GENERAL SUBJECT

CENTRAL - SOUTH AMERICA PROCEDURES

Central & South America Procedures Online Course starts with General Procedures including Enroute/Terminal and Altimeter Procedures. The course then focuses on Special Cautions which are Terrain-CFIT, Communication Challenges, High Altitude Airports and Weather Challenges. A short summary is presented for you at the end of the course. This course meets all state authority regulations. Courses are constantly monitored and updated when major changes in authority documentation is released.

EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT

Emergency Equipment Online Course starts with an overview of Emergency Equipments such as Fire Fighting / Survival / Medical Equipments etc. The course then focuses on the concept of Fire Fighting Equipments which are Halon Fire Extinguisher, BCF, Water Fire Extinguisher, PBE, Crash Axe, Protective Gloves etc. Survival Equipments of the course highlight Emergency Locator Transmitter, Megaphone, Flashlight, Lifevests, Escape Slides, Taft Equipment and Survival Kit Centents. The course is finalized with the section of Medical Equipment with an emphasis on First Aid Kit, Medical Kit, Automatic External Defibrillator, Portable Oxygen, Compressed and Liquid Oxygen. This course meets all state authority regulations. Courses are constantly monitored and updated when major changes in authority documentation is released.

AIR LAW

Air Law Online Course starts with an overview of International Agreements and Agencies including Warsaw/Tokyo/Montreal/Chicago Conventions, EASA, IATA and WCO. The course then focuses on Commanders Rights and Responsibilities. Custom Procedures topic is also discussed. A short summary is presented for you at the end of the course. This course meets all state authority regulations. Courses are constantly monitored and updated when major changes in authority documentation is released.

SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM - SMS

Safety Management System Online Course starts with definitions and Basic Parts of an SMS Program which are Organizational Commitment, Safety Organization and Planning, Provision for Compliance with Legal and Regulatory. The course then focuses on Procedures and Control, Safety Risk Management Procedures, Safety Policy, Staff Reporting and Responsibilities. A short summary is presented for you at the end of the course. This course meets all state authority regulations. Courses are constantly monitored and updated when major changes in authority documentation is released.

FATIGUE MANAGEMENT

Fatigue Management Online Course starts with definitions and Effects of Fatigue Online Operations. The course then focuses on Typical Human Sleep Pattern such as Typical Sleep Pattern, Non-Rem Sleep, Rem Sleep and Sleep Debt Process. The course also covers Sleep Loss vs.Alcohol Usage including Cognitive Impairment Threshold and Psychomotor Impairment Threshold. The course is finalized with Circadian Rhythm (Circadian High, Circadian Low, WOCL, Sleep Inertia Effects, Napping) and Fatigue Counter – Measures (Operational Fatigue Counter-Measures, Layover or Home Fatigue Counter-Measures) sections. A short summary is presented for you at the end of the course. This course meets all state authority regulations. Courses are constantly monitored and updated when major changes in authority documentation is released.

RISK MANAGEMENT

Risk Management Online Course starts with definitions and Layer of Protection. The course then focuses on Corporate Level Risk Management detailing Assets vs.Liabilities, Legal Liability, Corporate Image, Regulatory Compliance, Establish Corporate Policies, SOPs and Regulations. The course also covers Operations and Maintenance Level Risk Management with Controlling training, Dispatch Performance Pressure, Aircraft Modification, Publishing & Update SOPs, Checklist, Manuals subtitles. The course is finalized with Line Level Risk Management ( Dispatch Reliability Pressure, Flight Preparation, Normal & Abnormal Procedures) and Risk Analysis Process ( Identifying a Hazard, Calculating the Risk, Selecting the Proper Mitigation ) sections. A short summary is presented for you at the end of the course. This course meets all state authority regulations. Courses are constantly monitored and updated when major changes in authority documentation is released.

POLAR OPERATION

Polar Operation Online Course starts with definitions and Requirements for Polar Operations. The course then focuses on Airport Requirements for Designation as En-Route Alternates, Recovery Plan for Unplanned Diversions, Communication Capability, Operational Training, Long Range Crew Requirements, Special Equipment, Validation Requirements for Area Approval etc. The course also includes Normal and Abnormal Procedures. A short summary is presented for you at the end of the course. This course meets all state authority regulations. Courses are constantly monitored and updated when major changes in authority documentation is released.

4 ENGINE PERFORMANCE

The aircraft performance of jet aircraft is basically very similar, but when flying a four-engine aircraft there are some important items that must be emphasized for the operator and the pilots. This program identifies critical issues that differ with this type of aircraft from the standard two-engine models. Included in this program are the following items: General aircraft performance definitions of terms and the importance of the accurate computation of this data. A review of takeoff performance data information such as brake energy limitation, head/crosswind components, field length, climb limit, obstacle limit, tire speed limit, V-speeds and minimum control speeds and a discuss of the challenge of asymmetric thrust from the loss of an outboard engine during a critical phase of flight. Great review for pilots of four-engine jet aircraft. Courses are constantly monitored and updated when major changes in authority documentation is released.

ATC COMMUNICATIONS - RADIOTELEPHONY

ATC Communication / Radiotelephony Online Course starts with an overwiev of definitions. The course then focuses on General Operating Procedures including Transmission technique, letters,numbers, wording and phrase standards, call signs, communication test, reliability, radar procedure phraseology, level changes, conditional & reports etc. The course also includes Communication Failure and Distress & Urgency with an emphasis on pan-medical, distress, urgency. Relevant Weather, Morse Code and ATC Phraseologies are other sections where Aerodrome weather, description of levels, area control services, approach control services, phraseology of aerodrome, coordination between ATS Units are discussed. Radiotelephony course also looks at ATS Surveillance Service Phraseologies including General ATS Surveillance Service Phraseologies, Radar in Approach Control Service, secondary surveillance radar (SSR) and ADS-B Phraseologies topics. The course is finalized with Automatic Dependent Surveillance –Contract (ADS-C) Phraseologies, Alerting Phraseologies and Ground Crew / Flight Crew Phraseologies. This course meets all state authority regulations. Courses are constantly monitored and updated when major changes in authority documentation is released.

HYDROPLANING

Hydroplaning Online Course covers the phenomenon of hydroplaning/aquaplaning. This phenomenon can cause excursions off the end or side of the runway and the reasons for it. It does so by discussing the different types of hydroplaning and how each can be avoided. Courses are constantly monitored and updated when major changes in authority documentation is released.