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Human Factors in Amsterdam

Written on:mei 13, 2012
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Human Factors Classroom training in Amsterdam

What makes Amsterdam so popular? Is it the canals and bridges, the city’s rich history, the cultural offerings, the congenial neighborhoods with cafés and antique shops or the municipal parks that are enough to confound the senses? Or is it the liberal character of the city? It’s the combination that makes Amsterdam so unique.

HACE offers a two days Human Factors in Aviation Maintenance Training Course in the centre of Amsterdam, close to Amsterdam Central Train Station. Our trainer is a qualified Human Factors trainer, who is trained by the Aerospace Psycology Group at Trinity College in Dublin (Ireland).

Our training courses are always planned on Thursday and Friday, for the simple reason that you can extend your stay and discover Amsterdam over the weekend. We have made special pricing arrangements for trainees that are interested to extend their stay in Amsterdam.

REGULATORY COMPLIANCE:

This Human Factors training course complies with EASA Part 145.A.30(e), FAA CFR 14 paragraph 145.161 and Order 9550.8. Our trainer is a qualified Human Factors trainer, who is trained by the Aerospace Psycology Group at Trinity College in Dublin (Ireland).

COURSE OBJECTIVES:

This course is created with the intention to improve the level of Human Factors awareness and to improve the understanding of Human Performance issues related to activities in a EASA/FAA part 145 maintenance environment.

Once you have booked the course, you will receive an e-mail with a link to an online survey. By completing this survey (anonymously) we will receive feedback on the strengths and weaknesses of the trainee, the team he or she works in and the organisation he or she works for. This information is used to highlight specific topics during the course, so human factors awareness weaknesses can be improved.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:

This Human Factors continuation training is not only intended for maintenance engineers, but also for other functions directly or indirectly related to maintenance activities. HACE recommends managers to complete this Advanced E-training course as well, so they can understand the organizational benefits of a Human Factors / Safety Program.

Besides several workshop elements during the two days course, we will discuss the following topics:

PART I HUMAN FACTORS PRINCIPLES

  • Background
  • History – Statistics
  • HF Models

PART II HUMAN PERFORMANCE

  • Human error
  • Biological Factors
  • Physical Factors
  • Mental Factors
  • Competence and knowledge
  • Personality and attitude

PART III ASSIGNMENT

  • Processing a task
  • Instructions and procedures
  • Other resources
  • Dirty Dozen

PART IV TEAM

  • Teamwork and team performance
  • Norms
  • Peer pressure
  • Communication
  • Conflict management 

PART V COMPANY

  • Resource and planning Factors
  • Competence, skills and training Factors
  • Organizational Culture Factors
  • External Factors

LOCATION:

NH Galaxy **** Hotel in Amsterdam

Distelkade, 21. 1031 XP Amsterdam (Netherlands)

Tel. +31.20.6348000 Fax: +31.20.6360345

E-mail: nhgalaxy@nh-hotels.com

 

TRAINING PACKAGES:

 

 

 

 

 

AVAILABLE DATES 2012

FULL TRAINING PACKAGE

2 X 8 HRS TRAINING PACKAGE

PLAIN TRAINING PACKAGE

 

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