Ryanair goes for e-learning across Europe

April 2004
IT Training;Apr2004, p8
Trade Publication
No-frills airline Ryanair PLC is setting up a paperless training environment. It is installing an e-learning suite that will manage and track all flight training for its 2,000 Ryanair and Buzz pilots and crew. The WBT Systems TopClass e-learning system will be accessible by all the airline's European bases. Ryanair instructors will be able to check all training online with instant access to individual history. The airline opted to go with WBT because it understand requirements to deliver a comprehensive solution on a fixed-price basis.


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