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airport watch general aviation security

General Aviation Security

This free, interactive course provides practical suggestions to help secure your aircraft from crime and possible terrorist exploitation, and to protect general aviation’s reputation by employing industry best practices. Spend approximately 30 minutes learning what you can do to improve the security of your aircraft and your airport.

**Attention flight instructors, ground instructors, and flight school employees: you must retake and pass the quiz at the end of this course to update the date on your completion certificate (for recurring TSA Security Awareness Training purposes). ASI's eFIRC also qualifies for this awareness training. Learn more by visiting our page**

Approx. 30 min.

garmin 430/530 course

VFR GPS Guide: Garmin 430/530

This self-paced presentation is the first in a series on various panel-mount GPS units. Unlike traditional training courses, it focuses on the few functions regularly used by a typical pilot in VFR flight. It includes a free PDF quick-reference card to carry with you in the cockpit—perfect for the VFR renter pilot.

Approx. 1 hour

Say It Right

Say It Right: Mastering Radio Communication

Radio communication is one of a pilot's core skills—and a cornerstone of safe flying. This course covers both VFR and IFR radio operations and will help you communicate properly, efficiently, and effectively from the cockpit.

*Please note: As of September 24, 2015, the FAA has discontinued the Flight Watch frequency 122.0. The Air Safety Institute is working to update all references to Flight Watch in ASI online safety programs.

Approx. 30 minutes

ASN Orientation

60 Minutes to Preserve Your Airport

This self-paced course provides an introduction to what you need to know to become an airport advocate and ultimately an ASN volunteer. The course takes approximately 60 minutes to complete, but it doesn’t have to be done in one sitting since your progress is saved. Once you complete the course, follow the links on the certificate completion page to learn the process to become a volunteer.

Approx. 30 minutes

Aging Aircraft

Aging Aircraft

This course will help you recognize the symptoms of aircraft aging, understand its impact, and mitigate the risks.

Approx. 30 minutes

Flight Risk Evaluator

ASI Flight Risk Evaluator

As pilots, we make informal judgments about risk all the time—but there are safety benefits to taking a more formal approach. This innovative tool lets you input the details of a flight, then get an objective assessment of the risks.

Approx. 30 minutes

Do the Right Thing

Do The Right Thing: Decision Making for Pilots

In flying, making the right choices isn't always easy. This course offers some simple but effective ways to improve your aeronautical decision making skills-no psychology degree required!

Approx. 30 minutes


eAPIS Customs Training

Effective May 18, 2009, all pilots who fly internationally into or out of the U.S. must submit passenger and crew manifests electronically at least 60 minutes before departure. This course will guide pilots through the process of using the new electronic Advance Passenger Information System (eAPIS).

Approx. 30 minutes

Engine and Propeller

Engine and Propeller

Many repairs can only be made by an airframe and powerplant mechanic, but an understanding of engine and propeller operations can help minimize dangerous wear and costly repairs.

Approx. 30 minutes

Essential Aerodynamics

Essential Aerodynamics: Stalls, Spins, and Safety

Getting a handle on aerodynamics doesn’t have to involve dry textbooks and dense equations. In this course, you’ll learn need-to-know concepts that will help you avoid unintentional stalls and spins.

Approx. 30 minutes