Pilot Incapacitation

10-15-2014 1-50-41 PM

Pilot Incapacitation Training & Medical Aspects Training is designed for pilots and cabin crew and describes standard methods of dealing with a situation where a pilot becomes incapacitated. 

The Pilot Incapacitation Training course has been extended to include the medical aspects to be considered when operating without access to medical assistance.

Topics covered:


  • Recognition
  • Obvious
  • Subtle
  • Actions
  • Restraining
  • Oxygen Supply
  • Revise crew duties
  • Risks
  • Chock
  • Occurence report
  • Hypoxia
  • Hygiene
  • Malaria
  • Fainting
  • Diabetes
  • Heart Attack
  • Coronary heart disease (CHD)
  • Nose Bleed





This course covers the EASA requirements for recurrent training in Pilot Incapacitation and is compliant with, OPS 1.942, OPS 1.965, and app 1 OPS 1.965.

Information about the course


Sections 1
Questions 30
Duration 30 minutes
Language English
Initial Training Yes
Reccurent Training      Yes

Target Population

target noCabin Crew
target yesFlight Crew
target noGround Crew


target yesHandling Personnel
target yesManagement
target noTechnicians

With crew training platform 23 EUR / USER
Webshop 46 EUR / USER