Astrom Training Solutions Announces New Boeing 787-9 Courseware
Astrom Training Solutions, a prominent player in providing Aviation Training LMS Software and Coursewares, announced the release of their new CBT courseware for the Boeing 787-9 in accordance with the latest version of the FCOM manual. The new B787-9 courseware contains comprehensive knowledge points with current and highly relevant information compared with traditional courseware. The followings are some highlights:
1. Overview of Each Chapter
The purpose of the chapter overview is to enable students to quickly gain an intuitive understanding of chapter contents, rather than launching directly into technical knowledge. Chapter summary content provides the following advantages:
- the design principles and advantages of each system
- expanded knowledge points
- anatomical diagrams of parts vividly displayed to increase visual engagement
2. QRH Index After Each Chapter
The significance of the QRH index is to ensure students understand the meaning of EICAS information in abnormal situations more quickly and intuitively, and the checklist also serves as a convenient reference for pilots.
3. Utilization of High Definition 3D Models
The courseware is created in a full 3D virtual environment, with life-like 1:1 features that truly re-create the relevant system components of a Boeing B787-9. The rich 3D graphics makes the explanation of the courseware principles clear and accurate. Also, by using 3D models with optional components, customized versions of the courseware can be generated quickly and easily.
4. Fully Customizable
This course is not an off-the-shell product, but serves as a baseline that each client can customize to meet their training requirements. Astrom’s courseware can be customized to show airline branding, emphasize specific aircraft features, and create a unique learning experience for your pilots.
Source: Astrom Training Solutions Press Release
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