Monday April 29th
Our mission is to gather Heads of Training and Subject Matter Experts in a collaborative space. We aim to facilitate insightful discussions, share best practices, and inspire innovation in aviation training. Our goal is to empower training leaders with the knowledge, tools, and connections needed to elevate the standards of training excellence. Together, we shape the future of aviation education, ensuring safety, efficiency, and continual advancement in the training landscape.
The WATS 2024 Heads of Training meeting will take the form of roundtable discussions, led by industry SMEs to allow for lively and candid conversation. There will be three round table discussions, each thirty minutes in length. The moderators will remain at their designated tables, and the attendees are requested to visit three different tables during the meeting.
Heads of Training sponsored by:
Topics to be discussed:
- Technical Competences and Training Technologies
Exploring innovations, challenges, and strategies in aviation training, emphasizing technological advancements, regulatory compliance, and improving pilot competencies for safer operations.
- Training for Operational Challenges
Strategies for preparing aviation professionals to navigate complex scenarios, emphasizing adaptive training methodologies and real-world simulations for enhanced readiness.
- Instructor Standardization
Discussing the importance of consistent training methodologies, competency-based trainnig and assessment, and ongoing professional development to ensure high-quality instruction across the industry.
- Non-Technical Competencies
Examining the significance of competencies like communication, decision-making, and situational awareness for pilots and crew, emphasizing their critical role in enhancing safety and operational efficiency.
- Sustainable Aviation Training
Addressing environmental concerns, technological advancements, and regulatory initiatives aimed at reducing aviation’s carbon footprint, fostering innovation, and promoting sustainable practices within aviation training.
- Big Data for Training
Discussing leveraging data analytics by exploring what you, as a training leader, are looking to achieve with your data. From individualized training programs, improving pilot performance, and enhancing safety through personalized learning and predictive modeling strategies.
- Training Infrastructure
Looking at whether the current training infrastructure is adequate, including facilities, aircraft, training devices, and advanced technology, which are essential for providing comprehensive aviation training.
* Topics may be subject to change
How to Attend
Secure your place at this meeting by registering your interest HERE. Don’t miss this opportunity to connect with peers, exchange ideas, and contribute to shaping the future of aviation training.
WATS 2024 Sponsors & Partners