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Evidence-Based Training (EBT) / Advanced Qualification Program Meeting

In collaboration with ICAO

The EBT project arose from an industry-wide consensus that, in order to reduce the aircraft hull loss and fatal accident rates, a strategic review of recurrent and type-rating training for airline pilots was necessary. The aim of an EBT program is to identify, develop and evaluate the key competencies required by pilots to operate safely, effectively and efficiently in a commercial air transport environment, by managing the most relevant threats and errors, based on evidence collected in operations and training.

This meeting intends to clarify the rationale behind the EBT concept. It will give you an opportunity to hear the regulator’s and operator’s view on EBT. Through interactive sessions, we will cover the steps to the development of an EBT program; and its implementation and integration within the existing rules.

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Lima
When: July 16 - July 17, 2014
Where:
Lima, Peru
Venue:
ICAO South American Regional Office
Víctor Andrés Belaunde 147
Centro Empresarial Real, Torre 4 Piso 4
San Isidro

Audience: Airlines, Regulators, Training Providers, Aircraft Manufacturers

Highlights

Topics covered during the meeting:

  • What is Evidence-Based Training and why was it developed?
  • EBT from and ICAO perspective
  • The operator’s view on EBT
  • Transition from Advanced Qualification Program (AQP) to EBT
  • Steps to a “mixed implementation”; integration within existing rules
  • Development of an EBT program
  • Assessment of competence, how to evaluate the root cause
  • Instructor Training for EBT
  • The Advanced Qualification Program (AQP) from the point of view of the regulator
  • The Advanced Qualification Program (AQP) from the point of view of the operator

Languague: This meeting will be conducted in English; consecutive interpretation in Spanish and English will be provided.

Price: Free of charge
This workshop is free of charge and open to all interested parties. Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis.

View Full Program (pdf)

Registration information

Seats are limited: Fill the registration form now and send it to: icaosam@icao.int  

For more information, please contact Mr. Marcelo Ureña, Regional Officer, Flighr Safety ICAO Lima Office at murena@icao.int and/or his assistant, Ms. Deborah Coriat at dcoriat@icao.int.

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