2019 Conference

2019 Conference Programme

Day 1 – Thursday 27th June 2019

0900-0915 Opening Ceremony

0915-1015 Opening Remarks & Keynote Addresses
1) MOLIT
2) KAC
3) Hyun-Mi Choi, Edutester

Standardization of Pilot Training Program in Korea
4) Captain Ping Lee, Chief Pilot, Basic Training Section, EVA Airways
Overview of MPL

1015-1100  Coffee Break

1100-1230
Host Presentation – Ho-Sang Jang,
KAC
Jet Transition Course

SESSION 1: MPL – Options on Training MPL-Style Skills
1) Chris Ranganathan, Senior Director Training Strategy & Services, CAE
CAE’s Competency Based Training Innovations – A Closer Look at MPL
2) Anna Kjær Thorsøe, Chief Theoretical Knowledge Instructor, Center Air Pilot Academy
MPL Light
3) Andrew Lucas, President & CEO, FlightPath International
MPL Integration for Airlines

1230-1345  Lunch

1345-1515 SESSION 2: Maintenance/Engineers – Human Factors Fundamentals
1) Dr. Bill Johnson, Chief Scientific and Technical Advisor for Human Factors in Aircraft Maintenance Systems, Federal Aviation Administration
Engineering Human Factors Challenges Today
2) Frank Hugger, Director Sales & Marketing, MINT Software Systems
Documentation, Analysis and Record Keeping of Competency Assessments
3) Davy Ng Tsz Kit, Po Leung Kuk Laws Foundation College
Motivational Practices for Students to Learn STEM Through Aviation

1345-1515 WORKSHOP 1: MPL – What is MPL?
1) Chris Ranganathan, CAE
2) Anna Kjaer Thorsøe, Center Air Pilot Academy
3) Andrew Lucas, FlightPath International

1515-1600  Coffee Break

1600-1730 SESSION 3: MPL – Training Processes
1) Philip Adrian, CEO, MPS
Optimising the Use of Training Devices in MPL
2) Dr. Christian Popp, Chief Customer Officer, MINT Software Systems
Turning Experience into Expertise: Finding the Evidence of Professional Competencies Factors
3) Paul ‘BJ’ Ransbury, President & CEO, Aviation Performance Solutions
Upset Prevention and Recovery Training within MPL: What is Needed to Mitigate the Threat
4) Matan Shahak, OJT Trainer – Passenger Service Agents, Aerohandling Ltd.
Flight Simulators Combined with Online Learning for ATC/Pilot Training

1600-1730 WORKSHOP 2: Maintenance/Engineering – Human Factors Fundamentals
1) Dr. Bill Johnson, Federal Aviation Administration
2) Frank Hugger, MINT Software Systems
3) Davy Ng Tsz Kit, Po Leung Kuk Laws Foundation College

1730-1900  Networking Reception



Day 2 – Friday 28th June 2019

0900-1030: SESSION 4: Helicopter Operations and Maintenance/Engineers – Safety Management Systems
1) Nick McCoy, Regional Director of Regulatory Affairs, FlightSafety International
A Complete Organizational Approach to SMS Through QMS
2) Captain Leonardo Mecca, Head of Training Operations, Asia Pacific & Malaysia, Leonardo Helicopters

The Importance of Recurrency Training in Maintenance
3) Dr. Bill Johnson, Chief Scientific and Technical Advisor for Human Factors in Aircraft Maintenance Systems, Federal Aviation Administration
Improving the Culture of Following Procedures

0900-1030 WORKSHOP 3: MPL – Training Processes
1) Philip Adrian, MPS
2) Dr. Christian Popp, MINT Software Systems
3) Paul ‘BJ’ Ransbury, Aviation Performance Solutions (APS)
4) Matan Shahak, Aerohandling Ltd.

1030-1115 Coffee Break

1115-1230: SESSION 5: MPL – Selection/Content
1) Nikki Heath, Director & Behavioural & Performance Psychologist, Orbit Performance
Pilot Selection
2) Captain Miguel Cará, Founder, Aeromodal, Inc.
Improving TEM by Minimising Power-Distance
3) Shigeru Fujii, Manager, Pilot Training Dept., Japan Airlines
Deep Learning AI

1115-1230 WORKSHOP 4: Helicopter Operations and Maintenance/ Engineers– Safety Management Systems
1) Nick McCoy, FlightSafety International
2) Captain Leonardo Mecca, Leonardo Helicopters

3) Dr. Bill Johnson, FAA

1230-1400  Lunch

1400-1515 SESSION 6: Maintenance/Engineers – Non-Technical Subjects
1) Doug Neufeldt, Manager, Safety Management Systems & Regulator Programs, United Airlines
SMS in United Maintenance
2) Michael R. Truelsen, Aeroteam
Gamification for Maintenance Training 
3) Eddie Castro, Senior Manager, Maintenance Engineering & Mike Mayer, Senior Manager, Maintenance Engineering, The Boeing Company
TBD

1400-1515  WORKSHOP 5: MPL – Selection/Content
1) Nikki Heath, Orbit Performance
2) Captain Miguel Cará, Aeromodal, Inc.
3) Shigeru Fujii, Japan Airlines

1515-1600  Coffee Break

1600-1715 SESSION 7: MPL – Performance
1) Captain Aric Oh
MPL – Real or Mirage
2) Captain Kanit Atisuthapoch, Human Performance Committee, IFALPA
Training for the Whole Career

3) Captain Ping Lee, Chief Pilot, Basic Training Section, EVA Airways
When MacGyver Meets Harry Potter: Generation Gaps and Lessons Learnt in EVA Airways MPL Implementation

1600-1715  WORKSHOP 6: Maintenance/Engineers – Non-Technical Subjects
1) Doug Neufeldt, United Airlines
2) Michael R. Truelsen, Aeroteam
3) Eddie Castro & Mike Mayer, The Boeing Company

1715-1730  Closing Remarks