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TAWS (LiveLearning)
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Wed. Dec 1809:00 EST (GMT -05:00)11:30 EST (GMT -05:00) 
Fri. Dec 2015:30 EST (GMT -05:00)18:00 EST (GMT -05:00) 
Thu. Jan 0915:30 EST (GMT -05:00)18:00 EST (GMT -05:00) 
Thu. Feb 1315:30 EST (GMT -05:00)18:00 EST (GMT -05:00) 
Thu. Mar 1915:30 EDT (GMT -04:00)18:00 EDT (GMT -04:00) 
Mon. Apr 0615:30 EDT (GMT -04:00)18:00 EDT (GMT -04:00) 
Mon. May 1115:30 EDT (GMT -04:00)18:00 EDT (GMT -04:00) 
Mon. Jun 1515:30 EDT (GMT -04:00)18:00 EDT (GMT -04:00) 
Mon. Jul 2015:30 EDT (GMT -04:00)18:00 EDT (GMT -04:00) 
Mon. Aug 2415:30 EDT (GMT -04:00)18:00 EDT (GMT -04:00) 
Mon. Sep 2815:30 EDT (GMT -04:00)18:00 EDT (GMT -04:00) 
Thu. Oct 0809:00 EDT (GMT -04:00)11:30 EDT (GMT -04:00) 
Thu. Nov 1209:00 EST (GMT -05:00)11:30 EST (GMT -05:00) 
Thu. Dec 1709:00 EST (GMT -05:00)11:30 EST (GMT -05:00) 
Description

Controlled flight into terrain remains the leading cause of aviation accidents worldwide. Learn how the Terrain Awareness and Warning System (TAWS) was designed to help keep you safe with FlightSafety's TAWS Course. Whether you need a refresher on your system's capabilities or are seeing TAWS for the first time, this course will provide you with the knowledge needed to take full advantage of this lifesaving system.

This course is compliant with Transport Canada CASS 724.115(32)(a)(i,iv,v).

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Course Objectives

TAWS provides flight department personnel with a comprehensive description of TAWS and its seven modes designed to alert flight crews to a possible terrain conflict. Examples show you when a basic ground proximity warning system might not have been enough to give adequate protection to an aircraft and how today's advanced TAWS expands the safety envelope.  The course includes the following topics:

  • TAWS Regulations and Class Descriptions
  • TAWS Components and Capabilities
  • Alert and Warning modes
  • Forward Looking Terrain Alert
  • Premature Descent Alert
  • Terrain Alerting Display
  • Aural Message Priority
  • TAWS Procedures and Limitations
  • Appropriate response to a TAWS alert
  • CRM Techniques as Required
  • Examination
Features &
Benefits
  • Learn the features of TAWS and its importance to the safe operation of modern aircraft
  • Interactive and engaging
  • Developed by systems experts and experienced pilot instructors with the assistance of system manufacturers
  • Have the benefit of live interaction with our knowledgeable instructors with the convenience of training from any computer with an internet connection
  • Employs an operationally-oriented, scenario-based approach that reflects FlightSafety's experience with TAWS training
  • Obtain a FlightSafety Certificate of Completion
Additional Information
  • Complimentary to Full Service Customers
  • Target Audience: Pilots
  • Regulatory Requirements: When approved by a POI, it will satisfy American, European, and Canadian Requirements. This course is compliant with Transport Canada CASS 724.115(32)(a)(i,iv,v).
  • Duration: 2.5 hours
  • Delivery: Led by a live instructor over the web
  • Credit: Once you have completed the course and successfully passed the test, you are awarded a FlightSafety International certificate of completion. If you are an existing FlightSafety customer, you can also pick up your record of training in myFlightSafety.
  • To assure availability of space, we kindly ask that you make your LiveLearning reservation at least one business day in advance