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NATA Safety 1st Subscription Program Reaches Enrollment Milestone

More Than 100 Companies Have Enrolled In The Program

Over 100 aviation businesses from around the globe have enrolled in the NATA Safety 1st Subscription program. The subscription program provides companies unlimited use of all NATA Safety 1st Training content for one fixed annual or monthly fee regardless of employee turnover, retraining or evolving training needs.

NATA announce the milestone ahead of its 2018 Annual Meeting and Aviation Business Conference.

“We are very excited to reach this NATA Safety 1st milestone. The subscription program was launched in response to member and user input, and its success highlights the value it provides to aviation businesses,” stated Michael France, NATA’s Managing Director of Safety & Training. “The Safety 1st Subscription Program is a powerful tool for businesses that seek to empower their training staff to effectively support employee development. Under the program, trainers make decisions based upon need, not cost.”

The Safety 1st Subscription program is based upon an annual fee calculated by the number of training “slots” a company needs. Employees filling a training slot can be assigned any content within the Safety 1st program at any time. If an employee leaves the company, that slot is opened for a new hire to begin training immediately at no additional cost.

NATA Safety 1st currently provides operational and safety training for over 1,500 FBO and ground handling locations worldwide.

(Source: NATA news release)



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