We offer CRM and Human Factors training for civil, business and military aviation operations, aviation authorities, healthcare and patient safety organisations, railways and offshore industries which improve safety through enhanced team collaboration and cooperation, incident reporting, root cause analysis, and risk management.

Our CRM training courses meet the regulatory requirements of EASA Air Ops. Our CRM trainers are proficient in the training techniques that are key to effective CRM training. Our courses are flexible and designed to meet the needs of the client organisation, including course materials and case studies relevant to the nature of the client's flight operations. Contact us for more details.


Crew Resource Management Syllabus

A typical CRM syllabus may include some or all of the following,
with the emphasis on the specific requirements of the organization.

  • Crew resource management principles
  • Information processing
  • Perception
  • Attention
  • Vigilance and monitoring
  • Human error
  • Workload
  • Situational Awareness
  • Decision Making
  • Stress in Aviation
  • Sleep and fatigue
  • Personality and cultural differences
  • Communication
  • Automation human factors
  • Team working and leadership
  • Threat and error management
  • Monitoring
  • Startle and surprise
  • Resilience development
  • Culture

Terms of the course:
The course is conducted by the company Bolesławska Wenta Investments sp.j. the owner of the trade name SKY4JET entered into the National Court Register under No. 0000423750 with its registered office in Warsaw, Jana Nowaka Jezioranskiego Street 12/63, REGON 221671884.
The course will be carried out in accordance with the schedule training, in which the course organizer reserves the right to make changes. The course participant will be informed on any of the changes beforehand.
No (neither partial nor full) absence from the course constitutes a reason for the price reduction of the course. SKY4JET will issue individual name certificates of completion of the course in the aforementioned scope to each participant. Absence from classes results in failure to issue a certificate of completion of the course.