World Aviation Training Conference and Tradeshow is a 3 day event being held from May 2 - 4, 2017 at the Rosen Shingle Creek in Orlando, Florida.This event showcases products like venue for networking and socializing with top training companies, manufacturers and suppliers in the Railway, Shipping & Aviation industry.
The aviation training industry continues to deal with enormous growth prospects, while embracing new aircraft technologies and dealing with a challenging business and demographic environment. As ever, the challenge is to embrace training "best practice", maximize personnel transfer-of-training, and achieve optimum human performance and operational safety. WATS 2017 will look into all of these aspects through five conference streams focusing on different areas of the aviation industry.
Why attend WATS 2017?
WATS is the world’s largest gathering of aviation training professionals from airlines, regulators, training providers and industry with more than 1,100 expected from 46 countries over three days of conference and tradeshow. WATS offers a relaxed yet professional environment conducive with developing new and building existing business relationships. WATS offers unrivalled opportunities to meet with your peers from the senior echelons of the international airline training community, to discuss the latest training issues and consider and learn how others have addressed and resolved these scenarios.
Receptions, lunches, coffee breaks and the WATS 2017 Golf Tournament are all designed to break down any existing barriers between the different industry groups present at WATS. The aim is to increase the sense of community at the event and aid professional discussion. All WATS participants will have full access to all meals, conference sessions and the exhibit hall.
Monday, May 1st: Golf Tournament & Industry Meetings
Tuesday, May 2nd: - Thursday May 4th: Conference & Exhibition Open
CAT, The Journal for Civil Aviation Training, is the world's leading magazine for airline simulation and training. CAT Magazine showcases the latest training practices for pilots, cabin crew and maintainers throughout the civil airline industry. Every issue of the magazine contains at least five major articles on training around the world with an extended news and analysis section, event reviews and an industry calendar. It also supports the global airline training community with comprehensive coverage of international airline training challenges and effective training solutions.