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Gulf Center for Aviation Studies hosts Royal Saudi Air Force

Posted 8 August 2018 · Add Comment

Abu Dhabi Airports is hosting delegates candidates from the Royal Saudi Air Force at the Gulf Centre for Aviation Studies (GCAS) for a series of selected aviation training sessions.

 

The trainee will benefit from knowledge-sharing exercises covering areas related to safety and security, forming part of the close cooperation between the aviation sectors and industries of both countries.

Sultan Al Mansoori, Acting General Manager GCAS said: “This training session, held at our Regional Centre of Excellence, is an important step in bolstering our aviation ties with our peers in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The selection of GCAS as the training provider for the Royal Saudi Air Force demonstrates its position as a leading regional aviation training institution, and Abu Dhabi’s status as a prime hub for Aviation, confirming its key roles in the region’s sustainable economic development.”

Over the course of four weeks, GCAS has worked with the Royal Saudi Air Force to deliver four key training modules to its trainee Aviation Management, IATA Dangerous Goods CAT 6 Initial course, ICAO on the Job Training Instructors Course, and Examination Techniques Course. These modules will equip the trainee with the knowledge of key aviation concepts as well as Train the Trainer skills and techniques.

“Our officers have received valuable training from GCAS in Abu Dhabi, which will serve to further reinforce their knowledge and skills,” said Brigadier General Ahmed Al Jahani from Royal Saudi Air Force. “Knowledge sharing exercises such as these not only improve performance but also stimulate innovation and growth, from which both sides can benefit equally,” he added.

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