Course Objective
Ensure that your company is up to date with the latest developments in Aviation, by ICAO defined as the sixth generation CRM, the Threat and Error Management course! The course covers the entire syllabus as laid out by the EASA regulation and it has been developed by a team of military and commercial pilots and instructors with a solid background in aviation safety training and accident investigation. Humans design, build and operate aircraft. The main factor in aircraft accidents are Human Factors and the loss of Situational Awareness (SA) and Controlled Flight into Terrain (CFIT). This new training course will provide you as a crew with the skills you need to operate more safely and effectively as part of a team in the unique environment of corporate aviation.

This course will improve your communication skills and prepare you for better decisions. The course gives you a solid foundation of the teamwork skills you need to ensure the safety and efficiency of flight operations. You as a crew will learn specific techniques of how to build a team, how to improve and maintain Situational Awareness and detect threats to avoid decision-making errors, improve briefings and communication, be an assertive crew member and effectively manage conflict. Comprehensive case studies will ensure that you can satisfactorily perform each of these skills prior to course completion.

Who should attend
This course has been designed to appeal a wide area of professionals actively involved in aircraft operation, piloting or maintenance. Line and Management pilots, Flight Dispatchers, ATC controllers, Safety and Human Factor managers, Cabin and Flight Deck crew and instructors.

Course Outline
Human factor and reliability, error chain, error prevention and detection
Communication and coordination inside and outside the cockpit
Decision making
Situational Awareness
Controlled Flight into Terrain
Stress, stress management, fatigue and vigilance
Leadership and team behavior, synergy
Company safety culture, SOPs, organisational factors
Team climate, Planning, Execution and Error Management
Information acquisition and processing, situation awareness, workload management
Automation and philosophy of the use of Automation
Specific type-related differences
Case-based studies

Take home
Comprehensive course notebook containing all course material
Industry examples and solutions
Memory stick (1GB) with the course material and relevant human factor and safety information
Certification of completion

Course duration, 2 days

Further details or booking please contact us.