ADTS - Breaking new ground for Mid East training
In a first for the Middle East, F&E Aerospace will launch the first-ever Aerospace & Defence Training Show (ADTS), from 3 to 4 March 2010, in association with the Halldale Media Group.
The inaugural ADTS at Airport Expo in Dubai will be the one-stop solution to the growing demand across the Middle East for civil and military aerospace training, recruitment and simulation.
Alison Weller, Director of organiser F&E Aerospace, said: “As the aviation industry recovers from the economic downturn and airlines prepare to raise their staffing levels to meet demand, training and development specialists within the industry will be looking to equip their teams with the necessary skills to enlarge their pool of professionals.
“Similarly, with current predictions of increased defence spending across the Middle East, a good proportion of funds will be earmarked for military training systems and equipment. I am confident that the Aerospace and Defence Training Show in March will be a welcome platform from which aviation training institutes, airlines and aircraft manufacturers can attract and inspire aviation professionals of the future.”
ADTS comprises two, parallel conferences and an exhibition and is supported by the UAE Armed Forces, the Arab Air Carriers Association, Dubai Civil Aviation Authority, Dubai Airports, Emirates Airline and Emirates Aviation College-Aerospace & Academic Studies.
The conferences are aimed at tackling issues within the civil and military aerospace industry. The airline training conference will be led by Halldale’s CAT magazine; the other, on defence training, will be led by its MS&T magazine.
The supporting exhibition will feature companies offering the most up-to-date training courses and simulation equipment and programmes, in addition to recruitment agencies, vocational and academic institutes and universities.
The exhibition is selling well and the F&E Aerospace team is booking space here at the Dubai Airshow.
ADTS aims to attract visitors from airlines, airports and air forces, as well as professionals in HR and training & development, students, trainees and apprentices.