- Human factors Continuation – Click to access Human Factors Continuation Training Needs Analysis (TNA)
- Fuel Tank Safety Continuation – Click to access Fuel Tank Safety Continuation Training Needs Analysis (TNA)
- EWIS Groups 1&2 – Click to access EWIS 1&2 Training Needs Analysis (TNA)
We can think of Human factors as how we all do our jobs and what can affect us when carrying them out.
Consider aviation; an environment that is not only fast paced, but also subject to much change with little advance notice – Human factors looks at how people can be affected by and perform when multiple factors and circumstances are considered.
Here we look at what Human Factors are, how they can affect us, who they can affect and what we can do to recognise and rectify some of the issues arising from Human Factors in aviation.
Fuel Tank Safety
This Fuel Tank Safety Course looks at what we mean when we talk about safety relating to fuel tank’s – how we all interact and have an input into this when working specifically with fuel tanks, fuel systems and on or near fuel tanks.
We look at the history, the lessons learned and the different points that we all need to be aware of when considering Fuel Tank Safety, covering topics such as CDCCL (Critical Design Configuration Control Limitations) and SFAR 88.
EWIS Groups 1&2
Electrical Wiring Interconnection System is the term for wiring as a collective incorporating all fittings and associated hardware as a system that transmits electrical signals between components or points on the aircraft.
The significance of the wiring to be considered as a system is an important aspect of awareness and has a history of being previously involved with aircraft incidents. Now with this increased knowledge and understanding we can address the risks and reduce the likelihood of wiring events occurring and causing such incidents.
The 3 courses in this bundle should take approximately 12 hours to complete.