Continuation

Human factors (Continuation)

TRAINING TYPE

Human factors (Continuation) course - video presentation with voice over, online training


CATEGORY

HF


ABOUT THE HF (Continuation) COURSE:

The term ‘Human factors’ refers to the principles which apply to aeronautical design,

certification, training, operations and maintenance whilst seeking

to ensure a safe interface between a human and other system components

by paying due consideration to human performance. 


The training program includes review of basic human factors issues

and includes new relevant issues which are related

to internal/ external quality audit information or incident analysis

which route cause is related to human errors in aviation maintenance.


THE OBJECTIVES OF THE HF (Continuation) ONLINE TRAINING ARE

  • The course is designed to improve the level of awareness as concerns Human Factors
  • Enhance the understanding of Human Performance issues related to aircraft maintenance activities.




TARGET GROUP

Aviation online training course is dedicated, but not limited to:

  • Personnel involved in to the aviation maintenance,
  • Engineering and training personnel in accordance with Part-145, Part-M and Part-147
  • Also beneficial for all personnel involved in any aviation activities


HF (Continuation) ONLINE TRAINING BENEFITS

  • Flexibility
  • Comfort/Mobility
  • Demo version preview
  • Human factors basic knowledge refreshment
  • Until course presentation isn't finished - possibility replay training material
  • No pressure at all
  • Support
  • Saving money


TIME REQUIRED

At least 1 hour 43 minutes.


METHODS AND CONCEPTION

Everyone can manage the learning pace and learning duration depending on each person possibilities.

You can choose perfect timing and comfortable place with internet access.


NECESSARY CONDITIONS

  • Internet access
  • Fluent technical aviation English language

PREREQUISITES

None


GROUP SIZE

Unlimited size for online training


EXAMINATION

  • During the HF (continuation) online training course, interactive questions are asked, seeking that students better understand course material.
  • No examination will be held.

COMPLETION

Upon successful completion of the HF (continuation) aviation online training course (100%), participants will receive online training certificate issued by EASA Part-147 approved Maintenance Training Organization (MTO).


NOTE

  • Refresher training should be conducted in a period not exceeding two years.
  • For private accounts: purchased HF (continuation) online training course can be activated within the 6 months past the purchase date. Once the course is activated it must be completed within the period of 2 months.
  • For corporate accounts: purchased HF (continuation) online training course can be activated within the 1 year past the purchase date. Once the course is activated it must be completed within the period of 2 months.


HF (Continuation) CONTENT

  • Review of the basic issues related to human factors
  • Any new relevant information obtained from the analysis of recent incidents or accidents caused by human errors in the environment of aviation maintenance.

Human factors (Continuation)

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access_time 1 hour 43 min
Continuation

Syllabus

0
chapter 0
33 seconds

0 General

1
chapter 1
1 minutes 30 seconds

1 Introduction to human factors

1.1
chapter 1.1
10 minutes 19 seconds

1.1 Overview

1.2
chapter 1.2
38 seconds

1.2 Evolution of human and machine causes of accidents

1.3
chapter 1.3
59 seconds

1.3 Accident vs. Incident

1.4
chapter 1.4
1 minutes

1.4 Basic error types

1.5
chapter 1.5
27 seconds

1.5 Error

1.6
chapter 1.6
45 seconds

1.6 Violations

1.7
Quiz

1.7 Quiz

1.8
Quiz

1.8 Quiz

2
chapter 2
33 seconds

2 Mental models

2.1
chapter 2.1
38 seconds

2.1 Iceberg model of accidents

2.2
chapter 2.2
1 minutes 28 seconds

2.2 Modified version of Reason model of accident causation

2.3
chapter 2.3
37 seconds

2.3 Error chain or chain of events

2.4
chapter 2.4
2 minutes 20 seconds

2.4 SHELL model

2.5
chapter 2.5
1 minutes 17 seconds

2.5 Heinrich Pyramid

2.6
chapter 2.6
1 minutes 36 seconds

2.6 Cost scenarios of three different life-cycle strategies

2.7
Quiz

2.7 Quiz

2.8
Quiz

2.8 Quiz

3
chapter 3
43 seconds

3 Human performance

3,1
chapter 3,1
3 minutes 23 seconds

3,1 Human performance - Vision

3,2
chapter 3,2
48 seconds

3,2 Human performance - Hearing

3,3
chapter 3,3
1 minutes 1 seconds

3,3 Human performance - Attention and Perception

3,4
chapter 3,4
1 minutes 46 seconds

3,4 Human performance - Decision making

3,5
chapter 3,5
2 minutes 10 seconds

3,5 Human performance - Memory

3,6
chapter 3,6
1 minutes 40 seconds

3,6 Human performance - Fear

3,7
chapter 3,7
39 seconds

3,7 Human performance - Climate

3,8
chapter 3,8
36 seconds

3,8 Human performance - Situation Awareness

3,9
Quiz

3,9 Quiz

3,10
Quiz

3,10 Quiz

4
chapter 4
1 minutes 10 seconds

4 Fatigue

4,1
chapter 4,1
3 minutes 42 seconds

4,1 Overview

4,2
chapter 4,2
1 minutes 37 seconds

4,2 5 steps to improve the system within a maintenance organization

4,3
chapter 4,3
36 seconds

4,3 Relative risk during 24 hours

4,4
chapter 4,4
57 seconds

4,4 Faid

4,5
chapter 4,5
1 minutes 6 seconds

4,5 Fighting against fatigue

4,6
chapter 4,6
1 minutes 2 seconds

4,6 Jet lag

4,7
Quiz

4,7 Quiz

4.8
Quiz

4.8 Quiz

5
chapter 5
33 seconds

5 Aircraft crashes caused by maintenance error

5.1
chapter 5.1
12 minutes 42 seconds

5.1 Examples of accidents and incidents caused by maintenance

5.2
Quiz

5.2 Quiz

5.3
Quiz

5.3 Quiz

6
chapter 6
5 seconds

6 Statistical data

6.1
chapter 6.1
5 minutes 13 seconds

6.1 Number of IFR flights

6.2
Quiz

6.2 Quiz

7
chapter 7
33 seconds

7 Maintenance error

7.1
chapter 7.1
1 minutes 13 seconds

7.1 The cost of maintenance errors

7.2
chapter 7.2
1 minutes 9 seconds

7.2 MEDA

7.3
chapter 7.3
58 seconds

7.3 MEDA investigation process

7.4
chapter 7.4
50 seconds

7.4 MEDA event model

7.5
chapter 7.5
42 seconds

7.5 Contributing factors to maintenance performance

7.6
chapter 7.6
4 minutes 28 seconds

7.6 Pear model

7.7
chapter 7.7
10 minutes 48 seconds

7.7 The dirty dozen

7.8
Quiz

7.8 Quiz

8
chapter 8
7 seconds

8 Examples of maintenance errors

8.1
chapter 8.1
9 minutes 26 seconds

8.1 Examples of errors

9
chapter 9
21 seconds

9 Risk control and SMS

9.1
chapter 9.1
1 minutes 10 seconds

9.1 Common maintenance errors

9.2
chapter 9.2
1 minutes 2 seconds

9.2 Order of effectiveness of risk control in aviation maintenance

9.3
chapter 9.3
2 minutes 22 seconds

9.3 Safety cycle

9.4
chapter 9.4
31 seconds

9.4 Risk index matrix

9.5
chapter 9.5
1 minutes 19 seconds

9.5 Risk acceptability table

9.6
Quiz

9.6 Quiz

9.7
Quiz

9.7 Quiz