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Old 14th Feb 2020, 15:57
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Originally Posted by Alejandro9 View Post
Hii everybody,

Inhave a question about the ball test. Currently Iím training on latestpilotjob with a joystick and for the red ball test to turn left/rigt we must use the Z axe and not turn the joystick to the left/right normally. During the CAE test it will be the same ? We must turn with the Z axe ?

thank you.
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Old 15th Feb 2020, 00:52
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As a recent graduate of CAE, I give you all a word of warning.
You will be meaningless to them.

Management is hell-bent on maximizing 'efficiency' and cutting costs wherever possible, even down to the point of buying charity shop equivalent marker pens which would break mid-lesson while the instructors were using them.
If they are cutting costs to this extent, you can only imagine how they are cutting costs elsewhere.

Management has been taking an extreme surplus of students for years, and are only now beginning to see that they simply do not have the resources to cope. Phoenix is completely crammed, and management's solution to this was to double the number of cadets placed into one apartment so that they could continue to maximize the number of students they could push through the system. They did not account for aircraft numbers, however, and the delays in Phoenix are extreme due to the fact there are simply not enough resources.

Due to the extreme surplus of students, there are currently 80+ students in the graduate pool and this number is increasing each week. With CAE currently having zero partnered schemes which are taking cadets, all graduates are left to their own devices when it comes to finding work. I chose an integrated program because of the graduate opportunities I thought would be available. With zero opportunities available through CAE, I regret not saving a huge amount of money and choosing a modular path.

The entirety of my training was poor with zero thought given to the student. The vast majority of cadets agree with my sediments, however we are all scared to voice our opinions due to the belief that CAE would limit our job opportunities if we were to do such. With zero opportunities now available, my absolute disgust has reached its peak.

Please stay away from CAE.


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