Cabin Crew

 

Cabin Crew Training Conference Proceedings

Diamond Sponsor

Moderators: Jeanne LaVoy & Captain Alan LaVoy

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Day 1 – Tuesday 17th April 2018

Session 1: Opening Remarks & Keynote Addresses (all conference tracks)
1) John S. Duncan, Director, Flight Standards Service, Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)
2) Honorable Earl F. Weener, Board Member, National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB)  [PDF]

Session 2 – Kick Off to the Cabin
1) Peggy Hurlbert, Cabin Safety Inspector, FAA
Situational Awareness – A Key to Being Safe  [PDF]
2) Sheila Dail, Flight Attendant, American Airlines
What a Difference a Day Makes … Miracle on the Hudson  [PDF]
3) Lori Brown, Associate Professor, College of Aviation, Western Michigan University
HoloLens: The Next Generation of Training with Mixed Reality  [PDF]

Session 3 – Latest and Greatest in Cabin Training
1) Kristianna Fallows, Supervisor Learning Design, JetBlue University
A New Vision for Learning: From AQP to xAPI  [PDF]
2) Jon Murden, Manager, Strategy and Business Operations, Flight Service Standards and Training, American Airlines

The New Initial – Technology to Enhance New Hire Training  [PDF]
3) David Jones, President, Quantified Design Solutions
Cabin Crew Virtual Reality Training Guidelines Based on Cross-Industry Lessons Learned: Guidance and Use Case Results  [PDF]

Session 4 – Lessons from Regionals and Beyond
1) Michaela Klasner, Director Inflight Service, GoJet Airlines
Training to Proficiency, Common Sense, the ‘Why’ and a ‘Back to Basics’ Approach  [PDF]
2) Paul Caldwell, Manager InFlight Training Development (AQP), SkyWest Airlines
Data-Driven Training – Getting the Most “Bang For Your Buck”
3) Helen Zienkievicz, CEO, Cabin Safety Consultants & Erick Cauldwell, Risk Control Consultant, Aon Risk Solutions
Global Aging … Impact on Our Work Environment & Industry  [PPTX]

 


Day 2 – Wednesday 18th April 2018

Session 5 – Human Trafficking – How Are We Helping?
1) Debora Sutor, International Vice President, Association of Flight Attendants – CWA
Hidden in Plane Sight  [PDF]
2) Martin Maurino, Safety, Efficiency and Operations Officer, Air Navigation Bureau, International Civil Aviation Organization
Combating Human Trafficking in Aviation: What Can Cabin Crew Do About It?  [PDF]
3) Mikaela Dontu, Director of Inflight, Janice Nguon, Team Lead Cabin Safety Trainer & Ali Habib Merahba, Inflight Supervisor, Sky Regional Airlines
Enhancing Situational Awareness: Tools to Fight the “New Slavery”  [PDF]

Session 6A – Safety, Regulations, Recommendations
1) Martin Maurino, Safety, Efficiency and Operations Officer, Air Navigation Bureau, International Civil Aviation Organization
New Brace Positions for Cabin Crew and Passengers: Optimizing Survival in an Accident  [PDF]
2) Eric Lipp, Executive Director/Founder & Craig Kennedy, Consultant & Course Trainer, Open Doors Organization
Integrating World Aviation Regulations Pertaining to Travelers with Disabilities  [PDF]

Session 6B – Workshop

Dick Richardson, President, Experience to Lead
Leading Out of Disruption … Insights from Miracle on the Hudson Survivor  [PDF]

Session 6C – Workshop

Dan Duren, Learning Consultant, Southwest Airlines University & Steve Throneberry, National Director of Sales, Digital Solutions, Marketron, Inc.
Building the Partnership – What Airline Training Can Learn from Sales Training  [PDF]


Day 3 – Thursday 19th April 2018

Session 7 – Simulation Technology Update (all conference tracks)
1) Jason Thompson, Business Development Manager, L3 Commercial Training Solutions
Advancing FTD Technologies and the Opportunity to the Pilot Training Journey  [PDF]
2) Fernando Petruzziello, Co-Founder, Imagine 4D
Virtual Reality; Does It Work? Introducing True Immersion
3) Dennis Hartley, Principle Systems Engineer, Rockwell Collins Simulation & Training Solutions
Potential Uses of Virtual and Augmented Reality Devices in Commercial Training Applications  [PDF]

Session 8 – Advanced Training Environments and New Media (all conference tracks)
1) Lori Brown, Associate Professor, College of Aviation, Western Michigan University
HoloLens: The Next Generation of Training with Mixed Reality  [PDF]
2) Søren Seindal Agner, Owner, Aeroteam
Learning Games for Training & Assessment of NOTECHS in the Classroom Environment  [PDF]
3) Kristianna Fallows, Supervisor Learning Design, JetBlue University
A New Vision for Learning: From AQP to xAPI  [PDF]


 

Save the Date for WATS 2019
30 April-2 May 2019, Rosen Shingle Creek Resort, Orlando

 


To see what was discussed during the WATS 2017 Cabin Crew conference, click here to view the proceedings.