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MentorLIVE! Presentation 2/21/18 8 pm Eastern Threat and Error Management - Adapting Threat and Error Management to GA Presented by Paul Preidecker

  February 21st 8 PM EST:
NAFI MentorLive! Webinar

“Threat and Error Management - Adapting Threat and Error Management to GA”
“Threat and Error Management - Adapting Threat and Error Management to GA” presented by Paul Preidecker Regional Airline Chief Flight Instructor, hosted by NAFI's Phil Poynor

We strive for the perfect flight, yet it is elusive. Truth be known, there is no such thing as a perfect flight.  In our increasingly complex environment, we must manage various challenges from operational and environmental threats. If we do not anticipate and manage these threats, errors may occur.

This presentation is an introduction to Threat and Error Management.  Taken from a successful strategy used by the airlines, you’ll have a chance to learn how to adapt the very same principles to your flying. See real world examples that you can use to maintain the highest level of safety.

Paul Preidecker is the chief flight instructor and examiner for a regional airline overseeing their pilot training program.  He has over 7,500 hours and an ATP Certificate with type ratings in the CL-65 and Do-328. He’s a ground and flight instructor (Gold Seal), simulator and line check airman, FAA Aircrew Program Designee, and FAA Designated Observer with 6,800+ hours of instruction given in Part 61 and Part 121 operations.

Paul maintains his commitment to general aviation, instructing for 27 years, sharing his extensive experience in both GA and commercial aviation, as a member of the NAFI Professional Development Program committee and volunteering in many other capacities with industry and the FAA. An accomplished aviator and teacher, Paul aims to contribute to aviation safety using his training insights to blend accepted best practices between GA and Part 121.

Qualifies for FAA Wings Credit!

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