SITUATIONAL MANAGEMENT OF INTEGRATED FLIGHT PREPARATION AND TRAINING OF PILOTS AS AN EDUCATION SERVICE
This article examines the situational management of the Knowledge Alliance of Aviation Education as an Education Service in the conditions of the Slovak Republic. It is the second part of our study. In order to ensure the continuity, quality and safety in the aviation education of future military and civil pilots as aviation professionals, research works of a similar nature are needed. This article uses analysis and synthesis tools, the method “per partes” (integration in parts) with the potential to apply the situational management method in the aviation practice and the expert method. Authors solved the following praxeological questions: What does situational management mean in the education and training of pilots? What are the sources of knowledge and good practice in the management of education and training of pilots? Which control processes can we use for the efficient management of education and training of pilots as a complex aviation system? The output of the article is the proposal of situational management of the comprehensive system of education and training of pilots with the support of evolutionary and cooperative management in the aviation practice of state-private entities.
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