NAIROBI FLIGHT TRAINNING IN RACE TO BECOME ISO COMPLIANT
The institution has set in motion programmes that would ensure its systems are in conformity with the International Standards Organisation, responsible for the ISO 9001 and other international quality standards.
ISO 9001:2000. Which gives the requirements for quality management systems, is now firmly established as the globally implemented standard for providing assurance about the ability to satisfy quality requirements to the highest set benchmarks?
NTF chief Executive Gilbert Kibe reckoned that the move was a milestone in the institutions history as it was sure to chart new horizons for the school both in imparting knowledge to learners and in meeting and surpassing the set global standards.
"Our drive to become ISO compliant dovetails well with our core business of training for quality and imparting the best available skills and knowledge in this industry," he opined.
The initiate puts the institution ahead as one of the first to seek ISO certification.
MORE STUDENTS JOIN NFT
In a move that points at its growing popularity as a center for excellence in aviation training, Nairobi Flight Training School is witnessing an influx of trainees seeking to become pilots.
Already the institution has welcomed three more students to its stable in the last one month and a flurry of inquiries from prospective students continues to stream in.
With such signs, the institutions prospects that the numbers would grow substantially and their thirst for knowledge would be quenched at NFT.