Cheers to Good Partnerships!
Our very business is shaped by our good partnerships.
Meet the partners that have supported our mission of providing interactive aviation training solutions.
The SA Group
The SA Group provides complete turn-key solutions within avionics, electronics, training, and aircraft interiors for the international aviation and defence community.
Their business includes sales, avionics maintenance (MRO), certification (STC), design & engineering, installation, product development, production, aviation training, and consultancy services.
AEROTEAM Training Solutions is a member of The SA Group which consists of 14 divisions located in Europe, the Middle East, India and Southeast Asia. The headquarters are called Scandinavian Avionics A/S - and were established in 1978.
EASA Part-145 | EASA Part-21J | EASA Part-21G | EASA Part-147 | FAA Part-145 | TCCA Part-145 | BCAA Part-145 | GAR Part-145 | DOT RIN N083
Loglevel is a web-based system that provides efficient platforms for competency management. They have helped us create our Competency Control System.
The Loglevel systems can help you with easy data-collection, smooth integration, and a comprehensive overview of the competencies and documentation which your employees have throughout your whole organisation.
The system provides the basis for our Competency Control system which helps the organisation keep track of internal training requirements and expiry of certifications.
Copenhagen Game Lab
Copenhagen Game Lab are experts in creating effective learning games which are simultaneously fun and professionally solid. With their help, MAYDAY was born.
Copenhagen Game Lab was founded in 2014 by Henning Grubb Basballe with the purpose of transforming learning into a fun and educational activity. Today, the company has conceived a large catalogue of physical, digital, and semi-digital learning games targeted at an array of audiences and themes.
Our Managing Director, Søren Seindal Agner, approached Copenhagen Game Lab in 2015 with an inquiry. He wanted to know if and how aviation training could be transformed into an interactive and educational process with emphasis on decision-making, teamwork, and communication.
This process gave rise to the conception of the MAYDAY Active Learning Tools.