ECHA supports BTEC Training Course for Jet Fuel Handlers
In support of the new BTEC Advanced Diploma Training Course created by Flightline Support Ltd, ECHA presented to those in attendance last week on the topic of Microbiological Contamination in Jet Fuel.
ECHA was delighted to be able to share its experience and knowledge on the topic of Microbes in Jet Fuel with those in attendance at last week’s Training Course module.
The course itself is a bespoke Training Course tailored to those involved with Jet Fuel Handling; predominantly at Airport Locations.
Created by Flightline Support Ltd, headquartered in Witney, Oxfordshire (UK), the course provides excellent training for those new to Fuel Handling, as well as more experienced operators.
ECHA MD, Graham Hill, presented his topic on Day 4 of last week’s course, and we were delighted to see how well received his technical overview was by those in attendance.
We would like to thank both Flightline Support for hosting us at their excellent new Training Facility, and also those in attendance for their time and attention during our visit.
Here is a snapshot from our Presentation: