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Gulf Center for Aviation Studies receives NCEMA accreditation

Posted 18 February 2019 · Add Comment

The Gulf Center for Aviation Studies (GCAS), is the training arm of Abu Dhabi Airports, has been accredited by the UAE’s National Emergency Crisis and Disaster Management Authority (NCEMA) to deliver NCEMA developed Business Continuity Management (BCM) courses.

 

GCAS is the only aviation training provider in the UAE to offer NCEMA developed BCM courses. The courses will be delivered in partnership with Continuity and Resilience (CORE), an internationally recognized and licensed BCM training partner.

The Business Continuity Management courses offered by GCAS are designed to educate delegates on the development of holistic management processes that build up organizational resilience and effectively safeguard the interests of the organization and its stakeholders.

Bryan Thompson, CEO of Abu Dhabi Airports commented: “GCAS is an instrumental tool for Abu Dhabi Airports. It is the vehicle that will ensure the development of our capabilities, skills and calibre of our teams, to deliver to the needs of our new gateway, the Midfield Terminal.  Through its drive to continuously enhance its accreditation and course offering, we ensure that all staff who work in the new airport are passionate, engaged but above all well trained to deliver on the expectations of our travellers, our stakeholders from the aviation community, and Abu Dhabi as a whole.”

Zamzam Al Hammadi, General Manager GCAS, said: “The accreditation of GCAS by NCEMA is in line with our vision and mission to become the world’s leading center for airport and aviation training through the provision of a comprehensive portfolio of courses and the promotion of an innovative culture of learning and excellence. The accreditation also further strengthens our position as the region’s leading aviation training organisation and highlights Abu Dhabi Airports’ ongoing contribution to raising aviation standards around the world.

“We look forward to welcoming delegates to our new BCM courses this year, and continuing to provide efficient, credible and cost-effective airport and aviation training solutions to candidates and entities from around the world,” concluded Zamzam Alhammadi.

 

 

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