Human Factors Train-The-Trainer Course



January 22-26, 2024 (Myrtle Beach, SC, USA)


TACG is a worldwide leading provider of aviation Human Factors training. We have been providing Human Factors training to aviation operators on a worldwide basis since 2000. Our Human Factors courses are cost-effective, flexible, and practical (we minimize theory and maximize real-world experiences, examples, and case studies). TACG offers Human Factors courses for airline line maintenance facilities, MROs, FBOs, manufacturers, and more. TACG's Human Factors courses meet and exceed the requirements of Regulators worldwide (including FAA, Transport Canada, and EASA).

This course is appropriate for company personnel who would like to learn how to develop and teach HF courses. This is a 5-day intensive course that, upon successful completion, will certify the candidate as a company HF trainer, and be approvable as such by your CAA.
This course can also be conducted on request at customer facilities worldwide!
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Course Details


Name: Human Factors Train-The-Trainer 

Date: January 22-26, 2024

Time: 8:00am-5:00pm daily (includes a 1-hour lunch break) 

Location: Myrtle Beach, SC, USA (Hilton Garden Inn, Myrtle Beach/Coastal Grand Mall). Hotel is just 5 minutes from the Myrtle Beach International Airport and has free shuttle service!

Language: English


  • Course slides
  • Handouts
  • Certificate of training (with successful course completion)
  • Lunch each day of training
  • Coffee breaks each day of training

Optional: Human Factors Training Software Package


Main Topics:


  • Introduction to Human Factors
  • Human Error
  • The Dirty Dozen
  • Case Study
  • Culture
  • Human Performance and Limitations
  • Communication
  • Teamwork
  • Procedures and Information
  • Professionalism and Integrity
  • Various Case Studies/Exercises
  • Student Presentations (Round One)
  • Foundations of Learning
  • Student Presentations (Round Two)
  • Course Development
  • Instructional Techniques
  • Presentation Methods
  • PowerPoint
  • Recurrent Training Methods
  • Assessing Learning Outcomes
  • Example Presentation Styles
  • Student Presentations (Round Three)
  • Questions and Answers 



About Myrtle Beach


Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, is one of the top-rated family beaches in the United States!

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Meet Your Facilitator

Dr. Bob Baron, Ph.D
President/CEO of The Aviation Consulting Group
Full Bio

The Aviation Consulting Group (TACG) was founded in 2000 by Dr. Bob Baron, who serves as President/CEO. Dr. Baron has personally been involved in aviation for over 30 years, with extensive experience as a pilot, educator, and aviation safety advocate.

Sensitive and knowledgeable about various cultures, Dr. Baron uses his 35+ years of academic and practical experience to assist aviation organizations in their pursuit of safety and quality excellence. He has extensive experience working with developing nations and island countries. He also provides training and consulting to some of the largest airlines and aircraft manufacturers in the world, as well as civil aviation authorities and accident investigation bureaus.

Dr Baron’s education includes a Ph.D Degree in Industrial and Organizational Psychology (the things safety culture and SMS are built on), as well as a Master’s Degree in Aeronautical Science (Specializations in Human Factors and Aviation/Aerospace Safety Systems) and a Bachelor’s Degree in Professional Aeronautics (Minor in Aviation/Aerospace Safety).

Dr. Baron was an adjunct assistant professor at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University from 2009-2012. He taught the Graduate Capstone Project and Research Methods for Aviation/Aerospace courses. He was also a full-time faculty member at Everglades University from 2004-2011, where he taught Safety Management and Human Factors courses at the Graduate and Undergraduate levels.

Dr. Baron has published numerous papers and presentations on a variety of aviation safety topics including Human Factors in Aviation Maintenance, Human Error, Human Performance, CRM, SMS, Safety Culture, Organizational Behavior, Analysis of Various Aviation Accidents, and more. His articles have appeared in various aviation trade publications including Aviation Maintenance Magazine, AeroSafety World Magazine, Flying Magazine, Aircraft Maintenance Technology Magazine, Director of Maintenance Magazine, Journal of the International Society of Air Safety Investigators, and The International Journal of Applied Aviation Studies.

Dr. Baron has also served as a consulting editor for the FAA's International Journal of Applied Aviation Studies (IJAAS) and currently serves on the editorial board for the Journal of Airport Management (JAM) and the Journal of Aviation/Aerospace Education and Research (JAAER).

Dr. Baron is type-rated in Learjets (LRJET series) and Citations (CE500 series) and was a Part 135 contract Learjet captain and check airman for numerous operators in the south Florida area from 1996-2004. He was also a simulator and ground instructor for the Lear 35A at Pan Am Intl. Flight Academy in Miami and FlightSafety in West Palm Beach during that same period of time.


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