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Assessment For The Aviation Sector: A New Era
A new assessment for the aviation sector will be presented at the AIR Convention (26-27 Sept). Learn more about our tools. https://bit.ly/2DkDnmZ
Taking job profiling in the airline industry to the next level
Checking in: the crucial competencies for pilots
Training pilots is expensive. Airlines will invest significant sums in providing intensive study, simulator sessions and flight training to develop their cadets and first officers into captains....
New test assesses the listening and multitasking abilities of flight crews
A new multitasking test which assesses the listening, concentration and reaction abilities of captains, first officers and cadets has been launched by cut-e, the international assessment specialist.
New study aims to address pilot selection problems as airline’s step up recruitment campaigns
Finding the right flight deck crew isn’t an easy task. There’s a worldwide shortage of qualified pilots and it’s coming at a time when the demand for air travel is surging. Airline recruiters then...
Study reveals the competencies that will help airlines to recruit flight crew
The specific competencies and behaviours that airline captains, first officers and cadets need to successfully undertake their jobs are revealed in a new research study from international...
scales xw - Complex Control
scales xw assesses eye-hand coordination. The candidate is required to ‘fly’ in a simulated tube and must avoid colliding with rotating objects by navigating across the screen. This test takes just th
scales nav - Sense of Direction
scales nav assesses a candidate’s sense of direction. The candidate is required to determine the direction of a vehicle from the drivers point of view, after sudden changes in direction. This test tak
scales mt (avi) - Multi-tasking Capability
scales mt (avi) aptitude assesses the ability to multi-task in air traffic control related situations and has been customised for that purpose. Candidates are required to work through three tasks simu
Airline recruitment trends and challenges and how recruiters are responding
Job seekers are attracted to airlines because of their strong brands, the training they provide and the international career opportunities they offer. However, there are four clear characteristics...
Predicting who will be a successful pilot
Pilot Chesley Sullenberger was hailed as a national hero in the United States when he landed his stricken plane on the Hudson River in 2009, saving the lives of all passengers and crew. A new...
Study explains how to predict who will be a successful pilot
Airline recruiters can now select pilots by predicting which candidates will safely and successfully fulfil the different requirements of the role, according to a new white paper from cut-e, the...
Aviation experts examine cutting edge innovations in hiring and talent management at global summit in Abu Dhabi
Speakers from Aer Lingus, easyJet, Etihad Airways, Ryanair and other aviation specialists will highlight key issues and innovations in talent management, assessment, selection, recruitment and...
Etihad Airways discusses best practice of sourcing talent at the Global Aviation Talent Summit 2015
Etihad Airways joined airline HR and talent acquisition executives from around the world to discuss best practice in sourcing and attracting aviation professionals at the Global Aviation Talent...