At the end of the investigation, everyone was concerned about the training that both pilots had in their careers and also EASA and FAA where very concerned to the evolution of the present and future pilots. With such a innovative aircraft like the Aibus family, the two agency plus some aviation specialist, underline the importance of a good training but not a training software-oriented, because of this some associations had prepared some new training programs.
As many people sustained that simulators can't give to the pilots the real feeling that can happen during a high altitude stall, so these associations like CAE had organized together with a acrobatic flight school, Aviation Performance Solutions (www.apstraining.com) in Mesa, Arizona together with some important airlines (KLM, Air France) and very important flight schools, Oxford Flight Academy. On this ab-inito course, you can use an Extra 300 and experience the acrobatic flight and some particular figures to understand the forces that you could feel.
Other schools are preparing those courses for airlines pilots, to help them to recover those feeling that they might need in extreme situations, another important document you can find on the FAA training section, FAA has in fact a strong believe that those "training problem" can be solve and had publish a document of 443 pages, where they also refer to a study of Royal Aeronautical Society, that I suggest you to read.