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BACA Training Day, 10th November 2016

31st October 2016

The next BACA Training Day will take place on 10th November 2016 at the Baltic Exchange.

We thank Kroll  and Kroll Ontrack  very much for their sponsorship of the event.

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Due to popularity, numbers are limited to one complimentary place per member company*, and you may purchase a second place at a cost of £50.00.

An outline of the topics to be covered on the day are given below and a more detailed itinerary will follow in due course.

 

BROKER TRAINING

a.m. session

9:00am            Arrival and Coffee

9:30am            The Role of the Specialist Broker: Really Making the Difference

10:00am          Law for Brokers: Agency, jurisdictions and avoiding losses

10:30am          Coffee Break

10:50am          FBOs, Ground Handling and Airports:  All that happens on the ground

11:20am          Operating Aircraft:  Keeping aircraft in the air

11:50am          Traffic Rights, Eurocontrol and other Regulatory Fun

12:20pm         Wrap Up and Concluding remarks

12:30pm         Networking Lunch

 

CYBER FORUM

p.m. session

12:30pm         Arrival and Networking Lunch

1:30pm           Introduction: Reducing Risk in Air Charter Transactions

1:45pm           Open forum: Mapping the IT infrastructure of a charter flight

2:40pm           Feedback Session

3:00pm           Coffee Break

3:20pm           How to Manage Cyber Risk in Charter Transactions

4:00pm           Creating an IT Infrastructure that minimises Cyber Risk

4:40pm           What to do When Things Go Wrong

5:20pm           Wrap up and Close


Sponsorship of the event

As we believe this event will be extremely valuable to members and have arranged for external experts to attend, we are looking for a further Sponsor to contribute towards the cost of the catering for the event.

Please get in touch with us if you would like to support us.

* BACA reserves the right to impose a cancellation fee of £50 for anyone who registers but does not turn up, because these are places lost to other willing participants.