As the research declares Bloom’s taxonomy of learning recognizes that there are three major domains that are fundamental in the promotion of higher forms of thinking in the learning process. According to Bloom, Engelhart, Furst, Hill and Krathwohl, the three domains of educational training are 1) cognitive domain that deals with mental skills, 2) affective domain that involves growth in feelings or emotional areas, and 3) psychomotor domain that deals with physical or manual skills. Atherton argues that each of the domains is sub-divided into various levels in a hierarchical model starting with the most basic process to the most complex one as shown below.
According to the paper findings Bloom’s taxonomy helps education planners contextualize teaching programs that enable learners attain a holistic study and understanding of knowledge in terms of its foundations, scope and validity. This brings about the desired effectiveness in educational and training programs among learners. The Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport System (CAMTS) is charged with the responsibility of developing standards for the aero-medical environment. According to CAMTS, the requirements for the orientation, training and continuing education programs for the aero-medical personnel are premised on the transport program’s the purpose of the service, mode(s) of transport provided and its constituents contained in the mission statement, scope of care and patient population.