- What is Business Aviation?
- Flight Department Administration
- Aircraft Operations
- Professional Development
- News & Publications
- Products & Services
Topics to be discussed at the 2014 Conference
- Quality educational programming. Each year the conference agenda is developed directly from feedback received from past attendees and hot-button topics in the industry, with special focuses on safety, security, critical incident and crew resource management (CRM).
- Outstanding networking and shared best practices with your peers. The caliber of attendees at this conference is truly incredible, offering an invaluable opportunity to collaborate with your colleagues.
- Highly targeted content. Every aspect of this conference is geared just for you – from the education sessions featured, to the networking capabilities and even the types of vendors on display. This is a unique event developed specifically for your needs.
- Opportunity to meet with industry leaders. Leaders will be meeting right here at this conference to share best practices, and in many cases, implement them. And you get to participate in that dialogue and learn directly from some of the best.
- Critical face time with new and existing vendors. You can conduct business for your flight department right here at the conference, and build relationships with your vendors through these in-person meetings. It's a great way to see new products all in one place without having to travel.
NBAA Standards of Excellence in Business Aviation (SEBA) Program
NBAA's Standards of Excellence in Business Aviation (SEBA) Program is designed to help Attendees decide which sessions are the best options to attend. NBAA's SEBA program was created to encourage continuing education practices within the business aviation community.
The program was developed by NBAA and is coordinated through the Professional Development Strategic Focus Team in collaboration with the Corporate Aviation Management Committee, Flight Attendants Committee, Maintenance Committee and the Schedulers and Dispatchers Committee.
SEBA has four levels for the business aviation flight attendant:
- SEBA 1 is for entry level flight attendants who have completed training that meets the basics from FAR part 135 plus, CRM, food handling and in-flight medical training;
- SEBA 2 builds upon SEBA 1 with aircraft specific training, ground safety, deicing and business protocol training;
- SEBA 3 is for the lead flight attendant and includes advanced culinary, high altitude, fatigue countermeasures and security training; and
- SEBA 4 is for the manager flight attendant with management training and industry experience.
For more details on the NBAA SEBA program, please visit the NBAA website at www.nbaa.org/seba.
NBAA Certified Aviation Manager (CAM) Credit
Candidates for the NBAA Certified Aviation Manager (CAM) credential earn one point toward their CAM application or CAM renewal by attending this NBAA Annual Flight Attendants/Flight Technicians Conference. Learn more at www.nbaa.org/cam.
The dress for all Conference events is business casual (slacks, skirts, blouses, sweaters and blazers for women, and slacks, polo shirts, button-down shirts, blazers or sweaters for men). NBAA also recommends wearing comfortable shoes for walking. Meeting rooms have a tendency to be cool, so bring a sweater or jacket.
For More Information
For more information, contact NBAA’s Jay Evans at (202) 783-9353 or email@example.com.
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