TAG Global Training celebrates its 10th birthday

TAG Global Training will officially celebrate its landmark 10th birthday tomorrow, Friday 27th January.

The anniversary will mark the start of a very exciting year ahead and a grand salute to a triumphant decade of delivering premier training to Pilots and Cabin Crew globally.

Over the past ten years TAG Global Training has gone from strength to strength, providing ground school training for over 22,000 participants which is testament to the interactive training environment that Debbie Elliott, Training Manager, identifies as the most rewarding and engaging way for crew to undertake the wide range of training courses available.

“TAG Global Training currently offers over thirty Aviation, EASA, and DFT compliant training courses that have been designed to meet the training requirements of our pilot and cabin crew attendees as well as the unique requirements of our ultra-high net worth (UHNW) clients’ bespoke private operations," she said.

"Course materials are refreshed annually so our clients never receive the same format twice and they can be undertaken to suit individual training requirements. All courses are fully compliant with recent European legislative changes.”

Debbie Elliott

Debbie adds, “Our training centre was originally set up to facilitate the training requirements of TAG Pilots and Cabin Crew. Now ten years later, in recognising the close synergy between our UHNW clients’ expectations, we have successfully extended our course offerings to the Yachting Crew Community. It has been an amazing journey! In addition to being able to train household staff on aircraft safety in the homes of UHNW clients, TAG Global Training has become the first UK CAA Accredited Cabin Crew Training Organisation and an internationally acclaimed aviation training provider.”

"The creation of TAG Global Training is one of our proudest achievements and exemplifies the Spirit of TAG in which we seek to provide unparalleled operational excellence and an uncompromised focus on safety”, said Graham Williamson, President Aircraft Management and Charter Services, TAG Aviation Europe.

“Training is the key to ensuring that our crews share our passion for quality, excellence, innovation and respect.”

Graham Williamson


Based at its renowned training facility at Farnborough Airport, TAG Global Training has become an integral part of the airport’s offering for the thousands of crew who fly into Farnborough on a regular basis. The training centre prides itself on delivering a one-stop solution to training, all facilitated by an expert team of experienced instructors and showcasing the very latest sought-after training programmes and teaching facilities. Client-focused receptionists make certain that all training enquiries receive a personalised and bespoke customer services response ensuring that their unrivalled reputation for training excellence remains as strong today as when the organisation was established ten years ago.

BlueSky Business Aviation News | 26th January 2017 | Issue #401