Both student pilots and experienced pilots will find a review of aeronautical decision-making principles, examples and practice scenarios to be useful, especially in light of the emphasis placed on risk management by the FAA “Airman Certification Standards” adopted in 2016.
In addition to coverage of the 3-P (“perceive-process-perform’”
) and DECIDE
decision-making models; the single-pilot resource management (SRM) 5-P check; the I’M SAFE, PAVE, CARE and TEAM
checklists; the five hazardous attitudes; illusions; and human limitations
such as filtering, gap-filling, patterns and expectations, framing , and confirmation bias; this slideshow provides two practice scenarios
from the Risk Management Handbook [FAA-H-8083-2 (2009)] and a discussion of runway safety
that is required if you plan to offer this as a seminar for the “WINGS” program ADM knowledge credit. A brief look at the Airman Certification Standards (ACS) for aeronautical decision-making and risk management
is also included.
This slide presentation is provided in PowerPoint and PDF formats for your convenience.
If you download the free “Introduction to FAA WINGS Program” slideshow from my website store, that may be displayed on a continuous loop for 10 to 15 minutes prior to a seminar to provide general WINGS information before the main program begins. “WINGS” and the “FAA Safety Team” (FAAST) program are explained in detail at faasafety.gov.
Included in the package is a one-page summary of ADM topics suitable for reproduction as a seminar handout or study guide.
I hope you find this to be a useful resource!
Instrument-Rated Private Pilot
This title is also available as part of a discount bundle:
Pilot Risk Management Instruction Bundle
Looking for a set of scenarios? Try these:
True Pilot Scenarios! Six Decision-Making Scenarios for Pilots
Airplane Instrument Warnings --- True Scenarios