ASCA values IDAC’s commitment to HR education

The progress achieved in the areas of training and human resources development were highlighted as one of the great achievements of the current administration of the Dominican Civil Aviation Institute (IDAC). This was the opinion of the Higher Academy of Aeronautical Sciences (ASCA) when it presented a special recognition to the general director of the institution, Héctor Porcella.

Clara Fernandez, director of the ASCA, said that the current management of the IDAC has satisfactorily complied with the standards of human capital training and respect for the new salary scale established by the Ministry of Public Administration (MAP).

“On behalf of the ASCA staff and the entire IDAC family, we recognize Héctor Porcella for his firm support to the training program of this higher academy and for applying the IDAC salary scale with a sense of justice and equity for all our servants,” he said.

Porcella affirms commitment

For his part, Porcella reaffirmed his commitment to the training of IDAC personnel and to the training and updating of technicians demanded by the growth of civil aviation in the RD, according to a press release.

IDAC ValoraciónRegarding compliance with the salary scheme authorized by the MAP, he indicated that such provision marks a milestone and creates better conditions for all employees to respond with dedication and fidelity to the demands imposed by the important mission of the IDAC.

He also declared his commitment to continue working to improve the quality of life of more than 2,000 employees of the governing body of civil aviation in the country.

In this regard, he urged employees to continue to provide the best of their abilities, to contribute to the continued strengthening of the institution and the improvement of their living conditions.

Also present during the activity were the director of Human Resources of Idac, Ana Ysa Tejada; the administrative director, Izett Sansur; the legal director, Bernarda Franco; the director of navigation area, Claudia Roa; the director of regulation, Franklin Reyes Rossó; and a large representation of the Higher Academy of Aeronautical Sciences.

Source: Arecoa.com

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