The course follows the syllabus requirements as defined in Part CC Appendix 1 And Flight Crew AMC1 ORO.FC.220 (2) (i) (ii)

To Include latest recommendations and Guidelines from Resuscitation Council and EASA.


Course Aim

This three-day course is intended for instructors to be able to carry out Aviation Medicine (First Aid) Training, in a safe environment with confidence and competence.


Course Objectives

By the end of the course you will be able to:                                                                                                                


  • Know the Aviation Medicine legislative requirements for flight crew and cabin crew training

  • Construct and develop lesson plans, instructor guides and training materials

  • Know how to set up practical exercises relevant to first aid, to include health and safety and risk assessments

  • Use and maintain different medical training aids – Resuci Annie, Medical kits etc

  • Know the effects of aviation physiology on the body

  • Know and manage the different aspects of travel heath and hygiene

  • Deliver theoretical and practical training to crew regarding casualty assessment, basic life support and other major traumas and conditions

  • Deliver theoretical and practical training to crew regarding other medical emergencies and conditions

  • Know the importance of crew co-ordination and team work during medical situations – where appropriate

  • Know how to assist medical professionals during and following a medical situation

  • Assess and check crew’s level of competence – written and practical assessments