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Aspeq's Enduring Relationship with CASA: A 22-Year Journey in Aviation Excellence

Feb 5, 2024

In a testament to longevity and commitment, Aspeq proudly reflects on its enduring relationship with the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA), marking over 22 years of collaboration.

The journey began in November 2001 with Aspeq's pioneering contract for Cyber Exam services, laying the foundation for a partnership that has evolved and thrived through the changing landscape of flight training in Australia.

Fast forward to December 2023, and the relationship is not only alive but thriving, with a renewed contract after a competitive ‘Approach to Market’ by CASA. A key factor is our commitment to every State, spanning both rural and urban locations for examination services. Another factor can be attributed to the strong working relationship between CASA and the Aspeq Canberra Candidate Services team supporting candidates and training organisations.

The collaborative efforts of CASA and Aspeq have been instrumental in meeting the growing demands of flight training across Australia. With exam services now available in over 36 locations. Aspeq has also built strong relationships with Australian Training organisations that allow us to fully support their evolving needs.

The December 2023 contract has been extended to include the management of the CASA flight crew question bank. Mike Lynskey, Head of Client Services remarks, “This reflects Aspeq's proven expertise in question bank management, with over 30 years of experience, providing similar services to National Aviation Authorities globally”.

Aspeq manages question banks for regulatory bodies such as the UK Civil Aviation Authority, CAA New Zealand, and various Asian NAAs, including Singapore, Malaysia, and Thailand. This wealth of experience positions Aspeq as a trusted partner capable of navigating the intricate demands of aviation examination services to meet ICAO requirements.

Looking ahead, the Aspeq team are excited about the prospect of continuing to provide comprehensive examination services to the Australian flight crew training sector. The commitment extends beyond the present, with a focus on developing digital solutions that will meet the future needs of CASA and training organisations. This commitment also applies to the AME contract with CASA for engineer examinations.

The enduring relationship between CASA and Aspeq is a testament to two decades of collaboration, innovation, and mutual dedication to the highest standards in aviation. Aspeq remains steadfast in its commitment to excellence, eager to contribute to the continued success of the Australian aviation industry.

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