Flight Medicine Systems provides a range of dedicated training courses for doctors acting as aviation medical examiners (AMEs). These courses are held at various times during the year and at various locations around the world. The courses include:
– Basic Course in Aviation Medicine (2 weeks)
– Advanced Course in Aviation Medicine (2 weeks)
– Aviation Medicine Refresher Course (3 days – 1 week in person, or online)
– Aircraft Accident Investigation Course (1 week in person, or online)
In collaboration with King’s College London, we are pleased to announce a new online Introduction to Aerospace Medicine course. This course introduces the medical and physiological aspects of aviation and space flight and comprises online lectures equivalent to one week of face-to-face teaching. Our Managing Director Dr David Newman, who is Visiting Professor of Aerospace Medicine at King’s College London, will be running this course. More details here.
We have a number of online courses for AMEs, which are useful for upskilling with new information or refreshing existing knowledge.
Due to the improving global situation with respect to COVID-19, we anticipate conducting face-to-face AME training courses in 2022 (subject to CASA approval). More information will be posted here for 2022 as the situation changes.