Madrid, July 1st, 2020
After the end of the State of Alarm caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, SENASA has resumed the in-classroom delivery of several of the courses in its catalog. The delivery of new editions in the classrooms of the center will alternate in the coming months with the launch of others in a videoconference format, a system that has achieved a high degree of satisfaction among national and international students. Also, in many of the courses the student will be able to choose, within the same edition, between on-site and remote teaching.
In order to guarantee the safety of all participants, instructors, and technical and administrative personnel, SENASA's own Prevention Service has drawn up different protocols, which establish the preventive measures to be adopted in order to minimize the risk of contagion by SARS-COV-2. Likewise, the classrooms have been distributed in such a way that the interpersonal safety distance is guaranteed.
The classroom teaching has returned with new editions of several aviation safety courses. The Initial Training of Air Traffic Controllers has also started up again, the practical phase of which was interrupted at the start of the State of Alarm. For this purpose, the Tower and Radar ATC simulators have been adapted in order to maintain the necessary sanitary measures.