Aviation eLearning has delivered an innovative iPad-based traning solution for Air Greenland.
Air Greenland will start implementing new procedures into their DHC-8-200 fleet and they have chosen Aviation eLearning to develop interactive cockpit trainers for normal and emergency procedures.
Air Greenland has chosen the electronic solution as a strategic step towards more technology enhanced training to allow the crew to train efficiently even when they are away from the training center. Implementing iPad-based training will significantly reduce the costs of extra training, as Air Greenland expects a higher standard during check flights. By using the training apps, Air Greenland will not only reduce the cost of training, but also provide more time to train flight maneuvers.
The Cockpit Procedure trainers grant pilots the opportunity to browse through the procedures and learn the flows with the help of action hotspots. The "Teach Me" mode provides a step-by-step guide through each procedure item and offers both visual and audio instructions. Aviation eLearning has also added a "Test Me" mode and flash cards for both trainers to help pilots assess their knowledge and memory.