A bespoke client-led (Civil Aviation Safety Authority) short course in Safety Analysis Training.
Client specified requirements:
❖ The history of accident investigation including the models and tools used to investigate. Accompanied with a discussion on the evolution of these models and tools.
❖ What is the human factors analysis and classification system (HFACS)? And what are its limitations? Utilising case studies to apply knowledge and maximise student uptake.
❖ What are event trees? How are they used? Also applied with the assistance of case studies.
❖ Using case studies to incorporate and apply student understanding of both HFACS and event trees.
Full detail of agreed content and delivery is specified in the attachment (CASA Investigation Methods Short Course Schedule Ver 2.docx) in Section 1 of this document .
CASA nomination of student for participation.
|Course Type||Short Course (Non-accredited)|
|Fees||For detailed information on Course Fees, visit www.cqu.edu.au/fees|
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Tertiary Admission Centre Codes (TAC) Codes
Upon completion of this Short Course students will receive a Statement of Attendance for NACC61710 Short Course in Safety Analysis Training (CASA).
Study Mode Definitions
*All study modes may include Vocational placement and/or work integrated learning.
Select a course structure below to view the delivery details , including the different study modes offered for each structure.
❖ Develop understanding of the history of accident investigation including the models and tools used to investigate. Discuss the evolution of these models and tools.
❖ Examine the human factors analysis and classification system (HFACS) including its limitations. Use case studies to apply knowledge and maximise student uptake.
❖ Develop an understanding of event trees. Discuss how they are used. Practise the application of event trees to specific case studies.
❖ Use case studies to assess student understanding of both HFACS and event trees.