Dallas, TX – North Texas Business Aviation Association (NTBAA) announced it has teamed with Global Aerospace to present an “Advanced Forum in Aviation Emergency Planning” seminar on June 1st, 2011 from 8 AM to 4 PM in Dallas, Texas.
As a part of the Global Aerospace SM4 series of workshops and seminars, this one-day forum is designed for Chief Pilots, Risk Managers, Emergency Response Managers, Directors of Aviation and senior management representatives. This program is certified for National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) Certified Aviation Manager (CAM) credit. Candidates for the NBAA credential may earn one point toward their CAM application or CAM renewal by attending this event.
Mr. Donald Chupp, President of Fireside Partners, LLC, will be presenting the program. Mr. Chupp develops and manages specialized emergency response plans (ERP) for clients around the world. Currently, Chupp is working extensively with the business aviation industry, developing effective emergency response plans and training programs. The June 1st program will focus on corporate and business aviation concerns, and explore historical lessons learned and will make significant use of case study examinations supported by pictures, video and expert testimony.
The Advanced Forum in Aviation Emergency Planning seminar will be held at the Embassy Suites, DFW Airport South 4650 West Airport Freeway, Irving, Texas. NTBAA members may attend for $35 and the fee is $50 for non-members. Seating is limited and fees will increase after May 25th so early registration is encouraged. To register go to www.ntbaaonline.com and follow instructions under the Events section or call Marj (DeLong) Rose, President of NTBAA at 214-862-8992.
About the Association
The NTBAA is an association that brings together the growing North Texas Business Aviation Community. It provides a forum to network, educate, mentor, share best practices, and represent the interests of the business aviation industry. This group is made up of local flight operations, manufacturers and associated business aviation vendors, suppliers, and service providers, and it creates a platform to interact with policy makers and officials whose decisions affect this industry. It also brings those in the North Texas area together for a free exchange of ideas and concerns and foster both professional and educational opportunities.