Aircrew training and assessment by Harold F. O'Neil Jr., Dee H. Andrews, Harold F. O'Neil

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By Harold F. O'Neil Jr., Dee H. Andrews, Harold F. O'Neil

Aircrew education and evaluation is designed for pros within the aviation psychology, human components, evaluate and evaluate, vocational, technical, academic psychology, and academic know-how groups. It explores the state-of-the-art within the education and overview of aircrews and features a overview and outline of using simulations within the zone of aircrew education and evaluate. An aircrew contains a number of people who're answerable for reaching a project objective via use of an airplane. looking on one's standpoint, an aircrew should be as small as one pilot flying a single-seat airplane, or as huge as an entire staff working an airliner. regardless of advances in aircrew choice and human components engineering concepts, the necessity for larger aircrew education remains to be without problems obvious. for instance, within the army, the missions requiring aircrews maintain getting extra complicated. Simulation is used greatly in either army and civilian education to house this complexity. The ebook is prepared into significant sections: versions and instruments for education of aircrews and types and instruments for evaluate of aircrew education. either army and civilian environments are lined, in addition to person and group education.

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Page viii With the advent of new technologies, especially in the area of microcomputers, the expansion and utilization of simulators for flight training is burgeoning because the cost of training a pilot is high and safety is of the utmost importance in actual aircraft. Flight simulators are today's most modern training simulators. , emergencies). Simulators are also used extensively for both initial and follow-on training. For example, simulators are the only means used by civilian airlines to train experienced pilots who are upgrading from one airplane to another.

S. colleges enroll over 18,000 students pursuing programs in flight education (Crehan, 1995). Flight schools that meet specified personnel, aircraft, facilities, curriculum, and other operating requirements are certified under Part 141 of the FAR. All schools certified under Part 141 may apply for examining authority and, if granted, can recommend their graduates for private and commercial certificates and instrument ratings without the candidates having to take the FAA flight or knowledge test or both.

Generally, these briefings are conducted on a one-on-one basis between the instructor and the student, although many times other students monitor the briefdebrief to gain additional knowledge. During the brief, the instructor lays out the objectives for the mission and eval- Page 10 uates the student's preparation, including general knowledge for the flight. The mission is then flown, either in the simulator or aircraft. Following the sortie, the instructor debriefs the mission, evaluating and critiquing the student's performance, providing feedback to the student about his or her performance during the mission, and providing guidance for areas of study in preparation for the student's next sortie.

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