Brian Bergeron, CPaT Global

The Future of Distance Learning in Aviation – Empowering Training with the Right Software Tools

In this presentation, Brian Bergeron, President of CPaT Global, will discuss perspectives on aviation training today, including the demands and resource constraints on aviation training executives and departments. He will discuss where distance learning plays a role for aviation training, and its importance now more than ever amidst the global pandemic and economic downturn.

Brian will walk through the evolution of distance learning past to present, including the pros and cons of authoring tools and distance learning solutions on the market, and discuss how aviation training departments can maximize every training dollar spent.

Finally, Brian will introduce CPaT’s new software platform training solution, CPaT Invent, and touch on how leveraging dynamic software for aviation training empowers training departments – a solution to the inherent challenges of aviation training.

He will conclude with a live demonstration of “building a training course” within CPaT Invent.

Brian Bergeron, President, CPaT Global

Brian Bergeron is the President of CPaT Global, the market leader of distance learning and training for the aviation industry. With over 20 years of experience in executive operational and financial roles, Mr. Bergeron has devoted his career to working with development-stage companies with private equity sponsors (Clovis Point Capital, Vista Equity Partners, Westwind Investors, J.H. Whitney Capital Partners) specializing in SaaS-based software solutions. Most recently, Mr. Bergeron served as Vice President of Finance for Omnitracs LLC, a provider of management, efficiency, and compliance software solutions to the transportation industry, and as Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer of Satellite Tracking of People LLC, a provider of offender monitoring software solutions to law enforcement. Mr. Bergeron holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business from the University of Texas, and an M.B.A. from the University of Houston. He now puts his rich experience and innovation to work creating effective pilot training solutions.