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Management of In-Flight Illness & Injury

TRAINING YOUR CREW GIVES THEM THE CONFIDENCE TO HELP IN AN EMERGENCY.

Every year 29,000 medical events occur in flight- 2.1% result in diversion. Knowing the most common reasons passengers become ill and the requirements for diversions will save you valuable seconds in an emergency.

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MedAire's Management of In-Flight Illness and Injury course teaches the critical skills needed to successfully respond to medical emergencies. Training combines first responder techniques, our best-in-class assistance platform MedLink® and our aviation medical kit to keep passengers and crew safe.


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BGA Training Details

  • Training Style

  • Standard First Aid Training

  • 30 Years of Applied Aviation Experience

  • Aviation Specific

  • Integrated Approach

  • Regulatory Requirements


SCHEDULING YOUR TRAINING

  • Flexible options fit your crew's busy schedule including e-learning, group classes taught regularly at global FBOs or private sessions at your facility.
  • Initial Training — 1 or 2 Day option
  • Recurrent Training — 1/2 or 1 Day option
  • E-learning modules shorten class times
  • MedAire Training can be combined with Flight Safety International’s Corporate Cabin Attendant and Emergency Procedures Training

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TESTIMONIALS

"MedAire gives me peace of mind knowing my flight crews are trained and equipped to properly handle any medical emergencies we encounter."
Jeffrey Michaels
Director of Aviation, NCR Corp

"Your training is incredibly valuable because you are the eyes, ears and hands of the MedLink doctors and we are relying on you and your training in an emergency situation."
David Streitwieser FACEP, MD
Medical Director, MedAire