Webb Elgin Associates is a professional niche solutions company which has developed specific competency in the transport, travel, and recruitment industries. We offer both solutions and complementary value-added services. Our prime business area is in scheduling solutions.
Established in 1996, and headquartered in Johannesburg, South Africa, Webb Elgin Associates serves the Southern Africa region, and also has a network of regional agents.
We perform business studies, provide systems, consultancy, and project management, and can supplement your company's skills, in the areas of strategy, process, and technology. We have also performed specialized recruitment assignments.
Our flagship product is the WECOMS Scheduling and Operations Management System - see more at www.wecoms.co.za
Our recruitment products and services are handled by our StaffWeb unit - see more at www.staffweb.co.za
Schedule and operate staff legally and productively with our simple, low-cost cloud-based system.
Make your recruitment faster, easier, and cheaper. We can have your jobs and application process online in less than a day.
Designed to provide airline employees with an understanding of managing the main commercial functional areas of an airline and a framework for developing airline commercial strategy. Provides an overview of all the major commercial functions. Understand how an airline can formulate strategies and tactics to enable profitability. Review the industry outlook. Identify key success factors.
Learn the essential elements of starting and growing an aviation maintenance facility (AMO). Includes business management essentials, regulatory requirements, human factors, safety and quality management, and organisational design. Understand how an AMO can be successful.
Introduction to the practice of maintenance planning. Aviation and maintenance basic principles. Maintenance philosophies. Planning techniques. Regulatory requirements. Records and systems.
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