Human Factors Awareness Training Course

Human Factors plays a critical role in all areas of aviation. Given the substantial impact of Human Factors in flight operations, the Human Factors Awareness Training (HFAT) course is essential for pilots and flight instructors at all levels, as well as key employees in flying organisations.

The Airline Pilot Technical Interview Theory Course is a perfect companion to our Airline Interview Coaching Session. It explores more advanced theory concepts over 9 modules to give you an even greater advantage in your airline interview preparation.

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Program Overview

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Better Decisions Mean Better Pilots

The Human Factors Awareness Training Theory Course has been developed based on local Australian recommendations to introduce structured Human Factors training that covers safety, human performance, communication, teamwork and overall decision making.

Aspects and considerations of Human Factors are critical for pilots and aviation operators regardless of whether they are highly experienced or just beginning their training.

Understanding the considerations of Human Factors helps to improve your decision-making processes, which will ultimately make you a better pilot or operator of a flying organisation at any stage of your career.

Making A Commitment To Safety

Human Factors research shows a pattern that links the top five safety risks as almost always involves some form of “Human Error”.

Previously, human error was considered as a cause of failure. However, with Human Factors studies that view has evolved, and we now see human error not as a cause, but as a symptom of a system failure.

Whilst Human Factors and safety training has not been mandated by CASA, an increased understanding of its importance means that it is now being recommended both locally and globally. The fundamentals of this course have been developed in line with our continued commitment to leading the way with safety in flight training.

Schedule a meeting with us to discuss your aviation career goals and how we can help you to get there. 

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Course Syllabus

learn-to-fly-melbourne-just-culture CREATING A JUST
CULTURE
01
COMMUNICATION
AND TEAMWORK
02
SITUATIONAL
AWARENESS &
DECISION
MAKING
03
THREAT & ERROR
MANAGEMENT
(TEM)
04
HUMAN FACTORS
WITHIN YOUR
ORGANIZATION
05
HUF TRAINING
& THE AVIATION
INDUSTRY
06
HUMAN
FACTORS & THE
FLYING
ORGANIZATIONS
07
Creating A Just Culture A “Just Culture” is crucial to maintain consistently high safety standards and promote Human Factors awareness. A Just Culture describes a learning environment and attitude that focuses on improvement through participation in study and educational sessions, and open communication in discussions
Effective Communication COMMUNICATION
AND TEAMWORK
02
SITUATIONAL
AWARENESS &
DECISION
MAKING
03
THREAT & ERROR
MANAGEMENT
(TEM)
04
HUMAN FACTORS
WITHIN YOUR
ORGANIZATION
05
CREATING A JUST
CULTURE
01
HUF TRAINING
& THE AVIATION
INDUSTRY
06
HUMAN
FACTORS & THE
FLYING
ORGANIZATIONS
07
Communication and Teamwork Communication comes in many forms including verbal, physical and even subconscious. Pilots at all levels maintain important relationships with both flight crew and ground staff, and the effectiveness of communication and teamwork can have huge impacts on safety
Situational-Awareness-and-Decision-Making-Learn-To-Fly-Melbourne COMMUNICATION
AND TEAMWORK
02
SITUATIONAL
AWARENESS &
DECISION
MAKING
03
THREAT & ERROR
MANAGEMENT
(TEM)
04
HUMAN FACTORS
WITHIN YOUR
ORGANIZATION
05
CREATING A JUST
CULTURE
01
HUF TRAINING
& THE AVIATION
INDUSTRY
06
HUMAN
FACTORS & THE
FLYING
ORGANIZATIONS
07
Situational Awareness & Decision Making Situational Awareness is often described as “The Big Picture” and has been identified as a key contributing factor in numerous aviation incidents and accidents. We will examine the route that Situational Awareness takes to lead towards effective decision making, and its importance in the safe operation of aircraft in all scenarios.
Advanced Technical Knowledge Airline Interview Coaching Session Learn To Fly Melbourne COMMUNICATION
AND TEAMWORK
02
SITUATIONAL
AWARENESS &
DECISION
MAKING
03
THREAT & ERROR
MANAGEMENT
(TEM)
04
HUMAN FACTORS
WITHIN YOUR
ORGANIZATION
05
CREATING A JUST
CULTURE
01
HUF TRAINING
& THE AVIATION
INDUSTRY
06
HUMAN
FACTORS & THE
FLYING
ORGANIZATIONS
07
Threat & Error Management (TEM) TEM forms a crucial part of flight training and whilst subjective, how it is presented can be as important as the content itself. We will explore the numerous methods through which TEM can be presented, and discuss the most effective ways to communicate this information to the next generation of pilots as well as future colleagues or employees.
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AND TEAMWORK
02
SITUATIONAL
AWARENESS &
DECISION
MAKING
03
THREAT & ERROR
MANAGEMENT
(TEM)
04
HUMAN FACTORS
WITHIN YOUR
ORGANIZATION
05
CREATING A JUST
CULTURE
01
HUF TRAINING
& THE AVIATION
INDUSTRY
06
HUMAN
FACTORS & THE
FLYING
ORGANIZATIONS
07
Human Factors Within YOUR Organisation How Human Factors relates to you and your flying organisation is a topic that should be considered by pilots, staff, and organisations alike. This section will discuss and review the key areas and they can relate to or be applied within various organisation types. This module will explore the real-life experiences of participants, giving you a more practical insight.
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AND TEAMWORK
02
SITUATIONAL
AWARENESS &
DECISION
MAKING
03
THREAT & ERROR
MANAGEMENT
(TEM)
04
HUMAN FACTORS
WITHIN YOUR
ORGANIZATION
05
CREATING A JUST
CULTURE
01
HUF TRAINING
& THE AVIATION
INDUSTRY
06
HUMAN
FACTORS & THE
FLYING
ORGANIZATIONS
07
HUF Training & The Aviation Industry This module looks at how key topic areas such as human performance, communication and teamwork relate to individual pilots, and then also how they relate to the wider aviation community. Understanding of these topics leads to more effective situational awareness, risk reduction, and improved safety in your own role within the aviation industry.
Human-Factors-Flying-Organizations COMMUNICATION
AND TEAMWORK
02
SITUATIONAL
AWARENESS &
DECISION
MAKING
03
THREAT & ERROR
MANAGEMENT
(TEM)
04
HUMAN FACTORS
WITHIN YOUR
ORGANIZATION
05
CREATING A JUST
CULTURE
01
HUMAN
FACTORS & THE
FLYING
ORGANIZATIONS
07
HUF TRAINING
& THE AVIATION
INDUSTRY
06
Human Factors & Flying Organizations It is important that Human Factors moves beyond just theoretical topic areas. Evolving knowledge into practical applications within flying organisations is essential to improve safety in day-to-day operations. We will expand on previous lessons to develop methods to enhance your efficiency and approach to Human Factors for yourself and your team.

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Our Graduate

Alexey Khodakovskiy

Learn To Fly’s Human Factors Awareness Training course is aimed at educating on the fundamental aspects of Human Factors, with the goal of improving safety and the performance of people in the aviation industry. This course provides enormous benefits not just to individual pilots and employees, but to the overall safety culture within any aviation organisation.” – Alexey Khodakovskiy, Flight Instructor & DAA Safety Manager 

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