Symbiotics understand the vital importance of keeping up to date with the latest regulations and guidance across the aviation industry, both to
ensure that our services meet the requirements and also to allow us to provide a trusted advisor service to our clients. The third edition of IATA's
guidance material for Pilot Aptitude Testing (PAT) has been released this year, driven by the rapidly changing operational environment and recognising
the need to develop a set of defined competencies for future pilots. These competencies are to be deployed throughout the entire career, with assessment
of them intended to increase operation safety.
We have put together a response report to explore the questions posted by the guidance material, as well as to identify how our ADAPT system addresses
the requirements indicated, meaning you can have confidence in the Symbiotics solution.
Read our paper here to breakdown what the IATA guidelines mean for PAT and how Symbiotics are able to partner with you to provide a detailed
breakdown of candidates and their suitability for the training or operational pipeline to support your informed hiring decisions, whilst remaining
Symbiotics' ADAPT system supports and complements the different aspects of this guidance, allowing us to become a trusted partner to our clients as we
support you with the implementation of a secure, validated and robust PAT as part of your selection process. Supporting the eight pilot competencies
and IATA recommended measuring dimensions, Symbiotics can provide you with a bespoke ADAPT process designed to facilitate measurement of these whilst
addressing the ICAO pilot competencies.
Get in touch with one of the Symbiotics team to discuss your requirements and understand how we can help you comply with the IATA regulations through
implementation and support of your pilot aptitude testing process.