Brazilian Aviation Leaders Invited to Apply for Free Management Training

Embry-Riddle Central & South America invites talented Brazilian aviation leaders to apply for a highly competitive Aviation Management Program, which will be offered free of charge to 30 aviation professionals.

If selected, aviation executives and professionals will take part in a 15-month professional education program encompassing all facets of aviation management, said Fabio Campos, executive director of Embry-Riddle Central & South America.

The program helps build workforce capacity for Brazil’s growing aviation industry. It is offered by Brazil’s Institute of Transportation Logistics (ITL), the Social and Educational Services of Transportation (SEST SENAT) and the National Transportation Confederation (CNT), in partnership with the Brazilian Airlines Association (ABEAR).

Now entering its third year, a first cohort of students took part in a graduation ceremony on Embry-Riddle’s Daytona Beach, Fla., campus in fall 2017. The second class is set to graduate in October 2018.

Online applications are now being accepted, through July 27, via the website:


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