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.
Mark is now flying European routes. He s also a consultant providing training support to companies and institutions, carrying out training needs analysis, course design and development. He is passionate about improving the understanding of human factors, and teaching practical skills to improve patient safety, operational performance and job satisfaction.
Formerly he was a front line fighter pilot in the RAF and was subsequently selected for prestigious exchange posts at both the French and Saudi Air Force Academies, where he instructed student fighter pilots. He then commanded the Central Flying School’s basic fast jet instructor training squadron where he very successfully brought in numerous innovative training initiatives to improve communication skills and enhance individual and team performance.