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CAE expands its e-Learning portfolio

May 19, 2009 – CAE has announced at the European Business Aviation Conference and Exhibition (EBACE) that it has expanded its portfolio of web based pilot and technical training courses for business aviation customers through its e-Learning training service.


May 19, 2009
By Administrator

May 19, 2009 – EBACE 2009, GENEVA, SWITZERLAND–(Marketwire – May 12, 2009) – CAE announced today at the European Business Aviation Conference and Exhibition (EBACE) that it has expanded its portfolio of web based pilot and technical training courses for business aviation customers through its e-Learning training service.

"CAE has focused on providing web-based courses and solutions customized for business aviation utilizing the same best-practices and solutions used in commercial aviation," said Jeff Roberts, CAE Group President, Civil Simulation Products, Training and Services. "We understand the value and operational effectiveness web-based training brings to customers and are working hard to continuously expand our offering."

CAE's e-Learning and courseware training solutions provide enhanced self-paced courses and practice tools for initial/transition, recurrent, refresher pilot and maintenance training. They can be integrated into a company's existing training program or offered as part of CAE's advanced training programs. These additional courses will all be accessible remotely via CAE's learning internet portal through CAE's Learning Management System (LMS).

CAE e-Learning courseware will now include:

Pilot GOS courses Pilot Type-specific courses
Aircraft Operations A320
Airports and Runways B737NG – BBJ
Basic Aerodynamics EMB 145
Charts, Maps and Airspace Falcon 7X/900X/2000EX IAST
Earth Orientation Phenom 100
Human Factors C172 Garmin G1000
Pre-Flight Planning Cessna 172S
Radios and Communications Hawker 800 (launch June 2009)
VFR Navigational Plotting
and Dead Reckoning
 
Weather Theory Technical Training Type-specific courses
TEM/CRM A320/B737 engine run-up
ADS-B B737NG engine run-up
Advanced Jet Upset Recovery Phenom 100 B1/B2
Basic Jet Upset Recovery EMB145
CAT  
Cold Weather Operations Technical Training GOS courses
Dangerous Goods Human Factors
ETOPS Maintenance Diagnostic Systems
High Altitude
Physiology/Weather/High Speed
Maintenance RVSM
LAHSO Digital Principles in Aircraft Maintenance
MEL/CDL ETOPS
Polar Routes Dangerous Goods (launch June 2009)
RNP  
RNP RNAV  
RVSM  
SMGCS  
TCAS II Version 7  

For further information on CAE's e-Learning solutions and to view the entire product offering visit www.caelearning.com .

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