AT1009 - Safety Management- Optimized pilot-controler cooperation workshop

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AT1009 - Safety Management- Optimized pilot-controler cooperation workshop

Objectives

General objective:

The student’s awareness regarding Flight Safety will be improved.
Various presentations will help the student understand the specific aspects of the differents jobs in the Air Traffic world. By knowing some carateristics and by various case studies, the student will understand how to influence flight safety in a positive way.

Detailed objectives:

Optimization of Pilot - Controller cooperation from experience feed-back:
Help the students develop a better understanding of the operational interactions between pilots and controllers
On the basis of various case studies (“normal operation” and “unusual situations”), the students will able to describe and use the mecanisms linked to learning from experience feed-back.
The student’s awareness regarding the « other one’s » job caracteristics will be improved
The student will understand the objectives and constraints of the « other one’s » job
The student will be able to figure-out the interaction mecanisms between pilots and controllers
The student will understand his role as an « actor » of the experience feed-back process
The student will better understand the strengths & weaknesses of phraseology
The student will be able to establish a list of best practices
The student will better understand the importance of “pleasant / friendly oral commuication”
The student will be aware that pilots have a good overall view of their day of work but only a partial view of the ATC sector they happen to be flying through
The student will become aware that the controller has a good overall view of his ATC sector but only a partial view of the flight his has under his control
The student will become aware of the specific constraints appliacble to each and all of those involved in an ATC situation
This workshop will give the students the opportunity to exchange and discuss various case studies
The student will be made aware of the importance to express explicitly his/her needs
The student will be made aware of the fact that pilots manage a process that follows a prescribed order / sequence
The student will be made aware of the fact that controllers manage consecutive interruptions.
To help student understand the work-load within the cockpit during unusual & emergency situations

Hours

  • Supervised Practical Work : 6h

In brief

ECTS credits : cf Teaching Unit

Number of hours 6

Contact(s)

Places

  • Toulouse