Novadrone’s executives improve their management skills

More than 25 positions in the program Helix formation and EOI.

The Andalusian Aerospace Cluster Helix and EOI School of Industrial Organization, closed the Business Management Program Aircraft-AERO, a training initiative in which managers and professionals of the Andalusian aerospace industry have improved their managerial and entrepreneurial skills to increase the competitiveness of companies, especially the auxiliary, who represent the majority of aviation cluster of the community.

The closing of this course has taken place with the delivery of diplomas to the 26 students who participated in the initiative, all managers, technicians and professionals from more than 15 companies and organizations who work in aeronautics in Andalusia . The event was held at the headquarters of EOI in Seville and has attended Arthur Vincent, director of Helix; and Francisco Velasco, director of EOI Andalucía, Pedro Calvo, director of the course, and Javier Ruiz de Ojeda, Deputy Director of Political Affairs of Airbus Defence and Space in Spain, who has delivered the keynote address “The Future of Aviation Programs”.

The closing of this course has taken place with the delivery of diplomas to the 26 students who participated in the initiative, all managers, technicians and professionals from more than 15 companies and organizations who work in aeronautics in Andalusia . The event was held at the headquarters of EOI in Seville and has attended Arthur Vincent, director of Helix; and Francisco Velasco, director of EOI Andalucía, Pedro Calvo, director of the course, and Javier Ruiz de Ojeda, Deputy Director of Political Affairs of Airbus Defence and Space in Spain, who has delivered the keynote address “The Future of Aviation Programs”.

Leading companies
Specifically, the training program has involved professional firms Mave Aeronáutica, Novadrone, TASS, Inespasa, Alestis Aerospace, Aertec Solutions, Simpresl, Hutchinson Aerospace, Glenser Aerospace, Indaero, Teams, Global Quality, Ghenova, the Advanced Technology Center Aerospace (CATEC) and the National Institute for Aerospace Technology (INTA).

The course, which has had a total of 132 hours of teaching, has been designed to support, advise and train professionals in auxiliary industries in all efforts to adapt to new market needs, improving their management skills and work and thereby analyzing the conditions of the new aviation environment. The program also has completed a special process of mentoring and monitoring 12 hours on average per student.

2017-05-22T17:39:54+00:00 16/02/2014|Categories: Blog|