Capacity Building

In LEI cer­ti­fi­ca­tion sys­tem, the exis­tence of train­ing insti­tu­tions is required for the sys­tem to work, which is also a require­ment to imple­ment cert­fi­ca­tion process. Cer­ti­fi­ca­tion process will work when onsite asses­sors and expert panel are avail­able, as they are the execu­tor of the onsite pre-assesment, onsite assess­ment. They are also respon­si­ble in the cer­ti­fi­ca­tion deci­sion mak­ing processes.

Onsite asses­sors and expert panel, prior to their recog­ni­tion as onsite asses­sors and/or expert panel, shall undergo series of train­ings. Upon com­plet­ing the train­ings, they will be reg­is­tered and autho­rized as onsite asses­sors and/or expert panel in the per­son­nel cer­ti­fi­ca­tion bod­ies accred­ited by LEI. The cer­ti­fi­ca­tion bod­ies which per­form assess­ment to the man­age­ment units, pre­pared for under­go­ing the cer­ti­fi­ca­tion sys­tem, must use well-trained and reg­is­tered onsite asses­sor and expert panel in accor­dance to their com­pe­tency and expertise.

Onsite asses­sors are trained so that they are capa­ble of con­duct­ing data/fact inves­ti­ga­tion and col­lect­ing, to ana­lyze the indi­ca­tors in their field, to make con­clu­sion on the man­age­ment unit’s per­for­mance, and to write reports based on the data/facts found.

Expert Panel are trained so that they are able to make writ­ten deci­sion based on the man­age­ment unit doc­u­ments review on: base­line data, plan­ning, and reports on for­est man­age­ment activ­i­ties; to explain in words or in writ­ing the cer­ti­fi­ca­tion logic struc­ture; to ver­ify and val­i­date onsite assess­ment results; to actively par­tic­i­pate in group deci­sion mak­ing processes; and to make assess­ment deci­sion on the man­age­ment unit’s performance.

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LEI’s Certified Forests

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2.388.775,35 Ha Plan­ta­tion Forests
36.917,080 Ha Com­mu­nity Forests
5 Chain of Cus­tody

Total 2.425.020,43 Ha

(2017, Jan­u­ary)