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Avsoft uses its proprietary Envision content authoring tool to create online training content, including aircraft systems courses and aviation general subject courses.

Envision also allows us to clone existing courses into new courses that can be customized for clients based on their configurations, fleet differences, company specifications, etc.

We work with both Airlines and ATOs, customizing our aircraft systems courses to cover specific aircraft configurations, as well as cover aircraft variant differences.

We can modify narrations and end-of-module test questions to include company specific information in existing modules, and create new modules and associated question if additional subjects or systems need to be included in a course.

Envision allows us to quickly modify and update any existing courses whenever the need be, such as when an error is discovered, or when new or different information needs to be added.

The tool allows us not only to create custom training courses quickly, but also to manage these courses into the long term future, making any changes or updates that our clients need.

While some content providers only create generic, “one size fits all” courses, we specialize in customizing our courses according to our clients’ needs, as well as providing clients with quick content updates if errors are discovered or reference information changes.

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Avsoft creates E175 course for Jazz Aviation LP

Avsoft creates E175 course for Jazz Aviation LP


If you do not see the aircraft system course or general subject course that you are looking for in our collection, please let us know- we may be able to create a whole new course for you.

That is exactly what happened during the fall of 2021 when longtime, valued client Jazz Aviation LP expressed an urgent need for an Embraer E175 aircraft systems course, which Avsoft did not have at the time.

Avsoft answered the call and made the development of the course high priority.

How long did it take Avsoft to make the new course? 65 days.

Avsoft worked in collaboration with Jazz’s pilot training department to create a derivative course based on Avsoft’s existing E170 aircraft systems course, and then modify accordingly to make the course both E175 specific and Jazz fleet specific.

Jazz is currently using the E175 aircraft systems course for both initial and recurrent online pilot training delivered through a third-party LMS.

65 days to create a new aircraft systems course, albeit a derivative course, is no small feat when one considers the amount of content that goes into an Avsoft aircraft systems course, content which must be comprehensive, highly detailed, and technically accurate, not to mention meet the requirements of aviation regulatory bodies!

The E175 course includes twenty-four modules, 1,800 audio files, and 3,000 graphic files.

The creation of each module is multiple step process that includes writing narrations, drawing graphics, recording audio, proofing, and assembly.

Avsoft was able to create the E175 course in 65 days due to three main factors: Avsoft’s Envision content authoring tool, vector graphics, and Avsoft’s client prioritization.

The Envision content authoring tool is a database-driven application that includes all steps of the online course building process, except for the creation of graphic files.

The tool has a cloning function that allows users to clone an existing course, such as the E170, into a new course, such as the E175; this involves copying all the course modules, along with their associated narrations and end-of-module test questions.

Once the E175 course was created, Avsoft provided Jazz with access to the course, and Jazz proceeded to proof the narrations and edit as required, modifying narrations to be E175 specific, removing narrations that were not required, and adding new narrations.

This was done using the tool’s storyboard editor mode, which allows users to easily add, delete, modify, or move narrations, as well as enter notes such as work details, reference information, and drawing instructions.

Once Jazz finished modifying the narrations, Avsoft’s Technical Illustrators went to work creating new graphics.



Like the narrations, Avsoft copied E170 graphic files and then modified them to match the updated narrations and be E175 specific, which meant drawing new E175 exterior aircraft views and cabin views, and then replacing all E170 instances, a matter of over four hundred graphics.

In addition, Avsoft’s Technical Illustrators modified, removed, and added other graphics based on Jazz’s narration changes noted in the tool’s storyboard editor mode.

Avsoft’s use of vector graphics, which are based on mathematical equations instead of pixels, made the task of modifying E170 graphics into E175 graphics a smooth and quick process.

Once Avsoft’s Technical Illustrators finished creating the E175 graphics, Jazz proofed them using the tool’s graphics proofing mode, which allows users to view a course’s graphics along with the associated narrations.

This mode includes a feature that allows users to highlight specific areas on the graphics and enter notes; this helps to expedite the graphic correction process, as the Technical Illustrators can see where on the graphics that changes need to be made.

Pages with such notes are tagged, which allows the Technical Illustrators to quickly find and navigate to pages with requested changes.

As for the narration audio, the tool incorporates automated text-to-speech (TTS) software that uses Amazon Polly and IBM Watson neural voices.

TTS technology lets users quickly create, proof, and modify narration audio files using the tool’s audio recording mode.

What would take multiple days or weeks with human recorders can be done in a couple of days using TTS; minor changes, such as updates or corrections, can be done in a matter of minutes.

Once all the course content was approved by Jazz, including all the narrations, graphics, and questions, Avsoft assembled and published the E175 course.

Avsoft online aviation courses work on any LMS; the E175 course is being delivered to Jazz users via their in-house, third-party LMS.

Any future changes, such as corrections or updates, will be managed quickly using Avsoft’s Envision content authoring tool.


“We were truly impressed, not only by the speed with which Avsoft was able to deliver the E175 Aircraft Systems online learning course, but that they did so while maintaining the highest level of care and accuracy we have come to know and appreciate from the professionals at Avsoft.”
– Joanne Francis, Training Support Manager at Jazz

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