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During the two days, the occupational and qualifications analysis reports were discussed and approved by partners. Besides, the Master programme “IT applied in air transport” was further analysed by the consortium universities. Also the next steps for WP4 – Improvement of university study programmes and of adult training were defined. This was an essential moment to discuss the work plan for the coming months, to analyse the initial objectives of the project and discuss the strategies to ensure the best possible results.
Furthermore, Croatia Control organised a tour to their simulators and partners had the opportunity to understand better Croatia’s navigation services and how is Air Traffic Controllers’ work.
The Knowledge Alliance in Air Transport (KAAT) aims to identify and validate current occupations and competencies in the aeronautics sector and align them with the sector needs for the next 10 years. Moreover, KAAT intends to map the education programs’ learning outcomes in terms of competences, knowledge and skills and bring them into line with airport labour market demand.