CRM for UAS Operators

Introduction

Our one-day Crew Resource Management (CRM) training course focuses on the effective use of all the remote crew to assure a safe and efficient operation, reducing error, avoiding stress and increasing efficiency. This course is designed specifically to meet the needs of UAS operators with multi-crew operations and incorporates the best CRM learnings from the mainstream aviation industry and applies them to the UAS operations context.

Who is it for?

  • Suitable for all members of your Flight Team.

 

What does the course cover?

  • Crew resource management principles
  • Inter-crew Communication between remote sites
  • Situational Awareness
  • Human performance limitations
  • Workload management
  • Leadership and teamwork
  • Fatigue and stress
  • Decision making
  • Threat and error management
  • Meets the specific requirements for CRM training in EASA and JARUS SORA Operational Safety Objectives: OSO #08, OSO #11, OSO #14, OSO #16, OSO #19.

 

What format will the training take?

We use a mix of presentations, interactive exercises, case studies and guided workshops to make sure you get the most out of the day.

Prerequisites

No previous experience required however a basic understanding of UAS operations is desirable.

Course duration

1 days

Where and when

Available as an in-house course that is delivered according to your schedule and tailored where necessary to your requirements and type of operations.

Ready to book your course?

Call 0333 772 0859 to discuss in-house course options

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