The NCCA has accredited the CAM program for a five-year period through Oct. 31, 2018. To ensure a professional credential remains relevant and current, its accreditation must be renewed every five years, and the program must submit an annual report, including all of its testing data.
“Not just professionals, but also the people who employ them, can be confident they’ve been tested in a thorough way, and therefore, have the required expertise to do the job,” said Anjali Weber, director of accreditation services for the Institute of Credentialing Excellence (ICE), of which NCCA is the accrediting division.
Founded in 1947 and based in Washington, DC, the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) is the leading organization for companies that rely on general aviation aircraft to help make their...
The CAM designation provides industry recognition of achievement and knowledge in the following areas of business aviation: business management, human resources, leadership, operations, and...
The recipients are Shaun Gerber and Andrew Brigman; the scholarship provides financial support for qualified CAM exam candidates.
Raising the level of professionalism