EASA-ICAO OPS MODULES
This course focuses on security in aviation. It is based on ICAO and European standards and regulations and provides understanding of common rules to protect civil aviation against acts of unlawful interference that jeopardize security.
Duration=90mn (+30mn QUIZ)
The Controlled Flight Into Terrain (CFIT) training module familiarizes pilots with the key factors in the successful prevention strategies in order to avoid CFIT accident. This program is compliant with EASA GM1 CAT OP MPA 290.
Duration=55mn (+20mn QUIZ)
This module covers aircraft inspection, approved methods of deicing/anti-icing, and holdover time comprehension. The course meets the needs of flight crews dealing with ground operations, flight and parking techniques under icing conditions. This course is compliant with EASA CAT.OP.MPA.250&255 and ICAO Manual of A/C Ground De-icing/Anti-icing.
Duration=35mn (+20mn QUIZ)
The Crew Resource Management (CRM) Training is a mandated requirement for cockpit or cabin crews. CRM is the effective management of available resources to mitigate a situation while minimizing errors and improving air safety. CRM focuses on interpersonal communication, leadership, and decision making in the cabin and cockpit. This course is compliant with EASA AMC1 FC115 & 215
Duration=50mn (+30mn QUIZ)
Based on IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations (DGR) and ICAO Technical Instructions for the Transportation of Dangerous Goods by Air, this module provides training based on curricula for “No carry” Operators. Flight crew members and ground staff will find explanation, classification, marking and labelling, packing, handling, loading and documentation of the various Dangerous Goods. This course is compliant with EASA AMC1 SPA.DG.105(a)
Duration=45mn (+15mn QUIZ)
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The Emergency and Safety Equipment Training (ESET-First Part)is designed to provide regulation knowledge and general description about emergency and safety equipment carried on board (all type of aircraft). In a second Part, crew members will understand the importance of early detection and correct recognition of any smoke/fire situation; they will demonstrate knowledge of the fire fighting techniques on board an aircraft. This course is compliant with EASA PART-CAT (Subpart D)
Duration=70mn (+30mn QUIZ)
The Extended-Range Twin-Engine Operational Performance Standards (ETOPS) module aims to familiarize pilots with the regulations, procedures and safety considerations when performing flights over oceanic routes or remote areas. This course is compliant with EASA SPA.ETOPS.105/110/115.
Duration=40mn (+20mn QUIZ)
The main objective of this training course is to give Pilots and Dispatchers the basic information they need to communicate and/or navigate safely in airspaces where CNS/ATM has been implemented.This course, based on ICAO GOLD document and manufacturers publications, will give all relevant information regarding Future Air Navigation Systems (FANS). This course is compliant with EASA SPA.PBN.100 &105.
Duration=40mn (+10mn QUIZ)
Fatigue has been cited as a causal factor in multiple aviation accidents. This Fatigue Management Training course, based on ICAO, FAA, EASA FRM implementation publications, is designed to raise awareness on the causes of fatigue and countermeasures to reduce or mitigate the effects of fatigue in aviation. Not only pilots are impacted by fatigue, with potential consequences on safety: cabin crews and ground staff working in shifts are also concerned by this topic. This course is compliant with EASA ORO.FTL.250 (a) (b).
Duration=40mn (+15mn QUIZ)
This course is set as a guideline mandated by the Aviation Occupational Safety and Health Regulations in order to ensure the safety of all employees within the industry. Crew members will be able to define/demonstrate the principles of first aid and emergency scene management required to effectively handle an in-flight medical emergency situation. This course is compliant with EASA ED 290/2012 Subpart TRA CC.TRA.220 & Appendix 1.
Duration=60mn (+20mn QUIZ)
Purpose of this module is to describe the characteristics of adverse hot weather that can cause aircraft accidents and incidents and identify the ways to avoid hazardous phenomena. Operational consequences will be described to ensure a practical knowledge for pilots and ground staff. This course is compliant with EASA AMC1 ORO.FC.230.
Duration=20mn (+15mn QUIZ)
The aim of this course is to provide crew members with guidance in key aspects of low visibility operations, essential visual cues provided by approach and runway lighting systems, and runway or taxi markings environment. Flight crews will learn operational behaviors during all phases of flight. This course is compliant with EASA AMC1 SPA.LVO.120; CAT.OP.MPA 305.
Duration=50mn (+25mn QUIZ)
North Atlantic Area-High Level Airspace (NAT-HLA) is the re-designation of the airspace formerly known as the NAT MNPS. As this region is one of the busiest in the world in terms of air-traffic density, high standard navigation performances and pilot proficiency are required. This module proposes information and updated procedures for pilots (all types of aircraft). This course is compliant with EASA GM1 SPA.MNPS.100 & 105.
Duration=30mn (+15mn QUIZ)
The aim of this course is to provide the flight crews with the required theoretical knowledge of performance-based navigation systems in order to receive further approval to conduct PBN operations in compliance with EASA Part-SPA. This module sets out good practices for planning and carrying out the various types of approaches published under the name RNAV (GNSS). This course is compliant with EASA GM1 SPA.PBN.100 AMC.20-27.
Duration=70mn (+25mn QUIZ)
In-flight, pilot incapacitation can be defined as any reduction in medical fitness to a degree or of a nature that is likely to jeopardize flight safety.
This course covers topics like causes for incapacitation, symptoms, detection, the difference between fits and faints, and coping strategies or operating procedures. This course is compliant with EASA AMC1 ORO.FC.230; ICAO Doc 8984.
Duration=30mn (+10mn QUIZ)
This program shows the operating practices, procedures and training items related to Reduced Vertical Separation Minimum (RVSM) operations in airspace that requires State operational approval. This course is compliant with EASA AMC1.SPA.RVSM.105.
Duration=35mn (+10mn QUIZ)
TCAS course is a comprehensive description of the Traffic Alert and Collision Avoidance Systems and the different ways to alert crews about potential conflict with any other traffic. As ACAS/TCAS improves safety acting as a « last resort » safety net against mid-air or near mid-air collision, this course proposes information and updated procedures for flight crews. This course is compliant with EASA GM1 CAT.OP.MPA.295.
Duration=25mn (+15mn QUIZ)
An aeroplane upset is a condition whereby an aeroplane in flight unintentionally exceeds the parameters normally experienced in line operations or training. The aim of this course is to identify the threats for potential undesired aircraft states, define the different states of undesired aircraft state, and learn mitigation strategies and recovery techniques. This course is compliant with EASA EASA NPA 2015-13; OACI Doc 10011 AN/506.
Duration=45mn (+10mn QUIZ)
This module will provide information about characteristics of volcanic ash, associated hazards, how to avoiding volcanic ash and the procedures to be followed if ash is encountered. Flight crews will find recommandations by flight phases about what has to be done from engine start to inflight volcanic ash encounter. This course is compliant with EASA GM2 ORO.GEN.200; OACI Doc 9691.
Duration=20mn (+5mn QUIZ)
This growing collection of courses meets the airline crew training requirements in order to conduct safe and optimized aircraft operations. Taught by competent airline experts, our modules are compliant with EASA-ICAO regulations.
An associated quiz (75% minimum to pass) validates each course. Automatic certificate of compliance will be delivered directly in our e-learning portal within personal subscriber space.
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Caution: the possibility exists that generic information may be incompatible with the design of a particular aircraft and/or regional authority. Refer to manufacturer FCOM and reference documentation.