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Understanding what it means to be PIC Some ways to teach it. Pilot In Command. What does Pilot In Command mean?. From the Federal Aviation Regulations: Part 91.3a

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what does pilot in command mean
What does Pilot In Command mean?
  • From the Federal Aviation Regulations:
    • Part 91.3a

“The pilot in command of an aircraft is directly responsible for, and is the final authority as to, the operation of that aircraft.”

decisions
Decisions
  • Detectthat a change has occurred
  • Estimatethe need to respond to the change
  • Choosethe (new) desired outcome
  • Identifythe steps to achieve that outcome
  • D othe steps
  • E valuatethe effectiveness of the steps
decisions1
Decisions
  • Detectthat a change has occurred
  • Estimatethe need to respond to the change
  • Choosethe (new) desired outcome
  • Identifythe steps to achieve that outcome
  • D othe steps
  • E valuatethe effectiveness of the steps
decisions2
Decisions
  • Detectthat a change has occurred
  • Estimatethe need to respond to the change
  • Choosethe (new) desired outcome
  • Identifythe steps to achieve that outcome
  • D othe steps
  • E valuatethe effectiveness of the steps
decisions3
Decisions
  • Detectthat a change has occurred
  • Estimatethe need to respond to the change
  • Choosethe (new) desired outcome
  • Identifythe steps to achieve that outcome
  • D othe steps
  • E valuatethe effectiveness of the steps
decisions4
Decisions
  • Detectthat a change has occurred
  • Estimatethe need to respond to the change
  • Choosethe (new) desired outcome
  • Identifythe steps to achieve that outcome
  • D othe steps
  • E valuatethe effectiveness of the steps
decisions5
Decisions
  • Detectthat a change has occurred
  • Estimatethe need to respond to the change
  • Choosethe (new) desired outcome
  • Identifythe steps to achieve that outcome
  • D othe steps
  • E valuatethe effectiveness of the steps
decisions6
Decisions
  • Detectthat a change has occurred
  • Estimatethe need to respond to the change
  • Choosethe (new) desired outcome
  • Identifythe steps to achieve that outcome
  • D othe steps
  • E valuatethe effectiveness of the steps
decisions7
Decisions
  • Detectthat a change has occurred
  • Estimatethe need to respond to the change
  • Choosethe (new) desired outcome
  • Identifythe steps to achieve that outcome
  • D othe steps
  • E valuatethe effectiveness of the steps
decisions8
Decisions
  • Detectthat a change has occurred
  • Estimatethe need to respond to the change
  • Choosethe (new) desired outcome
  • Identifythe steps to achieve that outcome
  • D othe steps
  • E valuatethe effectiveness of the steps
decisions9
Decisions
  • Detectthat a change has occurred
  • Estimatethe need to respond to the change
  • Choosethe (new) desired outcome
  • Identifythe steps to achieve that outcome
  • D othe steps
  • E valuatethe effectiveness of the steps
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Technical Proficiency

    • 1. Applies knowledge of standards, procedures, and regulations
    • 2. Demonstrates technical skills
    • 3. Applies knowledge of systems, limitations, and performance
  • Team Management
    • 4. Establishes a clear understanding of roles, responsibilities, and expectations
    • 5. Encourages and considers crew member input
    • 6. Recognizes and manages conflicts
    • 7. Adapts to crew personal differences
    • 8. Performs crew debriefs
  • Workload Management
    • 9. Recognizes and manages externally or self imposed time constraints
    • 10. Prioritizes tasks to prevent interference with primary duties
    • 11. Delegates tasks to avoid overload
    • 12. Selects the appropriate level of automation to reduce workload
  • Situational Awareness Management
    • 13. Establishes a shared understanding of status, goals, and plans
    • 14. Seeks, evaluates, and utilizes available resources
    • 15. Independently monitors and verifies equipment and crew member performance
    • 16. Challenges faulty decisions, actions, or inaction of another crew member
    • 17. Recognizes and resists distractions and lapses into inattention
    • 18. Recognizes and manages the impact of stress and fatigue on performance
  • Decision Making and Planning
    • 19. Establishes, communicates, and maintains “bottom lines” with backup plans
    • 20. Assesses risks to prepare for expected or contingency situations
    • 21. Considers personal and operational biases which may influence decision quality
    • 22. Modifies decisions when operationally warranted
    • 23. Acts decisively when the situation dictates
crew effectiveness skills
Crew Effectiveness Skills
  • Technical Proficiency
  • Team Management
  • Workload Management
  • Situational Awareness Management
  • Decision Making and Planning
three domains of learning
Three Domains of Learning
  • Cognitive
    • Ability to recall, analyze and problem solve
  • Psychomotor
    • Physical skills
  • Affective
    • Emotions, attitudes
pieces of an effective crewmember2
Pieces of an effective crewmember

Mostly Cognitive and Psychomotor

Some Cognitive, but a lot of Affective

reaching for the affective domain
Reaching for the Affective Domain
  • Experiences of Other Pilots, Including Me
  • Service Learning
  • Good Literature
  • Written Response Papers
  • Accident Analysis
  • Talk About TAKING Responsibility
get personal
Get Personal
  • Include Myself
    • I try to be authentic with my students
    • I’m honest about mistakes I’ve made
  • Ask Them To Include Themselves
    • They can relate to and internalize assignments better this way
things i m telling myself and offering to you
Things I’m Telling Myselfand offering to you
  • I will make an effort to get personal with my students and make this fun for myself and them.
  • I’m going to look for opportunities in every student interaction to encourage them to take responsibility