This morning Adventia welcomed several institutional business representatives from the region Kocaeli, Turkey, who were interested in the spanish training system and in particual the successful model used by Adventia, European College of Aeronautics.
In this visit, the Turkish representatives have witnessed first-hand how the Aeronautical Campus of the University of Salamanca works, the courses offered and in particular the degree in Commercial Pilot and Air Operations to be implemented the next course 2013/14. Their objective being that of getting to know the spanish educational system and the subsequent job insertion so they could apply it to their own educational model, that requires a profound renewal and modernization.
The delegation was composed of representative from different training institutions that toured the Adventia facilities and learned in depth about the specialized training in aeronautics as well as the university training system for the Salamanca institution.
Kocaeli is a point of reference in technology in Turkey, in addition to being an important industrial center with a large oil refinery and important industries in paper and cement. The Turkish province is also a communications hub, origin of the main road and railway lines between Istanbul and Ankara.
Adventia is a benchmark in the world of aeronautics at European level and a reference in the implementation of the Commercial Pilot and Air Operations degrees. More than 1,500 pilots have passed through its facilities, among them are the first woman pilot and the champion of the world in acrobatic flying, in addition to professionals in positions of responsibility in organizations such as SENASA and EFSA and commanders of the main Spanish airlines like Iberia or Air Europa.
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