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Tue, Mar 19, 2019

Women In Corporate Aviation Announces Europe-Based Training Scholarships

Application Window Open Through May 1

Women in Corporate Aviation (WCA) is announcing new scholarship opportunities for 2019; a two-day Service Masterclass from Corporate Flight Training in the U.K., and two General Emergency Initial Training Courses from FlightSafety International Le Bourget, Paris.

The Service Masterclass is for VIP Flight Attendants, or personal staff currently working on-board a private aircraft, who wish to finesse their professional skills and master their service flair by learning the latest from industry experts. The Service Masterclass combines the best of service training, hospitality and contemporary culinary technique. The course trainers served as Footmen to the British Royal family and as Butlers in exclusive residences around the world. This unique course aims to ensure any candidates can set themselves above the rest by ensuring the service they deliver is exceptional.

The Corporate General Emergency Training Course provides professional instruction for In-flight emergency response. FlightSafety International created this customizable training specifically to address the emergency training needs of corporate flight operations, regardless of size or situation. The training meets most requirements of regulatory agencies worldwide as well as the requirements of most Safety Management Systems (SMS), including IS-BAO. Pilots, engineers, maintenance technicians and flight attendants all benefit from these comprehensive courses, designed to enhance the safety of your flight department by promoting rapid, accurate response to in-flight emergencies.

Requirements Include: Two letters of recommendation and a one-page essay, to include an introduction, aspirations, future plans and involvement in the business aviation industry. Curriculum Vitae (CV) Must be an active member in Women in Corporate Aviation Award must be used within one year of receipt WCA members may apply for both scholarships

The scholarships will be presented at the WCA’s 10th Anniversary International Networking Breakfast during EBACE 2019, held on May 22th at the Starling Hotel in Geneva at 07:30 a.m.

The scholarship application window will be open from March 15 through May 1, 2019. The winner will be responsible for all associated travel expenses.

(Source: WCA news release)

FMI: www.wca-intl.org

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