NATA’s Safety 1st Advanced Line Service Workshops are in full swing for 2018! Our latest workshop was held at Ross Aviation in Long Beach, CA. The two-day event included sessions on motivation and leadership techniques, customer service training, misfueling prevention, SPCC training, and the impact of human factors on aviation ground handling.
Guest speakers Rick Spencer of Peco-Facet and Keith Clark of Phillips 66 also led discussions on aviation fuel filtration and quality control. Attendees received hands-on fire extinguisher training during a live fire demonstration conducted by Hedrick Fire Services.
NATA would like to thank Greg McQueary, Valerie Boes and all the staff at Ross Aviation Long Beach for making this event possible.
NATA is hosting 5 more ALS workshops throughout the country in 2018. Click here for dates and registration information.
An ALS attendee gets hands-on experience extinguishing a live fire at our latest Advanced Line Service workshop in Long Beach, CA.
Advanced Line Service workshop attendees strategize on risk mitigations for Human Factors that affect aviation ground handling.
Advanced Line Service workshop attendees explore how understanding different motivational styles can help draw the best out in employees.
This year’s Aviation Management Workshop, presented by Safety 1st and Aviation Management Consulting Group, took place in Savannah in conjunction with NATA’s Fall Committee Meetings. Attendees spent the past two days learning proven leadership principles and best practice approaches from Paul Meyers and Jeff Kohlman, both founding Principals of Aviation Management Consulting Group. Stay tuned for dates for next year’s events, including the 2015 Aviation Management Workshop.
Thank you to the Aviation Management Workshop sponsors for making this event possible!
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Submitted by Michael France, NATA Director of Safety and Training
If your business is like most in general aviation, you promote from within. Individuals who display passion, knowledge and skill take on new responsibilities and eventually even new roles. Many of these “homegrown” leaders have never had formal leadership and management training, yet they are tasked with leading and managing your business. Their success is often based solely upon raw talent and desire. Imagine what these leaders and managers could accomplish with just a little bit of expert instruction!
The NATA Safety 1st Aviation Management Workshop is designed to provide these leaders, both new and experienced, the positive edge they need to take the businesses they run to the next level. Presented in partnership with Aviation Management Consulting Group (AMCG), the Aviation Management Workshop explores proven leadership, management, and decision-making principles, best practice approaches, innovative strategies, and creative techniques from industry experts who have decades of experience leading and managing people and making business decisions.
Now is the time to invest in your leaders and managers and the Aviation Management Workshop is the solution you need.
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2014 Aviation Management Workshop
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