20
MAY
2019
to
21
MAY
2019

Workshop on Competency Based Training and Assessment (CBTA), including Evidence Based Training (EBT)

Description
This workshop will be dedicated to the development and implementation of Competency Based Training and Assessment (CBTA) for pilots, including Evidence Based Training (EBT). 

The outcome should align the different interpretations and expectations of this concept from the various stakeholders’ perspectives. 

The aim is to hold an interactive workshop attended by representatives from the commercial air transport community, training organisations and National Aviation Authorities (NAAs). The workshop will give the opportunity to exchange views with industry and NAA representatives across Europe.

As for previous workshops, the intent is to have industry and NAAs presenting practical implementation issues and to allow for broad discussions. This is an opportunity to raise relevant issues with EASA while the workshop will also allow to share best practices across the industry.

The topics for discussion will focus on the main aspects of CBTA development, implementation and on the evaluation of the available methodologies and practices. The draft agenda will be published in due course. 

Date & time
Please note change of day for event.
Day 1, 20/05/2019, 10:00 - 17:30 
Day 2, 21/05/2019, 09:00 - 17:00

Registration
Registration closed. No further registrations are accepted.

Cancellations
Cancellation notifications must be sent as soon as possible in writing to anna [dot] praska [at] easa [dot] europa [dot] eu.

Cancellation of an accepted registration can be made until Monday, 06/05/2019 (inclusively) and will incur a 25% non-refundable administrative fee per cancelled registration. 
Delegates who request a cancellation after this date or delegates who fail to attend without prior notice are liable for the full attendance fee. 

Refunds of fees will be made after the workshop.

The attendance fee will not be prorated should delegates not attend the entire conference.

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