DANGEROUS GOODS CAT-11 TRAINING

Dangerous Goods Category-11 Online Course starts with an overview of General Philosophy (classification, prohibitions, packaging, marking & labeling, documentation, notification to captain, information to passenger and crew, training, accident & incident reporting), Definition, Legal Basis, Shipper’s Responsibilities, Security of Dangerous Goods etc. The course covers Limitations, Classification & Marking and Labeling sections detailing from Class 1 to 9. Handling & orientation labels, cryogenic liquid, keeping away from heat, cargo aircraft only and magnetized material topics are also discussed. The course then focuses on Emergency Procedures giving detailed information about Emergency Procedures for Cabin Crew, Contaminated Cargo and Baggage, Dangerous Goods Accidents and Incidents, Reporting the Accidents and Incidents. 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.

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.

DE-ICING GROUND PROCEDURES

De-Anti Icing Procedures Online Course starts with an overwiev of definitions & terms, Controlling Documents, Icing Threat and types of de-icing / anti-icing & fluids. The course then focuses on the need for De-Icing / Anti-Icing. The course also includes De-Icing / Anti-Icing Procedures including Communication, de-icing / anti-icing process, pre-take off contamination check. The course is finalized with Holdover Time 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.

FIRST AID

First Aid Online Course starts with Altitude Physiology and Travel Health issues. The course then focuses on First Aid in details explaining its definition, management of in-flight medical emergencies & crew responsibilities, basic steps of first aid, chain of saving a life, patient assessment etc. The course also covers Unconsciousness, Life-Threatening Conditions such as Acute Heart Attack, Angina Pectoris, Choking, Shock etc. Bleeding, Trauma, Burns, Musculoskeletal Injuries, Eye,Ear & Nose Conditions, Physiology of Respiratory System, Poisoning, Communicable Diseases, Child Birth and Patient Lifting & Carrying Techniques are other very important topics which are discussed during the course. This course meets all state authority regulations. Courses are constantly monitored and updated when major changes in authority documentation is released.

HUMAN FACTORS

Human Factors Online Course starts with definition and history of Human Factors. The course then focuses on Human Limitations which are Fatigue, Fitness, Communications, Visual Effects and Motivation & Attitudes. The course also includes Ergonomics and Training Section with an emphasis on scientific approach and training & training devices. 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 release.

FLIGHT SAFETY

Flight Safety Procedures Online Course starts with Aviation History and Accident Rate History. The course then focuses on Theoretical Models for Safety which are Swiss Cheese Model and Domino Theory. The course also covers Rseponsibility and Reporting Process. The course is finalized with Risk Management and Commands & Communication Procedures. This course meets all state authority regulations. Courses are constantly monitored and updated when major changes in authority documentation is released.

AIRPLANE SECURITY PROCEDURES

Airplane Security Procedures Online Course starts with an overwiev of definitions & terms and Controlling Documents. The course then focuses on Different Level of Threats & Actions including threat levels from 1 to 4. The course also includes Sabotage and Bomb Threat Sections detailing Action by person receiving a bomb threat call, Bomb threat on ground & in-flight. Dealing with Chemical & Biological Weapon (CBW) title is another section where Aerosol CBW with Activation, CBW Threats in Cabin-without activation, CBW threats in cargo compartment, suspicious substance & packages sub-titles are discussed. The Airplane Security Procedures course also looks at Hijack Procedures ;hijacker profile, stage of hijack. The course is finalized with Aircraft Security Procedures section explaining Airplane under crew supervision, Security Briefing, Cabin Check Prior to Flight, Flight Crew Compartment Access Procedures and Airplane not under crew supervision. 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.

NORTH ATLANTIC MINIMUM NAVIGATION PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATIONS - NAT MNPS

North Atlantic Minumum Navigation Performance Specification (MNPS) Online Course starts with an overview of MNPS Operational Approval & Systems Requirements. The course then focuses on Flight Operations and Navigation Procedures giving detailed information about Pre-Flight / Post-Flight Procedures. The course is finalized with the section of Navigation System Degradation or Failure. This course meets all state authority regulations. Courses are constantly monitored and updated when major changes in authority documentation is released.

EUROPEAN REDUCED VERTICAL SEPARATION MINIMA - EUR RVSM

European Reduced Vertical Seperation Minima (EUR RVSM) Online Course starts with an overview of Implementation and the Benefits of RVSM. The course covers Qualifications and Requirements including Certification of RVSM, Maintaining RVSM Qualification and the condition of your not being qualified for RVSM. The course then focuses on Aircraft Systems (Equipment Requirements, Errors & Tolerance) and RVSM Operations detailing Flight Planning, Aircraft Pre-flight procedures, Post-flight procedures, TCAS / ACAS and RVSM. Finally, System Performance Monitoring section with Height Monitoring Unit (HMU) and Special Height Monitoring Flights subtitles are addressed. This course meets all state authority regulations. Courses are constantly monitored and updated when major changes in authority documentation is released.