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CPaT signs distance learning contract with Air Tanzania

Posted 6 April 2021 · Add Comment

CPaT Global, a provider of distance learning for the airline and aviation industry, has been awarded a new contract by Air Tanzania for the provision of distance learning solutions.

 

CPaT signs distance learning contract with Air Tanzania including for B787 fleet. Image:  Air Tanzania

The solutions include; Aircraft Systems courses, Interactive Diagrams, Aircraft Procedures, CPaT’s General Subjects library, and Invent, CPaT’s new, software development platform.

 

Air Tanzania will use CPaT’s curriculum to train on the A320, Q300, Q400, and B787 fleets.

 

“We are very excited to be providing our comprehensive portfolio of distance learning to Air Tanzania,” said Capt. Greg Darrow, vice president of sales, CPaT. “They will have everything they need at their fingertips to provide enhanced, reliable training—including the ability to self-edit and modify our courses and their own content through CPaT Invent.”

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