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ADVANCED UPRT

In any of our professional programs, students will receive instruction and learn techniques from top industry experts. Unlike other schools our instructors are current or recently retired airline pilots and are keen to make your training as beneficial and relevant to your future career as possible

 
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ADVANCED UPRT COURSE

1. AIM OF COURSE

The objective of the course is for the candidate to understand how to cope with the physiological and psychological aspects of dynamic upsets in aeroplanes and to develop the necessary competence and resilience to be able to apply appropriate recovery techniques during upsets.

2. PRE-COURSE ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no specific pre-entry requirements for the UPRT course.

3. COURSE STRUCTURE AND DURATION

The course is designed for a candidate to be trained in upset prevention and recovery techniques. The mandatory training for the advanced UPRT shall comprise of flight exercises and theoretical knowledge instruction. 

The course shall be delivered using an aerobatic aeroplane which will provide the optimum solution to achieve both maximum training value and safety margins. There is an option to receive simulator training to put into practice what the student has learnt in the aircraft onto a commercial jet. 

On completion of the training, the HT shall certify that the candidate has completed the course satisfactorily. The duration of the course will be approximately 2-3 days.