The National Aviation Safety Authority is recommending the creation of a new course to teach aviation instructors how to be more effective instructors.
The course, which is designed to train aviation instructors on the art of writing, will be called Aviator’s Hand Book Editor.
“The goal is to provide a toolkit that will allow aviation instructors to apply their skills in a more effective way,” the organisation said in a statement.
It said it wanted to create a course that could help flight instructors “build their professional network and become more effective at the classroom level”.
The NASA is proposing to introduce the course in the first quarter of 2018.
The NAA has recommended that courses in aviation instructor’s skills be taught in an integrated way, as they can provide different levels of instruction.
The organisation said that the “primary objective” of the course was to help aviation instructors better integrate their skills with each other, so that instructors who teach students on the ground could benefit from each other.
“Our approach is not to build a course entirely separate from the others in the series,” the NAA said.
The Aviation Instructor’s Handbook, a book published by the NNAI and produced by the Institute of Aviation Engineers, recommends that instructors learn “how to teach in a classroom setting”.
“The Handbook also recommends that the instructor be prepared to provide feedback on their work to the instructor and that the Instructor should provide feedback to the student on the learning process,” the statement from the NAF said.
“This feedback should be provided on a case-by-case basis.”
NAA, which also published an Aviation Instructor Handbook in 2012, has a pilot-to-pilot course for the next five years.
The latest NAA handbook, which has been published since the first edition was published in 2016, recommends pilots should spend at least five weeks on the simulator.
The previous NAA Handbook, which was published back in 2014, recommended that pilots should have a minimum of eight hours of simulator training.
“When the instructor is not available to provide guidance, the instructor should not be present for the instructor to provide any feedback, but the instructor can also provide additional guidance and feedback to help the instructor develop skills in the field,” the new NAA Handbook said.
NAA’s new Aviation Instructor Handbook will also be aimed at aviation instructors, the NACA said.
Aviation Instructor, Flight Instructor and Instructor Level Instructor positions have been added to the NDAO.
The new handbook was recommended to the aviation industry last year, with the NAAF’s new head of the National Aviation School, John Boulton, telling ABC Radio in February that there had been a lot of positive feedback from aviation instructors.
“There are a lot more people out there that are willing to do what the instructor does than people who don’t have the same qualifications,” he said.
But the NCAI has raised concerns about the course, and said that it had been “incomplete, incomplete and incomplete”.
The association said that “some of the information in the handbook is inaccurate and misleading”.
It said that some of the sections of the book did not reflect the realities of the industry.
NNAi’s NAA and NAF have also recommended that aviation instructors should be taught the skills they would need to “operate and operate effectively as a professional” in a safe, responsible and professional way.
“It’s not an easy subject, and it’s not something you can just learn,” the association said.
However, NNAIs own website says it will “provide a training program to support the acquisition of skills and knowledge, including the development of skills in aviation safety, to assist a flight instructor to be successful in their work in a professional and safe manner”.
A spokesperson for the NIAA told the ABC the association’s recommendations had been discussed at length with NAA.
“In this instance, we have taken a number of different approaches to ensure that we have a course in place that meets all of the needs of the aviation profession and the NRA,” the spokesperson said.
It has also recommended a training centre be set up at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) to provide aviation instructors with an “accredited and accredited training environment”.
The National Aerosciences Institute of the US National Academies, a research organisation, said that its own research indicated that the training of pilots was “the most important aspect of the career path” in the US.
It recommended the creation “of a pilot training program for instructors”.
The Institute of Aerospace Engineers’ new Aviation Handbook is “a good starting point for the aviation community and will be of great value for the flight training industry”.
NNA’s National Aviation Institute says that it “recognises the value of aviation as an integral part of the 21st century and supports the establishment of a pilot education program” for pilots.
The National Institute of Aeronautical Sciences, a US research organisation that