Fulcrum Labs and Allegiant have won another coveted Brandon Hall Group Award, this time taking home Gold in Best Advance in Technology for Testing or Learning Evaluation for their state-of-the-art Flight Operations Basic Indoctrination training course.

Fulcrum and Allegiant have jointly revolutionized the way pilots train using Fulcrum's Personalized Adaptive Learning and Predictive Analytics (PALPA™) SaaS platform.

Allegiant's Basic Indoctrination course, which is required by the FAA for all new commercial pilots joining an airline, is the first of its kind to use personalized, adaptive learning. Fulcrum's PALPA platform evaluates learners in real-time and dynamically generates personalized learning pathways that tailor course content based on each pilot's mastery level at hand. Insightful, actionable analytics and real-time feedback provide the airline with data to pinpoint the depth and degree to which competencies have been mastered.

"Our philosophy is if it cannot be measured, it cannot be achieved," said Patrick Weir, CEO of Fulcrum Labs. "Delivering competency-based training via Fulcrum's PALPA platform is not only advancing the way people engage with content, but it is also breaking new ground in the way we measure exactly what a learner understands, which is paramount in heavily regulated industries such as commercial aviation."

"Having access to real-time analytics allows us to continuously evaluate our training approach, down to specific learning objectives and activities," said Daniel McCoy, chief learning officer, Allegiant. "Furthermore, mastery learning gives our employees flexibility for self-paced and at-home study as well as the confidence that they have acquired the necessary knowledge to perform their jobs."

A panel of veteran, independent senior industry experts and Brandon Hall Group senior analysts and executives evaluated the Basic Indoctrination course based upon its product innovation, unique differentiators, value proposition and measurable results.