Die Gilde vir Lugvaart poog om kollektief as waghond vir lede op te tree, om die beroep te beskerm en om jongmense 'n kans op 'n loopbaan binne lugvaart te gee, asook om aandag aan brandpunte in die bedryf te gee.
Wie kan by die Gilde vir Lugvaart aansluit? Matrikulante
Matrikulante wat belang stel om in hierdie rigting te studeer
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Enige ander persone werksaam in die lugvaartindustrie.
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Addisionele voordele wat lede van die Gilde vir Lugvaart uitsluitlik geniet, is:
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Die komitee moet ook die Minister van Vervoer adviseer oor voorstelle met betrekking tot die instelling van enige regulasie; die wysiging of intrekking van enige regulasie wat uitgevaardig is; die instelling van enige tegniese standaard wat uitgereik moet word; die wysiging of intrekking van enige tegniese standaard wat uitgereik is, en enige ander aangeleentheid rakende burgerlike lugvaart.
Die Gilde is gerat om die beroep en die bedryf te beskerm.
Hy is dus in ’n uitstekende posisie om ons lede se professionele behoeftes in hierdie komitee en/of subkomitees te verteenwoordig.
Solidariteit geniet ook nou verteenwoordiging in die volgende CARCOM-subkomitees, waar ons aktief vir ons lede kan intree en beding:
Vir Industrie regulasies besoek www.caa.co.za
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14.06.2019– Engineering news
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– report 15.06.2019 – Fin24
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– industry 17.06.2019 – Fin24
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