Trevor Dale MRCPS(Glas) FRAeS

Trevor Dale

Co-Founder and Managing Director, Atrainability
British Airways Training Captain, Retired.

Trevor specialises in Human Factors and has experience of training back to 1990 when he was part of the team that introduced the subject into British Airways as a method of reducing 'pilot error'. He retired as a Training Captain flying Boeing 747's in 2005 and had focused on training trainers and crew in simulation, class and aircraft. Trevor began working in Human Factors in healthcare in 2002 with paediatric cardiac surgery and now continues to do so across the entire spectrum from surgery, ITU, anaesthesia to mental health. Developing clinical simulation for Human Factors training is a particular focus.

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Denis Campbell

Denis Campbell

Denis has been involved in Human Factors Training since 1993 when he was part of the team introducing Crew Resource Management to a major international airline Flight Crew, also delivering subsequent refresher courses.

A pilot with a major international airline for 35 years, Denis retired as a Training Captain on the Boeing 747 fleet in 2006 having flown seven different types of airliner on both short and long haul routes.

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Ben Tipney

Ben Tipney

Professional Coach and Trainer

Ben has been with Atrainability since 2013 and is former international athlete and highly successful professional coach and trainer, representing the Great Britain Rowing Team at a number of World Championship events. He has an Honours Degree in Leadership and over 10 years’ experience coaching individuals in high performance and high risk occupations, including coaching an under-resourced South African Rowing Team to World Championship Medals. He has trained, mentored and coached teams and individuals across a variety of industries, including public and private sector corporations & SMEs, high level sports teams, educational institutions and healthcare organisations – both private and NHS.

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Theresa Campbell

Theresa Campbell

Project Manager

Within her previous role Theresa was responsible for the day-to-day course delivery. She also recruited and performance managed the trainer team as well as establishing training plans and budget submissions. In addition to her organisational role Theresa was party to the course design and delivery and has a great depth of understanding of the issues surrounding human performance in high-risk environments. Theresa has many qualifications in training and presentation skills including Myers Briggs Type Indicator. Her enthusiasm and exceptional interpersonal skills are valuable assets to our team.

Mark Graham

Mark Graham

Human Factors is at the core of all aviation training and as a current airline and former RAF fighter pilot Mark brings a multitude of skills to health and social care. With a broad wealth of experience in coaching individuals working in high performance and high risk professions, latterly he has been presenting engaging and interactive human factors foundation courses to junior doctors for Atrainability. The course feedback has always evaluated extremely positively. He has trained, mentored, and facilitated individuals and teams across all levels in the public and private domain.

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Matt Lindley

Matt Lindley

Matt joined the Royal Air Force in 1995 and specialised in the VIP role. He became Training Captain on 32 The Royal Squadron and head of training on the Hawker 125 aircraft. He was responsible for flying members of the Royal Family, The Prime Minister and Cabinet world wide. Whilst in the RAF Matt became a Crew Resource Management Instructor. In 2006, Matt joined a major international airline, initially flying the Airbus A320 and from 2012 to present the Boeing 747-400 on their long haul routes.

 

Karen Speight

Karen Speight

Karen is a Captain on the Airbus A320 for a major international airline, having previously flown the Boeing 757/767. She has a Masters in Experimental Psychology from Oxford University. Karen has been involved in training of both cabin crew and pilots since 1998, specialising in Crew Resource Management and Human Factors. She has trained trainers and coached them in delivery of this material. She also held a four year post as a technical trainer and has been involved in pilot recruitment since 2000.

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Chris Williams FRAeS

Chris Williams

Chief Instructor for a major international airline– Retired.
Director of Topsl Sailcruise Ltd – Head of Training.

Chris was a pilot from 1972 until the end of 2005. Soon after gaining his command in 1990, he became the Senior Training Captain on the TriStar fleet, responsible for oversight of crew, instructor / examiners & the production of training material. He was one of the presenters of a Flight Crew Instructional Skills course, the pre-cursor of mandated instructor courses of today. During that period he championed the development of Line Orientated Flight Crew Training (LOFT) on the TriStar fleet that lead to a presentation of “The TriStar Experience” at the Hong Kong Human Factors conference in 1992. He also became qualified to undertake pilot selection sessions for the company.

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