By Harold F. O'Neil Jr., Dee H. Andrews, Harold F. O'Neil
Aircrew education and review is designed for execs within the aviation psychology, human elements, evaluation and overview, vocational, technical, academic psychology, and academic know-how groups. It explores the cutting-edge within the education and review of aircrews and incorporates a evaluation and outline of using simulations within the zone of aircrew education and review. An aircrew comprises a number of people who're answerable for attaining a project aim via use of an airplane. counting on one's perspective, an aircrew could be as small as one pilot flying a single-seat airplane, or as huge as an entire team working an airliner. regardless of advances in aircrew choice and human elements engineering recommendations, the necessity for higher aircrew education continues to be without difficulty obvious. for instance, within the army, the missions requiring aircrews hold getting extra advanced. Simulation is used generally in either army and civilian education to house this complexity. The booklet is geared up into significant sections: types and instruments for education of aircrews and versions and instruments for review of aircrew education. either army and civilian environments are coated, in addition to person and crew education.
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Andrews and Justine N. Good 1 Part I: Models and Tools for Training of Aircrews 1 A Civil Aviation View of Aircrew Training Henry L. Taylor and Tom W. Emanuel, Jr. 17 2 An Instructional Systems Development Primer for Aircrew Training Dee H. Andrews and Richard Allen Thurman 37 3 User Involvement in Development of Aircrew Training Systems Randall Paul Jensen, Garry Boyle, and John Fuller 53 4 Establishing Aircrew Competencies: A Comprehensive Approach for Identifying CRM Training Needs Clint A. Bowers, Florian Jentsch, and Eduardo Salas 67 5 Using Virtual Reality for Training Richard Allen Thurman and Trish Russo 85 6 Instructional Strategies for Virtual Aviation Training Environments Harold F.
The chapter authors have extensive backgrounds in the topics they will address and they highlight topics where considerable training and assessment R&D needs to be performed. These Page ix authors are the researchers that, in many cases, have defined the state of the art by their work. We expect that readers of this book should learn much that can be of value as they consider the complex and challenging nature of manned flight. Acknowledgments Support for this work was provided in part by the Air Force Research Laboratory.
Page 23 Regulation of Civil Aviation Aircrew Training Air carriers that fly aircraft of 30 or more seats with a payload capacity of 7,500 or more pounds are regulated under Part 121 of the Federal Air Regulations. Air carriers that operate aircraft with fewer than 30 seats and a payload of less than 7,500 pounds operate under Part 135 of the FAR. All major, national, and regional airlines must have training programs that are approved by a designated FAA Principal Operations Inspector (Birnbach & Longridge, 1993).