Maintenance: Vast potential for computer-based training

Sweetman, Bill
November 1993
Interavia Business & Technology;Nov93, Vol. 48 Issue 572, p41
Discusses the potential growth of computer-based training (CBT) for airline maintenance personnel. Acceptance of CBT for flight training; Wicat Systems and The Roach Organization; Reasons to apply CBT for maintenance; Costs of training maintenance people on a flight simulator; Outlook for maintenance CBT.


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