AICC

Aviation Industry CBT Committee

The Aviation Industry CBT Committee is a nonprofit, membership-driven consortium dedicated to helping the training community get the most out of training technology.  We do that by bringing together trainers, courseware developers, software vendors, simulator designers and airframe manufacturers to develop standards, technology recommendations and analysis of best practices.


 

Latest News and Announcements:

AICC at WATS2014 - Orlando, Florida  (April 1-3rd, 2013) : The AICC will be hosting a panel discussion at WATS 2014 titled “Mobile Technology & e-Learning for Air Carriers”.   The panel will be made up of highly experienced aviation training experts and should not be missed !     See this link for WATS 2014  Pilot Conference

AICC at EATS 2013 - Berlin, Germany  (October 29-30th, 2013) : The AICC will be hosting a panel discussion at EATS 2013 titled “Everything you wanted to know about training but were afraid to ask”.   The panel will be made up of highly experienced aviation training experts and should not be missed !     See this link for EATS2013 Pilot Conference

AICC 25th Anniversary Meeting - Miami, FL (June 18 - 20, 2013) : The AICC will be celebrating its 25th anniversary this year !  To mark this event, Boeing Flight Services is hosting this very special AICC meeting at its Miami training Campus .   See this link for meeting details.  

AICC Presentations at Learning Solutions 2013 (March 13 & 14) : The AICC will be holding CMI-5 and general information sessions at Learning Solutions 2013 in Orlando, FL on March 13 & 14.   See this link for conference details.

eLearning Age Magazine, December/January 2013 Issue):  In the "Tin Can alloy",  Fiona Leteney describes how the AICC has redirected its CMI-5 initiative to build on the ADL's "Tin Can" (Experience) API . Click here to see full article    See http://www.elearningage.co.uk/  for the complete Issue.

October 31, 2012 - ADL Initiative and AICC Collaborate on the Experience API


 

 

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