1st September 2020
Following the successful completion of its first online synchronous Boeing 787-8/9/10 +T1000 & GENX course, BSA has announced its COVID-compliant training schedule for the rest of 2020.
Starting on 28th September, BSA will be offering two Boeing B737NG (600/700/800/900 – CFM56) B1/B2 Combined Type courses. These will be delivered concurrently with one course running at the training school at London Luton Airport, whilst the other is delivered online, aimed primarily at international candidates who are unable to travel.
In October, there will be two online synchronous courses running, for Boeing 737 MAX Differences and Boeing 787 8/9/10 + T1000 & GENX respectively.
Delivered by Boeing trained instructors from its facility at London Luton Airport, using a mix of shared screen and live classroom streaming, BSA Type Training courses will provide attending B1/B2 engineers with the necessary theoretical training, group learning and revision sessions and examinations. The final practical elements will be delivered on the relevant aircraft, in accordance with health and safety protocols.
Shonu Bamrah, Chief Executive Officer of BSA, said that the training company was focused on supporting the varied training needs of the aviation industry, whilst helping airlines and MROs to reduce costs:
“BSA has been in advanced discussions with a number of international customers regarding online and virtual reality based training, in response to the economic challenges faced by the industry. This process has been accelerated by the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, so BSA’s successful introduction of a synchronous online platform is an important step forward in the development of innovative new approaches to cost-efficient mandated training.”
“Whilst we anticipated increased demand for distance learning solutions, face-to-face training is still in high demand, so we expect our 737NG course to be well received.”
In accordance with government restrictions, BSA has implemented a low-density classroom configuration of up to nine students, as opposed to previous intakes of 16, in order to comply with social distancing procedures and ensure it is a ‘COVID Secure’ training environment. Additional health protection measures are also in place, including visitor temperature checks, ‘smart’ pathways, hand sanitising stations and use of face coverings.
Every student who completes a BSA training course successfully is entitled to become a ‘BSA Ambassador.’ This enables them to receive a referral commission of 5% of the course cost booked by any future students, following an introduction by a BSA Ambassador.
Book now for courses starting on 28th September:
Online Boeing 737 MAX Differences – starts 26th October
Online Boeing 787 (RR Trent & GENX) – starts 19th October
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