The aim of the course is to enable participants through theory lessons, practice and discussions to understand the key factors leading to stress and fatigue, to recognise and evaluate the impact and develop prevention and coping strategies.
Course aim The TRM Facilitator course is designed for operational personnel who intend to work as facilitators of TRM. The aim is to train the … Continued
The TRM Training course is designed for all ANSP personnel to help enhance their operational task efficiency and increase safety awareness. The aim of the course is to provide guidance on how to improve teamwork skills and human performance in ATM.
The aim of the course is to provide participants with knowledge concerning the foundation, the mechanisms and the manifestations of Safety II. The course introduces participants to the concept and principles of a systems thinking approach and creates awareness and understanding of the increasing complexity of operational work.
The course is designed for all stakeholders involved in operational aspects of flight safety within the ATM environment. The aim of the course is to provide participants with knowledge concerning the concepts, language and four basic abilities of the Resilience Engineering framework. The purpose of resilience engineering is to move away from the traditional focus on error towards seeing both risk and safety as the product of normal organisational processes.
This course provides participants with fundamental knowledge regarding the collection, the analysis and the documentation process of incident and accident investigation.
The aim of the course is to provide participants with fundamental knowledge on both incident and accident investigation. The course is designed for operational air traffic controllers, flight safety officers, managers, union representatives, regulatory authorities, ATS management and others involved in operational aspects of flight safety within the ATM environment.
The course will introduce you to the concepts, language and skills of the Just Culture framework. Just Culture balances the need for an open reporting environment and quality learning culture, with the need to appropriately hold all employees accountable for the quality of their choices.
The course is designed for all stakeholders involved in the process of implementing a new ATM system and/or demonstrating that the implementation of a new system or procedure is safe within the ATM system.