INITIAL Human Factors in Aviation (IA Renewal 6 Hrs. Credit)

$55.00

Owners, operators, pilots, and maintenance personnel completing our Initial Human Factors in Aviation Course will receive awareness of all organizational elements which deliver a safe working environment, free from errors, considering human factors in our own lives, and the role we play in the workplace.  This course is to raise awareness of all organizational elements which deliver a safe working environment, free from errors considering human factors in our own lives and the role we play in the workplace. Learning segments include: 

  • General/introduction to human factors
  • The “Dirty Dozen”
  • Safety culture/organizational factors
  • Human error—error principles, event investigation and case studies
  • Human performance and limitations
  • Fatigue Risk Management System (FRMS)
  • Environment—physical and social
  • Procedural noncompliance
  • Resources
  • Planning of tasks, equipment, and spares
  • Shift and task turnover
  • Undocumented maintenance
  • Organizational procedures, information, tools, and proper task documentation,
    and sign-off practices
  • Communication
  • Teamwork and leadership
  • Professionalism and integrity
  • Case Studies

This is FAA accepted for six hours of IA Renewal Credit. The non-technical online CBT covers a wide spectrum of disciplines for human factors that affect aviation maintenance. Human factors play a crucial role in aviation maintenance, but it’s not as simple as finding a one-size-fits-all solution. Imagine having the power to identify and control the factors that affect human performance in your organization. Don’t settle for inefficiency.  FAA Course Acceptance Number: C-IND-IM-230803-K-018-002, expires August 31, 2027.

INITIAL Human Factors in Aviation (IA Renewal 6 Hrs. Credit)

$55.00

Owners, operators, pilots, and maintenance personnel completing our Initial Human Factors in Aviation Course will receive awareness of all organizational elements which deliver a safe working environment, free from errors, considering human factors in our own lives, and the role we play in the workplace.  This course is to raise awareness of all organizational elements which deliver a safe working environment, free from errors considering human factors in our own lives and the role we play in the workplace. Learning segments include: 

  • General/introduction to human factors
  • The “Dirty Dozen”
  • Safety culture/organizational factors
  • Human error—error principles, event investigation and case studies
  • Human performance and limitations
  • Fatigue Risk Management System (FRMS)
  • Environment—physical and social
  • Procedural noncompliance
  • Resources
  • Planning of tasks, equipment, and spares
  • Shift and task turnover
  • Undocumented maintenance
  • Organizational procedures, information, tools, and proper task documentation,
    and sign-off practices
  • Communication
  • Teamwork and leadership
  • Professionalism and integrity
  • Case Studies