Space Flight Resources Management (SFRM) encourages all flight crew, cabin crew and ground crew to identify and assertively announce potential problems by focusing on situational awareness, communications skills, teamwork, task allocation, and decision-making within a comprehensive framework of standard operating procedures. BST's SFRM training begins with the individual. Each person involved in a flight must know themselves before they can know, and effectively work with, others.
ADM1201 is the first course in a series, teaching SFRM and, as with all SFRM, starts with the individual. It is designed to instruct the candidates on how uncontrolled personality traits can adversely affect the decision making process during a launch or reentry. It helps the candidates
Topics to be covered include:
Candidates will complete a personality assessment which will be used during class exercises to help them better understand their personality traits and how their traits can trigger hazardous attitudes and how to avoid/overcome natural bad tendencies.
- Space Flight Decision Making (SFDM) terminology
- What is personality and Personality Quotient (PQ)
- Personality Assessment
- Understanding your personality
- Understanding how personality affects judgment and decisions
- Defining hazardous attitudes
- How personalities affect hazardous attitudes
- How to avoid/change hazardous attitudes
To help candidates apply the lessons, guided group discussions about aviation and spaceflight scenarios, presented in written and video format, are used during select lessons.
- Proof of age -18 years of age or older. (16 with guardian consent)
- Have an Airman's Logbook for the recording of the training (All candidates)
- No other disqualifying conditions.
COURSE COMPLETION STANDARDS: