CAMIC signs 3-year training agreement with Entry Point North

- Malmo, Sweden.

Entry Point North, a leading global ATS academy, has entered into a 3-year agreement with CAMIC, the Civil Aviation Management Institute of China, to deliver Training Management Programmes during 2014-2016.

As part of the long-term collaboration in aviation related training between the two organisations, the customised Training Management Programme from Entry Point North is designed to develop competencies of ATM chief instructors and to give them an insight into European training standards and methods. The training, which encompasses the latest industry trends within aviation, is based on international aviation training expertise and recognised modern training philosophy. Each year a group of six key selected Chinese training professionals will attend the extensive tailor-made training program of three months length.

“The agreement on Training Management Programme endorses our long-term cooperation with CAMIC and expresses a strong recognition of our high quality training services. It is exceptionally rewarding for us to be an active part of the rapid development and growth of air traffic services in China – says Anne Kathrine Jensen, CEO of Entry Point North.

The first Programme will start in late 2014 and will be delivered in the academy’s modern training facilities in Malmoe and Budapest. Theoretical classroom training will be combined with practical exercises, CBT, Eurocontrol e-learning packages, study tours and visits to operational units.



Signing of the agreement: Gao Hongjiang, Vice President, CAMIC and Flemming Eske Hansen, CFO and Strategy Director, Entry Point North

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