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Date of Award
Thesis - Open Access
Master of Aeronautical Science
Dr. Diana Carl
The objective of this experimental research was to ascertain if cognitive skills developed by the "Principles of Troubleshooting" (POT) educational course improved aircraft fault diagnostic ability in aircraft maintenance trainees. Sixty randomly chosen Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU) students served as control and experimental subjects with the POT course as the independent variable. Because random assignment was possible, a posttest-only control group design was used. Thirty ERAU maintenance trainees who had received basic and advanced ERAU fault diagnostic training were administered the POT course. A practical test administered to both groups using two tailed t tests for independent means indicated improvement in fault diagnostic ability.
Scholarly Commons Citation
Middlebrooks, Willie Don, "A Summative Evaluation of FlightSafety International's Computer Assisted Instruction known as "Principles of Troubleshooting"" (1995). Theses - Daytona Beach. 255.