The theme for this year is Optimising Aviation Capacity Strategies for Safe Skies, Sustainable Future and will be hosted by the Instituto Dominicano de Aviación Civil (IDAC). Taking place in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic, the Symposium will be composed of interactive panels including discussions on pivotal implementation support activities and exploring the significance of continuous learning and emerging technologies in driving effective capacity projects.
The aim of the event is to highlight organisation’s latest digital tools, key initiatives, and collaborative endeavours to support aviation resilience, fostering innovation, promoting sustainable development, and providing operational solutions.
CAAi is exhibiting throughout the event, allowing visitors to meet the team, discuss your State’s regulatory challenges and regulatory eTools (eExams and eLicensing) alongside training requirements and opportunities to optimise your aviation system.
Silke Buckley, Head of Training – International Operations and Richard Dobson, Head of International Technical Resources at CAAi will be attending the symposium.
If you would like to pre-arrange a meeting with a member of our team, please email email@example.com.
We look forward to seeing you at ICAO’s Global Implementation Support Symposium this year in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic.
Image Source: ICAO GISS event website / LinkedIn.
Head of Training – International Operations
Silke joined CAAi in 2013 and became Head of Training in 2023, responsible for the strategic development and delivery of the CAAi Training Portfolio. Silke has extensive experience in the development of Learning Management Systems and Learning technology and has over 20 years of experience in the active application of adult learning principles, learning design techniques and innovative Learning solutions. Silke has a Masters and BA Degree in Business Studies from the University of Brighton.
Head of International Operations Technical Resources
Richard Joined CAAi in 2010 and became Head of Technical Resource in 2021, responsible for the management and delivery of the technical services across regulatory domains. Richard is an aviation professional with more than 25 years working for the UK CAA and CAAi. Richard has extensive experience in working with major UK and European aerospace companies. Having very strong account manager skills in business development, bid preparation and contracts, he developed a solid know-how in project management, delivering to agreed targets and budgets. Also experienced in coordinating commercial and purchasing teams. From 2006 he was the Senior Project Manager responsible for the outsourced EASA framework contracts that include the provision of certification services and consultancy services in support of international technical cooperation activities.