AQT at WATS 2016 World Aviation Training Conference and Tradeshow, Shingle Creek Report, Orlando, Florida April 18-21 – AQT Solutions is proud to be exhibiting ATMS (Advanced Training Management System) for the 16th year in a row at WATS 2016, the World Aviation Training Conference and Tradeshow, April 18-21. WATS is the world’s largest and best conference for military and commercial aviation training professionals. Last year at WATS 2015 was truly an exciting experience for AQT Solutions being able to demonstrate our understanding of an integrated approach to commercial and aviation training management systems.
For those of you who will be fortunate enough to attend WATS, please stop by AQT Solutions’ Booth #114 to view the latest and greatest ATMS features and benefits displayed on our interactive 80 inch Smart TV. We are a leading provider of comprehensive and cost-effective regulatory-based training management systems for Commercial Aviation, Military and Defense, Highway, Railroad, Maritime and multi-modal transportation companies, as well as companies requiring general Dangerous Goods compliance training. ATMS is an enterprise-wide, integrated solution that manages training programs delivered through onsite instructor-led and eLearning models. Additionally, instructors can use <span style=”color: #ff5400;”><a style=”color: #ff5400;” href=”http://www.aqtsolutions.com/my-atms-mobile-training-management-software/”>MyATMS Mobile</a></span> to grade on the mobile device while disconnected from the network.</blockquote><a/></p></span>
According to Halldale Media, “the aviation training industry continues to deal with enormous growth prospects, while embracing new aircraft technologies and dealing with a challenging business environment. As ever, the challenge is to embrace training “best practice”, maximise personnel transfer-of-training, and achieve optimum human performance and operational safety. It is therefore appropriate that the overall theme of WATS 2016 is “Optimizing Blended Learning and Training Technology.”