Coming November of 2012!
This page will link to our online Aviation Safety
Single Pilot Resource Management Pilot "Continuing Education" Courses
Less expensive than many King or Gleim courses and they don't offer SPRM - we offer one reasonable fee for all 5 Wings approved courses
Weekend seminar (KASH) December 8-9 include simulator time (FITS approval pending) 2013 dates set as well!
For details go to our webpage: SPRM Weekend Seminars
Discount rebates for Flight Schools and Instructors.
We currently have FAA Wings approval for the courses. Our courses are easy-chair friendly with a relaxed atmosphere, sometimes humourous, and definitely interesting with discussions of many accidents and how their error chain breakdown can be applied to things you may do as a single pilot, to avoid these kinds of outcomes. ATP and FAASTeam Rep, Nina Anderson narrates these courses in her chairside chat format rather than a formal classroom lecture delivery. Each class can be viewed on your computer, stopped and started at will, and for those who need Wings credit, the pilot can re-login with their Wings email address to take short tests for compliance.
Why SPRM? Because professional flight crews are required to employ cockpit resource management techinques. But, what about the pilot that flies solo? Shouldn't he/she learn similar safety
techniques only tailored to one pilot? Absolutely... and that's why the FAA approved us for Wings credit. Now you can enjoy this comprehensive training on your own computer...
stay tuned... we will have a link soon.
Please send us your email to be put on the list to be notified when we have the full course available.
Each course will be approximately :45 minutes in length.
Courses to be offered:
- Error Management: What If?
- Human Factors: The Physiology of PIlot Error
- Risk Management,
- Passenger Relations
- Aeronautical Decision Making, Task Management, Automation, Communication
- Passenger Relations
Soon we will have a FREE 23 minute sample course for you to view:
Future courses include:
- Human Factors for Maintenance Personnel
- Get It On the Ground! for passengers in single pilot aircraft