Dynamic Advanced Training, a subsidiary of Khansaheb Investment, has received certification from the General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA), making it the only independent and approved Cabin Crew Training Organisation (CCTO) in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
The training will provide safety and emergency procedures for aircrew at different stages of their development.
A wide range of management and soft skills training courses will also be offered to further develop students’ career paths.
Co-founder and director of operations of Dynamic Advanced Training, Mark Kammer, said: “We are extremely excited to announce Dynamic Advanced Training as an approved training organisation.
“We have been working very hard behind the scenes for many months and we couldn’t be happier that we’ve reached the point where we can make this exciting announcement.
“This centre will be a huge benefit to the aviation community for many years to come. Be it wet or dry lease, commercial or business aviation, our flexible operations are designed to suit the needs of the customer.
“Dynamic is a testament to Dubai’s long-term vision to foster knowledge-based, sustainable, innovative business. Dynamic’s location at Dubai South is perfect to support the wider region’s aviation training needs.”
Real-world scenarios are replicated by using cutting edge technology embedded into some of the world’s most sophisticated full-motion cabin simulators.
By using reality-based training technology in training, students can be qualified within a short period of time, providing expertise and experience to start or further their career as a professional cabin crew.
Managing director of Khansaheb Investment, Amer Khansaheb, added: “The certification of the Dynamic Advanced Training centre in Dubai South is one step closer to establishing the UAE as a centre of excellence in technology and aviation in the region.
The centre is in line with the UAE Vision 2021 of creating a competitive knowledge economy. We look forward to serving the regional and global aviation community with this training facility.”