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Multi-crew cooperation (MCC) training covers units of knowledge and practical skills that are used when pilots are part of a multi-crew operation. The training is generic to conducting multi-crew operations and is not specific to a type of aircraft.
CASA requires Multi-Crew Cooperation (MCC) instructors to rate Trainees from a scale of 1 to 5 (five being the top grade) on these 4 Key Elements:
- Communication and Teamwork
- Leadership and Management
- Situation Awareness
- Decision Making
Despite considerable efforts by road safety authorities, young drivers on Australian and New Zealand roads continue to be over-represented in crash statistics - too often with tragic consequences. So what’s causing this misrepresentation and what additional steps can be taken to reduce crash risk in young drivers? The answer may lie in what we’ve learnt from aviation training initiatives.
Independent Schools Victoria (ISV) has partnered with Cogmetrix to introduce Cognisess Learn, an online cognitive self-development program. The program harnesses ideas generated from the latest research in cognitive neuroscience, indicating that the brain is continually changing.
The Cognisess Learn program offers schools a platform that aims to measure broad-based student development in four domains: cognitive, emotional, personality and wellbeing. It offers teachers the ability to differentiate learning for students and explain to them the biological basis of their thinking and learning. It aims to empower students to learn more efficiently by understanding how their brain operates, therefore reinforcing that each student is responsible for their own learning.