All aviation training centers have to generate their own TNA (Training Needs Analysis) and syllabus to develop their type or basic training courses according to last EASA regulations (1149).
For Type Training; ATA Chapters, Knowledge Levels, Learning Objectives, Key Points, Categories (B1, B2, C, etc.), Durations & Training Methods and Practical Tasks, all in one. That's TNA Master TT.
For Basic Training; Module Knowledge Levels, Learning Objectives, Key Points, Categories (A, B1, B2 or B3), Durations & Training Methods and Practical Tasks, all in one. That's TNA Master BT.
There are almost 70 different ATA chapters and they have three different levels (Level 1, Level 2 and Level 3). Each chapter has different requirements for related type training category (B1, B2, C, B1+B2, B1 to B2 or B2 to B1) and practical training. In additional each level has different duration in minutes.
For the basic training there are 17 modules. Each module has different requirements for related categories (A1, A2, A3, A4, B1.1, B1.2, B1.3, B1.4, B2 or B3) and practical training.
TNA and course syllabus creation and development, calculation of course duration is not easy. Also in case of any changes in rules, making changes in generated TNA is not easy too.
We are providing a software design (TNA Master) to you, to create aircraft type or maintenance basic training, training needs analysis and course syllabus easily. Also TNA Master enables you to easily change and modify your training needs analysis. To understand this please click here.