Modernising initial training for ATPL, MPL and CPL commercial pilots (aeroplanes/helicopters) – Workshop for Approved Training Organisations and NAAs

As part of the paradigm shift in initial training for commercial pilots EASA has introduced new learning objectives for Area 100 KSA (Knowledge, Skills and Attitude) which seek to ensure the appropriate integration of various topics from across the theoretical knowledge course while also developing students’ core competencies.

Area 100 KSA should be regarded as a concept underlying the whole theoretical knowledge training system. It is a training philosophy which will be holistically integrated into and throughout the entire training syllabus, and is expected to prepare future pilots not only for the moment of examination, but also for their future career.

To support the implementation of Area 100 KSA into theoretical knowledge training, EASA is organising a workshop on courses for the ATPL(A), ATPL (H/IR), ATPL(H), CPL(A) and CPL(H) licences.

This workshop represents a unique opportunity for Approved Training Organisations (ATOs) and National Aviation Authorities (NAAs) to gain a better understanding into the expectations of the applicable AMCs and GM published in ED Decision 2018/001/R. With this event EASA is providing support to both groups of stakeholders with the implementation of this new concept in theoretical knowledge training. Through detailed technical presentations and question & answer discussion sessions those attending will gain an insight into how to effectively implement Area 100 KSA.

For more information and to register online, please visit EASA’s event page on the website.

We look forward to seeing you at the workshop.