Mrs. Francisca Akpasubi of NCAA presenting the certificate to the CEO/Director of Studies, College of Aviation & Travel Management, Dr. Oludayo Taiwo Gideon

Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), the regulatory body for aviation in Nigeria has given license to Aeroport College of Aviation & Travel Management as an approved aviation training organisation.

The NCAA license was formally presented by Mrs. Francisca Akpasubi on behalf of the Director General, NCAA, Capt. Musa Nuhu and General Manager- Licensing, NCAA, Mr. H.B Hyelni at NCAA office, Ikeja, Lagos.

Aeroport College of Aviation & Travel Management (ACATM), a redefined aviation School for the 21st century travel personnel provides personal coaching services to ensure their students have the required skills and knowledge it takes to succeed at the higher levels in various sectors of the aviation industry.

In her speech, Mrs. Akpasubi admonished the management of Aeroport College to maintain the high level of the educational standard to justify the approval of the NCAA as the responsibilities of ensuring regulating, monitoring and promotion of the safety, security, economic and reliability in the aviation industry.

L-R: Business Manager, Aeroport College of Avaition,Mrs. Kehinde Ibiyemi Omolara; Member, Licencing Team, NCAA, Mrs. Taupyen Chalya; Dr. Oludayo Taiwo Gideon, CEO/Director of Studies, Aeroport College of Aviation and Mrs Akpasubi Fransica from NCAA

In his response, the CEO/Director of Studies, Aeroport College of Aviation, Dr. Oludayo Taiwo Gideon thanked NCAA for the certification of the college as approved aviation training organisation.

“Aeroport certification was possible because We focus on student-centered learning delivered through dedicated career oriented staffs, who offer detailed, professional training in all phases of desired aviation education”, Oludayo said.

“At ACATM, we have done our homework to streamline our programs so they are tightly focused, selective and targeted. We open a whole new world of discovery, innovation and opportunity for our graduates as they are prepared with the knowledge and practical skills that lead to a successful career as travel professionals”, Oludayo concluded.

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