The EATS is the largest European learning & development event for the airline industry. This year’s theme of the EATS is ‘Adapting Training to the Rapidly Changing European Airline Industry’. Adaptive learning fits well in this theme and Marco van Sterkenburg, CEO and co-founder of Drillster, will present how adaptive learning technology can meet these ongoing and rapidly changing requirements in airline training programs.
The 2017 EATS will be held in Berlin on the 31st of October and the 1st of November 2017. The airline industry is, more than any other industry, faced with regularly changing circumstances. New laws and regulations, new safety procedures, or new products. How can airlines ensure that their staff always work on the basis of the most accurate and latest information and that they can apply it when they perform their jobs?
Drillster’s adaptive learning platform combines cognitive research with new technology to offer an innovative way of continuous learning. The approach of personalized learning in small, regular intervals enables airlines to immediate modify training programs if rules, regulations, products, services or a security policy change.
As a result of adaptive learning, airline employees have permanent knowledge levels year-round instead of a knowledge peak around the moment of the recurrent exam.
Our presentation on adaptive learning technology for airline training programs shows interesting insights in evidence-based learning, instructional design techniques, mobile learning, and microlearning. In addition, Roel van Leeuwen, manager crew safety & security training of KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, will share his view on and experience with adaptive learning.
We invite you to join our presentation on Tuesday the 31st of October at 2 pm in the Cabin Crew Conference.
You are more than welcome to visit our booth 507 for a demo and coffee or join us for a drink Tuesday afternoon at our 4 pm Drillster networking get-together.