Thirty attendees from the UK and Europe took part last week in the Air Charter Association’s (ACA) first Level 3 Broker Qualification training course, which is the final level of qualification that focuses on advanced broker skills. ACA reported an overall pass rate of 93 percent, with 29 percent of delegates achieving the status of distinction.
“The skills and knowledge demonstrated by our trainees is tantamount to the success of the course,” said Julie Black, ACA deputy chair and co-presenter of the training course.
According to ACA, the program is open to aviation professionals and provides expert knowledge across three levels. Level 1 training provides foundational knowledge, while Level 2 focuses on understanding operational aspects and flight management. In addition to advanced broker skills, Level 3 provides guidance for more complex charter requirements, commercial considerations, contracting, managing challenges, and developing client relationships. Successful completion of all three levels is required to become a Qualified Air Charter Broker.
“It was a pleasure to welcome our aviation professionals back to complete the final level of our Broker Qualification course, especially those who flew in from Europe to join us,” said ACA CEO Glenn Hogben. “All of the delegates are instrumental in continuing to keep standards high in our industry.”