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Training Partner Conferences: Let's keep the dialogue going

At ITDI, our aim is to help students all over the world achieve their personal and professional goals. To increase our reach, we build partnerships with esteemed industry and academic organizations who deliver high-quality industry-relevant training to key markets.

Of the many initiatives ITDI has undertaken to develop this strong network of partners, none is more important than on-going collaboration. In 2015, working closely with partners for mutual benefit will be one of the main guiding principles of our Partnership Team. A big part of this commitment is partner engagement.

Our partners tell us they place great value on our Training Partner Conferences. In the first quarter of 2015, we plan to host two conferences to support our partner network. During these events, we will elaborate on our training initiatives and provide a platform for dialogue with our partners on future collaborative efforts.

2015 IATA South Asia Training Partner Conference

Following the success of the Global Training Partner Congress in Montreal in 2014, we received positive feedback from participants, including requests for a special conference for our South Asian partners, many of whom were unable to attend the Montreal Congress.

We are listening. ITDI will host a conference in India to allow our partners to debate the future of training in this very important region and develop best practices for their organizations. The invitations to this prestigious event have been extended in the region and we are developing an exciting agenda. The program will be designed to allow participants to reap maximum benefits from:

  • Educational information sessions
  • Interactive breakout sessions
  • Informal networking breaks

We hope all invited partners will be able to join us.

2015 IATA ATS Conference

Continuing the tradition of the ATS conferences held in Doha in 2013 and Los Angeles in 2014, ITDI will be hosting the 2015 ATS Conference just prior to the IATA World Cargo Symposium in Shanghai, thereby making it much easier for partners to attend both essential events.

As in years past, the 2015 ATS Conference will bring together members of the Accredited Training School network who deliver IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations (DGR) training. The event will allow us to provide important information about changes that will affect our partners, including revisions to DGR regulations, the IATA DGR Manual, modifications to the operational handbook and updates on pricing methodologies.


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