The ACP enters a charitable partnership with the Halldale Group

The Schools’ Aerospace Careers Programme is delighted to announce a charitable partnership with the Halldale Group, a market leader in the B2B events and media space, and a training and simulation partner to global safety training industries. This collaboration aims to inspire and support young individuals in exploring career opportunities within the aerospace, space, and aviation industries.

The Halldale Group’s focus is on providing information on best practices in training and simulation technologies and methodologies to all safety critical enterprises – globally. It does so via live and virtual events, print, digital and electronic media, plus a world-wide editorial team and thought leadership. Their events in the Americas, Europe and Asia act as the primary setting for industry communities to come together, while the news and media act as a constant foundation of knowledge and support on associated topics.

“We are thrilled to partner with The Schools Aerospace Careers Programme,” said Andy Smith, Founder and CEO at Halldale Group, organisers of European Airline Training Symposium (EATS) 2024. “This partnership underscores our commitment to fostering the next generation of aviation professionals and promoting diversity and inclusion within the industry.”

EATS is Europe’s premier aviation training event that attracts 1,000 attendees from over 50 countries. With over 48 hours of intense networking and information exchange with key representatives from the region’s airline training community, EATS is designed by and for aviation professionals. EATS was first held in Stockholm in 2002, and in subsequent years has visited Frankfurt, Vienna, Amsterdam, Berlin, Prague, Madrid, Warsaw and Istanbul.

EATS 2024, which is scheduled to return to the Estoril Congress Centre from 5-7th November 2024, will provide a platform for industry professionals, educators, and students to exchange ideas, share best practices, and explore the latest advancements in aviation training. The partnership with the ACP adds a valuable dimension to the event, highlighting the importance of education and mentorship in shaping the future of aviation.

“Through our partnership with the Halldale Group we aim to reach a wider audience and inspire more young people to explore the exciting opportunities available in aerospace, space and aviation,” said Dr. Michael Smith, Chair of The Schools’ Aerospace Careers Programme. “Together, we can contribute to the empowerment of the next generation of aviators and help ensure a bright future for the industry.”

For more information about the Halldale Group please visit: https://www.halldale.com/. And for EATS 24: https://eats-event.com/

For contact with the ACP please email: info@aerospacecareersprogramme.co.uk