Identifying pilot potential

Using a comprehensive assessment of key abilities directly related to pilot competence and performance, the PILAPT® tests reveal a candidate’s strength in:

  • Information processing – speed and accuracy in understanding and responding to visual and auditory information
  • Complex co-ordination – the ability to manage aircraft controls and respond to changes in direction and attitude
  • Spatial ability - the ability to understand and mentally manipulate visual information
  • Workload capacity – the capacity to maintain effective performance under increasing visual, auditory and mental workload
  • Decision making – the ability to identify the right information in complex displays and correctly respond to procedures
  • Working under pressure – the capacity to identify effective options under time pressure and manage tasks as they change dynamically