Approvals
 
 
 
Approvals
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Approvals

Performance driven to continually improve levels of efficiency and excellence, Avtrade is certified to the requirements of EN9120:2018, ISO9001-2015 and Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) standards.

By integrating Quality into each of Avtrade’s management systems, Avtrade has effective internal procedures; achieving greater efficiency, consistency and productivity.

Avtrade promotes a regulated industry and is a member of ASA (Aviation Suppliers Association).

Should you wish to discuss any aspect of our Quality System please contact our Head of Compliance.

  • Aviation industry certified inventory with EASA, FAA and CAAC airworthiness certification
  • Approved suppliers who meet Avtrade's exceptional standards
  • The best quality aircraft components to ensure on-wing reliability
  • Use of OEM and independent workshops
  • Cost effective aircraft repair solutions
  • MTBR/MTBF trend analysis to ensure high quality aviation components
  • Expert staff
  • Commitment to first class service and performance

EN 9120:2018 Certificate

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Certificate No. FS 698280

AEO Certificate

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GB AEOC 00263/18

Policies

  • Terms and Conditions of Sale
  • Terms and Conditions of Purchase of Components
  • Privacy Policy
  • Anti-Slavery & Human Trafficking Policy
  • Slavery & Human Trafficking Statement Fiscal Year 2017/2018

What is Gender Pay Reporting

From 6 April 2017 the UK government requested that employers in Great Britain with 250 or more staff publish mean and median figures relating to the gender pay gap within the organisation.

Gender pay is not the same as equal pay, whereby men and women receive equal pay for doing the same or very similar jobs.

A gender pay gap is the difference between the average earnings of male and female employees.

The Gender Pay Report illustrates such figures as percentages and must be published on an organisation’s website and entered onto the UK Governments Gender Pay Reporting Service.

In line with current legislation this report is based on Avtrade’s data as at April 2018.

12.89%

MEAN GENDER PAY GAP HOURLY PAY

2.87%

MEDIAN GENDER PAY GAP HOURLY PAY

69.23%

PERCENTAGE OF MALES IN PAY QUARTILE ONE

65.38%

PERCENTAGE OF MALES IN PAY QUARTILE TWO

66.67%

PERCENTAGE OF MALES IN PAY QUARTILE THREE

62.82%

PERCENTAGE OF MALES IN PAY QUARTILE FOUR

30.77%

PERCENTAGE OF FEMALES IN PAY QUARTILE ONE

34.62%

PERCENTAGE OF FEMALES IN PAY QUARTILE TWO

33.33%

PERCENTAGE OF FEMALES IN PAY QUARTILE THREE

37.18%

PERCENTAGE OF FEMALES IN PAY QUARTILE FOUR

Avtrade’s Gender Pay Report

Our people are at the heart of what we do and are vital to the success of Avtrade.  We firmly believe in fairness and equality for all employees and desire to continuously challenge unconscious bias.

We remain fully committed to full diversity in all positions within our organisation.  We remain unbiased in the recruitment, employment, training and development of all staff; we offer a fully inclusive working environment and listen to our employees’ ideas for improvement.

We do our very best to adopt the tested actions as recommended by the Behavioural Insights Team for the UK Government Equalities Office such as:

  • The inclusion of women and diversity in the recruitment and selection process
  • Using skills based assessment tasks in the recruitment process
  • Structured interviews for recruitment and promotions
  • Encouraging salary negotiations by the visibility of salary grades
  • Leadership development training
  • Performance self assessments

I confirm that the information provided above is accurate.

Graeme Brooks
C.E.O.