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GPTA and Symbiotics Announce Partnership


Global Pilot Training Alliance (GPTA) today announces their partnership with Symbiotics Ltd, the experts in assessment, training & mental wellbeing.


This partnership sees potential GPTA student pilots be given the ability to undertake Symbiotics ADAPT assessments at a reduced rate, through GPTA, and allows for this information to be used by flight schools in the GPTA network.


This partnership serves to solidify the wide array of pilot training available through GPTA, and will be used to serve its flight school training partners across the world, to help them better select students from the GPTA training pool. It will also be of great benefit to GPTA student pilots, allowing them the opportunity to see what flight schools and/or training may work for them best.


Nigel Orme, CEO for GPTA said “We’re excited to be working with Symbiotics and have long held what they do in the highest regards. This partnership has created a great offering for both potential student pilots and flight schools already in the GPTA network. It’s our hope that by partnering with Symbiotics we can create a seamless pipeline of professional student pilots to be placed among our partner flight schools, allowing for an easy introduction and training facilitation for those students pilots.”


Hannah Davies, Symbiotics’ Sales and Marketing Director said ”We are delighted to be working with GPTA, offering Symbiotics assessments to potential GPTA student pilots. Together, we hope to be able to contribute to what GPTA are looking to achieve within the aviation training sector and are pleased they have chosen us to deliver this key component.”


This announcement is the first in a number of business and flight school partner related items. Further partnerships will be announced over the coming weeks and months as GPTA continues to grow.