The 2-day Aviation Land and Water program is currently the industry standard for Alaska workers who must fly for their jobs. It is a recognized program
by the FAA and it certifies workers for a 2-year period for both land and over water flights. This course also provides 16 hours of Alaska CME credits
for medical personnel, as well as the American Red Cross basic first aid rating.
This 2-day program is an intense look at methods and techniques for surviving aviation accidents in Alaska and around the U.S.
Students are exposed to land and water crash simulations to duplicate impact conditions. Students actively practice crash positions, learn the importance of reference points, how to escape seatbelts quickly, how to pull others from wreckage and render first-aid. Students also receive “dunker” training in a local pool with our certified instructors. A “two year” American Red Cross basic first aid certification, Alaska CME credit are awarded upon course completion and wallet certification cards are issued on site.