NAMA Trained 100 Air Traffic Engineers In 2015—NAAE President
The Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA) trained close to 100 Air Traffic Engineers (ATEs) in various professional areas in 2015.
The National President of the National Association of Air Traffic Engineers (NAAE) Engr. Ebenezer Makanjuola, who disclosed this at the NAAE day in Lagos, also revealed that about 70 members of NAAE have also benefited from various trainings.
Makanjuola expressed delight that Licence and Rating for Electro Mechanical Services Department of NAMA has been restored while the process of clearing backlog was on going.
The NAAE president explained that the process for the harmonisation of allowances for Nigerian College of Aviation Technology (NCAT), Zaria chapter of NAAE was on going as they were dialoguing with the management of the college.
While urging members of NAAE to uphold professional etiquettes, respect hierarchies and responsible for everything they do, Makanjuola warned against compromising their standards.
He urged members to carry out their jobs with dedication and selfless services as the lives of air travelers depended on their professional inputs.
He announced that Nigeria will be hosting the 46th edition of the global even IFATSEA 2016, adding that a committee will soon be set up to commence work.
Makanjuola commended NAMA, the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) and NCAT for their support, which according to him made it possible for the association meet its financial obligation.