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Aviation Skills Awards 2017 open for nominations

Posted 24 March 2017 · Add Comment

Nominations are now open for the 2017 awards which recognise and reward those who are doing exceptional work in aviation and training.



What are the awards?

awards are split into two different categories: The Aeroplane Skills Awards and The Rotorcraft Skills Awards. The Aeroplane Skills Awards are about aviation in general, whereas The Rotorcraft Skills Awards are specifically about the rotorcraft industry.

There are two separate awards ceremonies which are hosted at industry relevant events, each with a selection of individual awards which you can read about at www.aviationskillspartnership.com
 
As partner organisations, you might know someone eligible for an award, or your organisation itself may even be eligible. However people need to know about the awards to enter them, so you may wish to spread the word through email newsletters, face to face, social media. An ASP award will look great on a CV and the awards ceremonies are an opportunity to celebrate talent and effort.



Aeroplane Skills Awards

Nominations for The Aeroplane Skills Awards 2017 close on the 10th April.
 
Click here to enter / nominate someone for Aeroplane Skills Awards



Rotorcraft Skills Awards

Nominations for The Rotorcraft Skills Awards 2017 close on the 15th September.

Click here to enter / nominate someone for the Rotorcraft Skills Awards

 

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