BASIC AVIATION PSYCHOLOGY


This course describes the effects of Human Performance on aviation operations in normal and critical events. This program includes the following information; Human information processing to include, attention/vigil, perception, response/reaction, and different learning methods. Human error and reliability to include, mental models, reliability, situation awareness, human error generation and recognition. Aviation decision making and crew resource management, standard operating procedures and checklist use. Human behavior reviews, personality, behavior, and attitude, human overload actions and the advantages and disadvantages of modern automated cockpits. Courses are constantly monitored and updated when major changes in authority documentation is released.


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Course Info

Course BASIC AVIATION PSYCHOLOGY
Category PILOT COURSES-GENERAL SUBJECT COURSES
Exam Yes
Number of Questions 10
Passing Grade 75
Course Duration 01:34:45
Availability 90 Day
Regulatory Compliance FAA / EASA / CAA and Compliance with IOSA audits

Price: € 75.00



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Content of the Course

COURSE START
HUMAN INFORMATION PROCESSING - Attention and Vigilance
Perception
Bottom-up and top-down perception
Perceptual illusions
Memory
Workingmemory
Long-termmemory
Amnesia
Response selection - Classical conditioning
Operant conditioning
Learning by insight (cognitive approach)
Imitation
Skills
HUMAN ERROR AND RELIABILITY - Reliability of Human Behaviour
Pra-based techniques
Cognitive control based techniques
Mental models and situation awareness
Theory and model of human error
Internal and external factors
Error generation
DECISION MAKING - Decision-Making Concepts
AVOIDING AND MANAGING ERRORS: COCKPIT MANAGEMENT - Safety Awareness
Co-ordination (multi-crew concepts)
Standard operating procedures (sop)and checklists
Co-operation - Co-operation, co-action, group
Status and role
Communication
Intra and interpersonal conflict
HUMAN BEHAVIOUR - Personality, Attitude and Behaviour
Attitude, personality and behaviour
Individual differences in personality and motivation
Self-concept
Self-discipline
Identification of hazardous attitudes (error proneness)
HUMAN OVERLOAD AND UNDERLOAD - Arousal
Stress - Homeostasis
Stressor
General adaptation syndrome
Stress, arousal and vigilance
Fatigue and stress management
ADVANCED COCKPIT AUTOMATION - Advantages and Disadvantages
Automation complacency
Working concepts
COURSE END