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Crew Resource Management  

 

     The Aviation Consulting Group is a worldwide leading provider of aviation Crew Resource Management (CRM) training. We offer CRM courses for airlines, charter, business aviation, and rotary wing operators. Our CRM courses meet and exceed the requirements of FAA AC 120-51E and can be tailored specifically to flightcrews or as an integrated course with both flight and cabin crews.

 

     According to the FAA, CRM is defined as, "The effective use of all available resources: human resources, hardware, and information. CRM training is one way of addressing the challenge of optimizing the human/machine interface and accompanying interpersonal activities. These activities include team building and maintenance, information transfer, problem solving, decisionmaking, maintaining situation awareness, and dealing with automated systems." The majority of accidents are not due to a malfunctioning aircraft or a lack of proficiency by the crew; rather, they are due to failures in human performance that center around judgment, decision making, leadership skills, teamwork, non-adherence to standard operating procedures, and regulatory violations. CRM training addresses these as well as many other issues.  

 

     CRM training is a soft skills subject and, as such, the most effective delivery method is face-to-face with a live facilitator. Our highly experienced facilitators present timely, research-based topics, guide discussions, and interject lots of anecdote (as well as some humor). A face-to-face class also allows greater interaction between attendees through personal experiences, large/small group exercises, activities, and case studies. Additionally, a live facilitator can answer student questions in real time. These are just some of the benefits of face-to-face training versus online or computer-based training.

CRM Courses Offered

 

Courses are offered on request at customer locations worldwide

and at our beautiful locations in Myrtle Beach, SC and Fort Lauderdale, FL!

 

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Crew Resource Management Train-The-Trainer (long course)

Crew Resource Management Train-The-Trainer (short course)

Crew Resource Management Initial

Crew Resource Management Recurrent

Crew Resource Management Train-The-Trainer (long course)

5 days

 

COURSE NAME: Crew Resource Management Train-The-Trainer

 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND? Company employees who will be responsible for developing and teaching CRM courses

 

COURSE DURATION: 40.0 hrs. (5 days)

 

TIME: 8:00am-5:00pm daily (includes a one hour break for lunch)

 

WHAT TO BRING: Laptop computer with Adobe Acrobat, Word, PowerPoint, and Excel

 

WHAT TO WEAR: Business casual

 

INCLUDED IN COURSE:

 Our full 2-day Initial CRM Course

 3 days of facilitator training

 Coursebook

 Handouts

 Certificate of Training

 Optional training software package (comes with complete lifetime support and no renewal fees!)

         This is a training software package that includes all training materials for a two day initial CRM course.

         All the work has been done for you!

         Course materials include:

                 Hundreds of PowerPoint slides

                 Extensive notes

                 Videos

                 Exercises

                 Handouts

                 Training supplements

                 Test

 

COURSE TOPICS:

 General/Introduction to CRM

 Human Error

 Organizational Factors

 Physiological Factors

 Psychological/Cognitive Factors

 Communication

 Approach and Landing Accidents (ALA) and Controlled Flight Into Terrain (CFIT)

 Automation

 Runway Incursions

 Teamwork

 Checklists

 Standard Operating Procedures (SOP's)

 Briefings

 Facilitation Techniques and Adult Learning Principles

 Various Case Studies/Exercises 

 

REGISTRATION INFORMATION: 

Courses are conducted on request at customer locations worldwide or at TACG locations in Myrtle Beach, SC, USA and Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA.

Click here for scheduling options and a quote.

 

 

Crew Resource Management Train-The-Trainer (short course)

3 days

 

COURSE NAME: Crew Resource Management Train-The-Trainer

 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND? Company employees who will be responsible for developing and teaching CRM courses

 

COURSE DURATION: 24.0 hrs. (3 days)

 

TIME: 8:00am-5:00pm daily (includes a one hour break for lunch)

 

WHAT TO BRING: Laptop computer with Adobe Acrobat, Word, PowerPoint, and Excel

 

WHAT TO WEAR: Business casual

 

INCLUDED IN COURSE:

 Our full 2-day Initial CRM Course

 1 day of basic facilitator training

 Coursebook

 Handouts

 Certificate of Training

 Optional training software package (comes with complete lifetime support and no renewal fees!)

         This is a training software package that includes all training materials for a two day initial CRM course.

         All the work has been done for you!

         Course materials include:

                 Hundreds of PowerPoint slides

                 Extensive notes

                 Videos

                 Exercises

                 Handouts

                 Training supplements

                 Test

 

COURSE TOPICS:

 General/Introduction to CRM

 Human Error

 Organizational Factors

 Physiological Factors

 Psychological/Cognitive Factors

 Communication

 Approach and Landing Accidents (ALA) and Controlled Flight Into Terrain (CFIT)

 Automation

 Runway Incursions

 Teamwork

 Checklists

 Standard Operating Procedures (SOP's)

 Briefings

 Facilitation Techniques and Adult Learning Principles

 Various Case Studies/Exercises 

 

REGISTRATION INFORMATION: 

Courses are conducted on request at customer locations worldwide or at TACG locations in Myrtle Beach, SC, USA and Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA.

Click here for scheduling options and a quote.

 

 

Crew Resource Management Initial

2 days

 

COURSE NAME: Crew Resource Management Initial

 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND? Pilots, flight attendants

 

COURSE DURATION: 16.0 hrs. (2 days)

 

TIME: 8:00am-5:00pm daily (includes a one hour break for lunch)

 

WHAT TO BRING: N/A

 

WHAT TO WEAR: Business casual

 

INCLUDED IN COURSE:

 Coursebook

 Handouts

 Certificate of Training

 

COURSE TOPICS:

 General/Introduction to CRM

 Human Error

 Organizational Factors

 Physiological Factors

 Psychological/Cognitive Factors

 Communication

 Approach and Landing Accidents (ALA) and Controlled Flight Into Terrain (CFIT)

 Automation

 Runway Incursions

 Teamwork

 Checklists

 Standard Operating Procedures (SOP's)

 Briefings

 Various Case Studies/Exercises 

 

REGISTRATION INFORMATION: 

Courses are conducted on request at customer locations worldwide or at TACG locations in Myrtle Beach, SC, USA and Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA.

Click here for scheduling options and a quote.

 

 

Crew Resource Management Recurrent

1 day

 

COURSE NAME: Crew Resource Management Recurrent

 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND? Pilots, flight attendants

 

COURSE DURATION: 8.0 hrs. (1 day)

 

TIME: 8:00am-5:00pm (includes a one hour break for lunch)

 

WHAT TO BRING: N/A

 

WHAT TO WEAR: Business casual

 

INCLUDED IN COURSE:

 Coursebook

 Handouts

 Certificate of Training

 

COURSE TOPICS:  

 Threat and Error Management

 Flight Planning/Briefings

 Checklists

 Sterile Cockpit

 Distractions and Interruptions

 Fatigue

 Communication and Teamwork

 Automation

 Professionalism and the Sterile Cockpit Revisited

 Vigilance

 Approach and Landing Accidents (ALA) and Controlled Flight Into Terrain (CFIT

 To Land or not to Land?

 Runway Incursions

 Various Case Studies/Exercises

 Open Discussion

 

REGISTRATION INFORMATION: 

Courses are conducted on request at customer locations worldwide or at TACG locations in Myrtle Beach, SC, USA and Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA.

Click here for scheduling options and a quote.

  

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