عنوان مقاله [English]
Iran's aviation sector has the capacity to increase its global standing, however this capability is underutilized in our country. One approach to compensate for this is to place a premium on educational quality. The goal of this study is to identify the challenges and impediments to aviation educational policies. This is a mixed-method study. Qualitative analysis is carried by using the content analysis technique. Ten managers, professors, and experts were interviewed in a semi-structured manner to ascertain the barriers and challenges associated with aviation training. Seven major themes emerged from the data analysis: inefficient human resources, a lack of comprehensive policies, weak management, an unstable workplace, a lack of technology, inadequate training, and insufficient communication all contribute to this situation. In the quantitative section, the statistical population consisted of 280 students from the College. The sample size was 169 individuals, which was sufficient per Cochran's formula. The effectiveness and significance of factors were tested using the t-test and Friedman test, respectively. The most significant policy impediment was found to be poor communication between the aviation industry's various subsectors.
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