31 Oct Upset Prevention Recovery Training
The Upset Prevention and Recovery training course teaches pilots to recover from every possible in-flight upset or flight envelope excursion.
The objective of the course is for the pilot under training:
- (1) to understand how to cope with the physiological and psychological aspects of dynamic
upsets in aeroplanes.
- (2) to develop the necessary competence and resilience to be able to apply appropriate
recovery techniques during upsets under the presence of real human factors.
The course is considered to have been satisfactorily completed if the
trainee is able to successfully:
(1) apply strategies to mitigate psychological and physical
(2) recognise upsets;
(3) apply correct recovery techniques from upset scenarios :
- (i) nose high at various bank angles;
- (ii) nose low at various bank angles;
- (iii) spiral dives;
- (iv) stall events;
- (v) incipient spin;
- Application of procedures
- Aeroplane flight path management — automation
- Aeroplane flight path management — manual control
- Leadership and teamwork
- Problem-solving and decision-making
- Situation awareness and information management
- Workload management
3 hours of dual flight training in a brand new Pipistrel Virus SW121.
The only pre-entry requirement is that you must be a holder of a PPL(A) License and there is no validity period for the UPRT certification.
Dual Flight Training