As an authority you are able to stimulate better pilot training with EBT, and facilitate a way forward for operators. However, this workshop can be initiated by any stakeholder (e.g. a national pilot union).
The workshop is an interactive and engaging one day programme in which myriad aspects of EBT are addressed and discovered by all stakeholders. also It can also encourage national networking for those with experience and those with ambitions or questions about EBT: this workshop promotes a healthy forum for understanding, collaboration and stimulating better training.
The goal of this workshop is twofold:
To inform stakeholders of the availability of EBT, potential benefits and how it may be approved by the NAA.
To align stakeholders in their understanding of EBT, mitigating misinterpretations of principles and regulations.
This workshop introduces EBT topics such as background and philosophy, CBTA practices and techniques, program structures, data analytics and privacy, cost-benefit and implementation steps, Where possible our workshop integrates existing experience, stories, questions and concerns so that the workshop as valuable as possible for all those attending.
This workshop includes, amongst others, the following topics:
EBT background, philosophy and core principles
Implementation overview and best practices
EBT assessment & training: best practices
Data management and protection
From the pilot and union perspective
From the NAA perspective
From the operator perspective
Benefits and costs
National initiatives, experiences and regulations
Stimulating best practices
Standardising understanding and level playing field for all
Informing all stakeholders about the benefits and implications of EBT
Discussing EBT from various viewpoints
Engaging for all involved
Setting the basis for a national forum on EBT/CBTA
2 NLR EBT facilitators
At a location of choice, or at NLR in Amsterdam
Want to learn more?
Contact us to find out about availability and pricing. We are happy to think with your on your specific needs – the first hour of advice with a cup of coffee is always free!