Broward County Aviation Department Earns National Award For Airport Training Excellence
  
  

L-R Douglas Webster, Deputy Director and Jessica Potter, Training Coordinator receive Digicast Excellence in Airport Training Award

L-R Douglas Webster, Deputy Director, and Jessica Potter, Training Coordinator, receive Digicast Excellence in Airport Training Award

DATE: June 7, 2013
MEDIA CONTACT: Greg Meyer, Public Information Officer
Broward County Aviation Department
PHONE: 954-359-6116
EMAIL: gmeyer@broward.org

Broward County. – The Broward County Aviation Department (BCAD) has earned an ANTN Digicast Excellence in Airport Training Award for training completed in calendar year 2012.
 
The award, presented by the American Association of Airport Executives (AAAE), signifies that BCAD’s employees have completed a specified amount of federally mandated airport-specific and continuing education training using ANTN Digicast's Web-based training system.  BCAD is one of only 70 airports nationwide to earn the honor for 2012.

“We have found the ANTN Digicast content to be well suited to our needs and has become an important component of our training program” said Doug Webster, Deputy Director of Aviation.  We appreciate the AAAE’s recognition of our employees efforts this past year.

The award levels are based on total training programs watched and total number of employees trained at each airport. Award levels vary based on the airport's hub size, and each winning airport is presented with a plaque marking its achievement.

"By earning Excellence in Airport Training Awards, these 70 airports have demonstrated their dedication to improving operations, safety, and preparedness,” said Joan Lowden, AAAE senior vice president of communications and general manager of AAAE's Airport News and Training Network (ANTN) division that produces ANTN Digicast. "ANTN Digicast was created for airports of all sizes as a cost-effective, efficient way to help comply with federally mandated training needs and support an advanced training curriculum, and we’re encouraged that so many airports have made it a key part of their training programs.”

Airports that subscribe to ANTN Digicast have unlimited access to the service's training programs, which currently number some 500 videos. Topics covered range from Federal Aviation Administration required recurrent training in areas including airfield driver training and wildlife mitigation to security-related training, customer service, and more. ANTN Digicast training is designed for airport employees as well as tenants, such as airline workers and subcontractors, who work at an airport.

ANTN Digicast programming is accessible online via any web-enabled computer, and the system tracks training on a per-user basis, allowing airports to demonstrate to regulators that their employees have completed required recurrent training.
For more information on ANTN Digicast, visit www.antndigicast.com.

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ABOUT AAAE: Founded in 1928, AAAE (www.aaae.org) is the world’s largest professional organization representing the men and women who work at public-use commercial and general aviation airports. AAAE’s 5,000-plus members represent some 850 airports and hundreds of companies and organizations that support the airport industry. Headquartered in Alexandria, Va., AAAE serves its membership through results-oriented representation in Washington, D.C. and delivers a wide range of industry services and professional development opportunities including training, conferences, and a highly respected accreditation program.

We have found that the ANTN materials meet our specific needs in an effective manner. To be recognized for our commitment is gratifying to our organization.

 
 
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