Training attitudes and airline pilots’ specific learning experiences are antecedents, which affect
human behavior on the flight deck in various ways. This article reports on the development and
psychometric evaluation of a scale to assess aviators’ perceptions of the training environment associated
with technologically complex advanced aircraft. A sample of 229 airline pilots provided data
to explore the latent structure of the hypothesized research construct. Principal axis factor analysis
produced a 3-factor model consisting of organizational professionalism, intrinsic motivation,
and individual control of training outcomes, with highly acceptable Cronbach’s alpha reliability
Kriel, Pieter Frederik(University of Pretoria, 2009-10-02)
In order to fulfil its missionary task the church needs good leaders. However, there is a huge shortage of leaders and many of the people who step forward to fill the gap, are not trained. This study looks at what is needed ...
Van Dijk, Hilligje Gerritdina(University of Pretoria, 2005-02-27)
This study is an in-depth overview of the critical issues impacting on skills development in the Department of Public Service and Administration (DPSA). The South African Public Service consists of individuals with their ...
Botha, Deonie Francesca(University of Pretoria, 2008-08-06)
The strategic environment of companies is divided in four domains. These domains are the known, knowable, complex and chaos domains. The known and knowable domains are characterised by order while the chaos and complex ...