Upset prevention and recovery training (UPRT) has been developed during the last decade to address the category of accidents ascribed to loss of control in-flight (LOC-I).
Rich Stowell, considered a “father” of UPRT, looks at another way to approach LOC-I mitigation with a webinar presented by Aviation Performance Solutions (APS), “Learn to Turn: Laying the Foundation for Proper Upset Prevention and Recovery Training Skills.”
The webinar, scheduled for Wednesday, September 8, starts at 5:30 p.m. eastern time, live via LinkedIn.
The program starts with Stowell’s examination of the underlying principles of aerodynamics and aircraft control that are “often misunderstood in the general aviation community,” according to APS.
APS also offers previous LinkedIn live events that are available on-demand:
The Importance of Expert UPRT Instructors: Leading UPRT specialists discuss the critical role of instructors.
The Role of Simulation in Jet Upset Training: APS and Multi-engine Jet UPRT Expert, Capt. Brad Bennetts, discuss the critical role of advanced simulation in effective UPRT globally.
High Altitude Jet Upset Training: APS and Capt. John Cox discuss the value of High Altitude Jet Upset Training.
Why On-Aircraft Upset Training Is King: APS and Dr. Janeen Kochan discuss human factors and the importance of on-aircraft training.
Control Column vs Control Stick in Upset Training: Which is better?