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3rd Quarter Report

Oct 22, 2012

 

Looking Back

 

This 3rd quarter has been a great period in Brainseed's continual growth. With our commitment to providing the best aviation training in the industry, we've developed and conducted a number of on-site courses and conferences that have been received extremely well.

 

In Dallas we conducted three on-site training courses for Dallas Love Field Airport and have been asked to plan two additional courses. We also held a hybrid regional and on-site meeting at Richmond International Airport. Many of the attendees in Richmond were at the beginnings of their Airport Operations careers and the Basic AirOps Practicum proved very useful. In New York, we developed and conducted an Advanced Airport Operations Practicum for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. Additionally, we ran an Airport Law Enforcement Officer Symposium in Reno, NV. Our law enforcement workshops have always gotten fantastic reviews and this Symposium, attended by law enforcement departments from across the United States, was no exception.

 

Brainseed Global's Daily Aviation Quiz, enjoyed by aviation professionals from across North America and beyond, came to a close. The top three quiz-takers received great prizes, including an Apple iPad, an Amazon Kindle, and an American Express Gift Card. We look forward to the next round of the Daily Aviation Quiz in the near future.

 

 

Moving Forward 

 

We recently began publishing industry articles and news on Brainseed Global's homepage. As part of our partnership with Spranza, Inc. we will also be conducting three international conferences in 2013 in Barbados and Bulgaria. Stay tuned in the coming months for more details of these meetings.

 

As part of our commitment to continual improvement, we've held a number of conversations with the Brainseed Training Advisory Committee (BTAC). With their help we have continued to enhance our training offerings and we look forward to maintaining a steady pace of improvement.

 

Lastly, we have listened to the industry need for features to help airports stay within tightening budgets. We're excited to announce that we have begun designing and developing a suite of affordable and professionally designed computer-based interactive training courses that will be AIP and PFC eligible. This new program will help both small and large airports meet training requirements and help spread aviation training to more airport employees. Furthermore, before the program is complete we will be sending out an industry-wide survey to help ascertain industry needs and seeking your advice. Brainseed Global's Interactive Training will begin rolling out in early 2013, so make sure to check back! 

 

Everyone at Brainseed Global is committed to changing aviation training for the better, and I think you will agree that we are making progress and are well on our way.

 

 

Thank you for your support as Brainseed continues to grow,

 

Will James, ACA 

President

Brainseed Global Aviation Services

 

 

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