Buchs, February 2011
AeroEx GmbH already successfully offers seminars and audits to the aviation industry. The new division „eTraining by AeroEx“ significantly enhances the existing diverse offerings for airlines, maintenance companies and authorities. Europe’s primary training provider, AeroEx, is responding to the demands of the industry to receive training independent of place and time and at a highly efficient price-performance ratio. „eTraining by AeroEx“ offers its customers the opportunity to receive training 24/7, and 365 days a year.
Joel Hencks, managing director of AeroEx GmbH explains: “This unique offer allows our participants to receive training at any time and from anywhere in the world and to undertake the seminars without travel expense or time away from the company. Our newly developed Web site www.aeroex.eu has offered the first seminar „Safety Management System (SMS) - Basic Introduction“ since February 1st, 2011. This is the first of a whole set of basic and introductory seminars.”
AeroEx GmbH has extensive industry experience and profound knowledge of methods and skills relating to safety management systems. The online seminar is based on the latest information and requirements, reflecting the latest findings of the industry. AeroEx has been selected by EBAA and BBGA to deliver the International Business Aviation Council (IBAC) SMS Toolkit workshops in Europe. Helmut Gottschalk, also Managing Director of AeroEx GmbH adds: “The seminars are in English and include an official training certificate upon successful completion of the test questions. The participant saves time because the individually controlled learning overhead is 50% of the time taken for traditionally conducted seminars.”
“Seminars in our industry are governed by very complex constraints and not every one of our 46 seminars is suitable for an online seminar. Our goal is to first make our base and foundation courses available over the Internet in addition to the traditional format. On very specific subjects or seminars, benefiting from the exchange of personal experiences by the participants, the online seminar currently has limitations.” says Torsten Kriening, Managing Director of the consulting firm Kriening International and management partner of the new business unit of AeroEx GmbH.
The first seminar of the „eTraining by AeroEx“ series has been available at www.aeroex.eu since February 1st, 2011 and can be ordered at a reduced price until February 28th, 2011. AeroEx offers its customers an introductory price of 261 CHF instead of the regular 290 CHF. The online seminar is available worldwide and requires only a Web-enabled PC and Internet access with download bandwidth equivalent to DSL 1000. As a result smooth participation with wireless Internet access via UMTS or HSDPA is also ensured.
AeroEx GmbH is a Swiss company headquartered in Buchs, providing a wide range of services for commercial and non-commercial aviation organizations., With decades of experience in many areas of the aviation industry AeroEx is the ultimate guide leading each airline, training organization, service company or flight department to excellence. Our experts are deployed around the world and develop individual and innovative solutions. We support our customers in the implementation and application of international aviation legislation and regulation. As acknowledged experts, we combine our strengths in different areas of the aerospace and aviation industry. AeroEx GmbH collaborates with the Center for Aviation Competence at the University St. Gallen, one of the leading European universities, to combine practical experience with current results from research and development. The result is a combination of behaviors, skills, products and services that offers our custom ers the best solutions for current and future needs. Tailor-made and individual solutions are developed from this to improve the interfaces and workflows and identify training needs and vulnerabilities for our customers. You will find more background informations and pictures here: www.aeroex.eu.