We’re excited to announce the newest release of MINT TMS. With the implementation of version 13, we’ve incorporated improvements to the user experience, new features, and more. Some of the best new additions include: searching data sources in FormBuilder, default scheduling criteria on products, filtering continuities by slot group, bulk editing scheduled events, showing assigned resources in a list, deferred grading, signing off on multiple forms offline in myMINT app, and updating personal information forms.
WATS, hosted in Orlando, FL from April 28- April 30, addresses the current and future training issues affecting your business from personnel selection and recruitment to regulation and training technologies.
Come visit us at WATS at booth 504 to see MINT TMS live.
Please contact us for discounted MINT VIP tickets or visit the official WATS website for more details about the event.
Lufthansa Airlines, the largest airline in Germany, signs on to use MINT for training and resource management.
Coptersafety, a helicopter training operation in Finland, just joined the MINT family. Founded in 2011 by a helicopter pilot, they’ve been working towards better helicopter training operations ever since. Coptersafety offers training for the H125, AW139, H145 and more. Their trainers are active pilots, performing search and rescue, offshore, emergency medical services, and law enforcement missions.
MINT’s Chief Customer Officer, Chris Popp, working together with Christof Kemény, published an article about engaging pilots and crew members during unexpected maneuvers like go-arounds on flightsafety.org. “Working as One” highlights a process to keep...
Evidence-based Training (EBT) focuses on the development and assessment of key pilot competencies with the goal to increase the effectiveness of pilot training and meet the operational challenges of airlines in the 21st Century. For an effective EBT program, powerful...
We have a new addition to the MINT family: TAP Air Portugal. TAP is the flag carrier airline of Portugal, operating over 2,000 flights a week to 87 destinations in 34 countries worldwide. They’ll be using the MINT Training Management System (TMS) for the effective management of their expanding training operations, and to enhance the training evaluation with effective MINT e-grading and in-depth performance analysis capabilities, as well as the integration to various IT systems including the crew rostering system used by the airline.
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