Aviation training center, Baltic Aviation Academy, located in Vilnius (Lithuania) announces the consultation sessions in Moscow. During July 28th through 30th, a group of Ab Initio training specialists from Baltic Aviation Academy will be travelling to Russia to conduct private consultations for all the registered attendees and candidate assessment procedures for the future pilots.
All the registered attendees will have an opportunity to get detailed information about the pilot assessment procedures and studies overview. During the private consultation, representatives will answer all the questions and provide guidelines for the future career opportunities.
Attendees, who have already decided to become pilots, will have a chance to conduct candidate assessment. Assessment procedure includes psychological test, English language proficiency test and structured interview based on a commercial pilot competence model. Results will be available right away, and candidates will have a chance to discuss future study plans with the Baltic Aviation Academy’s experts.
This year Baltic Aviation Academy’s Ab Initio school welcomed students from a number of different continents and countries. In order to improve the quality of the provided training, academy has also doubled its fleet with a multi-engine Tecnam P2006, and four single-engine Tecnam P2002 aircraft.
“This is already a second year that Baltic Aviation Academy conducts private consultations in Moscow, and our experience shows that the number of people who want to be pilots is increasing. The goal of these consultations is to make sure that everyone who is interested in the profession receives unbiased and correct information about the studies”, comments Ingrida Reket, Sales Project Manager at Baltic Aviation Academy.