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Aerosim to Present at Asian Pacific Airline Training Symposium – APATS 2011 – in Bangkok
Burnsville, MN – September 13, 2011 – Aerosim is exhibiting at Asian Pacific Airline Training Symposium – APATS 2011 from September 20-21, 2011 in Bangkok, Thailand. APATS will explore expertise in aviation flight training and simulation for the Asia pacific Region.
Aerosim will present during the symposium on “The Formula for Success in Ab-initio Flight Training.” Mark Sawyer, Vice President Sales and Marketing at Aerosim, will discuss how Aerosim has expanded the Traditional Methodology for ESL Cadets. He will review Aerosim’s Methodology and how they are continuously helping the students to be more prepared at the end of the training as they enter their airline careers.
“With the pilot shortage crisis looming we are working hard with students all over the world to help increase pilot training. When Asian students come to Aerosim we are very sensitive to the fact that most cadets did not have to speak English fluently and this led us to search for other solutions,” said Mark Sawyer. “At Aerosim, we realize the need for not only quality training but also providing a safe and culturally enriching experience for our Asian students. In my discussion at APATS I will be addressing the complex challenges of delivering these expectations to our students and open the communication channels with our partners in Asia.”
The objective of APATS 2011 is to present and discuss best practice in the evolution of technology, regulation and instructional methods, and conference sessions will draw on both regional and global expertise. The overall aim of the event is to assist regional carriers in developing their training as a key element of their overall safety maintenance and improvement objective.
Aerosim delivers leading edge training services and technologies that provide value through customized training solutions. The company is dedicated to innovation that is supported by a strong foundation of simulation-based training products in use with commercial air carriers and training organizations worldwide. Headquartered in Minneapolis, Minn., Aerosim has three major focus areas that include: Primary Pilot Training through Certified Flight Instructor at Aerosim Flight Academy, type rating services for initial and recurrent training through Aerosim Training Solutions and simulation-based technologies provided by Aerosim Technologies, which supports pilot training curriculums. For more information, please visit www.aerosim.com.