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Aviation Security Service to develop e-learning

Aviation Security Service to develop e-learning

The Aviation Security Service (Avsec) training steering group wants to hire a subject matter expert (SME) for the development of e-learning programmes.

The SME will work with the Avsec training team and a specialised Avsec working group to transfer a number of existing training programmes into e-learning formats that are innovative.

They will also have to develop three new e-learning programmes to fit with Avsec training and development needs as well as provide the software.

Avsec operates at the seven international and Rotorua airports. In addition, it has an administration and training centre located in Auckland and a national office in Wellington.

The deadline for replies is Friday, April 16.


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