2017 was the safest year ever for commercial aviation. Is the premise on which EBT was built still valid?
There’s a lot of excitement in the industry about Evidence Based Training (EBT) for pilots, but there’s also a lot of misunderstanding. Here are some ‘EBT Myths’ that I’ve heard.
We’ve been pleased be assisting EASA with the development of ‘Oversight guidance for transition to EBT Mixed Implementation’. The first version of this document was published in 2016. The intention was to help the ‘Competent Authorities’ of the various EASA Member States to have a common approach… Read More
Evidence Based Training is a new training programme for commercial air transport pilots. EBT has the potential to improve safety and efficiency. Implemented correctly it will mean that training resources (time and money) are deployed more effectively but the introduction of an EBT programme needs to be managed carefully.
On Wednesday 1st February EASA hosted the first workshop on the implementation of Evidence Based Training (EBT) at its new headquarters in Cologne.
‘Evidence Based Training’ (EBT) has been developed to match recurrent pilot training to the real risks of operating sophisticated aircraft in today’s demanding operational environment.