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Aviation Industry CBT Committee

The Aviation Industry CBT Committee (AICC) was founded by a collection of aviation companies with the mission to create standards for student record and courseware content portability.

Student record keeping for e-learning involves the log in and authentication of a user and the subsequent recording of data items such as performance information, time in course, path navigated through course, selections made on assessments etc.

The AICC standard also defines a granular module approach that can be threaded together to meet a specific students needs. Also the AICC is breaking ground in defining standards for communication with simulation models and simulator devices.

The application that provides these capabilities and administration over the configuration and reporting is known as a Learning Management System (LMS).

The AICC efforts have contributed to the federal government in their Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL) initiatives which focused on reusable learning objects. The objects have evolved into the Shareable Courseware Object Reference Model (SCORM) standard. With this mandated standard the military units (Navy, Air Force, Army, or Marines) can reference the requirement on vendors and resulting objects may be shared across organizations. This is valuable when applied to the corporate marketplace.

inXsol adapts standards like the AICC to develop Content Management System (CMS) platforms which manage personell concurrency to policies and procedures.

Other entities in the standards arena are:

IMS (Instructional Management System) Global Learning Consortium

IEEE Learning Technology Standards Committee (LTSC)

PROmoting Multimedia Access to Education and Training in EUropean Society(PROMETEUS)

inXsol is a long term participant in the AICC. inXsol's president, Henry Ryng, has been involved in training systems and student records management throughout his career. inXsol's COGNIV Learning Management System (LMS) underwent a recent next generation technology update and now embodies necessary LMS data keeping functions along with corporate training organization best practices, the features of today's best e-commerce storefronts and the features of a Customer Relationship Management (CRM) based web portal.


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