Baltic Aviation Academy starts working with CPaT, world leader in computer-based training for the aviation industry, to enhance pilots’ training capabilities. Based in Vilnius, Lithuania Baltic Aviation Academy introduces entire CPaT’s library of Flight Training computer-based training (CBT/WBT) courseware and Specialty programs into their training curriculums. Also included is the CPaT Learning Management System (LMS).
CPaT Learning Management System (LMS) has an option to provide real-time access to learning analytics and reports in order to track the students learning process. Flight instructors are capable to track real-time learning statistics to instantly help students in their problematic areas. For instance, if the student has two questions on the Airbus A320 engine answered incorrectly, residing in the class flight instructor can come in minutes and provide a personal consultation on the aircraft engines. The other personnel such as school managers and airline representatives can also be attributed to results monitoring panel.
“As the fastest growing pilot training centre in Eastern Europe, we want to provide our students with the highest quality training materials available. The self-paced CPaT training programmes will not only identify the pilots‘ weakest areas, but also maximize the help of our professional instructors and no student will be left behind.“, commented Chief executive officer of the Baltic Aviation Academy aviation training centre Egle Vaitkeviciute.
“CPaT’s programs provide motivational, interesting and highly interactive training which is of critical importance in today’s aviation market,” said Russell Peck, CPaT’s President. “We increase the effectiveness of training while reducing costs and maximizing pilot and instructor time.”
With headquarters in Vilnius, Lithuania, Baltic Aviation Academy invites professional aviation instructors from Lithuania, Latvia, Sweden, Slovenia, Italy, Greece, Germany and Austria. Practical knowledge is gained in the full flight simulator network in Lithuania, Sweden, France, Spain, Belgium, Germany, Great Britain, and the USA. Baltic Aviation Academy’s personnel has trained over 10 000 aviation specialists.
By the end of 2010, Baltic Aviation Academy offered 34 training programs, including type rating training courses for Boeing 737 CL, Boeing 737 NG, Boeing 757, Boeing 767, Saab 340/2000, Airbus A320, ATR 42-72, Embraer 135/145, Bombardier CRJ 100/200, Bombardier CRJ 700/900 aircrafts and the initial pilot training school (FTO) courses.