A new initiative from Web Manuals is designed to empower ATO schools with a large number of students to go fully digital, easing the burden of manually editing instructor and operation manuals and course content.
Web Manuals is launching a student offer, with reduced rates for all approved training organisations. Flight training schools will now have access to the company’s all-in-one document management system, with licenses for two euros/dollars per reader. The initiative is designed to empower schools with a large number of students to go fully digital, easing the burden of manually editing instructor and operation manuals and course content.
CEO and founder Martin Lidgard says: “Training organisations are not exempt from the documentation headaches that plague the rest of the aviation community, with everything from instructor manuals and syllabuses to aircraft certificates and student forms needing to be checked and updated. We are pleased to be helping our ATO customers, enabling them to meet their students’ expectations for a consistent, all-in-one digital experience, while ensuring they stay up to date and compliant with course material and regulations.”
Seamless Communication For ATOs
Web Manuals allows aviation businesses to digitise their compliance, regulatory and operations documentation and manuals, meaning any updates can be completed and distributed across a company instantly. For ATOs using the technology, this ensures seamless communication between instructors, students and regulators.
Students can log in through the Web Manuals reader app or web-based reader interface and view all relevant documents, make personalized annotations and participate in course evaluations. They are also instantly alerted when changes have been made, making the learning process more efficient.
Read the article in Business Air News January 2021 Issue (Page 12).