Alternative Training Qualification Programme

Alternative Training Qualification Programme (ATQP) in aviation is a progressive and flexible approach to pilot training and qualification, designed to provide an alternative pathway for pilots to acquire the necessary knowledge, skills, and competencies required for safe and proficient flight operations.


ATQP takes a competency-based approach to training, focusing on the desired outcomes rather than a prescriptive training syllabus. It allows for customisation and tailoring of training programs based on individual pilot needs and abilities.

The emphasis is placed on demonstrating competency in key areas through a combination of theoretical knowledge, practical skills, and performance-based assessments.

ATQP overview

For a comprehensive overview of ATQP, including it’s origins and how you can implement it successfully within your airline, hit the link below.

EBT vs ATQP: What’s the difference?

Although EBT has revolutionised the way commercial airline pilots are trained, many still querstion the difference with Alternative Training & Qualification Programme (ATQP).

Here, we explain the distinct differences and advantages.

We don’t believe in one-size-fits-all technology

To discuss your specific ATQP needs contact our team.


Product implemented

Before EFOS

Air Malta was struggling with a leave management process that was highly complex and labour intensive. Each leave request had to be processed manually, which meant pilots and cabin crew were forced to wait a long time to get confirmation of their leave.


After EFOS

EFOS Leave replicated the airline’s custom validation rules in the new digital platform. This made the transition smoother, as these rules were already accepted by both union representatives and crew members.


What they said

“The project was delivered very swiftly, enabling Air Malta’s team to quickly realise the benefits of the new software. The team at Evoke were committed and totally onboard for this project. The system was easy to understand, and help was always found along the project.”
Caroline Zammit