In addition to the previous post "We once again made sure that the entire aviation community of the world supports Ukraine", we provide the following information.

During the 32nd Annual Congress and General Assembly of ACI Europe, General Director Olivier Yankovets presented the President of the Association "Airports of Ukraine" CA Petro Lypovenka with a certificate - a grant for training under the AMPAP (Airport Management professional accreditation program) program - a professional training program for managers airports. The granted grant covers training in the amount of 14,000 euros.
The program is developed together with IATA, ICAO, ACI.

Graduates are awarded the International Airport Professional (IAP) or AMPAP Associate qualifications, which are the highest internationally recognized professional qualifications available to airport management practitioners. The training consists of 6 modules (four mandatory and two optional), which must be completed within three years. Education takes place in English.

Mandatory conditions for applying are to be an airport employee, speak English at an intermediate level, get a recommendation from AAUCA management and be motivated enough to finish the course and get a diploma. The nearest face-to-face group for the first module meets in Brussels on July 25-29.

More information about the AMPAP program (Airport Management professional accreditation program) at the link:
For information on registration for the program and the first course, contact AAUCA, e-mail [email protected]

We are waiting for worthy candidates who will meet the above requirements!

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