Aviation and Aerospace Fundamentals - Human Factors
This course will introduce you to the foundational concepts involved in the field of human factors, relating to human performance. A greater understanding of human performance results in better informed employees, contributing to a safer and more positive workplace environment. You will learn and practice skills in: identifying outcomes that can arise due to human limitations; effective, productive and efficient decision making; simple analysis of the systemic cause(s) of human error.
Who should attend?
This program has been developed for those wanting to enter the Aviation and Aerospace industry or to develop an understanding of human factors within the industry.
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Short Course Outline - Aviation and Aerospace Fundamentals
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Swinburne Live Online Short Courses and Qualifications
Our Live Online training is delivered to you live, providing similar interactions as face to face training with the benefits of remote access. The training is delivered through video conferencing and discussion board platforms. Workshops are broken into interactive video sessions, including presentations and distribution of materials and discussion board based activities.
Our Live Online delivery
Our Live Online delivery is a dynamic, engaging and interactive way to learn remotely. It’s just like face to face but with the added benefits of digital technology. Your facilitator will present in real-time, and you will be able to participate in group discussions and collaborate on exercises and group activities using our interactive platforms.
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- Course delivery, learning objectives and benefits.
The Aviation and Aerospace Fundamentals - Human Factors course is delivered Live Online.
In this Aviation Fundamentals course you will learn:
- Human performance limitations
- Human performance benefits
- Human information processing and decision making
- How the application of human factors has changed the way we work today
- The future of automation within the work environment, and how this changes the amount of human interaction
- How human performance is managed in the aviation industry
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