FlightSafety International has expanded its eLearning programme with three new online courses: Performance Based Navigation, Human Factors-Crew Resource Management and Single Pilot Resource Management.

The Human Factors-Crew Resource Management recurrent training can be taken online or at a FlightSafety Learning Center. Course modules include General Concepts, Fatigue Management, Decision Making, and Automation Management. Modules can be taken separately or as part of a recurrent course.

The online Single Pilot Resource Management training and simulator-based SRM LOFT courses present techniques and strategies which single pilots can use to meet the demands of operating advanced aircraft in complex airspace. The training focuses on a range of essential human performance and flightpath management skills and strategies.

Finally, FlightSafety’s online ICAO En-route and Terminal Performance Based Navigation courses will enable operators to meet FAA and EASA training requirements. The training includes RNAV, RNP, RNP-APCH, B-RNAV and P-RNAV, flight planning, flying, alternates, and more.

FlightSafety currently offers over 100 eLearning and LiveLearning courses for pilots, maintenance technicians, flight attendants and flight department managers. These self-service interactive courses include initial, recurrent, and specialty programs such as International Procedures, Safety Management Systems, Cold Weather Operations and others.

The new online courses were announced at NBAA-BACE 2017 in Las Vegas, where FlightSafety also revealed plans to place its third G280 simulator in Savannah.