Cockpit4u makes regular improvements to its training programmes. A special quality management team is in place to do just that.
Cockpit4u bears special responsibility for the maintenance of high training and safety standards during the training of airline transport pilots. To meet this special responsibility, Cockpit4u applies a quality management system according to DIN EN ISO 9001 regulations. Only few training providers can demonstrate this certification. During a recent audit, conducted by German TUV organization, Cockpit4u was once again certified as a center with one of the highest training standards.
So Cockpit4u is well prepared for the implementation of the EASA training regulations, because in the future a quality management system will be the key element in pilot training in accordance with European regulations.
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