|I have been working on my CPL within last six months and eventually realized, that I no longer have any motivation to complete my flight training.
I always knew, I don't want to be a commercial pilot, cause this job is definitely not for me, but I continued my study just for improving my pilot's skills and experience.
Meanwhile I'm repeatedly catching myself with my favourite "laboratory" activities: gathering information about aviation events, analyzing the data, researching risk management and human factor issues, doing a lot of math, building the graphs and statistics, creating and solving original scenarios, etc. And the worst thing about that, I do have a LOT OF FUN with all these things, rather than when I'm flying the aircraft!
Another important circumstance - I'm looking for a new carrier (I'm experienced IT worker), but of course, I still wish to be busy in the aviation industry. And there are only two occupations, which seem to be quite attractive for me. I'm not suitable for one of them (Air Traffic Controller), but probably should be OK with the second one – Aviation Safety Specialist.
So the question is – am I on the right way and WHERE can I study all that stuff other than in Seneca (I'm not sure, that 2 yrs college diploma is well enough for this difficult job)? Is there also any chance to find the position after?
P.S. Sorry if I got mistaken with a forum...