Airline Training Center
Airline Training Center
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Driven by our long experience on Travel Agencies we do not only prepare our students to succeed on the IATA/UFTAA exams but we train them in practical matters as well.
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We are trained in the “secrets” of contemporary Airlines, the structure, operation, business planning, marketing, revenue and in the authorized professional training of future Airline personnel members in general.
We are trained in the “secrets” of contemporary cargo transport and of standard or DG goods transport from a given point A to a point B. Additionally, we are trained in the “secrets” of cost, loading as well as delivery to the Airport Cargo Terminals.
We are trained in the “secrets” of contemporary operation of a Touristic Association (Travel Agency, Car Rental Company, Hotels etc.), all being branches of our touristic force and requiring specialized training according to global competition.
The new Distance Learning Training Method allows candidates to be trained from where they live or work WITHOUT having to get to training centers in big cities (Athens or Thessaloniki). Candidates from neighbor and other countries are highly interested in this widely spread training method. E-learning training branches: Aviation- Cargo- Travel and Tourism.
AIRPORT / GROUND SERVICES
We are trained in the “secrets” of contemporary Airports and Aircraft Ground Service. Key subject matters such as Operation, Ramp Service, Management Operation and Passengers Service are always taught in alignment with the global prescription regarding Airport Regulations which are in effect around the world.
GDS / RESERVATIONS SYSTEMS
Learn how to make and manage bookings for flights, hotels and car rental system Amadeus - Sabre, using unique simulation program our confirmation. Balance Amadeus - Sabre is one of the most widely used systems GDS (Global Distribution System) reservations to travel industry and is an indispensable tool for all professionals involved with the Air-Tourism Industry. This smart course will show you how to use the system Amadeus or Sabre system for common scenarios reservation and teach you basic transactions that will help you stand out in the competitive tourism industry.
IATA / HARVARD BUSINESS PUBLISHING
In order to achieve specialization and pluralism as far as training programs are concerned, on 2011 IATA has launched cooperation with the Management School of Harvard Business Publishing. Candidates who will chose one of IATA’ s programs would be able to attend and get their Leadership& Management Training Program Diploma within an 8 month period. Upon registration for the IATA- HARVARD program you can access 44 management modules. 10 units, required to get the diploma, are chosen and taught by Airline Training Center and in cooperation with fully trained professors, authorized by IATA and HARVARD.
EASA PART66 CATEGORY B1.1 AEROPLANES TURBINE
EASA Part 66 license is a common and mutually acceptable standard for the certification of aircraft maintenance mechanics worldwide. Part 66 License basic main aspects are the demonstration of strengthening knowledge and competence. This combination is offered and gained in our course, according to EASA license category and subcategory relevant to this course:
• Category B: Category B is the main license qualification for aircraft maintenance staff under EASA approval. Category B Licenses are available in both mechanical and avionics disciplines: o Subcategory B1.1 – mechanical (aircraft structure, jet engine, mechanical and electrical systems) for turbine powered aeroplanes.
By obtaining the Category B1.1 License the privileges and function of an avionics technician in defect troubleshooting / rectification and aircraft electrical and electronics system inspection and maintenance, require detailed description, operation, component location, removal / installation and testing procedures in order to maintain the aircraft airworthy.