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The 2018 Post–season symposium will be held 07 to 08 November at the Defence Academy Shrivenham. The aim of the symposium is to assist flying display organisers and participants in preparing for display season the experiences of DS18.
The objectives of the CAA/MAA-hosted symposium are to provide:
- identification of lessons learnt
- regulatory feedback
- safety awareness
- human factors training
- a forum for the discussion of best practice
to all those involved in flying displays, both civilian and military. The symposium provides an opportunity for the flying display community to share feedback with both civilian and military by sharing ideas to continuously improve the flying display environment.
The symposium takes place over two days:
A number of speakers, training and updates from the regulators to include regulatory lessons and work to be conducted during the winter.
Workshop based, allowing Display Pilots, Flying Display Directors, Flying Control committee members and event organisers to discuss and share experiences that arose throughout the display season. There will also be breakout sessions allowing attendees to meet with a broad range of the air display sector to learn, share lessons and assist in the maintenance of the safety of the sector. At the end of the symposium, each workshop will have the opportunity to share lessons, best practice with the wider flying display community and help inform and prepare for DS19 by highlighting lessons from DS18.
All those involved in the planning, execution and flying displays are encouraged to attend. Military can apply through the MAA website and civilian’s personnel through the CAA website. Applications close 23 October 2018.
07 to 08 November 2018
For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org.