In this assignment I will be identifying my qualifications, experiences, skills and attributes. I will be focusing on my career development. I will be producing an honest and realistic audit of my aspirations for a career in the aviation industry. Qualifications. When at secondary school I started my GCSE’S when I was in year 10, I did two years of GCSES’S to obtain academic qualifications.
The post test will also be scored, however employees will be expected to receive an 80% or higher in order to pass the training program. The post test will establish the new knowledge, skills and abilities that the staff will be leaving training with. Additionally, this portion of the evaluation will contain a few short questions at the end asking the attendees’ their perception of the training program,
Quality – WestJet’s culture emphasizes a fun and friendly atmosphere for all travellers and empowers employees with bottom-up management. Customer service is of the utmost importance to WestJet and is shown in the enthusiasm of it employees, which is yet another competitive advantage over its competitors. Delivery – WestJet has been able to implement changes in its operations with the use of dual boarding and the continued use of the same type of planes. Because of this, they are able to boast that they have the best on-time arrival performance to its competitors within 15 minutes of the original scheduled time. 3.
The latest simulators for the F-22 and F-35 have highly developed tools that help in the training of pilots on tasks such as air-to-air combat, v visual identification, offensive/defensive basic flight maneuvers (O/D BFM) and aerial refueling. Whereas some pilots have cited the existence of some element of mismatch between what simulators teach and the actual field experience, the simulator developed for the F-22 and the F-35 has attracted the endorsement of pilots who argue that the advanced simulator is significantly closer to actual field experience than that of legacy training systems (Sepanski, & Killingsworth,
This program also builds leaders. Leadership is very important in the generation that we live in now. If we had no leaders or leadership or communities, schools, jobs, states and countries would be a complete disaster. Discipline is also something that I need to improve on. I also enrolled to help me determine if I want to join the Air force, and I know if I do wish to join the Air force I would need all the values and qualities that JROTC teaches to their students.
The Advancement of Aerial Warfare The invention of the aircraft was similar to many other great developments in the fact it's potential was not immediately realized. Ever since the flight of the airplane model created by the Wright brothers on December 17th, 1903, warfare has changed dramatically, making the skies a territory to claim and fight for. The airplane has not only been every resourceful when it comes to transportation, strategy, and operations but it was also enlightened to develop technology that has made warfare more lethal. Therefore, we no longer have to risk many lives because the advantage that we have of being in the air. Distance is no longer a barrier for us as it use to be and number of targets have become limitless because there is no longer something that can hide.
Predictive Analytics at Continental Airlines Continental Airlines has issued an RFP and would like to choose one consulting company to help them become a better data-driven organization. As they evaluate the RFPs, Continental Airlines would like to gauge your: 1) Ability to conduct an analytics project and gain insights from data (Weight: 70%). • Continental Airlines has provided you with an old dataset and would like to gauge your ability to conduct predictive analytics using this dataset. • You are welcome to employ any predictive analytics technique to analyze the data. As you analyze their dataset, please provide some details about: 1) business understanding (make reasonable assumptions, if you want); 2) data understanding and preparation; 3) modeling and evaluation; and 4) deployment.
Chapter 1 Introduction Air travel is a fast and convenient way to reach a destination. Even if many passengers may complain of missed flights, delays during the holidays, and the number of carry-ons they are allowed to bring onto the plane, air travel is an important part of quick transportation. One essential part of the airport system is security. Today, security is a major priority that airports must administer strictly. Due to the recent terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, airports along with airlines want their customers to feel safe.
Since the 109E and the Spitfire were so similarly matched, the determining factor on who would win a dogfight was the pilot. Pilots in the RAF lead a highly stressed life. They were almost always on-call and responsible for defending their country on a moment’s notice. The frequent dogfights put a lot of stress on the pilots. The constant brushes with death would drive anyone crazy, in my mind.
Recent debates and news concerning air travel has created a deep-seated fear of this mode of transport, and more and more people are being made aware of the consequences of having firm airport security. Busy and popular airports and international airlines try to come up with the best measures to make sure that air travel is safe and reliable as well as quick and convenient, but people still have solid reservations and opinions about this modern day concern. There was a time when security checks at airports were merely a formality. Metal detecting equipment and body searches were minimal and people didn’t need to worry about their right to privacy, and more specifically, being asked to take their clothes of during their travels. Airports were not security-free but at the same time they did not feel like entrances to maximum security prisons.