E-Exam Systems

CAAi e-Examinations improve overall aviation standards whilst simultaneously simplifying regulatory assessment processes and administration.

We currently offer administration, development, maintenance, results management and reporting for the following:

  • UK CAA / EASA Part-FCL (Flight Crew Licence)
  • UK CAA / EASA Part-66 AML (Aircraft Maintenance Licence)
  • Bespoke National and Local FCL and AML examinations
e-Exams System Overview

Designed in partnership with Aspeq, our e-Examination framework manages the entire assessment process for National Aviation Authorities (NAAs):

  • Question Banks
    We build, update and maintain a question bank that complies as requires with UK CAA, EASA or local NAA standards.
  • Exam Generation
    The question bank generates a multiple-choice, digital examination on an individual basis.
  • Exam Delivery
    Exams are delivered locally for ease of candidates – they can also be carried out offline, removing the need for a stable internet connection.
  • Exam Management
    Computer Exam Delivery (CED) software locks computers during examinations to ensure candidates are unable to access other computer functions. Examinations are monitored and invigilated on site by CAAi, further ensuring secure exam delivery.
  • Marking
    Multiple-choice exams can be automatically marked on submission.
  • Reporting
    Aggregate reports allow NAAs to easily identify levels of performance and feedback to organisations as necessary.
Benefits to National Aviation Authorities
  • Improved Exam Security
    Variable question population ensures every exam is different, eliminating candidate cheating.
  • Increased Efficiency
    In the UK, e-Exams has removed an administrative layer from the UK CAA’s assessment process, leading to greater overall efficiency.
  • Up-to-date Question Banks
    Question banks are managed and updated by practising UK Regulators, ensuring they always meet UK, EASA or local NAA standards.
  • Improved Aviation Standards
    Higher testing standards will lead to improved aviation safety standards.
  • Enhanced Oversight
    Digital aggregate reports ensure areas of candidate weakness can be promptly identified and improved.
  • Live Candidate Monitoring
    Invigilators can highlight an individual candidate’s strengths and weaknesses.
Contact

To find out more and to request a demonstration, please contact Diane Dutton.

When the DCA Malaysia decided to move to an e-Examination model, they called on CAAi.
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UK Locations

Our Mailing Address
Aviation House
Gatwick Airport South
West Sussex RH6 0YR
T: +44 (0) 330 0224401

Our Registered Address
CAA House 45-59
Kingsway London
WC2B 6TE

Malaysia Location

Malaysian Aviation Academy
Department of Civil Aviation
Jalan Pekeliling 2, 64050 Sepang
Selangor, Malaysia
T: +603 8777 9011