Angel Training was conceived in 2005 and carefully developed through to launching in 2006. A simple business model was used with the prime driver being to offer a high quality training product at a low cost. EASA Part 147 approval was gained in 2007 and capability has been steadily grown over the ensuing years.
This has been behind the success of the company which has seen business flourish both in the UK and overseas with courses delivered in mainland Europe, on the Asian sub-continent and more recently in Australasia with the addition of a CASA Part 147 Approval.
Matt Beatham MRAeS
An experienced aviation engineer with over 30 years in the industry, Matt was the original driving force behind the creation of the company. With experience on both rotary and fixed wing aircraft, he has worked with major airlines and manufacturers developing in house training courses for both aircrew and engineers.
When he does have spare time Matt likes to develop IT as a hobby.
Peter Allison BEng(Hons) MRAeS
Peter is a licensed engineer and like Matt has over 30 years in the aviation industry. Prior to joining us, Peter has held a senior role establishing quality systems with a multinational company based in Canada. As well as delivering our own regulations courses Peter has delivered training on behalf of the JAA at their facility in Hoofddorp.
An ex-RAF engineer, Peter is keen to help with his local Air Training Corps group in Aberdeenshire.
In his spare time Peter restores classic cars and vintage military vehicles.
Ann Beatham BSc(Hons) ACA
Ann has been a chartered accountant and member of the institute for over 20 years.
Ann is responsible for all aspects of the financial control of the company and functions as the accountable manager for the Part 147 organisation.
Paul, like Matt and Peter, is an ex RAF engineer . Having served his country for 22 years Paul joined a cargo airline as a technical instructor and has been instructing ever since. Paul specialises in BAe ATP, BAe 146 and B737 CL training.
John joined the company as instructor in January 2016 having worked as an aircraft engineer on the Isle of Man for a variety of companies over many years. John has settled into life as an instructor and has delivered courses for Embraer 145 and B737 CL.