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ALC-556: Adapting Threat and Error Management to General Aviation
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Aeronautical Proficiency Training, LLC
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Accidents rarely happen due to a single event or error; rather, they result from a chain of events or errors. Breaking the chain can prevent an accident from occurring, and the pilot’s goal should be to break the chain at the earliest possible point.

Threat and Error Management (TEM) training contributes to that goal. It recognizes that pilots operate in a complex and highly dynamic environment, one in which every action taken can be critical. This “TEM-building” course will teach you to recognize threats, which come “at” you, and errors, which come “from” you, and offer tools you can use to manage them before they become a second link in the accident chain.