KNOWLEDGE ALLIANCE AS EDUCATION SERVICES: UPDATED CONTENT OF INTEGRATED FLIGHT PREPARATION AND TRAINING OF PILOTS
The article examines the current aspects of new education and training of pilots within the Knowledge Alliance of Aviation Education as the State-Privat Partnership in the Education Services in the conditions of the Slovak Republic. This article represents the part of the feasibility study. In order to ensure the continuity, quality and safety in the aviation education of future military and civil pilots as the aviation professionals, research works of a similar nature are needed. This article used analysis and synthesis tools, the method “per partes” (integration in parts) and the expert method. Authors solved the following praxeological questions: Which entity is competent and eligible for the comprehensive training of pilots as professionals? What kind of organization of education processes will ensure the required output and efficient use of available public and private resources? The answers to the praxeological issues are presented as the proposal of content of integrated flight preparation and training of pilots under the key leadership of the Air Force and their state, public and private partners. The output of the article is the proposal for the new content of the education and training of pilots.
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