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Resource Group launches new online EASA Airside Safety course

Posted 20 December 2016 · Add Comment

The Resource Group has launched a new, modular Airside Safety training course.

The course will support our clients in meeting the Commission Regulation (EU) No 139/2014 in which the aerodrome operator is to establish and implement a training programme for personnel involved in the operation, maintenance and management of an aerodrome.

Ian Fitzpatrick, managing director of Resource Group Training Solutions Division said: “As an industry embedded training provider we are well aware of the importance of airside safety to the industry. We also recognise the operational challenges faced by our clients in releasing mobile and shift based workers to attend classroom based training. For these reasons we have leveraged our existing online training capabilities and significant track record in Air Traffic and Aviation Technical training to design a training programme to meet the needs of our clients from a position of understanding.

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