CAE partners with The LOSA Collaborative to enhance pilot training and aviation safety


2021/01/22 | 439 words | AEROCONTACT | INDUSTRY / TECHNOLOGY
CAE partners with The LOSA Collaborative to enhance pilot training and aviation safety © CAE

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“We are thrilled to continue to shape the future of pilot training with partnerships like the one we now have with The LOSA Collaborative. This partnership brings safety auditing expertise to our customers and will also reinforce our CAE Rise Training System™,” said Nick Leontidis, CAE’s Group President, Civil Aviation Training Solutions. “Collecting data and insights from line operations and training is key to the development and assessment of pilot competencies. We are bringing pilot training full circle by closing the loop between operations and training data. This enables us to further build a robust data-driven training ecosystem that will support continuous improvement, provide a true measure of the effectiveness of training, and have a positive impact on aviation safety worldwide.”

“The LOSA Collaborative’s audit findings from 85 airlines, helicopter, and military operators  around the world combined with CAE’s training data will allow operators, instructional systems designers, safety and quality practitioners to focus their work on data driven threats to aviation safety,” said Dr. James Klinect, the Founder and CEO of The LOSA Collaborative. “With our partnership with CAE, we are formally bridging the gap between proactive safety data and training solutions.  There is nothing else like it in the aviation industry.”

About The LOSA Collaborative

The LOSA Collaborative is dedicated to the continuous improvement of global aviation safety. As the premier provider of Line Operations Safety Audit (LOSA) and Threat and Error Management (TEM) education, implementation and benchmarking, The LOSA Collaborative  delivers with the highest levels of quality and integrity and offer the best customer service. The LOSA Collaborative has a distinguished group of experts in flight operations, data collection, analysis and statistical validation is led by Dr. James Klinect, one of the original developers of LOSA and TEM.

About CAE

CAE is a high technology company, at the leading edge of digital immersion, providing solutions to make the world a safer place. Backed by a record of more than 70 years of industry firsts, we continue to reimagine the customer experience and revolutionize training and operational support solutions in civil aviation, defence and security, and healthcare. We are the partner of choice to customers worldwide who operate in complex, high-stakes and largely regulated environments, where successful outcomes are critical. As testament to our customers’ ongoing needs for our solutions, over 60 percent of CAE’s revenue is recurring in nature. We have the broadest global presence in our industry, with approximately 10,000 employees, 160 sites, and training locations in over 35 countries.

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