Symbiotics is a specialist in human performance enhancement, providing organisations with the training methods and tools required to help people excel.
Our specialist team provides human performance consultancy to aviation, blue-light, transportation and defence sectors and is well known for its ability to understand and improve how people perform in their working environments.
We’ve developed a suite of human performance enhancement assessment and training systems, including the ADAPT system which provides a blended assessment of a pilots’ physical and cognitive ability, personality, skills and behaviour.
Other services include training analysis, design and delivery, personnel selection and assessment tools and processes, human performance research projects, predictive skills modelling and human factors training & consultancy services.
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AAETS 2018 was not only a welcome opportunity to network with existing and potential clients but to also gain valuable knowledge of the current South Korean civil aviation sector with our focus on Airline Training and Recruitment. Of particular significance was the Symbiotics Ltd symposium presentation regarding the issue of assessing mental wellbeing within the pilot community.
Mental health is almost seen as a ‘dirty word’ – to be avoided and not mentioned if at all possible. Certainly for pilots, the possibility of admitting that their mental state is less than perfect could lead to fear of losing their licence and consequently be a disincentive to acknowledging that they might have difficulties. Yet mental health is something that is present in all people, all of the time. All individuals operate on a wellness spectrum from ‘OK’ to ‘not OK’ but it is only when one moves to ‘not OK’ that mental health is talked about. Perhaps it is time to talk about mental wellbeing instead, with a focus on how we keep people in this positive state?
We were pleased to attend The Division of Occupational Psychology (DOP) Annual Conference recently, hosted by The British Psychological Society.
Apart from the opportunity to exhibit and network at EATS 2017, we at Symbiotics Ltd, were also very keen to hear the latest thinking and developments in Airline Training and Recruitment. Therefore attending key seminars, panel discussions and keynote addresses. One element that did, however, seem to be missing was discussion around assessing mental wellbeing – for all aircrew.
Our Symbiotic Performance Solutions client, 2Fly has featured ADAPT in its new promotional video.
We’re pleased to announce that Oxford Aviation Services Ltd is now using Online ADAPT for its pre-screening and development of its air traffic controllers.
Symbiotics Ltd, part of Resource Group, has formed a working partnership with Ascenso, a South African aviation recruitment company. Symbiotics will provide Ascenso with its ‘Adapt’ suite of computerised applicant screening tools that will be used throughout South Africa and across the region.
It has become clearer over the past few years that we are in the midst of a pilot shortage. Some of the larger airlines have already had to cancel flights this year for this reason, with Ryanair and Norwegian just two of the affected airlines that serve the UK. Globally the problem is even bigger.
Symbiotics are pleased to attend a lot of conferences over the course of a year and delighted to be gathering momentum with speaking engagements alongside this. Karen Moore is our principal occupational psychologist and has a busy public speaking calendar where she is able to share her knowledge and promote mental wellbeing across all professions. I sat down with Karen to find out a bit more about why she feels so strongly about raising awareness of mental wellbeing through her presentations and how she sees the industry changing.
We are delighted to announce that Resource Group’s Symbiotics Performance Solutions division is rebranding to Symbiotics.