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Thu, Mar 17, 2005

Exploring The Human Factor In Dallas

Iviation sponsors CRM Course in Dallas

iviation says it will launch its recurrent Human Factors & Crew Resource Management course in Dallas, TX on either April 26 or 27 at the Harvey Hotel at DFW airport.

CEO David Perdue describes the course as an interactive, discussion-based program utilizing the latest information and research in the Human Factors field. "This is not a
course that merely fills a square but is developed to provide a meaningful furthering of your professional career," Perdue told ANN.

He described the goals of the course as development of skills in threat and error management:

  • Leadership and Teamwork
  • Communication
  • Situational Awareness
  • Decision Making
  • CFIT Awareness & Avoidance
  • Fatigue

The one day course includes: Continental breakfast, lunch and refreshments. Group discounts are available for four or more, Perdue said.

FMI: www.iviation.com

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