NATA Unveils New Line Service Supervisor Course

Aviation International News » February 2013
February 5, 2013, 5:35 AM

The National Air Transportation Association (NATA) has released a new computer-based training program for line service managers. The NATA Safety 1st Line Service Supervision & Training Management Online program is aimed at providing FBO line service supervisors and managers with tools to become more proficient in lesson planning, staff supervision, communication and leadership skills.

NATA members asked for online supervisor training, and we are pleased to be able to respond quickly to this need by combining our extensive line service training expertise with our industry-recognized online training platform,” said NATA president and CEO Thomas Hendricks.

Additional modules cover many of the same topics as the Association’s professional line service training course, including fuel servicing, use of personal protective equipment, hazard communication and fire safety. Once the course is successfully completed, it will fulfill FAA 139.321 supervisory requirements. For those wishing to take the course in person, NATA will hold its line service supervisor training session next month in Las Vegas during its annual spring training seminar series.

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