In March, during the World ATM Congress 2015, Entry Point North, a leading global Air Traffic Services academy, and the International Air Transport Association (IATA), signed a collaboration agreement for the development and delivery of complimentary training programs for the aviation industry. This collaboration gives a solid background for vocational cooperation between airline and air traffic control industries.
The IATA Training and Development Institute (ITDI) is one of the leading providers of global aviation training solutions. Together with Entry Point North’s proven Air Traffic Control training courses, this new collaboration is poised to offer an extensive training portfolio world-wide. Entry Point North will be offering ITDI’s courses in Air Navigation Services Management, Safety and many other areas recognised by the industry. This strategic partnership expands beyond the training course portfolios and enables the needs of the clients to be met with an even wider array of high quality courses.
“We are pleased to be working closely with ITDI as a leading Air Navigation Services training provider. This collaboration opens a professional access to the airline industry and gives an opportunity to achieving even greater synergies” – says Anne Kathrine Jensen, CEO of Entry Point North.
“Our partnership with Entry Point North combines our organisations’ expertise in delivering relevant and accessible training programs that are aligned with global standards and best practices. Entry Point North is a leader in the provision of ATS training. We look forward to enhancing the safety and sustainability of our industry.” – says Victor de Barrena, Director of ITDI.
Signing of the collaboration agreement: (from the left) Karen Stephenson, Product Manager, SFO/ ITDI, Giancarlo Buono, Director Europe (SFO), IATA, Anne Kathrine Jensen, CEO, Entry Point North and Peter Kantner, Business Development Manager, Entry Point North