World Pilot

 

2017 Conference Program

Tuesday 2nd May 2017

Moderator: Dr. Michael Karim

Session 1 – Opening Remarks and Keynote Addresses (all conference tracks)
 
1) Christopher A. Hart, Member, National Transportation Safety Board 
2) Captain Miguel Marin, Acting Chief, Operational Safety Section, ICAO 
The Future of ICAO PANS-TRG

 
Session 2 – The Opening Act: Perspectives on the Future of Aviation Training(all conference tracks)
 
1) Captain Torbjorn Wischer, Global Leader Training Strategy, CAE
Data-driven Training Insights
2) Robin Glover-Faure, Vice President Airline Training, L3 Commercial Training Solutions
Total Training Solutions, From Pilot to Aircraft Maintainer  
3) Captain Jean-Michel Bigarré, Head of Training, Airbus Training Services & Captain Harry Nelson, Executive Ops Advisor to VP Airbus Safety 
The Future of Training  
4) Jin Ho Choi, Deputy Director, Korean Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport
Korean Government’s Policy Model on Pilot Training & Supply  
 
Session 3 – Pilot Supply and New Hire Training Issues (WATS/RATS Pilot)
 
1) Todd Lisak, Chairman, ALPA National Training Council & Chairman, JetBlue Airways Training Committee & Captain Paul Ryder, Resource Coordinator, Air Line Pilots Association, International (ALPA)
Ab Intio Training: A View of the Landscape  
2) Dr. Kevin Corns, Assistant Professor of Aerospace, Middle Tennessee State University
Part 121 Pilot Basic Indoctrination Training: Moving from an Instructor-led to a Pilot-centered Learning Model  
3) Karina Mesarosova, Managing Director, KM Flight Research and Training
Performance Based Pilot Personality Profile – the Traits and Competencies of Today’s Pilots, and a Focus on the Global Differences  
 
Session 4 – Regulatory and Professional Environments (WATS/RATS Pilot)

1) Robert Burke, Manager, Air Carrier Training Systems and Voluntary Safety Programs Branch (AFS-280) FAA
FAA Initiatives and Regulatory Update 
3) Dennis Crider, Chief Technical Advisor Vehicle Simulation, NTSB
Accident Data for Simulator Training Scenarios to Meet the March 2019 FAR Requirement  
3) Dr. Kenneth Byrnes, Assistant Dean, College of Aviation, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
The Key to Professionalism in Aviation  

Wednesday 3rd May 2017

Session 5 –Focus on Current Air Carrier Training Issues (WATS Pilot)
 
1) Captain Mike Dorrian, Senior Manager, Standards and Training, Air New Zealand
HUD Training for Night RNP Operations  
2) First Officer Vic Ermolaev, A350 Pilot Instructor – Flight Training, Delta Air Lines
UPRT/EET Implementation Efforts at Delta Air Lines  
3) Captain Zhang Guiming, Director of Training & Operation Lab & Captain Xi Zhijian, Senior Researcher, Flight Safety Technology Institute, China Eastern Airlines
Hard Landing QAR Analysis on A320 of China Eastern Airlines  
 
Session 6A – Air Carrier Training and HF Insights (WATS Pilot)
 
1) Captain John Ross, Senior Manager AQP and Human Factors & F/O Jim Owsley, Southwest Airlines
Managing Risk in a Complex Operation  
2) Captain Mike Varney, President, Evidence-Based Training Foundation
Enabling Change: Implementing the EBT Program 
3) Wally Hines, Director of Standards, JETPUBS Inc. & Don Schmincke, The Schmincke Research Alliance
Creating a True Safety Culture: Why Safety Cultures are Unsafe 
 
Session 6B – FSTD Technology Developments (WATS Pilot)
 
1) Dr. Jeremy Goodman, Senior Manager (Product Development), Quadrant Group &Professor Nickolas D. “Dan” Macchiarella, Professor of Aeronautical Science, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
SATCE – Tomorrow’s FSTD Technology and its Potential to Support Tomorrow’s Training  
2) Dr. Sunjoo Advani, President, International Development of Technology B.V.
Advances in FSTD Instructor Operating Stations (IOS)
3) Joris Molenaar, Application Engineer & Mark Veltena, Engineering Manager, Motion Systems and Controls, E2M Technologies B.V.
A Modern Cueing Algorithm Approach to Meet ICAO Guidelines  
 
Session 6C – FAA National Simulator Program (NSP) Update and Q&A  (WATS Pilot)
 
• Harvey E. Gay, Blue Team Supervisor, FAA NSP 
• Richard Budd, Aerospace Engineer, FAA NSP

 

Thursday 4th May 2017

Session 7 – S&T Technology Future Trends Outlook (all conference tracks)

1) Brad Southwick, Principal Engineering Manager, Rockwell Collins
Visual System Technologies for Immersive Training Environments
2) Michael S. French, Chief Operating Officer, LSI, Inc.
Virtual Training IS the New Reality!
3) Joel Flinois, Helicopter Simulation Product Line Manager, Thales Training & Simulation 
Virtual Reality: A New Dimension for Helicopter Simulation  
 
Session 8 – Special Panel: Harnessing the Power of New Learning Environments (all conference tracks)
 
Special panel led by Dr. Suzanne Kearns, will focus on the key strategies that are known to increase learning and retention. Panelists will offer specific examples from their own operational backgrounds and research.  
 
Panelists will include:
• Captain Ken Shrum, Head of Training – Americas, Boeing Flight Services 
• Dr. Kenneth Byrnes, Assistant Dean, College of Aviation, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
• Captain Amit Singh, Consultant 
• Lori J. Brown, Associate Professor, Western Michigan University, College of Aviation