Another success with Aviation eLearning cabin crew training apps! To meet the latest training requirements for initial cabin crew training for Airbus A330 fleet, Air Greenland chose Aviation eLearning to develop a complete e-training solution.
Facing logistic challenges, Air Greenland has been struggling with coordinating and conducting effective and efficient in depth physical training exercises.
Aiming to provide the best training conditions available, accessible anytime and anywhere, Aviation eLearning developed specifically tailored procedure training apps – ePT – Safety Equipment Procedure Trainer (cabin crew), Cockpit Procedure Trainer Normal and Cockpit Procedure Trainer Emergency (flight crew).
By using the procedure training apps developed by Aviation eLearning during initial cabin crew training, Air Greenland managed to reduce number of aircraft training sessions from 3 to 1 without any reduction in student’s performance as all students successfully passed the test.
“We wanted our crew to feel that we are on their side in striving to be well-prepared for the job, which is why we have accepted responsibility to provide easy to understand training material. The Aviation eLearning app meets these requirements and more.” – Air Greenland Chief Flight Instructor Mogens Haar
The main benefit of the ePT by Aviation eLearning is a 360 degree view of the cabin and the cockpit. Using the apps to train the procedures ensures that the crew is familiar with the aircraft environment, which reduces the training time in simulator or aircraft. Since students do not have to spend the time to get used to the aircraft environment before they start training the procedures, they save time that can be later used for repetition of more complex procedures.
Aviation eLearning also developed an External Inspection app for Air Greenland’s DHC-8-200 fleet. The External Inspection app allows students to walk freely around an aircraft and facilitates a structure given by the operator or manufacturer. By using External Inspection app students can train by themselves, which does not require the presence of an instructor at all times.