Westminster Group PLC’s (LON;WSG) said its aviation security training operations have been graded 'outstanding' in all areas audited by the UK's Civil Aviation Authority (CAA).
The CAA's Aviation Security Quality Assurance Framework requires regulator audits and the achievement of pre-determined grades.
Only training providers registered with the CAA can provide Department for Transport (DfT) Aviation Security Training.
Westminster was graded as 'outstanding' in all areas assessed by the aviation authority in its latest audit.
In a statement, Paul Morton, Westminster's training and compliance director said: "This is a truly 'outstanding' result from an outstanding team. I am extremely proud of the dedication and continuous commitment shown by our team in achieving this quality standard.
Peter Fowler, Westminster's chief executive added: "Training is an important growing revenue stream for Westminster. Whilst the current (coronavirus) COVID-19 pandemic is affecting the aviation industry worldwide, aviation security and training will remain an important and vital element for air travel. As travel restrictions begin to be lifted, we believe our training services will once again be in demand around the world."
“Building on the success of our training services and that of the strategic alliances we entered into in 2019 with the Gulf Aviation Academy ('GAA') in Bahrain and the Tunisian Academy for Civil Aviation Safety and Security Training ('AFSAC'), this latest achievement is yet another milestone in our growth trajectory and emphasises the quality of the training products we are offering globally," he added.