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Computer-based training

Training to raise awareness of the consequences of fatigue and the effective countermeasures crew can implement both at home and at work is a key element of an organisation’s management of fatigue. Computer-based training offers an effective way of delivering this training to a dispersed workforce.

An effective training programme also provides an opportunity to introduce employees to the company fatigue management procedures: setting out the company fatigue policy, describing the responsibilities of the company and of the individual with regard to managing fatigue, and explaining new processes and procedures that are being introduced as part of the FRMS. Computer-based training (including e-learning or online training) is also an excellent way to supplement classroom sessions given by CRM instructors, and ensures that essential information such as policies and procedures are delivered to a large, distributed workforce in a consistent, standardised manner.

Clockwork Fatigue and Alertness Management Training programmes are designed to ensure compliance with ICAO, IATA, EASA (ORO.FTL.250) and any local regulatory requirements. These programmes also conform to SCORM 1.2 and SCORM 2004, the international industry standards for delivering e-learning.

Clockwork Research follows a structured approach for the development and delivery of bespoke computer-based training.  The first step is to fully understand your requirements and audience.  Content and storyboard development will ensure that the final product is pertinent to your operation and will be delivered in a style and format that your staff will find engaging.

All products are designed to be hosted on your company Learning Management System (LMS) and include topics such as:

  • Introduction to Fatigue Risk Management
  • Workforce and management responsibilities for managing fatigue
  • Causes and consequences of fatigue
  • Sleep, sleep loss and the body clock
  • Fatigue countermeasures
  • Identifying fatigue
  • Reporting fatigue
  • Common sleep disorders
  • Diet and nutrition
  • Health and wellbeing.

For those clients that do not have a LMS, Clockwork Research are able to host the training and provide monthly updates on student progress.

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We have been working closely with Clockwork since 2013. They have been instrumental in the airline successfully setting up an effective fatigue programme, through an in-depth analysis of the airlines operations and produced excellent training materials to improve the crew understanding of fatigue. The staff at Clockwork are extremely knowledgeable and professional, making it easy to achieve good results in reducing the risks associated with fatigue in our very complex environment.open quote

Russel Ellis

Director, Operations Control

Air Astana

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Clockwork’s insights and experience enabled us to improve our data collection rates and their analytical skills offered invaluable insights into operational issues. It is fair to say that Clockwork has caused us to completely rethink our LOSA process, turning it into a true added-value proposition.open quote

Norman MacLeod

Human Factors Manager

Cathay Pacific Airlines

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Luxair has built a strong link to Clockwork over the past years. Not only did they help us to develop successful fatigue surveys with our cabin and cockpit crews but they also played a major role in the development of our fatigue reporting, our FRMS training and the analysis of our scheduling practices. Clockwork's staff were always open to our ideas/thoughts and with their professionalism and dedication helped us achieve our goal of mitigating fatigue related risks through our SMS.open quote

Pascal Kremer

Safety Manager