Characteristics and Practices for the Work Force
Ashton J. Williams
Student ID# 26760570
The purpose is to provide characteristics and practices to be brought into the work force. This research looks in the depth of the process in aeronautical decision making. Research has shown there are 6 basics types of aeronautical decision making: go/no go decisions; recognition-primed decisions; response selection decisions; resource management decisions; non-diagnostic procedural decisions; and creative problem solving. Health assessment pilots should perform using the FAA approved IMSAFE checklist. Things to consider when interacting with co-workers, such as communication and respecting other differences. Skills in providing customer service.
While I continue my aviation career into the work force I plan to hold a high level of professionalism and be a role model to junior pilots. Practices that I would bring into the workforce is an in-depth knowledge in aeronautical decision making, personal health assessment, interaction with coworkers and customer service.
Aeronautical Decision Making
The ability to make good decisions is a critical fundamental of pilot proficiency and can be improved with proper training. Although the contribution of human error has declined at a slow rate in the past several years, the decision error by pilots have been frequently reported to be involved in 42.6% of accidents. Decisions are often made with ambiguous information, under extreme risk, and with very little processing time. Component of pilot proficiency is the ability of aeronautical decision making (Li, 2005).
There are numerous number of developments and researches to aid pilots in their decision making. There are six different basic types of decisions in aeronautical decision making. Those six types of decision included go/no go decisions; recognition-primed decisions; response selection decisions; resource management decisions;...