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Friday, December 12, 2008

International Aviation Training Conference February 2009

The AICC is meeting in Singapore on February 24-27, 2009 at the Alteon Singapore Training Center. There is an open call for sessions on innovation in aviation training and related technologies. Selected topics will be presented during meeting sessions on February 24-26, 2009.

Airlines, aviation suppliers, and government agencies are encouraged to use this opportunity to showcase their learning organizations, learning programs, and initiatives that may be of interest to their peers in aviation.

Software vendors, providers of training services and technologies supporting learning, training and e-learning for aviation are also encouraged to participate. Suggested topics include case studies, project reviews or advance technology demonstrations in the areas of:

  • ICAO English
  • Crew coordination
  • Recurrent training
  • Workforce development planning and management
  • Authoring, media development, content management, and learning support systems
  • Metric and assessments
  • Deployment technology, including mobile learning and EFB (Electronic Flight Bag)
  • International specifications and standards relating to learning and training

Submit a presentation title, brief description, speaker title, and speaker contact information by sending email to: presentations [AT] aicc.org. Those already approved to present at the rescheduled January meeting will be given first consideration.

Presentation proposals are due by close of business on January 23, 2009.

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Monday, December 08, 2008

Mumbai Meetings to be Rescheduled

The AICC would like to express our sincere condolences over the recent events in Mumbai and extend our sympathies to those who have suffered. These terrible events and the resulting changes in travel policies and restrictions for members, and anticipated processing times for visas have all had a negative impact on our shared plans.

After much thoughtful discussion within the AICC, the Executive Committee made the decision to defer meeting in Mumbai until a later date in order to make it a more effective and productive meeting for everyone. The AICC would like very much to reschedule Mumbai as international venue in the near future and hope that we can work with our local members to arrange this in an upcoming year.

The previous agenda will remain available online with suitable notation, so that those who have made travel arrangements can contact the hotel.

If necessary, the AICC may schedule a contingency meeting to sustain business continuity. No decisions or arrangements have been made.

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