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Quick Question – Human Factors Findings for Training Development

Approved maintenance organizations with EASA, TCCA, or ANAC approval must include human factors topics in their training programs. In November 2019, change 7 of the FAA-EASA Maintenance Annex Guidance (MAG) clarified that recurrent training must be based on lessons learned from discrepancies and corrective actions:

NOTE: The recurrent human factors training must not be a simple repetition of the initial training. Instead, it must be built upon errors/lessons learned and the experiences within the organization (or group of organizations). This should help ensure that the results of internal quality audits and occurrence reports are brought to the attention of all staff. (See Section B, Appendix 1)

While some members have already integrated ARSA’s existing human factors training sessions into their compliance, the association intends to expand its offerings as part of its new rollout of live training (which remain in the training catalogue as on-demand recordings). To help select topics for those classes, respond to this month’s “quick question.”

Note: The question is displayed in its own, embedded window. If the “Submit” button is not visible on the screen, you must scroll within the survey window to submit your response.

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