Title

Late Afternoon Concurrent Sessions: Training and Education: Presentation: Aviation Management Education Study (AMES): Two Years in Review

Location

Palomino

Topic Area

OTHER - PLEASE SPECIFY

Other Topic Area

Aviation Education, Aviation Management Education

Abstract

The Aviation Management Education Study (AMES) is a longitudinal effort consisting of a series of research papers covering various facets of aviation education as it pertains to managers in the field and hiring of industry professionals. The IJAAA is home to the first three AMES papers that covered: (a) aviation managers’ perspectives on the importance of education (AMES-1), (b) an exploration of the aviation management education paradigm shift (AMES-2), and (c) the development of the Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSA) Composite Measure (KCM) (AMES-3) for data collection during AMES-4 (currently in its final stages). This presentation will present the two-year progress of the AMES series to include AMES-1, AMES-2, and preliminary findings of AMES-4 in a concise presentation. We will present AMES-3 independently because of the required depth of discussion on the development of the KCM.

AMES-1: http://commons.erau.edu/ijaaa/vol1/iss2/4/

AMES-2: http://commons.erau.edu/ijaaa/vol1/iss4/7/

AMES-3: http://commons.erau.edu/ijaaa/vol2/iss3/1/ (presented separately)

AMES-4: Currently in the writing of discussions/conclusions phase

Start Date

15-1-2016 3:45 PM

End Date

15-1-2016 5:00 PM

Chair/Note/Host

Chair: Suzanne Kearns, University Aviation Association President

Keywords

aviation management education study AMES, Aviation, Aviation Education, University Aviation Association

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Jan 15th, 3:45 PM Jan 15th, 5:00 PM

Late Afternoon Concurrent Sessions: Training and Education: Presentation: Aviation Management Education Study (AMES): Two Years in Review

Palomino

The Aviation Management Education Study (AMES) is a longitudinal effort consisting of a series of research papers covering various facets of aviation education as it pertains to managers in the field and hiring of industry professionals. The IJAAA is home to the first three AMES papers that covered: (a) aviation managers’ perspectives on the importance of education (AMES-1), (b) an exploration of the aviation management education paradigm shift (AMES-2), and (c) the development of the Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSA) Composite Measure (KCM) (AMES-3) for data collection during AMES-4 (currently in its final stages). This presentation will present the two-year progress of the AMES series to include AMES-1, AMES-2, and preliminary findings of AMES-4 in a concise presentation. We will present AMES-3 independently because of the required depth of discussion on the development of the KCM.

AMES-1: http://commons.erau.edu/ijaaa/vol1/iss2/4/

AMES-2: http://commons.erau.edu/ijaaa/vol1/iss4/7/

AMES-3: http://commons.erau.edu/ijaaa/vol2/iss3/1/ (presented separately)

AMES-4: Currently in the writing of discussions/conclusions phase