AVIATION SAFETY SKILLS

TLISC is researching and reviewing aviation Human Factors, Crew Resource Management and Risk Management industry benchmarks and standards for potential inclusion in the new AVI Aviation Training Package as new units of competency, skill sets or within existing qualifications.

Project Overview
The Aviation Safety Skills Project will research and review industry needs across commercial, charter and Defence enterprise roles to ensure they are fit for purpose under VET, CASA and Defence regulatory requirements. The project will commence in early September 2014 and is expected to be completed by May 2015.

Industry organisations interested in participating within the Project Steering Committee should register their interest through the Training Package Feedback section or directly to Dan.Minton@tlisc.org.au, Senior Training Package Specialist-Aviation.

Project Update

9 December 2014
The Aviation Safety Skills project recently formed a Technical Advisory Group and met in Canberra over 05-06 November 2014. The workshop reviewed the current Non-Technical Skills framework within the CASR Pt 61 Flight Crew Licencing Manual of Standards, and existing aviation safety management UOC’s within the AVI08 Aviation Training Package. Areas that were reviewed for future licencing and qualification purposes include:

  • Risk Management
  • Fatigue Risk Management
  • Threat and Error Management
  • Aviation Human Factors
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A total of 8 x Units of Competency and 2 x Skill Sets that address the aviation safety and risk management skills and knowledge requirements of the aviation industry have been developed for inclusion into the AVI Aviation Training Package, and are now available for review. Feedback may be provided by interested aviation industry stakeholders directly to Dan.Minton@tlisc.org.au, Senior Training Package Specialist – Aviation by no later than 30 January 2015.