This license-relevant four-day CRM instructor training course is aimed at future human factors instructors and moderators (cabin and cockpit employees). In addition to educational and psychological content, this seminar offers the opportunity to try being a moderator. Over the course of the four days, the participants will regularly give and receive feedback and will continually reflect on their own strengths and areas for development.
The TRI seminar is a requirement for the initial acquisition of a TRI instructor license. In the seminar, the participants become acquainted with the basics of professional instructing and the background to learning behavior with regard to their future duties as a TRI. Content includes the analysis and development/conception of teaching material, the relaying of teaching and learning content, and the testing and evaluation of performance.
CRM initial training is designed for prospective first officers or for pilots who are changing operators. It is legally required and covers all content stipulated by EASA. As well as CRM foundations, participants also learn strategies for dealing with potential heavy workloads and coping with difficulties and conflicts within their team.
CRM recurrent training includes a review of recent aviation experiences and a look at the current state of research in the areas of psychology, CRM, and human factors. In this process, participants have the opportunity to reflect on their own strengths and areas for development and to try out alternative approaches.