During last years a great attention to maintenance human factors was drawn by accidents and incidents generated by human error. Incidents caused by errors such as damage during handling, forgetting to finish a reassemble, neglecting a procedure, and not communicating a difficulty, are daily blunders that reduce profits. An airline can achieve considerable financial savings merely by reducing such problems. So, there is a growing awareness within the aviation industry that new levels of safety and efficiency can be achieved through attention to the human factors in maintenance.
The goal of maintaining safety and controlling costs justifies the current demand for human factors training for maintenance personnel.

Magister Ludi Aviation has developed Human Factors in Aviation maintenance course as follows: