The Annual RAeS International Flight Crew Training Conference is well established and highly successful. The 2011 Conference aims to seek solutions on how best to consider flight crew training standards from an international perspective.
With Keynote Addresses from the heads of ICAO, IATA, FAA, EASA and the UK CAA, register online now to secure your place at this must attend event!
Safety data indicates that there remain pressing issues in flight crew training. Further improvements are needed, especially in airmanship, air traffic management and situational awareness, upset recovery, and human factors. Further issues arise on whether the training syllabuses mirror best practice, include new tasks and procedures, and exclude exercises no longer relevant.
The Conference will examine the latest thinking on both competency-based and recurrent training. With wide variations in training syllabuses, it will also discuss whether more harmonisation in training and evaluation standards and processes might be beneficial, and whether some form of global resource for the flight crew training community might be helpful. Regardless of your role, this Conference will provide a unique opportunity to become involved, discuss the issues and influence the work required to resolve them.
Who should attend?
* Aircraft manufacturers & operators
* Makers and users of training systems ?
* Training providers
* Airspace managers, researchers and regulators
Benefits of Attending?
* Get an overview of the key developments within the Flight Crew Training community
* Participate in debate and discussion to address current industry issues
* Network with a varied audience of key decision-makers
Royal Aeronautical Society Headquarters
No.4 Hamilton Place, London W1J 7BQ