The North Texas Business Aviation Association (NTBAA) has partnered with Global Aerospace to present an “Operational Human Factors – Fatigue and Professionalism” seminar on June 7 in Dallas.
This is the third year NTBAA has teamed with Global Aerospace to present a one-day SM4 safety seminar. This event will focus on the latest approach to Human Factors for aviation and is designed for Chief Pilots, Directors of Aviation, Safety Officers, and senior management representatives. This program is pending certification for National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) Certified Aviation Manager (CAM) credit. Candidates for the NBAA credential may earn one point toward their CAM application or CAM renewal by attending this event.
Pat Daily, Managing Partner for Convergent Performance, will be the presenter. In addition to teaching cadets how to fly T-41s, he taught aeronautical engineering at the US Air Force Academy. In his civilian career, he has flown for American Airlines, Texas Air Aces, Aviation Safety Training (advanced maneuvering and upset recovery) and holds an ATP and a CFI. Prior to founding Convergent Performance, he was the director of Honeywell’s Defense and Space Electronics Systems at Johnson Space Center where he managed the steam to glass program for the Space Shuttle as well as Guidance, Navigation and Control Projects for the International Space Station and the Space Shuttle.
The Operational Human Factors – Fatigue and Professionalism seminar will be held at the Marriott Las Colinas in Irving, Texas. Registration fees include an autographed copy (while they last) of the book, “Going Pro – The Deliberate Practice of Professionalism” by Dr. Tony Kern, CEO of Convergent Performance.
For more information: NTBAAonline.com
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