and obligations applicable in the territorial sea with respect to military activities
      3 = Advanced Understand how the rights and obligations applicable in archipelagic waters and international straits with respect to military activities
      4 =
      Superior
      Understand the issues with respect to military exercises, military survey and military operations in the EEZ and high seas and international practice with respect to assertions of maritime security zones
    • Before the short course
      c. military activities
    • Rating Guide for Question 4d
      From a scale of 0 to 4, what is your assessment of your own level of competency using the following guide?
      0 =
      Not yet able
      Not yet able
      1 =
      Basic
      Able to name the maritime zones in which marine scientific research can be conducted
      2 = Intermediate Able to describe the regulatory mechanisms available to coastal States in respect of marine scientific research in the territorial sea
      3 = Advanced Able to describe all of the rights and obligations applicable to marine scientific research in the EEZ and high seas
      4 =
      Superior
      Able to describe all of the rights and obligations applicable to marine scientific research in the EEZ and high seas and to describe the nature of the debate concerning “military survey”
    • Before the short course
      d. Marine scientific research:
    • Rating Guide for Question 5
      From a scale of 0 to 4, what is your assessment of your own level of competency using the following guide?
      0 =
      Not yet able
      Not yet able
      1 =
      Basic
      Familiarity with the types of dispute resolution available under Part XV
      2 = Intermediate Familiarity with the types of dispute resolution available under Part XV and the manner in which they are conducted
      3 = Advanced Familiarity with conduct of dispute resolution under Part XV and exceptions to compulsory jurisdiction
      4 =
      Superior
      Familiarity with all aspects of the conduct of dispute resolution under Part XV
    • Before the short course
      5. Are you able to understand the operation and use of third party dispute resolution under Part XV of the Law of the Sea Convention?
    • N. Competency Assessment - NEDA Competency Models (After the Course)
    • K. Upload CV and Submit
    • Please upload your current abridged CV highlighting your relevant information covering the past 5 years (maximum 3 pages only). You may use your own CV format or you can also our CV format located here.

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      I hereby declare that the details furnished above are true and correct to the best of my knowledge.

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