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EBAA and TAG Aviation Announce Cabin Crew Scholarship Winner

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Krista Kuznecova
Country: Switzerland Aircraft: Airplanes

The European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) and TAG Aviation were delighted to present a TAG Aviation Scholarship for cabin crew training to Ms Sylvia Zachariou during this year’s 3  annual EBAA Flight Attendance Conference which took place in Brussels last week.  

A long-standing member of the EBAA, TAG Aviation offered the Scholarship in celebration of its 10  anniversary of providing global pilot and cabin crew training and has been arranged within the framework of EBAA’s WE-CARE programme and in co-operation with the European Corporate Flight Attendants Committee (ECFAC) and is available to WE-CARE members. 

Debbie Elliott, Manager TAG Global Training said: "I am delighted that we have had this opportunity to work within the EBAA’s network of cabin crew and pilots for this scholarship programme. This award provides Sylvia with an opportunity to apply to work within Europe as the holder of an accepted training qualification."  

The Scholarship prize includes the fee for a training course for one person for a UK CAA-approved EASA Attestation. The EASA Cabin Crew Attestation Training comprises a 5 or 7 day course at TAG’s training centre at its UK-based Farnborough Airport location. 

About WE-CARE  

WE-CARE is a platform created by the EBAA in co-operation with the European Corporate Flight Attendant Committee (ECFAC). Their aim is to offer the EBAA Operator Members a place where to find pre-selected, professional, trained and experienced Corporate/VIP Cabin Attendants, whether it is on short notice for a specific flight, for a temporary replacement or for a scheduled long-term mission  

About TAG Global Training  

A leading provider of training within aviation, TAG Global Training was established in 2007 to facilitate the training of both pilots and cabin crew. Due to increasing demand and overwhelming success, the training facility now also delivers additional courses for many operators’ personnel. All TAG training courses are held at the internationally renowned training facility located at Farnborough Airport. The centre offers an unrivalled reputation for training excellence for both corporate and commercial jet personnel and boasts the very latest courses and teaching facilities, which enable courses to be completed at one easily-accessible central location.

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"We are proud to have been able to present Sylvia Zachariou with her training scholarship award in person at the 3rd European Cabin Service Conference hosted by the EBBA in Brussels.  Lesley Coleman, Senior Instructor for TAG Global Training had the honour of delivering Sylvia with the award with a few gifts that should come in handy for her flying career! Thanks again to the EBAA for promoting and supporting this TAG initiative. We look forward to next year" said, Debbie Elliott, Manager, TAG Global Training. 

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