CPaT Global, In Partnership with Flightline Training Services, Releases Advanced Boeing 737-NG Maintenance Training Course

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Houston, Texas USA –CPaT Global, in partnership with Flightline Training Services, is pleased to announce the release of the advanced Boeing 737-NG maintenance training course. This new advanced maintenance course is designed to meet various regulatory standards and includes 80 hours of academic instruction specifically designed to exceed the requirements for ATA specification 104-Level 2. Course content includes a complete description of all systems for the Boeing 737-NG including avionics, airframe, and powerplant systems.

CPaT’s new maintenance course combines the best of Flightline Training Services traditional lecture based instructional methods with the latest computer-based training and delivery methods.  This HTML 5, Scorm 2004 compliant course operates across multiple platforms including iPad, Android, MAC and PC devices

The CEO of Flightline Training Services, Phyl Durdey, states “The blending of CPaT’s world class computer-based training with Flightline’s courseware provides the operator with an industry leading training option. We are very proud of the results of our collaboration.”

Kent Morrison, CPaT’s Vice President of Operations and Software Development, states “Offering students access to this maintenance learning course, both on-line and offline, that offers the advanced learning tools CPaT is well known for, allows airlines to manage training in the most efficient and cost-effective way.” 

CPaT Global, the world’s leading provider of distance learning courses for the airline and aviation industry, provides products and services for most transport category fleet types including a full catalog of specialty training and general subjects.  Courses can be delivered both on-line and off-line on multiple platforms including iPad, PC, iOS, and Android tablets. CPaT’s customers include the world’s premier airlines, airline training organizations, governments, corporate flight departments, universities and flight training academies. 

Flightline Training Services is Canada’s largest approved Maintenance Training Organization, currently serving its 145 customers in 42 countries on 40 commercial aircraft types. Flightline is Transport Canada, EASA, GCAA approved and recognized in 25 countries.

For further information on CPaT Global products and services, please visit http://www.cpat.com

Media Contact:

Gregory Darrow

Vice President of Sales and Marketing

Phone: 720-341-9357

GDarrow@CPaT.com

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