Human Factors Training for Cockpit Crews
CREW RESOURCE MANAGEMENT TRAINING HELPS AVOID AVIATION ACCIDENTS CAUSED BY HUMAN ERROR
Crew Resource Management (CRM)
STRENGTHENING NONTECHNICAL SKILLS AND INCREASING SAFETY
When the situation gets serious on board, the pilot’s flight skills aren’t the only abilities that matter – the cockpit crew also has to demonstrate social, communication, and psychological skills that enable them to remain calm when the unexpected occurs. These skills are all taught in our crew resource management (CRM) training.
In our CRM Training courses, we prepare your cockpit crew for everything that could occur during a flight and teach them corresponding success strategies. Your pilots will learn to scrutinize their own behaviors and those of others, properly assess situations, make decisions, and many more skills. This enables significant improvements in collaboration between the captain, the first officer, and the cabin crew, which in turn demonstrably increases flight safety.
All of our CRM Training courses are carried out by experienced CRM trainers and pilots. The courses stand out thanks to a high level of engagement and a wide variety of teaching methods, and they meet the requirements pursuant to EASA AMC1 ORO.FC.115. Our courses can be pursued either in-house at your company or at one of our training centers.
Course and Training Device Finder
HUMAN FACTORS TRAINING COURSES AT A GLANCE
Use our course and training device finder to find the right Human Factors Training course for your cockpit crew. We would also be happy to adapt all training courses to your specific requirements and your flight operations.
TRI Part 1
The four-day TRI Part 1 training course lays the required foundation for the initial acquisition of the type rating instructor (TRI) qualification.
Future captains can develop their leadership skills as part of our two-day, license-relevant Command Course.
CRM Recurrent Joint
The half-day CRM Recurrent Training for Cabin Crews takes places together with pilots, which enables them to work through current daily occurrences on board together in a mixed team.