The World Aviation Training Summit (WATS) will return to the luxury Rosen Shingle Creek Resort in Orlando, Florida, on June 15-16, with pilots, cabin crew and maintenance staff all meeting in person and looking to move ‘Forward Together’.
The two-day live conference will address the current and future training issues affecting your business, from personnel selection and recruitment, to regulation and training technologies. It also provides unrivalled opportunities to meet with the key decision makers and influencers within the international airline training community, and allows attendees to discuss the latest training technologies and techniques to improve operational safety and efficiency for pilot, cabin crew, and maintenance training.
To ensure you are fully prepped for the occasion, our team has put together some essential reading material for you to get the most out of WATS.
- Chuck Weirauch asks, what is next for U.S. regionals?
- Marty Kauchak looks over the next pilot shortage caused by furloughs, early retirements and suspension of classes.
- To handle the challenges of cadets returning from furlough, regional airline training veteran Paul Preidecker argues that instructors need to be flexible in their approach.
- Robert Moorman highlights the challenges prospective pilots face now with mounting training costs.
- However, Captain John Bent, FRAeS argues that the pandemic can provide an opportunity to rethink and restart how we teach, in his piece titled Opportunity in Crisis: The Flight Academy of the Future.
- And be sure to read over our and 2021 Pilot Programme to ensure you know what is happening and when.
Everyone at Halldale is delighted to be hosting you all in person once again as we move "Forward Together".