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Unformatted text preview: MIT MIT ICAT ICAT Controller Training and Labor Issues R. John Hansman Director, MIT International Center for Air Transportation MIT MIT ICAT ICAT Aug 2006 FAA Administrators Fact Book MIT MIT ICAT ICAT Aug 2006 FAA Administrators Fact Book MIT MIT ICAT ICAT Aug 2006 FAA Administrators Fact Book MIT MIT ICAT ICAT Aug 2006 FAA Administrators Fact Book MIT MIT ICAT ICAT Aug 2006 FAA Administrators Fact Book MIT MIT ICAT ICAT y PATCO Strike On Aug 3, 1981 Pay, Stress, Staff Shortages, Out of Date Equipment, Limited opportunities to transfer, Harsh Authoritaratian Leadership FAA offer y Regan invoked Taft Hartly Act Peril to National Safety Ordered back to Work, about 1200 returned y Fired 11,359 Controllers on Aug 5 y Managed by using remaining controllers, military and supervisors Flow Control, 80% Schedule MIT MIT ICAT ICAT 8 Air Traffic Controller Attrition and Retirement Eligibility ource: FAA ource: FAA (2004) Opportunities To Improve FAAs Process For Placing And Training Air Traffic Control ers In Light Of Pending etirements, Report Number: AV-2004-060 eport available at http://www.natca.org/assets/Documents/legislationcenter/IG_report_ATC_retirement.pdf t l eport available at http://www.natca.org/assets/Documents/legisla ioncenter/IG_report_ATC_retirement.pdf MIT MIT ICAT ICAT 9 Retirement Eligibility for Controllers ource: FAA ource: FAA (2004) Opportunities To Improve Faas Process For Placing And Training Air Traffic Controllers In Light Of Pending etirements, Report Number: AV-2004-060 eport available at http://www.natca.org/assets/Documents/legislationcenter/IG_report_ATC_retirement.pdf t Exemption of Mandatory Retirement for Exceptional Controllers eport available at http://www.natca.org/assets/Documents/legisla ioncenter/IG_report_ATC_retirement.pdf MIT MIT ICAT ICAT Projected % Developmental Controllers From: ATCS Workforce Plan Briefing MIT MIT ICAT ICAT Time to CPC From: ATCS Workforce Plan Briefing MIT MIT ICAT ICAT Training Challenges & Opportunities y Challenges Retirement of demographic bulge resulting from the PATCO strike in 1981 Long Training Times ab-initio Cross Facility Site Specific Staffing Shortfalls Exacerbated by: Growth in Traffic Need for New Technology Implementation Need for New Procedures Financial Pressures Opportunities Renewed workforce (Knowledge, Skills, Attributes) New Training Approaches Efficiency Groundwork for future capability Stimulates review of current practices and opportunities to improve efficiency This generation will operate the NGATS MIT MIT ICAT ICAT 13 dapted from: RE&DAC HF Subcommittee Briefing (2005) ATCS Workforce Plan (2004) 11 WEEKS 160 WEEKS = 3+ YEARS!...
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