Caverton celebrates local content milestone for Cameroon’s aviation sector


Earlier this week, the Cameroon Civil Aviation Authority (CCAA)’s Training School validated the training of 14 new students with the issuance of Certificates of Competence in Aircraft Maintenance and Recycling (CAMRA 2024).

The programme is delivered jointly by the National School of Engineering of Yaounde and was supported by Caverton Helicopter who provided 3-month internship opportunities  to four trainees at its facility in Ikeja. Caverton also fully sponsored two trainees, who will now be hired by the company.

The CAMRA training provides Cameroonians graduates with the tools and knowledge to meet industry and authorities’ demand for aviation managers in aircraft maintenance, continuing airworthiness management and aircraft recycling.

The certificate issuance ceremony that took place this week was attended by the Honourable Minister of Transport, Mr. Jean Ernest NGALLE NOBEHE as well as the Director General of CCAA, Mrs. Assoumou Koki and various public and private stakeholders of Cameroon’s aviation sector. Caverton was represented by its Group CEO, Mr. Olabode Makanjuola in and its Group COO, Mr. Rotimi Makanjuola.

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