Fatigue Management & Awareness Training Course

Learn about the science behind fatigue, how to identify the key indicators, and how to implement effective strategies leading to safer flying operations both in the air and on the ground.

Presented by airline interview specialist and international airline pilot Captain Darren McPherson, this course has been the secret preparation weapon for many successful airline applicants. This course is available to attend in person, or via live online distance learning.

Program Fees

Slide 1 FMAT (1 - 2 Days) Triangle Arrow White Triangle Arrow White Live Online Classes Package Price : $660
Group Prices : Contact Us

Pay as You Go : N/A
Package Price : $660
Group Prices : Contact Us

Pay as You Go : N/A
Face to Face Classes

AVAILABLE PACKAGE

DELIVERY OPTIONS

Program Overview

Fatigue-Management-and-Awareness-Training-Course-Learn-To-Fly-Melbourne-Safe-Flying

Develop Better Fatigue Management Strategies

Fatigue Management is often underestimated as a key factor in risk management strategies for pilots and flying organisations.

Our Fatigue Management & Awareness Training (FMAT) Course has been developed based on recommendations from both CASA locally and ICAO globally.

Through a range of modules, the course provides an in-depth look at the science behind fatigue, how to identify the key indicators, and how to develop better management strategies for yourself and your flying organisation.

Safer & More Efficient Flying

A big part of Fatigue Management is knowing how to identify areas of improvement and being comfortable to discuss how it affects you personally, as well as your colleagues.

Understanding fatigue and having the tools to develop better fatigue management strategies lead to safer and more efficient flying. This course has been designed to benefit all aspects of flight training and operations, and is aimed at pilots at any stage of their career, as well as operators of flying organizations.

Schedule a meeting with us to discuss your aviation career goals and how we can help you to get there.

Fatigue-Management-and-Awareness-Training-Course-Learn-To-Fly-Melbourne-Better-Awareness

Course Syllabus

what-is-fatigue-aviation WHAT IS
FATIGUE?
01
THE SCIENCE
BEHIND FATIGUE
02
FATIGUE AS A
FACTOR IN
AVIATION
INCIDENTS
03
FATIGUE
MANAGEMENT
IN AVIATION
04
HOW DO WE
CURRENTLY
MANAGE
FATIGUE?
05
FUTURE
STRATEGIES FOR
IMPROVED
MANAGEMENT
06
What Is Fatigue? This module will assist in providing a practical insight into the processes for a range of airlines, and specifically the ones that course participants are planning on applying to. Participants will also develop a study pathway to assist in structured and ongoing preparation further down the track.
The-Science-Behind-Fatigue THE SCIENCE
BEHIND FATIGUE
02
FATIGUE AS A
FACTOR IN
AVIATION
INCIDENTS
03
FATIGUE
MANAGEMENT
IN AVIATION
04
HOW DO WE
CURRENTLY
MANAGE
FATIGUE?
05
WHAT IS
FATIGUE?
01
FUTURE
STRATEGIES FOR
IMPROVED
MANAGEMENT
06
The Science Behind Fatigue Fatigue is more than just needing to sleep. We examine the science and physiology behind fatigue, and what our body is doing when fatigue takes over. This leads to detailed discussions from our own personal experiences, and practical exercises to highlight the impacts of fatigue in our day-to-day aviation operations.
Fatigue-As-A-Factor-In-Aviation-Incidents THE SCIENCE
BEHIND FATIGUE
02
FATIGUE AS A
FACTOR IN
AVIATION
INCIDENTS
03
FATIGUE
MANAGEMENT
IN AVIATION
04
HOW DO WE
CURRENTLY
MANAGE
FATIGUE?
05
WHAT IS
FATIGUE?
01
FUTURE
STRATEGIES FOR
IMPROVED
MANAGEMENT
06
Fatigue As A Factor In Aviation Incidents Human Factors are often a huge consideration in aviation incidents, accidents and near misses, and one of the most critical human factors is fatigue. We review and examine a number of notable aviation incidents, with particular emphasis on fatigue and how it contributed to the circumstances of these events.
Group Skills and Exercises Airline Interview Coaching Session Darren McPherson THE SCIENCE
BEHIND FATIGUE
02
FATIGUE AS A
FACTOR IN
AVIATION
INCIDENTS
03
FATIGUE
MANAGEMENT
IN AVIATION
04
HOW DO WE
CURRENTLY
MANAGE
FATIGUE?
05
WHAT IS
FATIGUE?
01
FUTURE
STRATEGIES FOR
IMPROVED
MANAGEMENT
06
Fatigue Management In Aviation Continuing on from earlier discussions relating to the science of fatigue and fatigue’s role in aviation, we will consider the key aspects of your future day-to-day operations. These will be examined, to create strategies that will help to identify areas where we can mitigate the risks and impacts of fatigue.
Flight Instructor Rating Theory Exam THE SCIENCE
BEHIND FATIGUE
02
FATIGUE AS A
FACTOR IN
AVIATION
INCIDENTS
03
FATIGUE
MANAGEMENT
IN AVIATION
04
HOW DO WE
CURRENTLY
MANAGE
FATIGUE?
05
WHAT IS
FATIGUE?
01
FUTURE
STRATEGIES FOR
IMPROVED
MANAGEMENT
06
How Do We Currently Manage Fatigue? In this group discussion module we talk about how fatigue is currently identified and managed by us as individuals and within our organisations. We question whether we are talking enough about fatigue and whether an efficient Fatigue Risk Management Strategy (FRMS) exists, with a view to developing more effective policies.
Advanced Technical Knowledge Airline Interview Coaching Session Learn To Fly Melbourne THE SCIENCE
BEHIND FATIGUE
02
FATIGUE AS A
FACTOR IN
AVIATION
INCIDENTS
03
FATIGUE
MANAGEMENT
IN AVIATION
04
HOW DO WE
CURRENTLY
MANAGE
FATIGUE?
05
WHAT IS
FATIGUE?
01
FUTURE
STRATEGIES FOR
IMPROVED
MANAGEMENT
06
Future Strategies For Improved Management Following on directly from the Module 1, we take a more detailed look at your own organisation and how you can create more effective strategies for managing fatigue. We discuss rostering and schedules, how to create a “Just Culture” environment where fatigue can be discussed openly, and consider the different approaches we can take towards more effective fatigue management based on our improved knowledge

See why there’s no better place to learn to fly.

Our Graduate

Josh Best

An understanding of fatigue management is something that you should continue to develop beyond your CPL theory and flight training, and discussing different ideas and concepts with others produces far more effective results. Created in conjunction with an airline Check and Training Captain, this course explores challenges that have been experienced by others in a Just Culture group environment, to invite open discussion and develop fresh strategies for managing fatigue.” – Josh Best, Grade 2 Flight Instructor

Ready for Take Off ?

Ready for Take Off?