Say goodbye to mic abuse that clogs the frequency and statements that disrupt clear communication such as, “Anyone in the pattern?” or, “November Two Three Four Five taking the active.” Effective radio communication reduces pilot workload and stress, and enhances safety. So it’s an important skill to acquire—and one to hone. This course will guide you through the principles of proper radio etiquette to improve clarity in radio transmissions.
What you will learn:
|Length: 40 mins|
|Topic: Training and Proficiency|
|FAA WINGS: Eligible*|
|Accident Forgiveness: Eligible|
*WINGS credits are submitted to the FAA every one to two business days and will appear on your FAA transcript shortly after. Remember the email address used for your AOPA web account—the one that you will use to earn your ASI completion certificate for credit—MUST MATCH YOUR FAA WINGS ACCOUNT email address, or you will not receive WINGS credit. Thank you.