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Symbiotics and Aviation Job Search partner to provide ADAPT practice pilot aptitude assessments to candidates

Jamie Reddish | 13.12.2021

Aviation Job Search, the leading job board for the aviation industry, and Symbiotics, the provider of ADAPT Aviation Psychological Assessments have partnered to provide a range of pilot aptitude practice tests to both qualified pilots looking for a new position and future pilots looking to start their careers within aviation.

Pilot aptitude tests are a common part of a person's journey to becoming a pilot, being used by airlines and flight schools to predict a candidate's likelihood to be successful in the flight training process. Also, fully qualified pilots looking for new jobs are likely to encounter pilot aptitude tests, as increasingly airlines are using these to ensure compliance with the psychological element of the recently introduced EASA Aircrew Medical Fitness Regulation.

The partnership will see Aviation Job Search offering Symbiotics' Pilot Aptitude Practice Tests to their members, through their Career Hub launched in Winter 2021, to help them to prepare for their assessments. The practice tests help candidates to familiarise themselves with the testing process and identify any areas that may require further work prior to taking their assessment with an airline or ATO.

Hannah Davies, Managing Director at Symbiotics added "Preparation is hugely important in the pilot aptitude testing process and we look forward to working with Aviation Job Search to help both qualified and future pilots to prepare for their pilot aptitude assessments. The practice tests can help to remove any test anxiety that a person may have and help them to perform to the best of their ability on the day."

Dave Capper, Director of Aviation Job Search said "Here at Aviation Job Search we are very happy to be partnering with Symbiotics to best help the professionals within the industry feel as confident as possible when the industry picks up again. We have aligned values in that we want to see both the industry, and the professionals within it, develop."