About the training
What happens when a pilot is put out of action? In such an event, certain protocols need to be followed, and bags of assertiveness will be needed. Scandlearndesigned a robust Pilot Incapacitation e-course, which has been extended to include the medical aspects of such an unfortunate incident.
A pilot is rendered to be incapable of performing their assigned duties when they are affected by a health condition, including but not limited to diabetes and food poisoning. Pilot incapacitation can severely impact the safety of a flight, and its occurrence is not infrequent. The capable crew members will have to confidently and safely deal with the given situation and know how to come to the pilot’s aid with medical assistance.
- Obvious and Subtle signs of incapacitation
- Completely or partially incapacitated cabin crewmember
- Definition of Incapacitation
- Procedure for pilot incapacitation
Our course closely follows the EASA regulations but is also suitable for operators complying with other standards globally.