Trig team achieve industry recognition
December 15, 2015
Last year Helen Smith and James Forbes both joined Trig Avionics.
They have both gained new skills and qualifications along the way. Company staff celebrated their recent success, as they each passed their respective EASA Form 4 Management courses and final assessment interviews. Following their endorsement from the CAA, Paul Condy Operations Manager at Trig said, “Helen and James are to be congratulated they’ve done really well and are now equipped for their new roles.”
“Trig has an enviable reputation – offering the best training is at the heart of our company activity.”
Helen Smith and James Forbes - now CAA qualified
Helen is now qualified as a CAA recognised Quality Manager for both Part 21 and Part 145 operations. James is qualified to direct Trig’s Part 145 operations in his Customer Support Manager role. Helen and James both attended the Aviation Safety Academy based at Fairoaks Airport which provides internationally recognised training across the aviation industry.
Paul Condy added, “It’s great to see Helen and James take on new responsibilities, developing these vital areas of our business. Trig has an enviable reputation for product quality and customer support, offering the best training is at the heart of our company activity.”
Trig is a growth company and currently has a number of exciting roles for suitable candidates in engineering and marketing. The company also has an Engineering Apprenticeship Scheme nurturing tomorrow’s engineers. More details can be found at www.trig-avionics.com