Crew Resource Management training conducted by Captain. Bed Upreti

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Crew Resource Management training conducted by Captain. Bed Upreti

May 12, 2017-Kathmandu

Captain Bed Upreti conducted CRM (Crew Resource Management) training today at Sinamangal. The training was organized by Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal and was instructed by Captain Bed Upreti.

The training was conducted at Shree Airlines head office located at Sinamangal and was attended by Pilots along with Cabin Crews from Shree Airlines, Goma Air, Sita Air, Buddha Air and Ultra Light flyer from Fishtail Air.

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The event started from 10:30 am in the morning and lasted till 1:30 pm. Captain Bed Upreti instructed the three-hours long training program following the CAAN requirements.

The training program began with the short introduction of all the attendees, pilots and cabin crew. Three of the foreign pilots currently enrolled with Shree Airlines were also present at the training.

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At the starting of the event, Captain Upreti mentioned that CRM was first introduced as Cockpit Resource Management by NASA Scientist John Lauber in 1979 to reduce the human error in the cockpit to conduct air operation more safely. Later in 1981 A.D, United Airlines became the first airlines to adopt the CRM training. But at present entire airlines throughout the world follows the CRM to overcome the human errors for safe flight operation.

Captain Upreti had mentioned that at present CAAN along with entire Aviation Authority throughout the world has made mandatory for its pilots to attend the Crew Resource Management training for the renewable and issuance of their pilot license. So it’s a most necessary for a pilot to attend the CRM training as it trains them the way to reduce the human error generating factors for safe flight operation.

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Entire CRM training attendee was issued a CRM certificate by Captain Upreti and the event was conducted without any registration charge.

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