The Evidence-based Training (EBT) Foundation is a not-for-profit company comprising a group of experts in the fields of airline training, flight operations and data collection and analysis. The Foundation works closely with airlines, manufacturers, training providers and regulators to help improve pilot training systems worldwide.

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Help Shape the Future of Pilot Training

Help to shape the future of pilot training, by participating in a new global pilot training survey. The survey aims to draw upon the collective experiences of airline pilots from different airlines and backgrounds, to consider the effect that training could have in mitigating operational risk.  The data will be used as an input to improve future pilot training programs.  It will help to focus training on the development of pilots’ skills in the context of realistic challenges and threats faced in today’s operations. 

The survey should take about 20 minutes to complete, and all responses will remain anonymous.  If you would like more information about the survey, or the EBT Foundation, please email


The Evidence-based Training Foundation is established to provide continuing results from analyses of operational data to support the Evidence-based Training Program.

  • Reports from The LOSA Collaborative

  • Industry surveys

  • Accident and incident analysis

  • Flight data analysis

  • Training data from EBT programs

  • Published scientific reports


We provide support to operators and Aviation Authorities worldwide in the implementation of EBT.

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Operators and Aviation Authorities worldwide supporting Evidence-based Training


Training Partnership

The Evidence-based Training Foundation is a partner of the The LOSA Collaborative.  LOSA provides a diagnostic tool evaluating airline safety performance through observations of everyday line operations.  The result is a detailed report for the airline customer, including targets for pilot training.  The EBT program is adapted to include the results from a LOSA, focused on the development of pilot core competencies.