The French National School of Civil Aviation (ENAC) has just added two additional courses to their curriculae. Both Masters are open to people already employed and wishing to access positions of responsibility. The first Masters concerning aircraft maintenance, which will be launched in October, entails a one-week course, per month, lasting a year.
The other Masters is related to airlines operations. Twenty executives have already been following this course for the last six months, based on the foregoing format, of one week, per month, over a twelve-month period. Sponsored by Etihad Airways, two thirds of the course modules take place in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, the rest being split between Toulouse and Geneva.
With the growth in air traffic, the need for maintenance and flight operations managers is on the increase. If any of these Masters interest you (Aircraft Life Maintenance & Airlines Operations), you can apply either to the ENAC website, or the International Air Transport Association, IATA being a partner for these two training courses. Classes start in October. Cost of training: 20,000 euros.