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Embry-Riddle Expands Free, For-Credit Online Courses

Embry-Riddle Expands Free, For-Credit Online Courses
All high school junior and senior students across Florida and Arizona are being offered a slate of free, for-credit online courses through Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. Driven by its mission to inspire a passion for science, technology,...  Read more

Moving Beyond Temporary Layoffs and Pay Cuts

Group Editor Marty Kauchak reports on how CAE is positioning itself for the next S&T business upturn.    This 23 March, CAE participated in an RBC Capital Markets-moderated webcast about the COVID-19 situation and its impact. Halldale Group joined...  Read more

Skyborne move online to keep applications flowing

Skyborne online
Skyborne Airline Academy is hosting an online open day as they go more virtual amid the COVID-19 outbreak. The 20-minute online tour showcases its Gloucestershire Airport HQ, its aircraft and simulators to prospective trainees and their families. There...  Read more

Aviation Training’s Golden Age

Editorial Comment Having observed the training and simulation community, both civil and military, for nearly 35 years, I am continually in awe of the imagination of the visionaries who conceive the technology innovations which push the envelope of...  Read more

Dynamic, More Realistic Cabin Crew Training

A Dubai-based start-up eyes a niche in the training market and launches a new concept of holistic training. Chris Long reports. Bilal Tahboub was heavily involved in cabin crew training, back in 2012, with a major international airline, and was...  Read more