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Resources: Workforce Development

NBAA has numerous resources and programs to help industry professionals meet current and future workforce challenges.

Certified Aviation Manager Program

NBAA’s Certified Aviation Manager (CAM) Program identifies qualified professionals to lead flight departments and companies that use business aircraft. The CAM credential acknowledges professionals committed to continuous development and higher standards of practice.

Business Aircraft Scheduler Certificate Program

In collaboration with Part 91 scheduler experts, NBAA developed an assessment-based certificate program that includes comprehensive, introductory- to mid-level training on the duties of a business aircraft scheduler.

Safety Manager Certificate Program

NBAA’s assessment-based certificate program provides participants introductory-level training on safety in business aviation operations.

Young Professionals in Bizav

NBAA’s Young Professionals in Business Aviation (YoPro) group is dedicated to building relationships among emerging industry leaders through various networking opportunities.

Internship and Career Guide

This NBAA Business Aviation Management Committee resource provides guidance on how companies, collegiate aviation programs, regional business aviation groups and government entities can work together to build industry career programs.

18% projected growth of the global business aviation fleet by 2032.

New Resources

Reducing Runway Excursions in Business Aviation

This updated guide examines many of the psychological and physical factors that cause excursions on takeoffs and landings. It also provides solutions on how to address these issues through training programs and safety management systems.

Safety Data Collection Analysis and Sharing

Safety data collection, analysis and sharing enables operators to proactively measure safety – as well as reduce costs and liability – as part of an internal safety management system. This new resource can help enhance safe operations.

By the Numbers: Women in the Business Aviation Workforce

Attracting women to the business aviation workforce could help meet the industry’s projected need to hire and train thousands of new pilots and aviation maintenance technicians (AMTs) by 2032.

18,000 = new pilots needed in North America by 2023; 48,000 = new AMTs needed in North America by 2023; 8,200 = women registered ATP pilots; 10,000 = women FAA registered AMTs and repair personnel

July/August 2024

Resources: Technology

NBAA offers several valuable resources to help members stay abreast of new technological developments and safely apply them to their businesses.
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May/June 2024

Resources: Safety

Get access to the latest NBAA information and support aimed at improving business aviation safety, including data collection and sharing, single-pilot operations and the association’s Safety Manager Certificate Program.
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March/April 2024

Resources: International Operations

For those who fly globally for business, NBAA offers resources and news, including updates on ever-changing requirements and more. Get information about customs checklists, inspection procedures in Europe, oceanic flights and security risk assessments.
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Nov/Dec 2023

Resources: 2023 NBAA-BACE

NBAA’s annual convention offers attendees an opportunity to immerse themselves in all things business aviation.
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