Aviation Training: Learners, Instruction, and Organization

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Ross Telfer, Phillip J. Moore
Avebury Aviation, 1997 - Transportation - 370 pages
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The book is in three parts, which consider training from the perspective of the learner, the instructor and the organization. Its intended readership includes civil and military training and senior pilots, flying instructors, check pilots, CRM facilitators, Human Factors and safety departments, and aviation and educational psychologists as well as those in operations and air traffic management and regulatory authorities.

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About the author (1997)

Dr Ross A. Telfer, Instructional Research and Development Pty, Australia. Dr Ross was formerly Foundation Professor and Head of Department of Aviation at the University of Newcastle, Australia. He now heads his own international consultancy (Instructional Research and Development) which has been active with a number of airlines developing and evaluating training programs. His current research interest is in pilot learning and training. Dr Phillip J. Moore Professor and Head of the Department of Educational Psychology, Counselling and Learning Needs, for the Hong Kong Institute of Education in Tai Po, Hong Kong. Previously, he was Associate Professor in Education at the University of Newcastle, Australia. He taught educational psychology in the Department of Education and instructional courses in the department of Aviation and Technology. With Telfer he has been conducting joint research with national and international airlines on pilot, instructor and organizational perspectives on learning.

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