Aviation sector must be ready to go when the bounce back arrives
Aviation needs to keep the pedal on training and upskilling, according to Linda Barron of Aviation Skillnet
While aviation deals with an unprecedented downtime, the industry needs to keep pace on investing in training and reskilling to be prepared for whatever the future holds.
That’s according to Linda Barron, the manager of Aviation Skillnet, a training network of Ireland’s aviation and aerospace companies that funds, designs and builds training programmes for the industry at various levels.
Barron said that the forthcoming year will once again have much uncertainty,...
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