IMPACT OF TRAINING PROCESS OF AVIATION SPECIALISTS ON FLIGHT SAFETY PARAMETERS

V. M. Kazak, I. V. Prokhorenko, N. A. Tymoshenko

Abstract


The possibility of increasing the efficiency of training process management of aviation specialists by optimizing the time structure. is considered here. It is established that the process of perception and remembering of information is influenced by: the time allocated, the structure and sequence of educational material, the formation of information links between the blocks of educational information, the 
frequency of the use of concepts and the speed of information transfer. On the basis of the analysis of the  training process of aviation specialists, its structuring was carried out, determined management and control influences on the training process of aviation specialists, as the essential controlling variable in the work, the distribution of operating time is taken as the basis. 


Keywords


Flight safety; training the specialists; optimization; subjective entropy; subjective advantages.

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