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EATS 2014 Flight Plan Filed for Berlin

Conference Chair Chris Lehman files a preview. The European Airline Training Symposium (EATS) will land at the Estrel Hotel in Berlin, Germany this autumn. Taking place from October 28-29, there will be an additional meeting for Heads of...  Read more

Farnborough International Air Show

Chris Long provides a report on the training and simulation activities at the Farnborough International Air Show. The biennial Farnborough Air Show is rightly noted for the display of both civil and military aircraft and systems and, certainly in recent...  Read more

Safety First

Cabin crew training continues to evolve as new rules and regulations come into effect and it adapts to today’s world. This feature will take a closer look at just a few of the developing approaches to changing. The International Civil Aviation...  Read more

Beyond Learning Technology

Group Editor Marty Kauchak examines the maintenance community’s commitment to aligning its training activities with regulatory agency and other organizations’ protocols and standards. Maintenance, repair and overhaul organizations, air carriers and...  Read more

Teaching with Technology – Top 4 Trends

Dr. Suzanne Kearns, University of Western Ontario, examines the four main instructional technology trends that are influencing training. When it comes to technology in the classroom, instructors may fall into one of two camps: 1) those who fight...  Read more