Pilot Network, a global platform that helps future and current pilots to identify training needs has partnered with psychological assessment provider Symbiotics, to offer a range of Pilot Aptitude Assessments.
The new partnership will see Pilot Network offer Symbiotics’ Pilot Aptitude Practice Tests on their website to help members better prepare for their assessments. Members will be able to access guidance and material on how to prepare for Pilot Aptitude Tests and interviews ahead of applying to a flight school for pilot training. The practice tests will help candidates familiarise themselves with the testing process and identify areas that may require development before taking their assessment with an airline or ATO.
Pilot Network Co-Founder William Mallard said, “We are delighted to be partnering with Symbiotics to help our users prepare themselves for both their flight training journeys and airline assessment processes. We recognize the importance of aptitude testing in identifying and challenging the key skills, attributes, and competencies required of flight school students and airline pilots.” He added that the partnership will enable Pilot Network to continue growing the range of guidance and advice available on their platform.
Symbiotics’ Technical Director, Richard Brecknell, also expressed excitement about the partnership, stating that practice tests would help candidates determine their strengths and weaknesses and reduce anxiety about the assessment process. He added that the partnership with Pilot Network aligns with their mission to provide world-leading assessment products and support aspiring pilots in their journey to active flying.
In conclusion, the partnership between Pilot Network and Symbiotics aims to offer aspiring pilots a comprehensive platform to access guidance and material on how to prepare for Pilot Aptitude Tests and interviews. The partnership will provide candidates with valuable experience in the testing process, enabling them to identify areas that may require development before taking their assessment with an airline or ATO.