New IATA aviation courses in India

April 20, 2007

New IATA courses in India are launched at the Speedwings Academy for Aviation Services, Cochin, the leading IATA Authorised training centres in South India.
Airline and airport customer service, cargo marketing and perishable cargo handling, airline call center training etc are some of the courses based on airport operation, ICAO, funding, master plan, safety and security systems including navigational systems. Cost reduction and unhealthy competition from LCCs are a threat to the industry. In this context, IATA comes up with the airline call center training to provide professional information and service to the Customers Esseldeurs conferred the authorisation to conduct seven new IATA aviation courses on the Speedwings aviation academy.
Examinations will be held twice in an year – March & September and the international diplomas will be awarded by IATA . The courses are:
>>Airline Customer Service:
• Ticket office, reservations, check-in, traffic, operations, baggage service and tourist information desks
• Cargo reservations and receiving
• Public relations and sales support personnel
• Flight attendants

>>Cargo Marketing:
• Cargo sales professionals
• Marketing and sales managers
• Regional or district sales managers with cargo responsibilities
• Senior cargo agents and specialists
• Airport managers wanting a cargo perspective for future business development
• Cargo marketing consultants.

>>Shipping Perishable Cargo:
• Airline acceptance staff, shippers and freight forwarders
• Cargo sales representatives
• Special cargo training specialists
• Auditors from Departments of Transportation, Civil Aviation and Health Authorities
• Operations and station managers.
>>Introduction to Air Transportation:
• New or experienced managers coming into aviation from another industry
• Recently promoted employees working within the industry
• Individuals wishing to enhance their understanding of the air transportation environment.
>>Introduction to the Airline Industry
>>Airline Call Centre Training
19/04/07 Express TravelWorld

5 Responses to New IATA aviation courses in India

  1. SANDIP on August 31, 2011 at 10:12 pm


  2. ruqaya on September 18, 2011 at 1:34 pm


  3. Venkat on March 19, 2012 at 4:44 pm

    Gud evng iam venkat from HYD sir i have intrest in avition field but i have some eye sight so iam i eligble for this field.

  4. avis augustine on March 27, 2012 at 10:21 am

    good afternoon,

    my name is Avis Augustine pursuing bachelor of technology in the stream of aeronautics final year. I would like to know the course period and fee structure.
    Thank you

  5. yash on June 12, 2012 at 12:54 pm

    i have completed diploma in computer engineering.what are the fields in which i can work in aviation services with good future.

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