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Human Factors Training

The Dirty Dozen in Depth

All of ARSA’s human factors training sessions have been accepted by the FAA for Inspection Authorization renewal credit under § 65.93(a)(4). To purchase multiple sessions at a discounted price, click here to view options for purchasing via a “tiered bundle.”

For each element of “the Dirty Dozen,” the series provides:

(1) Basic definitions and context. (2) Aviation Safety regulatory references. (3) Examples. (4) Mitigations. (5) Exercises.

Communication
Complacency
Lack of Knowledge
Distraction
Lack of Teamwork
Fatigue
Lack of Resources
Pressure
Lack of Assertiveness
Stress
Lack of Awareness
Norms

Featured Course

Complying with Part 145 – “Soup to Nuts” (Four Hours)
Instructor: Sarah MacLeod
Description: Specially recorded with a hand-picked audience for interactive discussion, this session thoroughly reviews 14 CFR part 145, discusses the application of the rule and overviews some practical implications of obtaining and maintaining a repair station certificate.
Click here to register and get access for 90 days.

IA Renewal Credit

22 ARSA Sessions Acceptable for IA Renewal Credit
The human factors series joins eight other ARSA training sessions that are acceptable for IA renewal credit. After receiving an extension from the FAASTeam, ARSA’s sessions will remain acceptable until 2023. To view all of the association’s accepted courses, click here. If you have questions regarding any of ARSA’s training resources, contact Brett Levanto.

On Demand Sessions

ARSA maintains an ever-expanding library of on-demand recordings of its online training sessions. Each recording is available for unlimited viewing for 90 days after purchase. Click here to get started. Don’t see the training you need? Contact us and help get it developed.



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