How can Audio Visual infrastructure help train new aviation engineers, while supporting the revenue goals of a brand new, purpose-built academy?
The International Aviation Academy – Norwich (IAAN) is a brand-new, purpose-built academy to train the next generation of pilots, air traffic controllers, cabin crew, airport operations, aviation engineers and more.
One of the mainstream programmes within the Academy will see up to 80 new aviation engineers being trained per year.
It is the first of Aviation Skills Partnership’s (ASP’s) skills academies; a unique collaboration of employers, trainers, educators, funding bodies, government, industry and, of course, students and delegates.
Seating for up to 200 delegates, the main atrium was designed for use during academy conferences, seminars, and for private-hire functions.
Freestanding AV Presentation Systems developed for flexibility of use around the building as and where required.
MOBILE Classroom INTERACTIVE Presentation System for use around the ‘emulation zone’ and the working Boeing 737.
Wall mounted Full-HD interactive multi-touch presentation system.
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