For Part 135, Part 125, and Part 91 maintenance personnel training, our Walking-Working Surfaces course provides a foundation for learning about how to avoid occupational injury due to workplace hazards. It is intended to fulﬁll the OSHA training requirements on fall hazards.
Fundamentals of Instruction provides check airmen and flight instructors an introduction to instructing pilots. Topics covered include duties, functions, responsibilities, conducting flight instruction, evaluating students, human behavior, teaching methods, learning process, assessment and critique, and teaching risk management. This course includes two tutorials that can be tailored to your company’s needs for check airmen or […]
The Minimum Equipment List (MEL) course is designed to provide personnel with an overview of the purpose and use of the Minimum Equipment List, including Master MELs. This tutorial provides instruction on the structure and contents of an MEL and basic procedures on using an MEL to defer inoperative equipment. This course meets the training […]
Our Aviation Action Safety Program (ASAP) Overview course provides a primer on the purpose of an ASAP and each member’s role within the program. In addition, this course includes instruction on the appropriate expectations regarding voluntary submission, reporting protection, and potential corrective actions. For Part 135, Part 125, and Part 91 operators, our Aviation Action […]
Performance-Based Communication and Surveillance (PBCS) provides pilots with an overview of communication and surveillance elements of air traffic management so they may understand the relevant data link communications system theories as they apply to operational use. This course contains tutorials that cover PBCS, CPDLC and ADS-C. For Part 135, Part 125, and Part 91 pilot […]
The TSA DCA Access Program (DASSP) training provides instruction in the special requirements for flying into and out of the Ronald Regan (DCA) airport and includes training in the Common Strategy developed specifically for Security Coordinators and Flight Crew.
With high altitudes creating different atmospheres, clouds, weather systems, it is essential to recognize and address the associated risks and to operate the aircraft accordingly. Our High Altitude Weather and Aerodynamics course takes a detailed look at the unique weather and atmospheric conditions experienced during high altitude flight, including the principles, critical elements, and weather […]
This Bloodborne Pathogens course is designed to satisfy OSHA training requirements for employees who may be potentially exposed to blood or bodily fluids. Content includes an overview of the OSHA Bloodborne Pathogen Standards, an overview of Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, and HIV, Control Measures, and what to do in the event of an exposure. This […]
Introduction to Safety Management Systems provides an excellent introduction to understanding how an effective SMS works and introduces the concepts of safety culture and demonstrates an effective framework for a safe working environment. In this course we cover the four pillars of SMS: Safety Policy, Safety Risk Management, Safety Assurance, and Safety Promotion. For Part […]
Our International Operations course provides foundational knowledge to prepare pilots for flight across multiple countries and oceanic regions. You’ll learn about filing international flight plans and necessary rules for conducting operations within international airspace. This course is based on FAA and ICAO guidelines and presents valuable information on useful resources, as well as communication and […]