Pilot Incapacitation

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Pilot incapacitation training requirements should include Theoretical Training every 12 months and can form part of the recurrent training, and Practical training should be carried out every 3 years in an approved FSTD. This course include types of incapacitation and how to deal with them, recognition, The Two Communication Rule, and how to assist other crew members.

Course Modules:

Duration: 0h:15m

Flight Crew: Initial/Conversion/Recurrent

Compliance: EASA-AIR OPS - Part ORO-Subpart Flight Crew

  1. Module (1): Pilot Incapacitation Theoretical Training

Please see below for "Topics Covered".

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Training Modules

0h:15m web-based training of 1 modules, must be taken in sequence to satisfy compliance.

Practice Exercise

Practical verbal exercise to recap eLearning, real person voice guidance with multiple-choice questions.

Competency Test

Final assessment, 10 multiple choice questions randomly presented out of a pool of questions with a passing grade of 70%.


Competency certificate is awarded upon achieving the passing grade.

Topics Covered:

  • Introduction and Requirements.
  • Types of incapacitation and how to deal with them?
  • How to recognise an incapacitated crew member?
  • The “Two Communication Rule” in assessing incapacitation.
  • Evaluating risks and applying your judgment.
  • How to assist other crew members?
  • Should you inform your operations department?
  • What happens after the flight, is a report necessary?
  • The chain of command.

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