Global air traffic is expected to double in the next 20 years, creating millions of new jobs. The aviation industry faces a huge challenge to deliver training for the new workforce. The industry needs to attract new talents by providing new training methods and forward-looking career paths. At the same time, the training should be relevant, user-friendly and cost-effective.
“The aviation sector is growing and Oman is pushing ahead with efforts to boost tourism and cargo numbers through the expansion of its aviation infrastructure and provide a significant number of new jobs in the near future. Together with our partner National Hospitality Institute (NHI), we can provide high quality and efficient training solutions,” said Airport College International CEO Pertti Mero.
“The aviation sector has been boosted by government investments and a stronger sector has the potential to benefit trade, SMEs, tourism and logistics and can support the promotion and awareness of Oman on a global scale. We strongly believe that we can help airlines, ground handling companies, logistics service providers as well as job seekers to save on training costs without compromising the quality of training,” said NHI principal Robert MacLean.