Aviation Training Leaders Forum
The ATLF is a unique, global gathering, of (nearly 400) airline training leaders collectively representing unparalleled aviation training knowledge, talent and experience. Members cover Pilot, Cabin Crew, Maintenance, Ab Initio & Women in Aviation training.
A ‘club’, exclusively for airline training leaders with preferential access to the ATS series of live events and a secure online forum, in which to express views, join working groups and exchange ideas on the key topics, challenges and opportunities facing the world airline training community. Premium focused content is also provided.
As a member you will have access to the Halldale/CAT magazine operated Heads of Training meetings, both live and online, the outcomes of which, once approved, will be communicated to the not for profit and government agencies which influence training change and improvement.Many will be involved in these meetings.
With our community facing technology, workforce, capacity and growth demands (following a world pandemic) the ATLF is a timely effort to support the world’s airlines and its people.
We hope you will join us! Or please apply to join.
The topics for 2023/2024 are:
|November 2023||Heads of Training Recap|
|December 2023||ATC/Pilot Combined Training|
|February 2024||Aviation English|
|April 2024||Instructor Standardisation|
|May 2024||Big Data|
|June 2024||Technical Competencies|
|July 2024||RMT.0196 Update|
|August 2024||Pilot Career Progression|
|September 2024||Non technical competencies|
|November 2024||Airline Pilot Preparedness|
|December 2024||Human Factors (recurrent training or selection)|
The ATLF is a responsive and proactive community, therefore the schedule is subject to variation should priorities change throughout the year.