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faasteam cfi workshop module 1

FAASTeam CFI WorkshopMODULE #1

Core Topic #1:

The FAA Safety Team (FAASTeam)

Core Topic #2:

The WINGS Pilot Proficiency Program

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THE FAASTeam MISSION STATEMENT

“Improve the Nation's aviation safety record by conveying safety principles and practices through training, outreach, and education; while establishing partnerships and encouraging the continual growth of a positive safety culture within the aviation community.”

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Alameda, CA

Albuquerque, NM

Allentown, PA

Anchorage, AK

Ankeny, IA

Atlanta, GA

Baton Rouge, LA

Belleville, MI

Birmingham, AL

Boise, ID

Casper, WY

FAA introduces General Aviation Accident Prevention Program in 1970

Name changed to Aviation Safety Program in 1985

Programs were carried out by a Safety Program Manager at each FSDO

In 2004, the FAA decided to expand the scope of the safety program with introduction of FAASTeam

FAASTeam BACKGROUND

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Nationwide team of operations and airworthiness inspectors

Risk Management

System Safety

New Technology Concepts including an interactive website (FAASafety.gov)

THE FAASTeam

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The FAASTeam Program and Managers are

here to support YOUR efforts to

reduce accidents.

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Volunteers

Conduct local aviation safety outreach

May be pilots, CFIs, mechanics, or others

Lead Representatives appointed in areas of high activity

FAASTeam REPS

faasteam local services
FAASTeam LOCAL SERVICES

FAASTeam Program Manager

FAA Safety Handouts

Local accident information

Safety Hot Spots

Standardized Seminar Presentations

Collaboration with other FAASTeam members

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FAASTeam PROGRAMS

  • CFI Workshops and Flight Instructor / DPE Forums
  • Takeoff and Landing Clinics
  • Annual Safety Stand Down
  • Runway Safety
  • Reducing Airborne Pilot Deviations
  • And Many Others
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GENERAL AVIATION

INDUSTRY AWARDS PROGRAM

The FAASTeam along with the aviation industry sponsor four national awards each year.

Individuals are recognized in the following national categories:

  • AVIONICS TECHNICIAN OF THE YEAR
  • CFI OF THE YEAR
  • AVIATION MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN OF THE YEAR
  • FAASTEAM REPRESENTATIVE OF THE YEAR
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FAASTeam AWARDS PROGRAMS

  • Master Pilot Award
  • Charles Taylor Award
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FAASTeam

INTERNET SERVICES

FAASafety.gov 

Free online safety courses 24/7

WINGS Pilot Proficiency Program

CFI Portal

Maintenance Hangar

Courses, Seminars, and Activities

Risk Management information

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These tools and resources are available to

every FAASTeam Rep, CFI, DPE, and airman.

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FAA BONUS:

a local FAASTeam Program Manager.

YOUR Program Manager.

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YOUR PROGRAM MANAGER REPORTS TO A REGIONAL MANAGER

Alaska

Central

Eastern

Great Lakes

Northwest Mountain

Southern

Southwest Region

Western Pacific

WHO THEN REPORTS TO THE NATIONAL LEVEL

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THE NATIONAL LEVEL

  • Integral partner in the FAA’s taskforce to reduce GA accidents
  • Provides Focused Leadership
  • Coordinates FAASTeam safety activities nationwide
  • Coordinates with all FAA Lines of Business
  • Maintains Industry Partners
  • Presents Safety Outreach at Major Aviation Events
  • Conducts strategic planning
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“The alleviation of human error, whether design or intrinsically human, continues to be the most important problem facing aerospace safety.”

  • Jerome Lederer
  • “Slipping The Surly Bonds”
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WHERE IS THE FLIGHT INSTRUCTOR IN THIS PLAN?

The FAASTeam believes that CFIs are key players in reducing GA accidents

CFIs are the role models in GA

CFIs uphold the standards for performance in training and flight reviews

The FAASTeam is dedicated supporting CFIs in this important role

?

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“Whenever we talk about a pilot who has been killed in a flying accident, we should all keep one thing in mind. He called upon the sum of all his knowledge and made a judgment. He believed in it so strongly that he knowingly bet his life on it. That his judgment was faulty is a tragedy, not stupidity.”

“Every instructor, supervisor, and contemporary who ever spoke to him had an opportunity to influence his judgment, so a little bit of all of us goes with every pilot we lose.”

  • Anonymous
  • “Slipping The Surly Bonds”
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ACCIDENT DATA

  • 1050 hour CFI with 34 hours in type
  • 430 hour Private Pilot receiving instruction in Cirrus SR20
  • The CFI was reportedly instructing a “return to the airport” following engine failure maneuver
  • The aircraft entered a stall spin during the turn back.
  • There was a 10 to 15 knot wind factor that may have increased groundspeed as the airplane turned back to the airport
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WHAT LESSONS CAN CFIs LEARN

FROM THIS ACCIDENT?

  • Risk Management
  • Aeronautical Decision Making
  • Recognition and avoidance of unsafe maneuvers
  • Maintaining positive aircraft control
  • CFI Responsibilities
cfis can help the faasteam prevent aviation accidents
CFIs CAN HELP THE FAASTeam PREVENT AVIATION ACCIDENTS

Attend and participate in CFI Workshops

Together we can help our fellow pilots

Lets work together

Your participation and involvement will make a big difference!

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YOUR

Reduce accidents within the

General Aviation community.

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Because every accident is personal.

YOUR students. YOUR friends. YOUR family.

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1. THE FAASTeam MISSION IS TO:

a. Improve the nation’s accident rate.

b. Training, education, and outreach.

c. Establish alliances.

d. All of the above.

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2. THE FAASTeam REPRESENTATIVE IS:

a. An FAA employee.

b. Compensated for their work.

c. A volunteer who conducts local safety outreach on a volunteer basis.

d. Must be a CFI or ATP.

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3. THE FAASTeam PROGRAM MANAGER:

a. Is an FAA Inspector assigned to a local FSDO.

b. Is part of a nationwide FAA team assigned to promote aviation safety.

c. Investigates safety violations.

d. Oversees airline operations.

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TRUE OR FALSE:

  • The FAASTeam manages the FAASafety.gov website.
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5. RISK MANAGEMENT IS:

a. Eliminating all hazards in the aviation system.

b. Staying on the ground.

c. Identification of hazards and the subsequent actions to reduce their potential impact.

d. Reporting hazards to the FAA.

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1. THE FAASTeam MISSION IS TO:

a. Improve the nation’s accident rate.

b. Training, education, and outreach.

c. Establish alliances.

d. All of the above.

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2. THE FAASTeam REPRESENTATIVE IS:

a. An FAA employee.

b. Compensated for their work.

c. A volunteer whoconducts local safety outreach on a volunteer basis.

d. Must be a CFI or ATP.

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3. THE FAASTeam PROGRAM MANAGER:

a. Is an FAA Inspector assigned to a local FSDO.

b. Is part of a nationwide FAA team assigned to promote aviation safety.

c. Investigates safety violations.

d. Oversees airline operations.

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TRUEOR FALSE:

  • The FAASTeam manages the FAASafety.gov website.
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5. RISK MANAGEMENT IS:

a. Eliminating all hazards in the aviation system.

b. Staying on the ground.

c. Identification of hazards and the subsequent actions to reduce their potential impact.

d. Reporting hazards to the FAA.

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R

B

A

K

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END OF CFI WORKSHOP MODULE #1

Core Topic #1: The FAA Safety Team (FAASTeam)