Asking questions should lead to more learning … and more questions. Then as you gradually run out of questions the learning process nears completion. It’s the best form of learning … and remember, you are trying to unlearn your fear. This is a method developed by Socrates the Greek philosopher and teacher, and if it worked for him it’s good enough for me.
Here are some more reasons for trusting my answers:
- Because I train airline Captains to become trainers.
- Because my qualifications mean that I am knowledgeable about the subject.
- Being an Airline Captain means that I know my job and that of my crew members.
- Because engineering and ground resources report to me, the Captain, I am aware of their duties and responsibilities.
I’m sure that you’ve heard that there is no such thing as a daft question … please ask any question you like … it doesn’t matter if it seems simple to me, the important thing is that you need the answer, and that’s all that counts. And if my answer doesn’t help you, keep asking until you get the information you need.
We’re here to help you to go flying … that’s our promise.