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A Preliminary Investigation of Training Order for Introducing NextGen Tools  (2011)
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Eleven students enrolled in a 16-week radar simulation course were trained on current-day and NextGen tools. The order of the training was manipulated so that half of the students received current-day training first, followed by the training on NextGen tools, while the remaining students received training on the NextGen tools first, followed by current-day training. This paper reports data from the debriefing sessions following the conclusion of the course, with the intent of determining students’ reaction to the training order and their comments and suggestions for future training schedules. Results indicated that future training should start with current-day procedures and delay the introduction of NextGen tools until trainees have established fundamental air traffic management skills.
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Introducing, Investigation, NextGen, Order, Preliminary, Tools, Training
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Human Interface and the Management of Information. Interacting with Information, 526-533
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