Human performance refers to the way in which individuals carry out tasks, make decisions, and accomplish goals. It encompasses a wide range of abilities, including cognitive, physical, and emotional skills, as well as factors such as motivation, attitude, and personality. Understanding human performance is crucial in many fields, such as sports, business, medicine, education, and aviation as it can impact productivity, efficiency, well-being and most importantly, safety. By studying and improving human performance, we can enrich our abilities, achieve greater success, and enhance safety.
CAEs human performance guide looks at the human skills required for pilots to meet the competency-based training and assessment framework laid out by ICAO.
The guide provides advice and guidance for clients and instructors and is divided into 3 sections:
Introduction chapters: basic concepts in behavioral psychology, learning sciences and aviation frameworks.
Pilot competencies: one chapter per ICAO competency, with hints and tips for empowering pilot skills in reference to the ICAO observable behaviors.
Application chapters: covering more in-depth concepts, with practical tips for functional use of the knowledge and skills.
3.3 Psychological Safety
3.4 Sensory Illusions
3.5 Leadership Command and Mentoring
3.6 Briefing and Debriefing
Stay tuned for more chapters to be released!
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