Gama Aviation, the global business aviation services company upgrades their training programme to provide improved content breadth and an indepth online e-courses platform.
Flyco will provide Gama Aviation with their Advanced Learning Management System with an extensive e-library allowing the users to benefit from a variety of choice from Winter Operations to Route Competency e-course packages.
The overall solution will also allow the Gama Aviation training department team to be able to create reports and obtain crew certificates utilising the Flyco A-LMS system. In addition, they will have access to functions such as the Assessment Creation Center, Advanced Report Server and License Auto-Track, and are free to create their own training content as well as obtaining valuable data on crew training performance.
Adam Whitehead, Head of Training at Gama Aviation stated: "Our main focus at Gama Aviation has always been providing high quality training for our pilots and personnel. We believe that the course content and advanced management system that Flyco offer, not only satisfies our expectations on quality and content, it also gives us the opportunity to create our own content and closely monitor crew training performance throughout the year. We will also be offering Flyco's e-learning courses as part of our ground school training whereby we will be able to provide our clients with a true 'one stop shop' solution for their ground training."
Anil Yildirim, managing director, UK, for Flyco Group also commented: "We are delighted to be working closely with Gama Aviation providing our systems and services to one of the leaders in business aviation today. We are also excited to be working together providing our services to their ground school customers as well. Customer satisfaction is of paramount importance to us in providing e-training solutions for our clients and we will continue to innovate, bringing new ideas to the aviation e-training sector."
The system and courses offered by Flyco are prepared in strict compliance and guidance with regulatory authorities such as EASA, ICAO and IATA, and are closely monitored and regularly updated by their Training Department.