Crew Training

All crew must make sure that their training is up-to-date and matches their roles and responsibilities. Crew training enhances both technical and non-technical skills and raises awareness of displaying an appropriate safety mindset and behaviour.

Below you find a description of the different areas in which we offer crew training.

All courses are EASA and FAA compliant.



Crew resource management aviation
aviation CRM crew resource management

Crew Resource Management

Where humans work, errors inevitably occur. But in aviation, those errors can turn fatal.

The purpose of CRM training is to achieve safe and efficient operations by developing a mindset for understanding and handling human errors. CRM training cannot eliminate human errors, but you can learn how to handle situations more efficiently in the operational environment.

Our interactive CRM training emphasises and facilitates the enhancement, coherence, and assessment of non-technical Knowledge, Skills & Attitudes of flight and cabin crew.

We offer initial and recurrent CRM Training for flight crew, cabin crew, and helicopter operators - separate or combined. Our CRM training also includes operator conversion courses, commander courses, and SCCM courses.

aircraft safety and emergency procedures

SEP - Safety and Emergency Procedures

It is crucial to flight safety that all crew have a strong knowledge of Standard Operating Procedures as well as emergency procedures. Especially cabin crew may have a need for additional training to accommodate the safety onboard.

Our Safety and Emergency Procedure training enhances knowledge of procedures and assesses the performance of the crew. The assessment revolves around their knowledge, skills, and attitudes in terms of SOP’s, location of emergency equipment, and emergency procedures.

We currently facilitate training for the following aircraft: ATR 72-500, A319, and A320.

aviation dangerous goods competency-based IATA

Dangerous Goods (IATA Competency-based Training)

Safe transport of Dangerous Goods is important for the whole aviation community.

Our Dangerous Goods training incorporates Competency-Based Training and Assessment (CBTA) to train various job functions within the aviation environment to identify potential hazards and handle dangerous goods. This approach to training ensures that personnel are competent in functions relating to the safe transport of dangerous goods by air.

The training has been approved by the Danish Civil Aviation and Railway Authorities and complies with current regulations.

aviation safety management system risk management

SMS - Safety Management System

Lack of past problems does not guarantee a safe future! But implementing a Safety Management System into your organisational culture certainly helps. SMS is about identifying bad procedures, hazards, risks, and insufficient barriers. Being aware of the potential dangers in your organisation allows you to make informed decisions to either accept them or do something actively to address the situation. 

Our introductory SMS training for managers in Part-145 and Part-21 organisations provides the fundamental knowledge to design and implement a safety management system tailored to your needs. Applying a new safety mindset contributes to a strong safety culture in all layers of your organisation.

In 2022, EASA established a mandatory requirement for Part-145 maintenance organisations to have SMS implemented into their quality system. Similar requirements will apply for Part-21G Production and Part-21J Design. The deadline for compliance expires on December 2, 2024.

Have you already implemented a functioning SMS?

We provide tailored initial and continuation SMS training for your staff taking your specific procedures into consideration.

pilot cabin crew fatigue risk management

FRM - Fatigue Risk Management

Fatigue is a human condition – and aviation is not exempt from fatigued employees.

We live in a world where we are ‘online’ 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. That is bound to cause fatigue. The problem in terms of aviation lies in the fact that fatigued pilots and cabin crew have a greater risk of making fatal human errors.

Our FRM training deals with fatigue from an aviation perspective. What are the signs of fatigue? Why does it occur? What can you do to prevent it – and how can you limit the potential for fatigue-induced human errors?

flight crew training courses aviation

Miscellaneous flight crew courses

We offer various training courses aimed at flight crew such as:

  • PBN – Performance Based Navigation
  • MNPS – Minimum Navigation Performance Specification
  • RVSM – Reduced Vertical Separation Minimum
  • Fuel Efficiency and Flight Planning, incl. Cost Index
  • FMS - Flight Management System

We can always tailor a course to fit the needs of your organisation.

Please reach out to us to explore your opportunities.

Looking for a specific course?

Want to sign up for a course?

By clicking 'Accept All' you consent that we may collect information about you for various purposes, including: Functionality, Statistics and Marketing