It has become increasingly important for aviation professionals to be aware of competition law regulation when doing business and be compliant with antitrust/competition laws given the growing trend towards international convergence of competition laws and enforcement at a global level. This eLearning course will provide you with an overview of the core principles of antitrust/competition rules applicable to the airline industry in most countries, and outline the steps to identify and avoid the risks of infringing competition laws. You will learn competition principles and by practicing different scenarios and exercises, you will develop skills that will help you act in compliance with antitrust law rules.
Course code: TALL-16
Considerable discounts are available for multiple purchases (30+ users) of this course. To simplify company-wide implementation, you can also host this e-learning course on your company’s Learning Management.
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Upon completing this course you will have the skills to:
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Upon successful completion of the exam/assessment, you will be awarded a Certificate that you can print for your records.
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