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Royal Jordanian Airlines selects CPaT Global for Distance Learning

Posted 18 November 2016 · Add Comment

CPaT, a provider of distance learning courses for the airline and aviation industries, has been selected by Royal Jordanian to provide tailored Distance Learning Solutions for its pilot training needs.

Royal Jordanian will employ CPaT’s Learning Management System (LMS) to provide classroom and mobile training for all of its Airbus 320 family, 330, Boeing 787 and Embraer 190/175 pilots. 

Capt. Greg Darrow, CPaT Global’s VP of sales and marketing states: “CPaT is pleased to have been chosen to support Royal Jordanian, one of Jordan’s premier airlines. Royal Jordanians’ commitment to advanced training solutions provides their pilots with the best quality A320, A330, B787 and EMB 190/175 training while allowing the pilots to study anywhere on any device.”

Royal Jordanian has implemented CPaT’s advanced Distance Learning Solutions including the Airbus 320 family, 330, Boeing 787 and Embraer 190/175 systems courses, as well as LMS tools, dynamic exam generator system, and Airbus 320 and Boeing 787 interactive classroom.”

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