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For a pilot, the study of Human performance and Limitations is crucial to an understanding of the central role played by the human factor in promoting safety and efficiency in flying operations. A thorough understanding of this subject is essential if you are to develop the high standards of airmanship required of all those who fly, whether as a private or professional pilot. This course applies to JAA/EASA (European) Pilot Licensing.
This interactive computer-based training (CBT) course teaches you the essentials of what you need to know about the interaction between the human being, his aircraft and the flying environment. The course also covers the basic psychological considerations of piloting, by stressing the demands that flying places on a pilot's faculties of perception, communication, judgment and decision making, and by pointing out some important limitations of those faculties. Includes 130 JAA/EASA style test questions and answers.
Table of Contents:
- The Atmosphere
- The Human Body
- Effects of Partial Pressure
- Vision • Hearing
- Flying & Health
- The Information Process
- The Central Decision Channel
- Verbal Communication
- The Cockpit
Minimum Recommended System Requirements:
- Windows XP +
- 550 MHz CPU
- 256 Mb RAM
- 4x CD-ROM Drive
- Windows compatible Sound Card
- 1024 x 728 16-bit Color Graphics
|Manufacturer||Oxford Aviation Media|
|Rating/Aircraft Type||JAA (European) PPL|