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WINAIR CEO Cleaver Commends Study Financing and Ferrier

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WINAIR CEO Cleaver Commends Study Financing and Ferrier
15 Nov 2014

SIMPSON BAY, SXM AIRPORT

Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of WINAIR Michael Cleaver commends the Department of Study Financing and Michael Ferrier with respect to acknowledging the importance of aviation and having certain careers listed by department for career opportunities.

“Most recently I read with interest the curriculum/subjects contained in the 2015 study financing list of subjects offered by this department. Approximately 18 months previously WINAIR was visited by this department at the behest of Michael Ferrier to ascertain what could be offered to the Sint Maarten youth to prepare themselves for meaningful careers in Aviation.

“After several discussions with the study finance group we established the need in Sint Maarten for Aircraft Maintenance Personnel and Commercial Pilots, both disciplines are now available to our youth. Though this training will take several years to develop and train our prospective students, WINAIR applauds the personnel at Study Finance and Mr. Michael Ferrier for connecting the dots - seeing the possibility - in affording the youth a chance at fulfilling jobs in the aviation realm where there is a need in Sint Maarten.

“WINAIR remains committed to working with the department of education ensuring that as many WINAIR positions as possible are ultimately filled by qualified local personnel,” CEO of WINAIR Michael Cleaver said on Friday.

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