Date(s): March 6 | 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Aviation Maintenance Never Events
Professional Education Course (PEC)
Instructor: Instructor: Jermaine Cadogan, Convergent Performance LLC
Price by Jan. 13: $445 Member | $655 Nonmember
Price after Jan. 13: $575 Member | $840 Nonmember
This course identifies the seven behaviors that lead to over 90% of reportable incidents and takes a deep dive into one of the tools used to prevent these behaviors: compliance. Compliance is often assumed but seldom fully achieved. This course examines the reasons for noncompliance, explores potential solutions to eliminate noncompliance in the workplace, and examines how culture can complicate compliance. Attendees will be introduced to the Take 5 Briefing Tool, which focuses on safety, standards, unresolved questions, and opportunities for improvement to eliminate distractions and ensure the right frame of mind for performing maintenance tasks.
Learning Objectives: By the conclusion of the course, attendees will have learned:
- The seven most costly and common aviation maintenance error-related events
- The five primary reasons for noncompliance and the conditions that cause noncompliance
- Controls to prevent noncompliance
- Tools and techniques to sustain safety and quality improvements
- The personal values and attitudes that can shift organizational culture to sustain improvements.
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Jermaine Cadogan is the lead instructor for Convergent Performance. A retired US Marine Corps major, he has 24 years of aviation maintenance experience as well as years of experience as a master training specialist and certified instructor. In addition to his aviation maintenance experience, he serves as the director of the Aviation Ordnance Manager’s Career Progression course for the US Navy and Marine Corps.