To celebrate its
10-year anniversary of providing global pilot and
cabin crew training, TAG Aviation has selected Women
in Corporate Aviation’s scholarship program as a
means to launch two inaugural scholarships.
Current WCA members -
age 18 and older - are encouraged to apply for the
scholarships between January 9 and March 26, 2017.
Training division is the approved training facility
for TAG Aviation as well as some 70 other companies
globally. Both of the following UK-based training
courses meet European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA)
School Pilot Training Scholarship
(Value £1815.00) includes a 5-day training program
at TAG’s training center at its UK-based Farnborough
Airport location. The classroom curriculum includes:
Fire and Smoke, First Aid, Security, Wet Drills,
Safety and Emergency Procedures, Crew Resource
Management and Survival. The online courses include:
Dangerous Goods and Winter Operations.
EASA Cabin Crew
(Value £700.00) includes a 5- or 7-day course at
TAG’s training center at its UK-based Farnborough
Airport location. The recipient will attend the UK
CAA-approved EASA Attestation training course to
gain a Cabin Crew Attestation.
“As the first
provider in the UK to offer this training, we’ve
seen many crews benefit from having an Attestation,
enabling them to freelance within Europe,” noted
Training Manager, TAG Global Training.
January 9 to March 26 application window, the
scholarship recipients will be notified one month
later. The scholarship awards ceremony will be held
at WCA’s annual member breakfast on Tuesday, May 23,
during the European Business Aviation Convention &
Exhibition (EBACE) in Geneva, Switzerland. Sterling
Global Aviation Logistics will sponsor a free entry
ticket to EBACE for the scholarship winner.
rules and information: