Aircraft Safety and Emergencies Training (EMER)

Aircraft Safety and Emergencies Training (EMER)

Overview

 

The course is designed to develop the ability to safely detect, manage and respond to abnormal situations and/or emergencies during the flight.

The course combines the 3P model (perceive, process, perform) with the ANC model (aviate, navigate, communicate) as a thought guide to deal with these situations and/or emergencies. The course also places special emphasis on risk management, threat and error management, and cockpit and crew resource management.

This course employs a combination of tools including class discussion, simulated chair flight, flight simulator, and aircraft flight. In addition, the course considers two types of roles, as a pilot flying alone or as part of a flight crew.

Finally, the course uses scenario-based training technique and real-case analysis, which enables pilots to be prepared to respond to abnormal situations and/or emergencies of greater complexity or difficulty during air operations.

*Standardized Courses tailorable to fit specific training requirements.

Course Features

  • Conducted in Titusville, FL, USA

  • Special Focus: Aeronautical Decision Making, Risk Management, Threat and Error Management, Cockpit and Crew Resource Management

  • Conducted by experienced former military instructors with FAA CFI/CFII certifications

Safety and Emergencies Training Course Features