easyJet Flight Operations Director heads speakers at Pilot Careers Live Virtual

Capt David Morgan easyJetCaptain David Morgan, Director of Flight Operations at easyJet, is one of the top airline industry experts speaking at Pilot Careers Live Virtual, coming up on Friday-Saturday, 6-7 November 2020.

Capt Morgan will be speaking on the subject of Aviation, Sustainability and Future Technology, just one of the many live and interactive seminars and presentations taking place over the two days.

As well as the live sessions, there will also be a virtual exhibition hall where visitors can see what aviation companies including Approved Training Organisations (ATOs) have to offer anyone considering a career in aviation. The virtual stands will also have an interactive chat facility for one-to-one sessions where you can ask any question you like.

The live sessions will be broadcast on the Pilot Careers Live Virtual website and you can ask questions via live chat during the presentations. Taking part in the seminars is free – all you have to do is register on the Pilot Careers Live Virtual website here.

The full and final list of seminars is still being finalised but it’s looking like this (note: times and titles subject to possible change):

Dealing with the Covid Crisis
Covid is affecting every part of aviation and anyone planning a career, or in training, needs to factor the changes into their thinking. We talk to aviation industry experts, many of whom have lived through previous significant downturns, to get their thoughts.

CAA 2021 and beyond
We’re just weeks away from significant political change. How will Brexit affect you, licensing, and commercial aviation.

Aviation, sustainability and future technology
The airline industry is working hard to reduce its environmental impact. Captain David Morgan, Director Flight Operations at easyJet,  looks to the future of commercial aviation.

The training routes
There are many routes to the cockpit and finding the path that works best for you is your first critical aviation decision. We talk to a panel of cadets about their choices and experiences.

Selection is a key part of any pilot’s life and it starts with the ATO. We’ll be exploring what selection is, how it works and how best to prepare.

ATPL Ground School
The Theory course for an Airline Transport Pilot Licence is the first, and for many the most mysterious, part of commercial flight training. There are significant changes underway, both practical and political. Find out what to expect and learn about the choices.

It’s now essential that future airline pilots undertake Upset Recovery Training. The UK’s leading specialist in UPRT training will explain the what, why and how.

Pilot and Cadet welfare
Aviation is a high stress industry and looking after yourself should begin even before your first training steps. Leading wellness experts in the aviation sector will give the background and some simple strategies.

We’ll have several Q&A opportunities each day so you’ll be able to interact with the speakers to find the information that you need.

Just a reminder, the times and titles could change. For final, firm times and subjects, check the Pilot Careers Live Virtual schedule closer to the event. To attend any of these seminars, you need to register here.