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Aviation training offered online

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Aviation training offered online - Business aviation publisher
Tatjana Obrazcova
Source: FlyCorporate

Corporate Flight Training has launched an E-Learning Portal and is now offering a number of aviation training courses online. The E-learning program portal compliments the current range of training programs offered.

“We use an E-learning program to back up the classroom delivery of our food safety program; however, the addition of the portal ensures that we are able to satisfy the demand for training in a convenient manner,” Corporate Flight Training Head of Training Yasmin Milner says. “Technology and learning methods have changed; most people today are comfortable using online E-learning platforms. This offers us the opportunity to reach our clients wherever they are located and to stay on the forefront of effective training delivery”

The online training catalogue will include a range of courses covering topics such as food safety specifics, food handling, aviation safety and inflight service modules. All participants will receive a certification. Additional programs will be added to the portal.



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