Emirates today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the United Arab Emirates General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA), the commercial and training arm, the International aviation consulting and training (IACT) in the Dubai Airshowto select customized training solutions for employees working in the airline’s engineering departments.
The MoU was signed by Saif Mohammad Al Suwaidi, Director General of the UAE GCAA, and Adel Al Redha, Emirates Chief Operating Officer. Under the agreement, both parties will facilitate training for the airline’s employees working in Emirates’ engineering departments at GCAA’s International Aviation Consulting and Training (IACT) and Emirates engineering facilities.
“This MoU underlines our joint commitment to ensuring excellence and safety in aviation. This cooperation is in line with the UAE government’s directives to collaborate with stakeholders to combine our strengths and achieve our common goals more effectively and efficiently. “We will continue to explore all possible areas of collaboration within the industry.”
Adel Al Redha commented:
“This new MoU will further enhance the long-standing partnership between Emirates and GCAA, as both parties pool resources to build a talent pool of competent and highly qualified aviation professionals, equipped with world-class qualifications and competitive skills to contribute to the organization and the UAE aviation industry.”
The collaboration will ensure Emirates Constant compliance with dynamic changes in GCAA regulations through customized trainings provided by IACT for airline employees in technical areas and certifications, including GCAA General Civil Aviation airworthiness-related regulations, Manufacturing, Airworthiness Review Certificate (ARC), Maintenance Organization Review Certificate (MORC). , Office Holders and Compliance Monitoring. Emirates and IACT will also work together to identify unique approaches to further raise Emirates engineering training standards and equip airline employees with additional tools to support their professional development.
Emirates Engineering Training It is approved to carry out both modalities – EASA and GCAA – and basic GCAA training using the Distance Synchronous Training (DLS) methodology. The teams use cutting-edge training tools and digital learning platforms, including DLS, to deliver numerous programs and initiatives designed to meet the aviation industry’s ever-changing regulatory landscape.
In Emirates EngineeringAircraft engineering and maintenance work is largely performed in-house through an experienced workforce that is fully qualified to manage and implement all aspects of maintenance, engineering, quality, planning and logistics.
Set high standards for the industry, Emirates Engineering Employees also occasionally support the fleets of thirty other airlines through third-party maintenance contracts at Emirates engineering facilities.
News source: Emirates News Agency