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ADS sign MoU with ETSA to enhance UK capabilities

Posted 11 May 2017 · Add Comment

A new partnership to boost Training and Simulation (T&S) opportunities to industry has been launched after ADS' Training and Simulation Industry Group (TASIG) signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the European Training and Simulation Association (ETSA).



Above: BAE Systems Hawk T2 at RAF Valley.
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The collaboration will provide a cohesive approach to promoting global T&S opportunities and initiatives which are of interest to UK companies and will seek to build Member capabilities in the T&S domain, benefitting UK industry and government.

Paul Everitt, ADS Group CEO, said: “From exhibitions to business opportunities, companies involved in this important capability area will benefit from the combined knowledge and expertise offered by ETSA and the ADS TASIG. Looking ahead I look forward to a long and successful relationship between our organisations

“Members of both organisations will be able to access a diverse range of opportunities in the Training and Simulation domain, both here in the UK and our priority markets overseas”.

The agreement was signed by Graham McIntyre, Chairman of the European Training and Simulation Association (ETSA) and Willy Hockin, Defence Director at ADS Group.

Graham McIntyre said “Through this partnership with ADS TASIG, both organisations will benefit, ADS TASIG gains a European dimension and ETSA increases its coverage in being the voice of the Training and Simulation Community across Europe.”

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