‘Dealing With The Covid Crisis’ is the opening discussion for the first Pilot Careers Live Virtual event being held live on Friday and Saturday, 6-7 November.
A panel of experts from across aviation, including airlines and flight schools, will tackle the issue of the moment head-on, giving insight and practical advice for anyone considering a career in flying. Speakers include David Morgan of the airline, easyJet, and industry expert John Strickland.
A host of other seminars will follow over the two-day event. They 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.
As well as the seminars, there’s a virtual exhibitors’ hall where you can see what each Approved Training Organisation (ATO) is offering – courses, facilities, location etc – and also book a one-to-one chat with the ATO’s online staff.
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)
Friday, 6 November
1000 Dealing with the Covid crisis – panel discussion
1040 UK CAA: To 2021 and Beyond
1100 Aviation & Sustainability
1150 Future Shape of the Industry
1210 Pilot Outlook
1220 The Training Routes
1300 Multi-Pilot Licence (MPL)
1350 The Selection Process
1430 ATPL Theory/Ground School
1450 Upset Recovery Training (UPRT)
1510 The Training Journey: Personal Stories
1550 Type Ratings
Saturday, 7 November
1000 A Zero Carbon Future
1020 The Training Routes: Cadet Panel
1150 The Class 1 Medical
1210 Female pilots
1230 CV Clinic
1330 Drone Pilots
1350 Helicopter Pilots
1410 Corporate Pilots
1420 Flight Calibration
1500 Cadet Pilot Welfare
1540 So you’ve finished training… what now?
1620 Staying Connected with the Industry
1655 Final Wrap Up
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