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  1. Entry Point North
13 April 2012

Entry Point North to Host free Seminar

On 7 June 2012, Entry Point North will host the free seminar "Changing training habits in a dynamic environment".
This exclusive seminar addresses training, human resource managers, training specialists and other training professionals within the aviation industry throughout the world. Attendance to the seminar has already been confirmed by training professionals from 10 different countries.

During this one-day seminar, participants will be updated on the latest developments, and actively debate the following subjects that the industry faces today:

  • What challenges do we face within ATM training today?
  • Training objectives are being harmonised, but new generations are becoming individualised. How should organisations cope with different generations?
  • How can investments in training be secured and deployed effectively?

The seminar topics will be presented by leading speakers from Eurocontrol and Entry Point North with open discussions facilitated by Tack International. This will provide a great opportunity for participants to expand their international professional network, exchange experience and make sure they are at the frontline of ATM training. Please find the seminar agenda and more information on our website.

It is a non-profit seminar and will be free of charge. It will take place at Comfort Hotel in Malmoe, Sweden. Entry Point North will be happy to assist with the booking of accommodation, but please note that expenses related to accommodation and transportation will be at the participants own expense.

We kindly ask you to register to the seminar as soon as possible, but not later than 11 May, by submitting the online registration form our website, or by sending an email to seminar@entrypointnorth.com.

Please note that the number of seats is limited, therefore we kindly ask to submit your registration as soon as possible.

Air traffic management (ATM) systems used to be isolated with limited information exchange between systems and users.
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