The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) is pursuing training partnerships with the aim of establishing agreements in all regions in order to enhance the competences and skills of current and future aviation professionals. To this end, the ICAO Global Aviation Training Office (GAT) is actively working to establish such agreements to develop and deliver joint aviation training programmes under the auspices of the TRAINAIR PLUS Programme (TPP).
The ICAO Training Corporate Partner we are looking for:This Partnership is specifically addressed to higher education institutions such as Universities which provide aviation programmes, regional and international aviation-oriented organizations, public institutions and aviation agencies that wish to develop and deliver ICAO Training.
Step 1: Signing of Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)
In order to qualify as an ICAO Training Corporate Partner, a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) will be accepted and signed between ICAO and the interested organisation specifying TRAINAIR PLUS activities they wish to undertake.
Step 2: ICAO-recognized Partnership Training Package (PTP)
As per the
TRAINAIR PLUS Operations Manual (TPOM) (Doc 10052), upon joining TPP as a Corporate Partner, an institution can develop and deliver a Partnership Training Package (PTP) to respond the national, and regional and global training needs, as well as support the implementation of ICAO Standards and Recommended Practices and aviation global plans. A PTP can be:
a. a training course or an academic programme in aviation;b. recognized within a University’s degree programme(s) and earn credits;c. developed by ICAO and incorporated into the training or academic programme(s) of the Partner;
d. developed by the Partner and co-delivered with ICAO; or
e. co-developed and co-delivered by the Partner and ICAO.
Concordia University (Canada), Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (United States of America), Ecole Nationale de l’Aviation Civile (France), Korea Aerospace University (Korea), Nanyang Technological University (Singapore), Universidad Nacional de San Martin (Argentina), University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg (South Africa), Waterloo University (Canada)
International Organizations: Airports Council International- ACI, ENAIRE (Spain),
FAA Flight Standards Training Division AFS-500 (United States of America), International Air Transport Association - IATA, The International Air Cargo Association - TIACA
For more information, please contact Mrs. Laura Camastra, Programme Implementation Officer, at
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