Director of Training, Aircraft Dispatcher Instructor, and Aircraft Dispatcher Practical Examiner.
Eric Morris, President, began his tenure at Sheffield School as Lead Instructor and Director of Training in 1986. The course that he developed is considered the most comprehensive and challenging Aircraft Dispatcher course in the world. He became President of Sheffield in January 1998, and began an aggressive web marketing campaign along with blueprinting the future technological plans for the school.
His aviation-dispatch training experience includes: licensed pilot, airline initial training, airline recurrent training, airline transition training, major airline ab initio dispatch training, performance engineering, air traffic control, and aerospace engineering. Currently he directs the training, rewrites the curriculum, conducts itinerary training for airlines, maintains/develops the Sheffield web site, provides technical assistance to airlines, occasionally instructs the certification course, and is the computer network administrator at the school. Eric graduated college with a A.A. degree from Oxford College, and a B.S. degree in Aerospace Engineering from Auburn University, then later graduated with honors at the FAA ATC Academy.