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FlyRight Team Assessment Training for Enterprises - EURAMEC

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Dana Ermolenko
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EURAMEC announced new Training & Aviation Services division to provide financial services and a training portfolio to further expand its footprint in the aerospace industry. To kick off the new Training & Aviation Services EURAMEC debuts with FlyRight, a hands-on workshop for company staff to determine their strengths, weaknesses and the potential managerial gaps in a business organization.
 
Nancy Vermeulen, CEO Space Training Academy, will lead the FlyRight Program: “FlyRight is a unique concept for companies that are fast shifting gear in these troubling times – employees need to be flexible and multi-functional, ready to take on new responsibilities. We deliver this necessary expertise in a controlled environment.”
 
FlyRight is an extension of an existing EURAMEC program developed for aviation professionals to determine and improve the skillset of cockpit and cabin crew.
 
Bert Buyle, CEO EURAMEC: “Successful employees meet deadlines, make sales and build the brand via positive customer interactions. When employees do not perform effectively, consumers feel that the company is apathetic to their needs, and will seek help elsewhere. Employees who perform effectively get things done properly the first time.”

 
“I am proud to have Nancy on board for FlyRight to allow companies to gain this new experience in terms of teamwork and leadership development. We welcome company groups from all industries to learn what it is to be in the cockpit seat and lead the aircraft safely to its destination, as you do a company.”
 
250 EUR per session
 
The workshops will be held at EURAMEC head office in Hamme, Belgium and consist of modular team assessment programs built around operational cockpit simulators. Teams will be introduced to operate in a cockpit and aircraft cabin simulator and gain trust of each other’s skills with a series of controlled safety exercises.
 
Improved communication between the team members and assessing new challenges in flight will teach the group to quickly grasp and interpret information to set priorities for the benefit of the team and ultimately of the company.
 
“To put people together in a new and controlled yet challenging environment focuses the mind,” Nancy Vermeulen said. “FlyRight is about determining who is right for the team to help the company grow successfully.”
 
FlyRight sessions start at 250 EUR per person on Sept 1, 2020 in Hamme. EURAMEC will bring FlyRight as a licensed package offering to the European market in 2021. More on EURAMEC Training & Aviation Services will be announced shortly.
 



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