Practical Risk Management For Pilots
Fly Safer and Save money
If you are like most pilots, flying an airplane is about as good as it gets ... fun, exhilarating, challenging and even empowering ... but as you know, there are risks in flying.
You can never completely eliminate the risks, but in a little over 1 hour, King Schools innovative, Computer-based Interactive Video™ Practical Risk Management training course will teach you the procedures and techniques that you need to manage aviation risks effectively. You'll be able to assess and manage risks confidently ... leading to safer flying and more fun in the cockpit.
The First Course in The Series
The Practical Risk Management Series of courses has changed the way thousands of pilots manage their flight risks, and according to our partner, Avemco Insurance it has made a significant reduction in aviation accidents. We recommend that every pilot start with the benchmark course, Practical Risk Management For Pilots.
Practical Risk Management For Takeoffs & Landings, Practical Risk Management For Weather, Practical Risk Management For Reluctant Passengers and Their Pilots, and Practical Risk Management For Single-Pilot IFR qualify for the same great 5% Avemco Premium Credit as the original Practical Risk Management For Pilots. Please contact Avemco for all the program details.
The Story Behind the Avemco Safety Rewards Program & the Practical Risk Management For Pilots course
In October 2002, Jim Lauerman, the Executive Vice President and Chief Underwriting Officer of Avemco Insurance Company, wrote to John King enthusiastically endorsing an article in Flying magazine about risk management that featured an interview with John.
That letter, and the discussions that followed, led to the development of the first Practical Risk Management For Pilots course that is changing the way general aviation thinks about, and teaches, risk management. The course is a runaway best seller and has received widespread acclaim from the general aviation press, and from such significant institutions as the FAA and the Medallion Foundation. It was cited as a significant contribution when John King was recently awarded the Excellence in Pilot Training Award by the National Air Transportation Association (NATA). Most important, KING customers have written, over and over again, that the course has made them better pilots, their flying less stressful and more fun, and, in some cases, it saved their lives.
Based on the courses value and importance to pilots, we have expanded the Practical Risk Management series with Practical Risk Management For Weather, Practical Risk Management For Takeoffs and Landings , Practical Risk Management For Reluctant Passengers and Their Pilots, and Practical Risk Management For Single-Pilot IFR. These courses focus on critical decisions and techniques that come into play on virtually every flight.
"What Pilots Don't Know", Flying magazine, June 2002 ... click here
Is Flying Safe? — John King discusses general aviation's secret, Flying magazine, May 2001 ... click here
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