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NBAA’s CAM Program Reaches 300

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Tatjana Obrazcova
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Source: AIN

NBAA’s Certified Aviation Manager (CAM) program recently awarded certification to the 300th aviation professional. The milestone recipient, Latitude 33 Aviation captain Jason Herman, pursued the certification to supplement his experience as a pilot, flight instructor and dispatcher, NBAA said. “I've gained experience in several different areas within business aviation, and I thought the CAM credential would be a great way to expand my knowledge base across the various disciplines and refine my leadership skills,” Herman said.

The 300th CAM mark was achieved a dozen years after NBAA launched the CAM program in 2003. The program had certified 200 aviation professionals within the first decade and had reached 250 members by December last year.

The CAM program is designed to identify individuals to lead flight departments and other organizations that use business aircraft. Certified managers must demonstrate knowledge and experience in leadership, human resources operations, technical and facilities services and business management. Qualified applicants are eligible to take the computer-based CAM exam throughout the year. “Employers increasingly seek candidates who possess the CAM designation because it is the standard of commitment to excellence and continuing competence,” said CAM governing board chairman James Buchanan.

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