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Old 6th Feb 2019, 00:36
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BA Director of Training

Hello,

I was wondering who BA's current Director of Training is? I'm having difficulty finding the info. online.

Thanks.
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Old 6th Feb 2019, 02:09
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depends on what role you actually mean by director of training
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Old 6th Feb 2019, 07:53
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Originally Posted by aviationluver View Post
Hello,

I was wondering who BA's current Director of Training is? I'm having difficulty finding the info. online.

Thanks.
That’s because, as bylgw has pointed out, there is no such job title at BA.
What is the context of your search?


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Old 6th Feb 2019, 09:20
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Thatís because, as bylgw has pointed out, there is no such job title at BA.
What is the context of your search?

I'm so confused with the current organisation. There seems to be several people with the title of chief pilot these days. Got an email from a S. Cheadle the other day saying he was chief pilot of fleets...never even heard that name before.
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I'm so confused with the current organisation.
The wiring diagrams are in the OM A but it’s certainly a fast game...blink and you can miss an appointment holder...”Fleets” seems to be a catch all for the admin side of things...

There seems to be several people with the title of chief pilot these days. Got an email from a S. Cheadle the other day saying he was chief pilot of fleets...never even heard that name before.
He certainly has a role in Flight Ops management....If you haven’t heard of him I guess you don’t “Commute” and/or haven’t been following the angst on another place about people being contacted at home to explain why they potentially didn’t get 8 hours horizontal rest at base prior to a early AM short haul report...
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Old 6th Feb 2019, 10:41
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Thanks Wiggy. I had a quick look in OMA and saw the box. Text still out of date though. They still have chief pilot Boeing/ Airbus. I thought those were obsolete?

I can suggest a task for one of our CPs.

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