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Risk Reduction AVS 267 copy.doc

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Risk Reduction Aviation is one of the most sensitive careers to undertake. As such, instructors are required to be very careful when giving instructions to students. This is due to the many risks that the field is exposed to. There are various cautionary measures that a certified flight instructor may undertake to reduce such risks. Specifically, management errors, ethical issues, financial implications and legal grounds. For me as an instructor to effectively execute my duties, it is necessary to utilize the basic rules of risk management to avoid common management errors. To start with, I would incorporate risk management into all planning levels. In this connection, the flight instructors should cultivate risk management skills students need to handle risks not addressed by the basic flight rules. It is also important to incorporate the practical risk management tools (Stolzer, et al., 2011). This will be achieved by answering the three basic questions namely: perceive, process, and perform. Perceiving involves making a mental list of the possible risks
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