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The ACA resumes qualified broker training
The ACA saw a 94 per cent pass rate for its restarted Level 1 in-person air charter broker foundation qualification training after a two year COVID break. Hopes are high for the Level 2 interactive session next year.
Chief executive Glenn Hogben is thrilled to be resuming training.

The Air Charter Association (The ACA) has restarted its in-person air charter broker qualification training, with 34 delegates taking part in the opening Level 1 Foundation Knowledge session in London at the beginning of November.

Chief executive Glenn Hogben says: “After a two year break, resuming our broker training and seeing so many enthusiastic aviation professionals attending the course has been truly rewarding. Congratulations to all who successfully completed the programme; we are delighted to have seen an outstanding pass rate of 94 per cent, of which 29 per cent passed with distinction.”

Co-presenter and deputy chair Julie Black adds: “Seeing delegates attend from across the business aviation industry, including brokers, FBOs, ground handlers and insurers, reflects the benefit this training provides to all those involved in the charter process. We look forward to welcoming back our cohort for the Level 2 interactive session in early 2022.”

The ACA's broker training is open to aviation professionals and provides expert knowledge across three levels. The course begins with Foundation Knowledge at Level 1, progressing through Understanding Operational Aspects and Flight Management at Level 2 to Advanced Broker Skills at Level 3.

The ACA will also be launching an online version of the training over the next few months and will soon be in a position to confirm the Level 2 and 3 in-person training dates for February and July 2022 respectively.

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