Ms Oleksandra Krasnova
Bachelor of Education, Master of Education (Ukraine), MSc in Human Factors (The University of Nottingham, UK)
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Oleksandra's qualifications include Bachelors degree of Education and Foreign languages (English, German) at School of Foreign languages, Teachers' Training University (Ukraine), Masters degree of Education and English at School of Foreign languages, Teachers' Training University (Ukraine), Master of Sciences in Human Factors at the Department of Mechanical, Materials and Manufacturing Engineering, School of Engineering, The University of Nottingham, UK. Oleksandra also has a Private Pilot Licence (PPL) with Theoretical Background (Part I) including such modules as Aerodynamics, Meteorology, Human Factors, Avionics, Communication and Air Law. 

Research Details: Oleksandra is a PhD Candidate in the School of Aviation. The Project Title is "Improving young novice drivers' speed management behaviour". The main aim of the research is to develop a new approach to driving training and test the utility of new training method for improving young novice drivers' risk management behavior, particularly in terms of speed.

Other Areas of Research Interest:

Human Factors/Ergonomics

Human Factors in Transport (Aviation, Driving)

Aviation Safety

Training and Education


Prior to moving to Australia Oleksandra has worked as a Teaching Assistant at Kirovograd National Technical University, Kirovograd Flight Academy of National Aviation University. She worked as a Research Assistant at the School of Aviation Safety, Kirovograd Flight Academy of National Aviation University. The area of research referred primarily to "Theory and Methodology of Professional Education for Future Pilots". She has also experience of working with pilots and engineers at professional training courses (PPL/CPL/ATPL) at Flight Division of Kirovograd Flight Academy of National Aviation University.

Oleksandra is a member of the Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors (IEHF, UK).

Oleksandra is currently doing full-time PhD under supervision of Dr Brett Molesworth and Professor Ann Williamson, and works as a Casual Tutor in Aviation Safety and Resource Management at UNSW.