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Baldwin Teams with Broward College Press Release

Updated: May 27, 2020

The transportation industry’s highly regarded safety and quality management leaders at Baldwin Safety & Compliance have announced that they will team with the Emil Buehler Aviation Institute of Broward College in Pembroke Pines, FL to present a series of aviation safety training courses commencing with a two-day Safety Officer workshop in Atlanta, GA on November 6 and 7 followed by “SMS From The Top Down” and “Human Factors for Business Aviation Operations” in Fort Lauderdale, FL on February 20 and 21, 2020. Completion of the Safety Officer Workshop will lead to two National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) CAM credits. The second program in the series will earn NBAA PDP credits.

“We’re very pleased to be collaborating with Broward College on this inaugural workshop,” explained Jason Starke, Director of Standards at Baldwin. “Together we’ve built on our NBAA-CAM accredited Aviation Safety Officer course and Broward’s highly-regarded aviation degree and certification programs to provide instruction on safe and efficient flight department work practices, FAA pilot certification procedures, aircraft systems and components, flight safety, instrumentation, and employability skills. Specifically, this unique Safety Officer Workshop will cover performance-based requirements for ICAO, IS-BAH and IS-BAO. We look forward to developing additional workshops with Broward to satisfy the demands of the industry,” he said.

“This is the first collaboration of this type that we have entered into with the express intention of providing leadership development skills to the aviation community,” added Mary Monusky, Director, Corporate Partnerships for Broward College. “We are laser-focused on responding to the industry’s needs to close critical skills gaps—and so is Baldwin—so they were a natural choice as a partner. Since Broward College is located in the nation’s second largest aviation industry hub in the United States (trailing only the Los Angeles/Long Beach basin), this type of open-access training will allow multiple companies to ‘up-skill’ their employees efficiently and economically,” she concluded.



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