Flyco’s all new CompBT works as a two-stage training and knowledge assessment system. The method developed by Flyco’s training department provides a pre-evaluation function on any courseware, allowing the system to obtain valuable data on the overall knowledge of an individual crew member on any given subject course in Flyco’s E-library.

A sophisticated algorithm automatically customises the training required for each individual user by re-calculating and administering the course content to address areas where a knowledge gap is observed by the findings obtained from the pre-test.

The data obtained by the Flyco CompBT system is analysed by Flyco’s Advanced Reports System (ARS), which allows the training department to observe, track and assess the individual performance statistics as well as year-on-year training performances of its crew. It can also be used at various other stages of training, such as the Evidence based Training (EBT) and Advanced Training Qualification Program (ATQP).

General subject modules such as the RVSM, Winter Operations and Performance-based Navigation will be some of the first modules offered with the CompBT version available for recurrent training. 

The overall solution intends to reduce training costs, relieve long hours of E-training for competent users and effectively lead to more efficient and qualified crew.

"We believe that interactivity is the key to a more competent crew training. As many operators these days rely more and more on the E-training part of their crew training, it is essential for E-training companies to advance towards a more optimised course content backed up by a more interactive user platform encouraging deeper engagement. We believe our new competency based training method will allow the training departments to be able to provide this for their crew and users,” commented Ergin Erdin, CEO of Flyco Group.

More information can be obtained by visiting Flyco on booth No:55 during EATS 2018.