Safety and Human Performance

Being a professional pilot is a very demanding role. It links directly to an airline's financial health and passengers' safety.

Human error causes the majority of accidents as the growth of technological advancements accelerates. As a result, the need for a Pilot Aptitude Test (PAT) across the dimensions of performance potential, social interaction, and personality traits is undisputed.

Measuring Pilot Potential in Potential Pilots

Our PAT aligns with the latest International Air Transport Association (IATA) guidance material and best practices within aviation.

 

Before you invest in your pilot training, we assess your aptitude (English language proficiency, basic mental abilities, composite mental abilities, operational abilities, social-interpersonal abilities, and personality traits) to understand your potential success in the training pipeline and whether you are the right fit.

8 Core Competencies for Flight Crew

The eight pilot competencies, developed by industry and ICAO, that every professional pilot, regardless of their role, should develop during training and deploy throughout their professional career are:

  • Communications

  • Workload management

  • Leadership and teamwork

  • Problem solving and decision making

  • Aeroplane flight path management - manual

  • Aeroplane flight path management - automation

  • Situational awareness and management of information

  • Application of procedures and compliance with regulations

Do You Have What It Takes?

PAT is to determine whether the abilities and traits necessary to develop those competencies are inherent in your character.

Assessment fees: S$247.53 per candidate.

Note: The login details will be sent to your email within 12 hours upon payment. If you did not receive an email from us, please check your junk/spam mail before contacting us at pat@reviongroundschool.com.

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