Leading Low Cost Carrier (LCC), Air Arabia, has moved to a 100% electronic training environment by implementing Peak Pacific’s ‘clear’ Training Management System. The airline completed its transition from a fully paper-based environment to fully electronic in March 2016 – it had earlier received approval from the GCAA for the operational use of the ‘clear’ system. The move is part of Air Arabia’s shift to a scalable and evidence-based solution, as part of its overall strategy.
Captain Sami SLIM, (Manager Training) for Air Arabia shared the significance of the move. “Till a year ago, we were filing 240 forms a month on simulator training and 260 forms from line training. Today, we are 100% electronic. The ‘clear’ system allows us to manage training schedules, conduct training assessments, grade students (online/offline) and report on the many data sets available within the system against various groups and company benchmarks, thereby providing evidence-based data from the training performance. This has enabled our training team to focus on analysing and acting upon the data,” he elaborated.
Peak Pacific Founder and CEO Kishor Mistry commented; “We are delighted that Air Arabia believed in our technology-enabled learning environment and became the first airline to adapt and get GCAA approval for our EBT software product “clear” to change the way Air Arabia conducts training assessments. It is always a pleasure to see when an investment into a product pays off and helps our customers make a real difference. Whether that is saving the environment by going paperless, changing business processes for efficiency or being able to support the airline with data that provides quality training information for trainers, trainees and regulatory body, as these all go hand in hand”.
Air Arabia selected Peak Pacific as a key partner for Learning and Learning Technology solutions in 2014. “Since then, Peak Pacific has provided a high level of guidance and confidence in terms of what is possible by implementing a blended learning technology solution, using online Learning, mobile-based programs, and systems that have offline and online capabilities. With Peak Pacific’s global knowledge in the aviation Learning space and their expertise in Learning Technologies, we are pleased to be working as partners and look forward to implementing other world class solutions over the coming years,” said Captain Sami.
About Air Arabia
Air Arabia, the Middle East and North Africa’s first and largest Low Cost Carrier (LCC), flying to over 101 destinations spread across the Middle East, North Africa, Asia and Europe. Air Arabia is the first publicly listed airline in the region providing the carrier an independent path to growth and profitability. Air Arabia offers comfort, reliable and value for money air travel across the network and with the value preposition “More than Just Low Fares”.
Air Arabia is not only committed to providing affordable air travel but is also dedicated to uplifting the lives of those who are less fortunate. Taking responsibility and lead on social needs of local and international communities has been part of our success. To this end, the carrier has implemented a corporate social responsibility (CSR) program for sustainable development with an emphasis on providing better education and healthcare for underprivileged communities.
About Peak Pacific Limited
Peak Pacific is a global leader in providing Learning consultancy, products, solutions and professional services for the Aerospace, Transportation and Logistics industries, among other compliance verticals. With offices in Hong Kong, India, Singapore, UK, and partners in Europe and the USA, Peak Pacific is able to reach out to customers and provide a personal service.
Peak Pacific is an ISO 2008:9001 certified company with over 30 years of management and solution experience in the aviation, learning and development space, consistently delivering high quality Learning products and solutions for customers satisfied around the world.
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