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1. Private Pilot License Training (PPL(A))
2. Airline Transport Pilot License  Theory (ATPL(A))
3. Multi – Engine Instrument Rating (ME/IR (A))
4. Flight Instructor Training FI (A), IRI(A) & CRI (A)
5. Night Qualification (VFRN)
6. Multi – Engine Rating (ME)
7. Air Traffic Controllers Course
8. English air communication training (Airspeak)
9. ICAO language proficiency TEST
10. Multi – Crew Cooperation Curse (MCC(A))
11. Multi – Crew Cooperation Instructor Curse (MCCI(A))
12. FNPT II MCC type Simulator Instructor Course
13. Traffic Coordinator Course
14. Cessna 152, Cessna 172 Type Rating Training for technical staff
15. Airfield maintenance training
16. For practical training:  Cessna 152; Cessna 172 SP;  Piper Seneca V;  FNPT II MCC type
FP7 Project BEWARE is under way
Statistics show that up to 95% of project Coordinators under Framework Programmes have come from the Western European countries. Although the potential of aeronautical organisations from Eastern Europe is much bigger, the majority of them are not yet in a position to move from a regionally organised supply chain to a Europe-wide value creation chain, either because they lack of funds or because they are not aware about the needs and requirements. This is the reason, why BEAWARE was launched.
MGT structureThe BEAWARE project has set an objective to support potential coordinators and potential partners from Eastern European countries while identifying future R&D project opportunities in the field of Aeronautics and Air Transport within the frame of Horizon 2020. The largest network of aerospace clusters in Europe – the European Aerospace Cluster Partnership (EACP) will now push innovation through building cooperation ties between aerospace cluster managers in East and West.
The BEAWARE consortium lead by innovation bureau Invent Baltics, connects leading aerospace clusters (Aerospace Valley, Farnborough Aerospace Consortium, Hamburg Aviation, Helice, Moravian Aerospace Cluster and Pôle Pégase), regional associations and agencies (Association of Polish Aviation Industry, Agency for the Promotion of European Research) and aerospace strongholds (National Institute for Aerospace Research, Vilnius Gediminas Technical University and Zilinska University).
In order to facilitate the entry into supply chains for Eastern European aerospace actors, well-focused workshops in various technology areas together with factory tours to major aerospace hotspots in France, Italy, and Germany (Marseille – Toulouse – Torino – Apulia – Hamburg – Berlin) will be organized. Through hands-on support by mentors and experts, potential new market entries and new/innovative product suppliers will be identified.
To enter new players and to introduce new technologies in the supply chain takes usually at least 2 years. As a result, innovation chains based on Key Enabling Technologies will be structured. Beyond this, Eastern European aerospace clusters are encouraged to join EACP in future.
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