NATA Flight Training Committee Accepting New Members
The National Air Transportation Association's (NATA) Flight Training Committee provides a great benefit to those whose businesses involve aviation education. Professionals from all aspects of the flight training industry are able to share their knowledge and expertise while paving a path for the future of aviation education. Established to improve the efficiency of business operations, the committee focuses on six key areas: safety and security, customer satisfaction, competitiveness, quality of training, viability and profitability, and public and governmental relations.
The Flight Training Committee covers business strategies and techniques that are essential to any flight training provider. Common topics of discussion include the key factors to excellent customer service and how a flight school can increase student retention. The committee works alongside other aviation associations to combine resources to provide a better understanding of the competitive nature of the business environment. The committee's sub-committees, such as Safety and Security and Best Practices, have been established to concentrate on the foundations of a successful flight training facility.
The Flight Training Committee creates a perfect platform for members to strategize and work together to tackle some of the key regulatory and legislative issues affecting an already uncertain industry. Committee members are briefed by NATA staff as well as representatives of the federal agencies on the political climate and current regulatory matters. This allows committee members to provide important feedback to lawmakers and government regulators and influence their crucial decisions. In fact, NATA's Flight Training Committee contributed to the fight that helped prevent California from over regulating many flight training facilities within the state.
With no added cost, participation in the association's Flight Training Committee is the perfect way to get the most value from your NATA membership. To enable you to meet the committee and understand its principles better, we would like to invite all who are interested to participate in the next upcoming teleconference. For more information on upcoming dates, contact Collin Smith, NATA manager of regulatory affairs, at 703-575-2057 or firstname.lastname@example.org.