The aim of this study was to identify the key gaps and deficiencies in the training schemes and programmes for air transport available in a number of selected sample countries. It was noted that the apprenticeship scheme was the least provided scheme overall. It was also discovered that workers in the air transport sector at higher management levels usually have more collegiate level courses available to train them. There is a potential for further research in this subject, especially an evaluation of the quality of content of the courses and programmes provided is suggested.
|Journal||Journal of Educational Research and Review|
|Publication status||Published - 30 Jun 2019|
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- Air transport, skills development, strategic, tactical, operational, management, apprenticeship, collegiate, non-collegiate, university, training schemes, programmes.
Olushina, T., Marinov, M., & Robinson, M. (2019). Data analysis of current and emerging skills development and training schemes in the air transport sector. Journal of Educational Research and Review, 7(6), 121-136. https://doi.org/10.33495/jerr_v7i6.19.111