Embry-Riddle Aviation-Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSA) Study

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Aviation Professionals, we need your help to understand better how your knowledge, skills, and abilities connect to your education, certification, and experience. Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University is conducting a study to understand what contributes most to the factors that make (or made) you effective in your aviation position. Please help us by taking this brief 3-5 minute survey. Thanks in advance for your time and assistance. Survey: http://continentalresearchus.com/survey/index.php/717486/lang-en Thanks for your help! Dr. Jason Newcomer https://www.linkedin.com/in/drjason Our Previous Research that you have helped with--Thank You! Aviation Managers' Perception on the Importance of Education: http://commons.erau.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1014&context=ijaaa An Inquiry into the Aviation Management Education Paradigm Shift: http://commons.erau.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1037&context=ijaaa
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Please feel free to ask any questions or express any concerns here as a reply or private message me. Thanks much. Jason

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Dear Aviation Professionals, Thank you so much! Since posting the survey link 10 days ago, we received 246 completed surveys and 145 partially completed surveys. Your feedback will be extremely valuable to learning how knowledge, skills, and abilities are supported by certifications, education, and experience in various aviation occupations. As a note, the open-ended questions are optional, so if you have 3 minutes and have not taken the survey, we could really use your feedback. Our goal is at least 384 completed surveys (not to include open-ended questions). Thanks so much for your support. I will post the completed study here for everyone to see the results once it is published. Our goal is to have it published this winter. Survey: http://continentalresearchus.com/survey/index.php/717486/lang-en Jason

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Thanks, Tony!