Aviation Training

Aviation Training

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The book is in three parts, which consider training from the perspective of the learner, the instructor and the organization. Its intended readership includes civil and military training and senior pilots, flying instructors, check pilots, CRM facilitators, Human Factors and safety departments, and aviation and educational psychologists as well as those in operations and air traffic management and regulatory authorities.Learners, Instruction, and Organization Ross Telfer, Phillip J. Moore ... His current interests are Line Operational Evaluation, redesign of the Flight Instructora#39;s Manual, Pilot Judgement Training, and CRM/LOFT Training at PAL. ... written articles and conference papers on CRM, with a focus on Advanced Technology training, Culture, and optimising CRM training. ... John Bent Captain John Bent was, until recently, the Flying Training Manager (Airbus) [A330 and A340] for Cathay Pacificanbsp;...

Title:Aviation Training
Author:Ross Telfer, Phillip J. Moore
Publisher:Gower Technical - 1997


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