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BMAA Courses: All new courses for Pilots! United Kingdom
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All new courses for Pilots!
The British Microlight Aircraft Association has set out to produce a series of bespoke pilot courses designed to benefit the membership and wider aviation community.
Why not check out the new website using the link below and remember there are discounted rates for BMAA members:
Courses taking place in February 2018
R/T GROUND SCHOOL
Sat 17th - Sun 18th Feb 2018 (only 2 places left!)
Either whilst undertaking flight training, or maybe once you have completed your licence, undertaking ground schooling on Radio Telephony will open up many new possibilities.
This two course will prepare you for the theory and practical examinations in order to achieve your Flight RadioTelephony Operator's Licence (FRTOL).
- General procedures.
- Phraseology theory: Aerodrome, Area, Radar, Approach, Emergency, Military & Miscellaneous.
- Legal aspects and responsibilities.
- Types of services and how to use them.
- CAP413 Radiotelephony Manual.
- Methods and advice on using the radio.
- Simulator practice.
- Mock examination practice.
Stoke Medway Airfield, Burrows Lane, Middle Stoke, Stoke, Medway, ME3 9RN
Who should attend?
The course is aimed at anyone who wishes to gain and exercise the privileges of the Flight Radiotelephony Operator's Licence (FRTOL). You might be a student pilot part way through your training, a recently qualified pilot or maybe an experienced pilot that has never previously gained this qualification.
FULL INFO HERE
Courses taking place in March 2018
AVIATION FIRST AID
Sunday 11th March 2018 (6 places left)
As well as gaining a recognised qualification in Emergency First Aid, certified as a FAA (First Aid Award) Level 3 training course and is valid for three. This practical course is especially tailored to operations of aircraft and working on airfields.
You will learn about the following topics, including participating in practical elements:
- Situation assessment.
- Resuscitation Adult CPR.
- Response levels & observation charts.
- Airway management, including restrictions.
- Use of the AED (Automatic External Defibrillator).
- Dressing of wounds.
- Haemostatic bandages and powders (for dealing with bleeds).
- Anaphylactic shock.
- Epilepsy & heart attack.
- Minor burns and scalds.
BMAA HQ, The Bullring, Deddington, Banbury, Oxford, OX15 0TT
FULL INFO HERE
Delivered with flying in mind by giving specific examples and scenarios. We have taken topics and applied them to the aviation environment. The course will consider places such as aircraft hangars/workshops (used for inspections, storage and maintenance) as well as general airfield operations for clubs and flying schools, generally covering all aspects of airfield life and the types of issues that can occur.
Get in touch
If you have any questions, would like to talk to someone about these courses or book a place, please feel free to get in touch:
T: 01869 338888