The National Transportation Safety Board is offering two courses for investigators and industry professionals in the next two months.
The first course, Cognitive Interviewing for Accident Investigators, will be offered Feb. 23-24, at the NTSB Training Center, and provides the foundational knowledge and skills needed to conduct interviews of participants in, and witnesses to, transportation incidents or accidents. Emphasis will be on the cognitive interviewing technique to maximize the amount and quality of information obtained during investigative interviews.
The second course, Survival Factors in Aviation Accidents, will be offered March 28-31, also at the NTSB Training Center in Ashburn, Va., (near Washington, D.C.). The course will cover a wide range of aircraft occupant survivability issues, including case studies highlighting key components of accident survivability, cabin safety and emergency equipment.
For more information: NTSB.gov