Aeronautical Proficiency Training

Aeronautical Proficiency Training

Our episodes provide the audio from a wide variety of archived LIVEVideo Aviation Safety Broadcasts. FAA WINGS continuing education credits are available for all programs. Some programs qualify for AMT credits. See podcast details or notes for links to more information.

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April 3, 2021 56 min

This is the audio version of an FAA Safety Briefing LiveVideo Broadcast.

The original LiveVideo broadcast can be accessed at https://www.FAASafetyBriefing.com/March-April2021.html and qualifies for FAA WINGS and/or AMT Credits.?

This issue of FAA Safety Briefing focuses on the many facets of airport surface safety.

Feature articles and departments provide a “road map” to the various tools, resources, and strategies airmen can use to s...

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This is the audio version of an FAA Safety Briefing LiveVideo Broadcast.

The original LiveVideo broadcast can be accessed at https://www.FAASafetyBriefing.com/January-February2021.html and qualifies for FAA WINGS and/or AMT Credits. 

This issue takes a unique look at the “challenge and response” environment that is prevalent within the aviation community. Feature articles and departments provide a variety of tools and resources that ...

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This is the audio version of an FAA Safety Briefing LiveVideo Broadcast.

The original LiveVideo broadcast can be accessed at https://www.FAASafetyBriefing.com/November-December2020.html and qualifies for FAA WINGS and/or AMT Credits. 

The November - December 2020 issue of the FAA Safety Briefing Magazine focuses on mitigating one of the leading causes of general aviation accidents – controlled flight into terrain, or CFIT. 

Feature ar...

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This is the audio version of the GAA 2020 National Awards Video Broadcast. 

The original LiveVideo can be accessed at https://www.gaa-live.com/2020.html and qualifies for FAA WINGS and/or AMT Credits.

During this program you learn about the General Aviation Awards Program, meet the 2019 National Award Honorees, and hear about their Top Safety Tips!

In conjunction with the FAA and Aviation Industry Members, each year the General Aviat...

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This is the audio version of an FAA Safety Briefing LiveVideo Broadcast.

The original LiveVideo broadcast can be accessed at https://www.FAASafetyBriefing.com/May-June2020.html and qualifies for FAA WINGS and/or AMT Credits. 

The May/June 2020 issue of FAA Safety Briefing focuses on the importance of proper communication in aviation and its critical role in furthering safety. 

Feature articles include a refresher on the basics of good...

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This is the audio version of an FAA Safety Briefing LiveVideo Broadcast.

The original LiveVideo broadcast can be accessed at https://www.FAASafetyBriefing.com/July-August2020.html and qualifies for FAA WINGS and/or AMT Credits. 

The July / August 2020 issue focuses on the importance of human factors in aviation. Feature articles and departments address stress, fatigue, decision making, cognitive bias, and more. We also take a closer ...

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This is the audio version of an FAA Safety Briefing LiveVideo Broadcast.

The original LiveVideo broadcast can be accessed at https://www.FAASafetyBriefing.com/September-October2020.html and qualifies for FAA WINGS and/or AMT Credits. 

The SepOct 2020 issue focuses on the integral role of data in the aviation industry. Feature articles and departments explore the many ways data is collected, analyzed, and shared to make better and mo...

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This is the audio version of an FAA Safety Briefing LiveVideo Broadcast.

The original LiveVideo broadcast can be accessed at https://www.FAASafetyBriefing.com/March-April2020.html and qualifies for FAA WINGS and/or AMT Credits.

The MarApr 2020 issue focuses the variety of tools and technology aviators can use to avoid and/or safely mitigate what we’ve dubbed as UMC, or Unfriendly Meteorological Conditions.

Feature articles cover som...

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This is the audio version of an FAA Safety Briefing LiveVideo Broadcast.

The original LiveVideo broadcast can be accessed at https://www.faasafetybreifing.com/July-August2019.html and qualifies for FAA WINGS and/or AMT Credits. 

The July/August 2019 issue of FAA Safety Briefing focuses on the aviation safety culture.  Feature articles explore what a sound safety culture is and offer ways you can integrate those principles into your ...

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This is the audio version of an FAA Safety Briefing LiveVideo Broadcast.

The original LiveVideo broadcast can be accessed at https://www.FAASafetyBriefing.com/January-February2020.html and qualifies for FAA WINGS and/or AMT Credits. 

The January/February 2020 issue of FAA Safety Briefing focuses on how to better “Know Your Aircraft.” Articles cover each  section of an aircraft, highlighting the many design, performance and structura...

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This is the audio version of the FAA Safety Briefing LiveVideo Broadcast.

The original broadcast (that qualifies for FAA WINGS and / or AMT Credits) can be accessed at    https://www.FAASafetyBriefing.com/November-December2019.html

The November/December 2019 issue focuses on the concept of resource management and error mitigation techniques in the aviation environment. Feature articles focus on threat and error management and highlig...

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September 17, 2019 69 min

This is the audio version of a live presentation from the FAA Safety Center in Oshkosh Wisconsin during AirVenture 2018. 

The video presentation can be access here to view and earn FAA WINGS credit too.  https://www.faasteamtv.com/SafetyCenter/Mastery2018

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Most aviation training and evaluation is done to minimum standards. Safety, performance and efficiency are greatly enhanced when you go beyond the bare minim...

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This is the audio version of the FAA Safety Briefing LiveVideo Broadcast.

The original LiveVideo broadcast (that qualifies for FAA WINGS and / or AMT Credits) can be accessed at    https://www.FAASafetyBriefing.com/September-October2019.html

The September - October 2019 issue focuses on emergencies in aviation and how we react to them. Feature articles focus on the kind of events that can cause an emergency in flight and how we might...

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This is the audio version of the American Bonanza Society Video Broadcast "Do Not Fear Your Engine"  presented by Thomas P. Turner. 

The original LiveVideo broadcast can be accessed at https://www.absweb.org/1.html  and qualifies for FAA WINGS Credit.

Engine management and mixture control are common topics of conversation among Beech pilots. Faced with a universe of data and opinions, many pilots are uncertain precisely what...

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This is the audio version of the GAA 2019 National Awards Video Broadcast. 

The original LiveVideo can be accessed at https://www.gaa-live.com/2019.html and qualifies for FAA WINGS and/or AMT Credits.

During this program you learn about the General Aviation Awards Program, meet the 2019 National Award Honorees, and hear about their Top Safety Tips!

In conjunction with the FAA and Aviation Industry Members, each year the General Aviat...

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This is the audio version of a live presentation from the FAA Safety Center in Oshkosh Wisconsin during AirVenture 2018. 

The full video presentation can be access here and earn FAA WINGS credit too: https://www.faasteamtv.com/SafetyCenter/UND2018

A 70 minute presentation filmed before an audience on 25 July 2018 during EAA AirVenture 2018 in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. Includes a brief overview of law enforcement use of small unmanned airc...

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This is the audio version of a live presentation from the FAA Safety Center in Oshkosh Wisconsin during AirVenture 2018. 

The full video presentation can be access here: https://www.faasteamtv.com/SafetyCenter/WTIC2018

The Weather Technology in the Cockpit (WTIC) program is an FAA NextGen weather research program that researches how weather is presented to pilots and what information is insufficient or missing, and potential means t...

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This is the audio version of a live presentation from the FAA Safety Center in Oshkosh Wisconsin during AirVenture 2018. 

The full video presentation can be access here and earn FAA WINGS credit too : https://www.faasteamtv.com/SafetyCenter/DitchingSurvival2018

How do you plan your flight so you won’t have to ditch? And how do you stay alive and get rescued if you do? 

Topics covered will include:
• Planning To Prevent Trouble – Preve...

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 This is the audio version of an FAA Safety Center - Presentation.

The full video broadcast can be accessed at https://www.faasteamtv.com/SafetyCenter/FerryPilot2018 and qualifies for FAA WINGS Credits. 

As an international ferry pilot flying limited range and often VFR airplanes, performance planning and decision making are critical to a safe flight. This seminar will discuss advanced weather, performance planning, and decision mak...

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This is the audio version of the FAA Safety Briefing LiveVideo Broadcast.

The original LiveVideo broadcast can be accessed at https://www.FAASafetyBriefing.com/May-June2019.html and qualifies for FAA WINGS and/or AMT Credits. 

The May/June 2019 issue of FAA Safety Briefing focuses on the future of aircraft certification. Feature articles focus on the advent of performance-based aircraft certification standards for general aviation t...

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