The SiyonaTech team made their second visit to West Herts College in Watford on the 19th November as part of the Virtual Reality trial for their Aircraft Cabin Fire-fighting programme. 13 students satisfactorily completed the Learning phase and then successfully gained a pass in the Assessment phase. Mr Adam Kenworthy (centre), Training Manager – Strategy & Projects at Easy Jet, was on hand to present […]
SiyonaTech initiated their Virtual Reality (VR) programme trial at West Herts college in Watford yesterday with a class of Diploma in Air Cabin Crew / Aviation students. The VR programme taught and tested the class on dealing correctly with an aircraft cabin fire. The trial, which is being conducted at colleges throughout the South-East of
In October 2018 Siyona Tech are commencing a trial of their Virtual Reality (VR) Cabin Fire-Fighting programme at Further Education Colleges throughout the South-East of England.
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