DIATA is a recognised Global Leader in Aviation Training. The academy is one of 5 worldwide ICAO Airport Regional Training Centres of Excellence, awarded ICAO Gold Membership, is an IATA Approved Training Centre and is the ACI's Regional Training Centre for Western Europe. We train participants from all over the world, from Panama to Australia and as an aerodrome training centre we offer a live laboratory experience, OJT including site visits, providing a real life practical element to the training material. DIATA provides internationally certified training programmes to all aviation professionals, including areas of safety, management, human resource, leadership, planning and human factors. Through our partnerships and accolades we can offer the best training and consultancy services at home and abroad.
As experts in our field we are ICAO qualified course developers, training instructors and training managers. DIATA also has ICAO Instructors, qualified IOSA Auditor and Senior Instructors and ACI qualified Instructors (Aerodrome Certification & Wildlife. We offer consultancy services to aerodromes and training academy's and have provided ACI/ICAO APEX Aerodrome Safety Programmes in 12 Aerodromes to date. We design, develop and deliver international training programmes for example, ACI Wildlife Hazard Management programme and ICAO Breathing Apparatus Standardised Training programme.
DIATA was established in 2013 with a key objective of continuing to support and raise the
competency of our professionals through adopting the ICAO TRAINAIR PLUS principles and at the same time supporting their NGAP (Next Generation of Aviation Professionals) strategies. The Academy has forged strategic partnerships with International Aviation Bodies and Academic Institutions focused on promoting the importance of Education in Aviation. DIATA is the training arm of daa International.
Forrest Little is adjacent to Dublin Airport founded in 1940 and designed by Fred Hawtree it is a challenging 18-hole Parkland course with many challenging and memorable holes. The fairways are lined with mature trees and the course has been used on several occasions as a venue for pre-qualifying for the Irish Open.
The signature holes are the 6th a 460 metres Par 5 with out of bounds down the left-hand side and almost impossible to get home in two, even if you do the odds are against being on the green because the green is well protected by several bunkers. The finishing hole is one of the best to be found anywhere at 411 metres will test the best of golfers.
Forrest Little has embarked on developing a youths' policy and has been very successful in developing good golfers at Boy's and Girls levels under the watchful eye of Tony Judd.