ATO at EATS Programme
Recognising the important role that Flight Academy ATOs have in providing future pilots in sufficient numbers and of a quality suitable to move on to commercial multi-engine jet operations, Halldale introduced a special ATO programme for EATS 2022.
The programme was designed for key staff from FA ATOs to join us at EATS by providing relevant content in the pilot conference with a dedicated ATO breakout session running alongside the main conference.
ATO Breakout Session
1) Thomas Leoff, Chair, International Association of Aviation Personnel Schools (IAAPS)
Challenges and Possible Solutions for Commercial Pilot Training in 2023 and Beyond
2) Audrey Jeffroy, Sales Director, ALSIM Simulators
Advanced Simulation in the Context of Sustainability
3) Captain Colin Rydon, CEO, Pilot Flight Academy
How Easy is it Finding the Next Generation of Commercial Pilots?
The EATS 2022 pilot conference programme also contained Flight Academy ATO relevant content such as:
- Airlines Involvement in Ab-Initio Training: A Recipe for Success
Capt. Hugues Carpentier, Head of Training, Egnatia Aviation
- Evidence-Based Training Concepts Implemented on the First EASA Qualified Virtual Reality Training Device
Fabian Riesen, CEO, VRM Switzerland
- Aircrew Performance Coaching – Allowing Pilots to Teach Themselves
Captain Jason Davenhill, Flying Instructor & Performance Coach & Supervisor, Inflow Performance Ltd.
- Moving the Female Pilot Agenda Forward
Sarah Barry, Director of Education & Senior Lecturer Aviation / Airline Pilot, Buckinghamshire New University
- Training the Next Generation
Captain Peter Hogston, Head of Training, L3Harris Commercial Training Solutions
- Evaluating Pilots: A Flaw in Judgement
Captain Lex Rock Heemstra, Human Factors Specialist, Independent Human Factors
- Defining, Operationalising and Empowering Resilience Building in Pilots
Stuart Beech, CEO & Founder, Resilient Pilot & Aedrian Bekker, Director, Organisation Solution & Business Development, Centre for Aviation Psychology