UPRT

Advanced UPRT Theoretical Training (A-UPRT)


Description
Upon completion of this course, pilots will have the knowledge to understand why an aircraft upset occurs and how to minimize the risk of experiencing an upset. This course is for EASA pilots and meets the objectives for Upset Prevention & Recovery Training (UPRT) as specified by FCL.745.A. Specifically, by the end of the course pilots will be able to:

- Define what is meant by an aircraft “upset”
- Identify factors and circumstances that can lead to an upset
- Describe how to minimize the possibility of an upset
- Recognize when an upset has occurred
- Manage the flight deck to prevent an upset (CRM techniques)

Course Duration: 5 hours | Language: English | Revision status: 02/01/2020
Content
  • Welcome & Technical Instructions
  • M1 - INTRODUCTION
  • M1 - Introduction
  • M2 - AERODYNAMICS
  • M2 - Aerodynamics
  • M2 - Aerodynamics - TEST
  • M3 - CAUSES
  • M3 - Causes
  • M3 - Video: 737-200 Wake Turbulence encounter
  • M3 - Causes - TEST
  • M4 - G AWARENESS
  • M4 - G Awareness
  • M4 - G Awareness - TEST
  • M5 - ENERGY MANAGEMENT
  • M5 - Energy Management
  • M5 - Energy Management - TEST
  • M6 - Flight Path Management
  • M6 - Flight Path Management
  • M6 - Flight Path Management - TEST
  • M7 - RECOGNITION
  • M7 - Recognition
  • M7 - Recognition - TEST
  • M8 - System Malfunction
  • M8 - System Malfunction
  • M8 - System Malfunction - TEST
  • M9 - MANUAL HANDLING SKILLS
  • M9 - Manual Handling Skills
  • M9 - Manual Handling Skills - TEST
  • M10 - TYPE SPECIFIC (LIGHT AIRCRAFT)
  • Cessna 152 - Transition Course (v1.1) - Module 1
  • Cessna 152 - Transition Course (v1.1) - Module 2
  • Aircraft Operation Manual - C152 - Rev.4.0
  • Go Around Maneuver
  • Slow Flight Maneuvering
  • Avoiding Power On Stalls
  • Avoiding Traffic Pattern Stalls
  • Basic Aerodynamics - Stall and Spin Theory
  • M10 - Type Specific (Light Aircraft) - TEST
  • Advanced UPRT - Practical Training Syllabus
  • END OF COURSE
  • Course Evaluation
  • Course Completion
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed
  • Leads to a certification with a duration: Forever