The coming events listed on this page include workshops and short courses that are presented by Damos Aviation Services personnel. Other coming events include trade shows and scientific meetings with Damos Aviation Services presentations and exhibits. All of these events are concerned with student and airline pilot screening and hiring. Major publications by Damos Aviation Services personnel are listed with their release dates.
Because of the Covid-19 pandemic, the 2021 conference of the European Association for Aviation Psychology has been cancelled. Please check the EAAP conference website periodically for information on the 2022 conference.
Dr. Diane Damos and her associates have published a proceedings article on Research Gate entitled “ Using a Perceptual Speed Test to Predict Flight Training Performance: New Findings.” This paper is also available in the Proceedings of the 2021 International Symposium on Aviation Psychology. To download this paper from ResearchGate, click here: www.researchgate.net/profile/Diane-Damos/research
Dr. Diane Damos just published a new technical report, Technical review and analysis of the Army Air Forces Aviation Psychology Program research reports (Report No. AFCAPS-TN-2019-0002). This report was published by Air Force Personnel Center/Strategic Research and Assessment Branch at Randolph AFB, TX. It is available through DTIC or may be downloaded directly from Dr. Damos’ pages on ResearchGate.
Because of the Covid-19 pandemic, all in-person short courses have been canceled for the summer and fall. The Pilot Selection Course is currently under development as an on-line course. We anticipate that the on-line course will have essentially the same content as the current classroom version. For information on the current course content, please see the Pilot Selection Course.
The Pilot Interviewing Essentials online course has been revised and is available.
“With almost 18 years experience in hiring and managing pilots, I thought I had a good handle on what to do. However, after attending your Pilot Selection Course in March of 2007, I began to realize how much I didn’t know especially involving government compliance.…..We had what I thought was a great hiring program, but I quickly realized we had no predictive validity. I could not prove that any test, interview or simulator evaluation actually worked in selecting the most suitable applicant….You showed us how this was a waste of time and money and how to correct the problem.”
Capt. Dan Robertson
Manager of Pilot Hiring, ASA