Redline is extremely pleased to announce that is has just attained the gold standard accreditation through the Training Accreditation Programme (TAP) partnership program. This accreditation is testament to Redline’s continuous commitment to quality and is underpinned by our company vision and core values. Any company engaging the services of Redline can now be guaranteed of receiving the very highest quality training or products.
TAP promotes consistent L&D standards, adoption of an effective learning transfer system and skills development of all involved in the learning process. In short, TAP empowers the professionalising of training.
Redline opens new London office
Redline have gone from strength to strength, taking on some extremely high profile contracts and several new members of staff. We have also very recently opened the first regional office sited close to Heathrow Airport on the Bath Road. This office incorporates a training facility which will enable Redline to deliver its signature trademark of exceptionally high quality training closer to the point of delivery.
By establishing a permanent presence right in the heart of the UK’s commercial aviation industry, Redline are set to continue with its plans for growth and development.
Redline brings e-learning in-house
For some years now the aviation security training sector has been developing and implementing e-learning initiatives with varying degrees of success and some spectacular failures. All of these initiatives have been either technical houses launching what they thought industry required or aviation security training specialists teaming with technical teams. The inherent problem with these types of joint venture is the conflict of interest between when training must be instructor led and when a syllabus a suitable for delivery by CBT, be that classroom or web hosted.
Redline has become the first specialist aviation security training organisation to embrace e-learning through the acquisition of a highly skilled technical team. In one move we have removed any conflicts of interest that can naturally arise between companies and placed e-learning as a priority where it is appropriate and correct to do so. The Redline technical team have the resources required to dedicate innovative thinking and technology to make CBT engaging, interactive and relevant to an individual clients own operation. In a short space of time the team have received interest globally. The Redline e-learning team is headed by an industry leading expert with more than 20 years’ experience in the e-learning environment and amongst his many accolades are programmes used by the Royal Air Force and Westland Helicopters for teaching combat pilots technical aspects of their aircraft.
The team have a very clear brief, to create engaging, innovative and interactive courseware for delivery via CBT in both the classroom and via the internet where appropriate. They will also continually develop and improve existing courseware, having the subject matter expertise of the whole Redline team on tap is a resource that no other provider can rely on.
The e-learning department is a very welcome addition to the Redline team.
Redline Endorsed by the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO)
A specialised agency of the United Nations, the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) was created in 1944 to promote the safe and orderly development of international civil aviation throughout the world. It sets standards and regulations necessary for aviation safety, security, efficiency and regularity, as well as for aviation environmental protection. The Organisation serves as the forum for cooperation in all fields of civil aviation among its 191 Member States. The ICAO coordinates a global network of Aviation Security Training Centres, known as ASTC’s. Just before Christmas 2011, following a lengthy and in-depth application procedure, Redline was notified that the Secretary General of ICAO, Mr Raymond Benjamin, had approved the application to endorse them as the 23rd ASTC.
Redlines headquarters, the NSTC, will be officially inaugurated by ICAO on 01st May 2012 where the ICAO flag will be handed over during a brief ceremony. For all ICAO purposes the NSTC will become known as ‘ASTC Doncaster’. In practical terms this means that all ICAO security courses will be available in the UK for the first time. Please check back after 01st May for more information regarding the delivery of these courses when a dedicated web page will be available.
The Redline team is enormously proud of this milestone and will proudly fly the ICAO flag alongside its own at the NSTC.
Redline Aviation Security is a corporate sponsor to the AOA
Redline Aviation Security is delighted to announce that from January 1st 2012 we became a corporate sponsor to the Airport Operators Association (AoA).
Redline is the only company in the aviation security sector to sponsor the AoA to this level and brings us in line with other notable companies such as Thales and Selex. We are looking forward to a full programme of support to the AoA in all that it does for the aviation industry in the UK.
Redline Aviation Security Ltd is pleased to announce that it has become an authorised training partner of Smiths Detection
For Smiths Detection customers this means access to the Countries leading provider of aviation security training is assured. The National Security Training Centre (NSTC) is fully equipped with a full range of equipment from Smiths that starts with conventional x-ray and Hand Held Metal Detectors going through the full range of ACBX and ETD to security body scanners.
Moving into 2012 and beyond Redline and Smiths Detection are looking forward to providing their customers a service that is second to none in both quality and range of service.
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