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Tuesday August 2, 2011 at 9:48AM

14 CFR Part 135 new CRM Training Requirements

On March 22, 2011 a new Federal Aviation Regulation for part 135 operators will be in affect that will require that Crew Resource Management (CRM) training be a part of the operators Initital and Recurrent training for all crewmembers including Pilots and Flight Attendants. The regulation states:

"The final rule requires certificate holders to establish initial and recurrent CRM academic training programs for crewmembers within 2 years of the  effective date of the rule. At a minimum, the CRM training programs must address the authority of the pilot in command, communication processes, building and maintaining a flight team, managing workload and time, maintaining situational awareness, recognizing and mitigating fatigue and stress, and mastering aeronautical decision-making skills based on the  certificate holder’s operating environment"

http://edocket.access.gpo.gov/2011/pdf/2011-1211.pdf

 

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