Date of Award
Master of Science (MS)
Economics & Finance
In a large-scale pilot training program, like those run by the United States Air Force, Navy or many civilian colleges, quality of instruction is a very important question. These programs will have large numbers of instructors and students, but the effect of flying a student with a large number of different instructors is unknown. This paper will use continuous performance and failure data to see if there is a relationship between flying with too many instructors and failing or scoring poorly on a checkride. Multiple regression, difference in differencing, and probit analysis will be used to explore this question.
Goff, Erik Michael, "Effects Of Instructor Continuity On A Large-Scale Pilot Training Program" (2013). Theses and Dissertations. 1426.