Air France. Throughout the complex history of Air France, its industrial relations policy has been guided by a will to cultivate harmonious labour relations that are a precondition for the development of a strong company. Moreover, because a company's performance is shaped by the skills of its personnel, Air France invests continuously and significantly in training. As a global carrier and a leader in the air transport world, the company relies on a wide array of professions. Air France recognizes and values its more important resource - its men and women whose first priority every day is to make the airline successful.
Air FranceContact: Mrs. Esther GuayE-mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: www.airfrance.ca
École Nationale de l'Aviation Civile (ENAC) offers a wide range of activities tailored to meet the requirements of the civil aviation actors. ENAC proposes training courses in English allowing aviation professionals to be ready to deal with the coming evolutions of their environment. It has been deeply involved with ICAO in the implementation of PBN worldwide, and delivers an ATCO training course compliant with the Eurocontrol ATCO Spec V1. Both “Mastère Spécialisé” Air Ground Collaborative Systems Engineering and CNS and Satellite Applications for Aviation prepare managers to future technologies and further integration between ground and on-board systems. The "Mastère Spécialisé" Aviation Safety Aircraft Airworthiness has already been attended by safety officers from many countries.
ENACE-mail: email@example.comWebsite: www.enac.ca
For more information please contact:Mihail PeytchevPhone: +1 514-954-8219, extension 7763Fax: +1 514-954-6769E-mail: MPeytchev@icao.int