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Air and Space eLearning Voice Over

Aerospace and Aviation eLearning Voice Over

At the core of eLearning programs in the aviation industry are Learning Management Systems. Defense organization and airlines around the world utilize eLearning to train engineers and their staff. Voice over in aviation eLearning is used in:

  1. Flight simulators

  2. Collaboration systems (CRM, HR, Finance)

  3. Simulation training programs. 

But in no way is voice over in aviation limited to the above. 

eLearning Aviation Voice Over Programs

Performance-based learning

As globalization ensued during the late 1900's, airspace congestion increased and cockpit technology became more sophisticated and complicated creating a need for performance-based eLearning in the aviation industry. Aviation personnel need skills for quick decision making, conflict resolution, deal with complex unforeseen problems and of course managing flight in all possible situations. A voice over in a performance based learning module needs to be firm, knowledgeable, and have a tone of seriousness to convey the importance of the material, and I have done countless voice overs for such eLearning. 

Learning Technologies in Aviation

The airline industry in particular is eager to use the best eLearning technologies and methods in keeping their workforce up-to-date with standards. The needs of aviation eLearning often revolve around improved communications, security, passenger convenience and improved operational performance. Round the clock operations, widespread and diverse workforce and job descriptions require a flexible and powerful eLearning and development environment, often requiring a strong aviation eLearning voice over. Learning solutions offer a variety of low-budget operational and performance programs that sell quickly and receive positive responses. In need of a strong aviation voice over? Look no further.

Aerospace Voice Over | Elearning Development

Flight Simulation | Training flight crew and pilots

Flight simulation eLearning voice over objectives focus on clearly articulating the various parts and features of a cockpit and its functions. Often using an effective eLearning voice over in this situation means selecting a dynamic voice that can stress the importance of each function to improve memorization and retention of the user. 

Scenario Based Training

Scenario based eLearning voice over has become vastly more important over the years as the need for real-world scenarios increases in the industry. For example, eLearning avatars are used for customer service, airport or aircraft backgrounds to illustrate a real problem that needs to be resolved; the voice over in these avatars needs to be extremely realistic and the acting skills superb to achieve the interactive features needed for aviation personnel. Conversational and realistic aviation voice over work can vastly improve the cognition and recall of aviation employees as it provides the missing social context needed in aviation eLearning. Research has shown that eLearning outcomes using realistic aviation voice overs in Avatar characters improves learning objectives. 

Safety Management Systems (SMS)

A popular eLearning feature in aviation voice overs is content involving health and safety regulations, safety checks and performance protocols that keep staff warned and informed. This is more favorable than being under-equipped to decide for everyday issues that may arise in a dynamic work environment in the aviation industry.

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