October 19, 2010

Jeppesen to Provide Recurrent Dispatcher Training at February NBAA Schedulers and Dispatchers Conference

Jeppesen training helps to maintain and enhance critical decision making skills for advanced business aviation dispatchers and schedulers

NBAA Convention, Atlanta, Ga. | 19 Oct 2010 | By Jeppesen

WHAT: Jeppesen has been chosen to provide recurrent dispatcher training in coordination with the 22nd annual National Business Aviation Administration (NBAA) schedulers and dispatchers conference. The Jeppesen training program helps to maintain and enhance critical decision making skills for business aviation professionals who hold an FAA dispatcher’s license or are advanced-level schedulers.

WHERE: Savannah Marriott Riverfront hotel, 100 General McIntosh Blvd., Savannah, Georgia.

WHEN: February 7-8, 2011, prior to the start of the NBAA Schedulers & Dispatchers Conference.

WHO: The NBAA recurrent dispatcher training course presented by Jeppesen is open to experienced (SEBA Level 3 and 4) members of flight departments who share the responsibility of scheduling or dispatching business aircraft. This includes not only dedicated schedulers and dispatchers, but also chief pilots, directors and department managers.

WHY: Jeppesen, the global industry leader in navigation, operations, training and optimization solutions will provide a two-day recurrent training lesson plan for dispatchers interested in refreshing their skills and staying current with the latest industry practices. The Jeppesen recurrent training curriculum includes meteorology, aeronautical charting and national airspace system update topics during the first day of training. The second training day includes federal aviation regulations, aircraft performance and airport analysis, manual flight planning and route/fuel analysis and practical flight planning exercise activity and discussion.

CONTACT: For additional information or to sign up to attend the training, please visit www.nbaa.org/sdc/2011.


Brian Rantala Jeppesen, 303-328-4370