APS Hosts 2022 Virtual UPRT Safety Summit for Professional Pilots on November 16
United States based pilot training group, Aviation Performance Solutions, is hosting the ‘2022 UPRT Safety Summit for Professional Pilots Worldwide’ via LinkedIn Live on the 16 of November.
Industry experts on Upset Prevention and Recovery Training (UPRT) present insightful and relevant topics for professional pilots related to this year’s theme of Transforming Low Experience to High Aviation Safety. This year’s experts provide perspectives across a wide spectrum of aviation industry to include both needs and challenges. These exceptional speakers follow this compelling agenda:
Opening – 1500 GMT | 1000 EST : Welcome + Event Overview
Session 1 – 1505 GMT | 1005 EST : Keynote – Tomorrow’s Professional Pilots Require Upset Training Fluency | Captain Danny Hull, United Airlines, Senior Manager – United Aviate Training Development & Support
Session 2 – 1530 GMT | 1030 EST : Every Pilot In Control Solution Standard™ (EPIC-S2™) | Paul BJ Ransbury, CEO at Aviation Performance Solutions (APS); Captain Clarke McNeace, APS VP Standards
Session 3 – 1600 GMT | 1100 EST : Developing Effective Airline Pilot Upset Recovery Competency | Captain Brad Bennetts, Global Airways; Captain Etika Tuisue, Fiji Airways
Session 4 – 1630 GMT | 1130 EST : Elevating Safety Through UPRT | Sonnie Bates, CEO at WYVERN
Session 5 – 1700 GMT | 1200 EST : The Not-So-Curious Linkage Between Upward Mobility, Mentorship, and Safety | Paul Ratte, Director of Aviation Safety Programs at USAIG
Session 6 – 1730 GMT | 1230 EST : An Essential Tool in Every Pilot’s Toolbox | Captain Captain Jeff Wofford, Chief Pilot and Director of Aviation at CommScope, Former Chairman NBAA Safety Committee
Session 7 – 1800 GMT | 1300 EST : What the Industry is Doing About Loss of Control In-flight Is Not Working | Captain John Cox, CEO at Safety Operating Systems
Session 8 – 1830 GMT | 1330 EST : Wrap Up with Speakers / Additional Q&A for All Attendees | Randall Brooks, Event Host and APS VP Flight Operations
For more information, to register or to attend kindly visit the event page.
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