Wednesday, January 17, 2018
Two new courses for 2018
Many Flight Procedure Designers in the world have a non-flying background. As a result, Designers have a limited understanding of what happens in the cockpit of a modern airliner. How do crews fly the published procedures, what systems are available, what do they show. In order to improve that understanding we have created a course, where you are not only instructed in theory but you actually get to fly an airbus simulator. It will mostly be the A320, but can also be the 330, 340 or 380, depending on availibility.
If this interests you, go to the courses page of the ANI website and look for "understanding the cockpit side". All info you need is there and downloadable and you can register directly for the course, that takes place in December in the Lufthansa Simulator Center at Frankfurt Airport.
The second course is a one day instruction covering the Quality Assurance Process for Flight Procedure Design with the help of a real world example. Furthermore it covers regulatory oversight aspects of the process. As it is a one-day course we will not ask participants to come to us, we offer to come to you. So please request the course to be held on-site.
Same here: all info is available in the "Courses" section on the ANI website for download. Look for "QA and regulatory oversight".