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New Baines Simmons Academy Raises the Bar in Aviation Safety Training

Dépèche transmise le 8 octobre 2009 par Business Wire

New Baines Simmons Academy Raises the Bar in Aviation Safety Training

New Baines Simmons Academy Raises the Bar in Aviation Safety Training

FAIROAKS AIRPORT, Surrey, England--(BUSINESS WIRE)--A new training facility specialising aviation safety and airworthiness training will be opened this November by Baines Simmons. The Aviation Safety Academy, which will be based at Fairoaks Airport, will be the UK’s first dedicated training centre where aviation experts can immerse themselves in professional aviation learning.

The £1/2 million Academy will feature two state-of-the-art class-rooms, as well as an on-site library, and it is the only independent facility of its kind in the UK aviation safety industry. It will offer a range of over 50 courses covering a broad spectrum of regulatory and safety management themes, from EASA regulations to Safety Management Systems. Each course is tailored to the specific needs of people in a range of roles, from logistics staff to quality auditors or aviation industry managing directors.

A number of industry experts have been recruited to join the Academy staff, including Corina Canavan, former Training Manager for CAA International, who will head the project team. All courses will be delivered by Baines Simmons’ own trained staff, so the highest standards are maintained. The facility will be EASA and MIL Part 147 compliant, which means it meets the most stringent European training requirements.

The Academy will offer a stimulating and specialised environment in which to learn, as Baines Simmons managing director Keven Baines explains: ‘Being based at an airport, and with a library of key documents and data on hand, the Academy is a real centre of excellence that allows delegates to focus on their subject.’ It is ideal for medium sized or smaller businesses who don’t have their own in-house training department, as well as larger organisations looking for good value and high quality specialised training programmes.

As accommodation can be arranged separately, residential courses can be adapted to suit all budgets. ‘People coming to the Academy will know that they are investing in what matters most – a high quality course delivered by experienced professionals,’ continues Baines. ‘They don’t have to spend money on expensive accommodation unless they want to.’

Notes for editors: Baines Simmons is an international leader in airworthiness and aviation safety consulting and training, with offices in the UK, America, Australia and Hong Kong.

Business Wire

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