Learning Management System
CaptainPilot LMS platform SCORM has the technical standard for E-learning software, which stands for Sharable Content Object Reference Model. Specifically, SCORM manages how online learning content and Learning Management Systems (LMS) communicate with each other.
CaptainPilot works with TalentLMS, a powerful LMS platform used by many companies worldwide with the SCORM standard. TalentLMS is a simple, reliable, easy-to-use interactive learning platform that helps train hundreds of people in multiple locations. With LMS for mobile learning, remote areas with limited connectivity are no longer a barrier to education. Users can download courses, complete them offline, and sync their progress when they're back online.
CaptainPilot Aviation English training content works on every IOS device. It offers quality education on tablets or laptops. The most important feature of the mobile app is that it lets you continue learning while being offline. You can download a course, get on a plane (or on a train or in a submarine), complete your training and then synchronize with the server when you get online.
TalentLMS for Android provides a content-rich learning experience optimized for Android devices. The internal name for this feature is Content Downloader, and as the name suggests, it ensures that the content in the user's Courses is always made available on the mobile device (for both online and offline use, if possible) as soon as the user looks at it.
English Language Proficiency for Aeronautical Communication
Aeronautical Standard Phraseology
Aviation English Exam Practice
Aviation English Language Proficiency Test
AVIATION ENGLISH FOR PILOTS AND TRAFFIC CONTROLLERS
Required Navigation Performance Training
Crew Resource Management
AVIATION ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY TEST
Performance Based Navigation Training
All Weather Operation Training
Extended Operations Training
Airborne Collision Avoidance System Training
Continuous Descent & Climb Operations Training
European Reduced Vertical Separation Minimum Training