Facilitation and Debriefing in Aviation Training and Operations
Guy M. Smith, Key Dismukes
Ashgate, Jan 1, 2000 - Transportation - 112 pages
Facilitation, as the term is used in this work, refers to processes by which one member of a group operates to help the group analyze issues, learn from experience, and work as a team to draw conclusions. This volume seeks to show the innovative ways facilitation is being used in aviation and to provide an account of methods in facilitation that will enable aviation professionals to apply these methods in their work.
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A Critical Analysis
Synopsis of a Training Manual
Other Applications of Facilitation in Aviation Training
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