ADP Ingénierie shares its airport experience with ERNAM students in Dakar

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At the request of ASECNA, Philippe Delaplace, special advisor of ADP Ingénierie, particularly in charge of knowledge management, gave a series of courses in Dakar from May 6th to 10th covering the entire spectrum of technical and commercial airport management.

18 trainees from 4 countries and various technical profiles attended these sessions in Dakar and were greatly satisfied by the event.

ASECNA is a public institution set up by an association of 18 countries in West Africa, Madagascar and the Comoros, to provide air traffic control over their territories as well as the management of certain airports.

In order to develop the skills of its teams, ASECNA has created a school of continuous training, the Regional School of Air Navigation and Management. It is during exchanges on possible cooperation projects with ASECNA, for which ADP Ingénierie has already realized the studies of the control tower of Bangui in the Central African Republic, that Frédéric Thénevin was able to present our expertise and propose a program for a one-week training course covering the entire spectrum of technical and commercial management of airport.

This session happened last week and ended on a shared feeling of great satisfaction.
"We are convinced that ERNAM and ADP Ingénierie will consolidate their partnership, in order to reinforce the concrete value of the Civil Air Base program," confirmed Ms. Lare, Director of ERNAM.

This week confirmed the relevance of the development strategy of the training offer for its customers, envisioned by the business units of ADP Ingénierie.

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