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Aviation Skills Awards 2019 nominations now open

Posted 29 January 2019 · Add Comment

The Aviation Skills Partnership has opened the nominations process for its annual Aviation Skills Awards, which recognise achievement in six areas of aviation for aeroplane and rotorcraft people, at all stages in their careers.


The Aviation Skills Partnership (ASP) is asking for nominations of organisations, businesses or individuals involved in the rotorcraft or aeroplane sectors, for the Aviation Skills Awards 2019.

The Awards were launched in 2015 to ensure that skills achievements could be recognised in their own right and that the Aviation Skills Partnership's Pathways and Programmes would allow people the chance to achieve their goals.

There are two separate main categories across ASP's six areas of aviation, which include:

  • Professional Pilot
  • Air Traffic Control
  • Airport Operations
  • Operations
  • Cabin Crew
  • Aviation Engineering

The next Awards Ceremony will be held at the House of Commons on Tuesday 5th March 2019.

Aviation Skills Awards Categories 2019

Rotorcraft Award Categories:

1. Rotorcraft Skills Young Person of the Year - awarded to a young person (under 25) who can demonstrate the impact that investing their skills and development has had on their career and life.

2. Rotorcraft Skills Provider of the Year - awarded to a provider who can demonstrate how their aviation education and skills provision is having a positive impact on the skills of young people in the aviation sector.

3. Rotorcraft Skills Business of the Year - awarded to a business or organisation who can demonstrate how their investment and commitment to supporting skills development in the aviation sector is having a positive impact on their business and the wider sector.

4. Rotorcraft Skills Coach/Mentor/Trainer/Teacher of the Year - awarded to an individual from the Further Education Sector who can demonstrate how their support for the sector is having a positive impact on the skills of young people and/or inspiring the next generation of young people to seek a career in the aviation sector.

Aeroplane Award Categories:

1. Aeroplane Skills Young Person of the Year - awarded to a young person (under 25) who can demonstrate the impact that investing their skills and development has had on their career and life.

2. Aeroplane Skills Provider of the Year - awarded to a provider who can demonstrate how their aviation education and skills provision is having a positive impact on the skills of young people in the aviation sector.

3. Aeroplane Skills Business of the Year - awarded to a business or organisation who can demonstrate how their investment and commitment to supporting skills development in the aviation sector is having a positive impact on their business and the wider sector.

4. Aeroplane Skills Coach/Mentor/Trainer/Teacher of the Year - awarded to an individual from the Further Education Sector who can demonstrate how their support for the sector is having a positive impact on the skills of young people and/or inspiring the next generation of young people to seek a career in the aviation sector.
 

The closing date for nominations is: Monday 18th February 2019

For further information email: Awards@aviationskillspartnership.com .

To nominate, click here


 

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