A delegation from IFATSEA (International Federation of Air Traffic Safety Electronics Association) visited the training academy of Entry Point North in Malmö, Sweden, for the purpose of verifying our ATSEP training.
Entry Point North is the first training organisation to have it’s ICAO ATSEP Basic Training modules audited through the new IFATSEA Basic Objectives Verification Program.
Both the onsite classroom training for ATSEP as well as the Online self-paced training of Entry Point North were audited, and we are very pleased to announce that all our ICAO ATSEP Training products have been verified with excellent results.
With this outstanding result, Entry Point North sets a benchmark for quality and safety in the industry and demonstrates a commitment to excellence in ATSEP training.
The IFATSEA Basic Objectives Training Verification Program for Air Traffic Safety Electronics Personnel (ATSEP) is a program aimed at verifying the Basic Training for ATSEP, who play a critical role in ensuring the safe and efficient operation of air traffic control systems. The program aims to ensure that ATSEPs have received the necessary Basic training objectives to perform their duties and gain awareness to carry out their tasks.
In the picture: Sebastian Wagner (EPN), Patrick Delaney (IFATSEA), Robert Scott Burke (IFATSEA), Michel Gaulin (IFATSEA), Gerald Trenwith (EPN), Klara Gorham (EPN), Gerorgina Szekeres (EPN), Susanne Lorenzen (EPN) and Sokol Korra (EPN).