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EATS 2017

EATS 2017

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Cabin Crew Conference

EATS 2017 Conference Chair: Captain Jacques Drappier

Cabin Crew Moderator: Anna Mellberg

Day 1 – Tuesday 31st October 2017

0900-1000  Session 1 - Opening Remarks & Keynote Addresses (Pilot & Cabin Crew joint session)

1)  Jesper Rasmussen, Flight Standards Director, EASA
2)  TBC

1000-1100  Coffee

1100-1230  Session 2 – Opening of the Cabin Session & Keynote Address 

1) Opening of the cabin session and “speed introduction”.
2) Noel Houlihan, Safety Training Officer, Aer Lingus
Keynote Presentation
3) Tim Grant, Aviation Security Director, MedAire, Head of Security Assistance, International SOS and Control Risks
Ensuring Crew Safety in Today’s Risk Environment

1230-1400  Lunch

1400-1530  Session 3 – Evolving Concepts in eLearning & Online Training

1) Ivan Noël, President, Inflight Institute
A 20-year Retrospective of Technology, Trends and Triumphs
2) Marco van Sterkenburg, CEO & Co-Founder, Drillster
Adaptive Learning Technology as a Proven Solution to Meet the Ongoing and Rapidly Changing Airline Training Requirements
3) Luca Chittaro, Professor & Director, Human-Computer Interaction Lab, University of Udine
Cabin Safety Training Based on Mobile, Gaming and Virtual Reality Technologies

1530-1615  Coffee

1615-1745  Session 4 – Training Café – Current & Future Challenges in Training

Join us for a highly interactive group session and share your expertise with others. Get your questions answered by Cabin Safety professionals and group participants in a relaxed and open forum. This valuable session may hold the answers you are looking for!

1745-1900  Networking Reception



 

Day 2 – Wednesday 1st November 2017

0900-1030  Session 5 – Developing & Changing Training for Challenges in the Cabin

1) Olga Chashina, Lead Specialist, Aeroflot & Vitaly Chaschin-Semenov, System Architect, Jedium
Using 3D Dynamic Virtual Environments for Cabin Attendant Training
2) Michaela Klasner, Director Inflight Service, GoJet Airlines
Training to Proficiency, Common Sense, the “Why”, and Managing the Effect of Change
3) Nataša Bešter, Compliance and Safety Manager, CAA Republic of Slovenia
Occurrence Reporting – A Vital Part of the Operators Safety Management System

1030-1115  Coffee

1115-1245  Session 6 – CRM/TEM/Human Factors

1) Anne Sølvsteen & Jesper Høyer Rasmussen, NaviMinds
Human Performance and Limitations
2) David Maxwell, Cabin Crew Trainer / Security Trainer & Tomasz Miejluk, Cabin Crew Trainer / Customer Experience Manager, Titan Airways
Humans and Procedures: "Lessons Learned"
3) Ian Mitchell, Cabin Crew Training Design Manager, Air Canada
Designing Realistic and Effective Joint Crew Resource Management Training 

1245-1400  Lunch

1400-1530  Session 7 – Air Carrier Training Insights

1) Roel van Leeuwen, Manager Crew Safety & Security Training & Wesley Koot, Cabin Safety Trainer, KLM
The Me-KLM-You Communication Model
2) Carlos Mouzaco Dias, CabinSafety Officer, TAP Portugal
Bringing the Hazard Log into Cabin Crew Training
3) Katja Parviainen, Head of Safety and Service Training & Juha Halttu, Training Manager, Service and Leadership, Finnair Flight Academy 
Lessons Learned of Accelerated Growth in Cabin Crew Training 

1530-1615  Coffee

1615-1745  Session 8 – Technology (Pilot & Cabin Crew joint session)

1) Graham Cownie, Managing Director, Padpilot
Possible Futures for Augmented Reality and Gameification in Pilot Training
2) Mark Dransfield, Director Regulatory Affairs - UK, TRU Simulation + Training
The Versatile Flat Panel Trainer, from Classroom to FTD
3) Dave Rapley, L3CTS
Latest Developments in Simulation

* The organisers reserve the right to make changes to the conference programme and timings.

 

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