We are happy to announce that Virtual eTraining for the fourth consecutive year will exhibit at the World Aviation Training Symposium in Orlando, Florida 21-23 April, 2015.
WATS is the largest aviation training conference and trade show in the world with more than 1,000 attendees expected. It’s the place to be if you want to meet the right people in aviation training, says Managing Director Patrick Sävström.
Read more at http://halldale.com/wats or even better – stop by our booth if you happen to be there.
The latest development at Virtual eTraining is the e360 EDITOR which allows our customers to upload and manage the course content of their virtual worlds in-house. Just add your images, change your texts or upload videos via a simple interface and save your changes and reload the course. Easy!
Our customers need to be able to manage the content of their courses when procedures or manuals are updated. Therefore, we are proud to announce that our new editing tool let’s them do just that – this is a result of customer feedback, says MD Patrick Sävström
For customers using the e360 COURSE the editor also supports creating new missions or scenarios and managing content of randomized question databanks.
In this issue of CAT Magazine (Journal for Civil Aviation Training) new technology for cabin crew training is being explored and Virtual eTraining is featured among other companies providing interactive learning.
Read the full article here: VeT CAT-Magazine April 2014
The CAT Magazine (Journal for Civil Aviation Training) is the world’s leading airline simulation and training magazine. CAT Magazine showcases the latest and best training practices for pilots, cabin crew and maintainers throughout the civil airline training industry.
Air Berlin PLC & Co. Luftverkehrs KG (Germany’s second largest airline, after Lufthansa, and Europe’s seventh largest airline in terms of passengers carried) have chosen to use Virtual eTraining solutions in their Cabin Crew training.
The purpose of this online training solution is the location and use of safety and emergency equipment for all types of aircraft operated by Air Berlin.
Norwegian Air Shuttle together with Virtual eTraining Software has been invited present at the Cabin Crew Conference at the world’s biggest gathering of aviation training professionals, WATS (World Aviation Training Symposium), 1st April to 3rd April in Orlando.
The topic is “Case Study – 360° e-Learning Project” in Aviation Training. The presentation will focus on how the airline Norwegian Air Shuttle improved, modernized and contracted the path for future cost savings in Cabin Crew Training through the development of a world unique online Cabin Crew Recurrent Training course based on a virtual 360 degree training environment.
Virtual eTraining Software will be participating for the third time as an exhibitor and speaker at the Cabin Crew Conference together with Norwegian Air Shuttle at WATS 2014 – the largest aviation training symposium and trade show.
Virtual eTraining has been nominated as speaker at the Cabin Training Stream together with Norwegian Air Shuttle at EATS – the European Aviation Training Symposium in Berlin.
Learn how Norwegian improved, modernized and laid the way for future cost savings in Cabin Recurrent training through the development of online pre-course training based on a virtual 360 degree cabin interior.
Cabin crew take the e-learning course including a mandatory annual recurrent exam before they come to the training centre which:
– Frees up time for practical hands-on training and qualitative discussions
– Takes away the stress related to the mandatory annual recurrent exam
– Reduces administration, i.e. feedback, documentation, etc.
The presentation will also include: project goals, ROI calculation, lessons learned and a demonstration of the technology from Virtual eTraining.
Virtual eTraining will be participating for the second time as an exhibitor at WATS. WATS 2012 was the 15th annual world airline training conference was hailed as a great success with nearly 900 attendees from 47 countries representing 90 airlines, 16 national and international regulators and 70 exhibitors.