TSA DASSP

Tsa dassp

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.

Bloodborne Pathogens

Bloodborne pathogens

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 […]

GPS

Gps

Training on and using GPS increases navigational accuracy and situational awareness. Our GPS training presents how to properly handle all available GPS tools to the pilot’s benefit as well as who to properly handle errors. For Part 135, Part 125, and Part 91 pilot training, our GPS course provides information and knowledge for properly equipped […]

TAWS

Taws

Our TAWS course provides an introduction to the purpose of Terrain Awareness and Warning Systems. It ensures pilots will have a clear understanding of the TAWS functions, what alerts may occur, and how to respond to them. Additionally, we address common issues with TAWS such as Nuisance Alerts and when it is appropriate to inhibit […]

TCAS II

Tcas ii

TCAS II provides a general overview of what TCAS is, why it was developed, and it’s safety benefits. The course provides pilots with the basic concepts of TCAS, ensuring that no matter what product they use they’ll understand the fundamental purpose of each type of alert and level of protection offered by TCAS II. Finally, […]

Traffic Advisory System (TAS)

Traffic advisory system (tas)

The Traffic Advisory System (TAS) provides a general overview of what TAS is, why it was developed, and what types of traffic advisories are available. Additionally, the TAS course provides pilots with recommended industry standards for utilizing TAS to see and avoid other aircraft while in the air. For Part 135, Part 125, and Part […]

Physiology and First-Aid

Physiology and first-aid

We offer Physiology and First Aid courses tailored to Fixed Wing or Rotor Wing flight crews that fulfill the requirements for training over altitude related illness and how to respond to illness, injury, or abnormal situations involving passengers or crew during flight. For Part 135, Part 125, and Part 91 pilot training, our Physiology and […]

METAR and TAF

Metar and taf

The METAR and TAF course provides an introduction to the concept of coded aviation weather reports, the order of their elements, and how to interpret the coded reports. The course will instruct the unfamiliar in how to read a METAR and TAF and, for those already familiar with them, provide a deeper understanding of how […]

FAR Regulations

Far regulations parts 43, 91, 110, 119, 135,125

We offer FAR Regulations courses for Part 91, Part 125, and Part 135 operators, and cover maintenance regulations as well. Courses include Part 91 Subpart F, 14 CFR Part 1-97 and 49 CFR Part 830, 14 CFR Part 110, 119, 125, and 135. The rotor wing courses are separated by IFR and VFR depending on […]

Single Pilot Resource Management

Single pilot resource management

Single-Pilot Resource Management uses many of the concepts of crew resource management and teaches pilots to apply them to single-pilot operations. Our SRM course covers managing outside and onboard resources prior to and during flight and enables pilots to accurately assess hazards, manage potential risks, and make good decisions. For Part 135, Part 125, and […]