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Methods for Evaluating the Effectiveness of Programs to Train Pilot Monitoring  (2021)
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This report provides a compendium of methods for evaluation of training programs. It addresses training programs for developing pilot monitoring skills and has a focus on monitoring flight path management. It presents the Sensemaking Model of Monitoring as a framework for organizing the targets of training, and thus also the types of change in performance useful for assessing program effectiveness. It provides guidance for designing program evaluations, which can be tailored to address the specific monitoring topics or content for an application to fleet or airline needs.
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Effectiveness, evaluation, Methods, Monitoring, Pilot, Programs, Train
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