PRC101: Flight Discipline, The Anchor Point of Professional Airmanship
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This course establishes an anchor point of understanding and compliance to act as a cornerstone for follow on professional development.
Course Topics: Professional ethics, violation producing conditions, normalization of deviance, peer pressure, hazardous attitudes, personality impacts on flight discipline, rogue aviators.
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Comprehend and apply the basic principles of flight discipline and professional airmanship to your operational environment.
Identify the goals and organization of the Global War on Error (GWOE) Pilot Reliability Certification (PRC) curriculum. Describe the link between sound flight discipline and professional airmanship. Comprehend and respond appropriately to personal and organizational influences on flight discipline.
Describe how to respond appropriately to individual personality traits and hazardous attitudes to promote flight discipline. Identify violation producing conditions in operational scenarios and apply tools for recognition and response. Identify the symptoms and corrective actions for the “normalization of deviance.
Identify and apply specific resources for personal and peer accountability. Identify the role and value of standard operating procedures.
Comprehend and apply tools for reacting appropriately to peer pressure. Identify the traits of a rogue aviator. Assessment: End of course on line examination. Minimum passing score is 80%.