Human Factors Training Program—Original Issue
April 05, 2007
Human factors training is mandatory for EASA-approved repair stations. ARSA’s human factors training materials assists repair stations in designing and implementing their own unique training.
The program follows the requirements outlined in the FAA’s flight standards handbook bulletin for airworthiness entitled “Guidance for Evaluation and Acceptance of Maintenance Human Factors Training Programs.”
- Human factors training program workbook—an overview, which will enable you to tailor the program to your facility and personnel.
- Nine training modules—individual courses that must be reviewed and modified to create human factors training for your repair station.
- Human factors training program case studies—illustrate aircraft accidents where human factors played a significant role. Each case study provides a detailed description and analysis of the event that can be adapted to provide instruction to your facility personnel.
Price: ARSA members $500.00; non-members $1,250.00
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