• manage a continual process that measures results and that confirms learning activities offered through the ATI network continue to meet established objectives and standards; • identify partner institutions that can offer, adapt or translate ACI courses as needed; and • market locally developed accredited courses through the ATI network. The benefits of belonging to this network include:
• qualification for existing ACI Training Centres to get ATI status and receive a preferential discount on the annual ATI membership fee. ACI is pleased to announce that this initiative has been officially launched in 2016 with many of our member airports showing significant interest in being active participants. From the end of 2015, we have had two ACI Training Centres in Europe and Asia that have been involved in the pilot and testing phase to become an ATI, and each organization is at different stages in the validation process.
• global airport industry recognition for meeting international standards of excellence in training for course design, content and delivery; • issuance of ACI co-branded certificates to students who successfully complete the approved ACI training programmes; • web and publication listings as an ACI ATI; • permission to use the ACI ATI logo for specified promotions and approved ACI courses; • eligibility to become an official ACI Training Centre, if not already the case; and
For more information on the ACI Accredited Training Institutes inititaive, please visit: www.aci.aero/ATI For more information on ACI Global Training, please visit: www.aci.aero/training
ACI World seeking airport secondee with security experience “ACI World is seeking an airport secondee with security experience to work with the Security Department for a 1–2 year term. Responsibilities will include the development of guidance material, participation in ICAO activities and assistance with the APEX programme. Please contact Nina Brooks for more information at email@example.com.”
ACI WORLD REPORT
ACI World Report - March 2016