Flyware Training

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Training is an essential part of the lifecycle of the software use. Training is provided in two forms. Documented user guide and on-site training both for administrators and users. Both scenarios can be accommodated on site and in cooperation with customers.

It is our experience that companies have different approaches to training and Flyware can be very flexible in terms of training for different requirements. There are three dimensions to training for eLoadsheet and weight and balance in general:

Administrator training
Documentation and on-site training from Flyware trainer. Needs further discussions on number of days and number of participants. Suitable for Flight Dispatchers, Engineers, Administrators.

Administration the eLoadsheet and using it are very straight forward tasks that to our experience is achieved by a minimal effort. However, we do emphasise that domain knowledge is required for users and administrators. It is our experience that administration training should not take more than two days.

User Training
Documentation and on-site training from Flyware trainer would be suitable for this. Needs further discussions on number of days and number of participants. It is our experience that regular users are quite capable of using the software after a day of training.

Training – Weight & Balance
Documentation and on-site training from Flyware trainer would be suitable for this. Needs further discussions on number of days and number of participants.

This is the theoretical dimension of the domain. Cutting across the dynamics of weight and balance down to how it is used in the eLoadsheet software and how it can be harnessed to increase the efficient use of resources while cost is decreased.

Planning training activities
Training activities need to be planned according to customer needs and availability. Flyware can be very flexible in terms of pricing and dates.

One off training needs to be weighed against an overall training strategy with recurrent seasonal training.