We carefully select our instructors to guarantee a high-quality training. It is a prerequisite for our instructors that they have many years’ experience and in-depth knowledge of the topics they teach. Our instructors also need to have excellent teaching skills and they have all been through a train-the-trainer programme. Finally, the instructors must have excellent command of English both in speaking and writing. All IATA ATC training instructors are certified in accordance with international standards and IATA rules.
101 Training’s instructor team consists of international instructors, mainly coming from Europe, as well as Thai local instructors.
The IATA ATC training courses will sometimes be provided by an international instructor and sometimes by a Thai local instructor. The level of training will be the same and the Thai local instructor will be equally experienced as the international instructor. The only difference is that in case some trainees have difficulties with the English language, the Thai instructor can explain things in Thai.
Mr Roland Baumann
Mr Roland Baumann has graduated from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) with a Master of Science (geosciences and geomatics). He is an expert in the field of Aeronautical Information Management with a good knowledge of the ICAO and EU regulatory framework addressing aeronautical data quality. He is employed at ITV Consult AG as a Senior Consultant with responsibility for supporting aeronautical customers to manage the digital transformation from a product-centric to a data-centric operation as a pre-requisite to evolve towards system wide information management.
He has a recognised track record in the air navigation services industry at the national and international level (e.g. CANSO, EU, EUROCONTROL, ICAO, WMO) for strategy development, managing compliance and regulatory affairs, establishing multi-national projects and in the implementation of services. He is engaged in various working arrangements at international level dealing with aeronautical data quality and was involved in the development of the new ICAO Doc 8126 (AIS Manual). He has gained hands on experience from working together with regulators, service providers, data originators and data integrators.
Mr Tomislav Mihetec
Mr Igor Štimac
Mr. Igor Štimac is Assistant Professor PhD, IAP, AvMP and Head of Airport Operations and Maintenance Supervision Department at Zagreb Airport Ltd.
Igor Štimac is Doctor of Science in Transport and Traffic with 15 years of work experience in the field of airport operations and middle management. Over the years, he has completed several specialist training programmes, including the Airport Management Professional Accreditation Programme (AMPAP-IAP), ACI Airports Operations Diploma, Stanford-IATA Aviation Management Diploma (AvMP) and IATA-Harvard Leadership & Management Diploma. His work focuses on technical and technological systems in air transport, airport infrastructure and capacities, traffic flows, airline business models, and environmental impact of air transport. Mr. Igor Štimac is currently Head of Airport Operations and Maintenance Supervision Department in Zagreb Airport.
Furthermore, he works as Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Transport and Traffic Sciences, Department of Air Transport. He authored more than 20 scientific and professional papers published in Croatia and abroad.
During his carrier, he has participated in many national and international projects, as well as managed EU funding projects.
Mr. Tonći Peović
Mr Tonći Peović graduated from Zagreb Aeronautical University as a Commercial pilot in 1982 and performed hereafter 1,500 flight hours, after which he moved to the airport business as Dubrovnik Airport CEO. In this position he achieved to rebuild the war damaged airport and took several international training courses for instructing and auditing in accordance with world aviation standards in areas like Airport Management, Security Management, Crisis Management, ICAO Security Auditor, Management of Changes and AMPAP.
In 2009 he was appointed CEO of Zagreb Airport by the Croatian Government in the process of privatizing the airport, including building a new terminal building, by using a PPP model.
Mr. Peović is currently the CEO of Brac Island Airport developing infrastructure and passenger traffic. He is also an active board member of ACI Europe, ACI World, AAAE and European regional airport association and he regularly instructs in airport management subjects in accordance with AMPAP training programme established by ICAO and ACI.
Ms Nina Banke Rasmussen
Ms Nina Banke Rasmussen started her aviation career as a passenger assistant in a ground handling company at Copenhagen Airport. After having earned her bachelor’s degree in business languages and a master’s degree in computational linguistics at Copenhagen Business School, she went back to the aviation world as a consultant at Integra Consult A/S; a consultancy specialized in aviation. She spent 18 years as a consultant gaining considerable experience in most aspects of airport operations and air traffic management. During her career she has planned and executed numerous projects in collaboration with aviation organisations worldwide. In October 2017 Ms Rasmussen was transferred to Integra Aviation Academy with the objective of building up and running all Integra’s training activities. At present Ms Rasmussen is general manager of Integra Aviation Academy and has most recently built up the training academy ‘101 Training’ with the local Thai partner.
Mr Goran Jandreoski
With more than 15 years’ employment in TAV Airports and Groupe ADP, Mr Goran Jandreoski is widely experienced in the airport industry. He is involved in the FBOT process of Macedonian Airports and the transition period from public operation to concession operation of different airports.
In the period from 2015 to 2019 Mr Jandreoski was Director General of Macedonian CAA where he was involved in high-level international aviation issues representing his state in ICAO, EASA and EUROCONTROL. Moreover, under his leadership, The Macedonian CAA was one of the first authorities to promote cyber security.
Mr. Goran Jandreoski has obtained his theoretical competences in terms of aviation management and airport operations at many different world-recognized aviation training organizations and academies.