Imagine being able to condense a one-day cabin crew training course into less than an hour? Well, imagine no more. APATS 2023 Speaker Trevor Dale is going to use his presentation to talk you through "Time, Sequence, Learning".
ATPG Chair Andy Mitchell sat down with EATS 2022 Conference Chair Jacques Drappier to discuss what went on at our exclusive Heads of Training discussion in Berlin. The duo go through instructor standardisation, sustainability and pilot well being.
Jason Davenhill is probably one of the few people to have taught at every level in the military, all three armed services, and civilians on fixed wing and helicopters. The executive, performance coach, coaching supervisor and Human Givens psychotherapist will be a speaker at EATS 2022 where he will discuss the idea that pilots can teach themselves.
>There’s a bit of a buzz going on right now! Cabin crew and cabin crew training departments have waited a long time to get back together, make sure you are a part of it by joining us live in Berlin from Nov. 2-3 for the European Airline Training Symposium (EATS).
Events like the European Airline Training Symposium (EATS) have always been an extremely popular way to bring like-minded people together and, in a strange twist, may well be an even more valuable business tool as we emerge from covid than before.
Our EATS 2021 Cabin Crew Conference has a diverse and insightful array of speakers as we return to Berlin for the 19th edition. Make sure you are part of the conversation on the future of aviation training by booking your place to join us live in person.