Evidence Based Training
ABSTRACT Evidence Based Training Progress in the design and reliability of modern aircraft, together with a rapidly changing operational environment and the recognition that not enough has been done to address human factors issues, has prompted a strategic industry review of airline pilot training. In addition to the wealth of accident and incident reports, analysis of flight data together with other robust data sources such as LOSA, will allow the identification of risks encountered in actual operations and the ability to tailor training programs to mitigate these real risks. This paperdetails a project, the aim of which is to identify, develop and train the Knowledge, Skills and Attitudes required to operate safely, effectively and efficiently in a commercial air transport environment. An analysis of the most relevant threats, through evidence collected in flight operations and training can drive regulatory change and enable the worldwide implementation of more effective training standards to improve operational safety. The outcome will be to inform continuous improvement in ICAO standards, recommended practices and guidance material.
Proceedings from The Association of Asia Pacific Airlines Safety Seminar
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