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EASA Upset Prevention & Recovery Training (UPRT) (eLearning Ground & Simulator)
Description

Upon completion of this course, pilots will have the knowledge to understand why an UPSET occurs and how to minimize the risk of experiencing an UPSET.  This course is for EASA pilots and meets the objectives for Upset Prevention & Recovery Training (UPRT) as specified by AMC1 and AMC2 to AIR OPERATIONS PART ORO.FC.220 and PART ORO.FC.230. This course meets the academic objectives of ICAO DOC 10011 AN/506 and EASA Annex II to ED decision 2015/012/R. Specifically, by the end of the course pilots will be able to:

  • Define what is meant by an aircraft “upset”
  • Identify factors and circumstances that can lead to an upset
  • Describe how to minimize the possibility of an upset
  • Recognize when an upset has occurred
  • Manage the flight deck to prevent an upset (CRM techniques)


EASA Upset Prevention & Recovery Training does not qualify for the FlightSafety Master Aviator program.

We also offer a Phased Training option. Please contact your training center to learn more. 

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All training is seat specific and the other crew member participating will not receive a Record of Training for UPRT.   Training can be completed in the left seat, right seat, or both left and right seats:

Course Curriculum (Left or Right seat):  5.5 hours

  • eLearning Ground School:  3.0 hours
  • Examination:  .5 hour
  • Brief/Debrief: 1.0 hour
  • Simulator (Pilot Flying):  1.0 hour Pilot Flying (1.0 hour in either the Left or Right seat)

  
Course Curriculum (Left and Right seat):  6.5 hours

  • eLearning Ground School:  3.0 hours
  • Examination:  .5 hour
  • Brief/Debrief: 1.0 hour
  • Simulator (Pilot Flying):  2.0 hours Pilot Flying (1.0 hour in each the Left and Right seats)
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Course Objectives

Lesson Objectives eLearning Ground:

  • Aerodynamics
  • Causes and Contributing Factors of Upsets
  • Safety Review of accidents and incidents
  • G load Awareness and Management
  • Energy Management
  • Flight Path Management
  • Recognition
  • System malfunctions
  • Upset Prevention 
  • Human Factors/CRM Elements as Required
  • Examination


Lesson Objectives Simulator:

  • Aerodynamics
  • Causes of contributing factors to upsets
  • Safety review of accidents and incidents relating to aeroplane upsets
  • G-Load awareness and management
  • Energy Management
  • Flight path management
  • Recognition
  • System malfunction
  • Manual handling Skills
  • Recovery from developed upsets


Additional Information

Course Dates: This course is scheduled on request. Please contact any of the Learning Centers below to schedule.


Atlanta, Georgia
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Columbus, Ohio:


DFW Airport, Texas:


Farnborough, United Kingdom:


Orlando, Florida:


Paris, France:


San Antonio, Texas:

 

Savannah, Georgia:

 

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Teterboro, New Jersey:


Toronto, Canada
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Tucson, Arizona
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West Palm Beach, Florida
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Wichita Cessna, Kansas:


Wichita East, Kansas:


Wilmington, Delaware: