predeparture

predeparture

(ˌpriːdɪˈpɑːtʃə)
adj
of, pertaining to or implemented during the stage prior to departure
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This includes the expansion of the existing predeparture and check-in areas of the passenger-terminal building.
The ambassador talked about five thematic areas of action of the process namely skills and qualification recognition process; fostering ethical recruitment; effective predeparture orientation and empowerment; remittances; and labour market analysis.
DepEd underscored the need to prepare for off-campus activities particularly on planning, safety and security measures, site selection for field trips/educational trips, service providers, provision for learners with special needs, parents/guardian conference and predeparture briefing.
Airlines also advised travelers to allot ample time to get to the terminals and undergo check-in, security and immigration checks, and other predeparture procedures.
The tour company was advised to include CDC Yellow Book (3) resources in its predeparture materials for clients.
Over time, CARMP has become the major platform for the promotion of organized recruitment schemes and predeparture migrant orientation in the post-Soviet region.
All subjects took the blend two hours predeparture and again six hours later.
In his predeparture briefing at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Terminal II in Pasay City, the President said he will work with Vietnam and the rest of the ASEAN in curtailing the proliferation of illegal drugs to secure a better future for the next generations.
The international dimension appeared during 1958 as NPAC began to organize predeparture communication seminars for foreign students studying in the United States (K.
For Sarah, who had never been abroad for an extended period and who expressed much predeparture anxiety about being in a new country, having Brian as a work partner seemed to ease her fears and make her more comfortable inside and outside the classroom.
In his predeparture statement the Prime Minister said that Pakistan and Saudi Arabia are tied in close bonds of shared faith and values.