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Mon, 01 July

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UPRT Conference In-person and Online Tickets Out Now

Upset Prevention and Recovery Training (UPRT) is critical for anyone interested in flight safety. If you can’t make it to Caboolture for the conference, online tickets are available for you to watch from the comfort of your couch.

UPRT Conference In-person and Online Tickets Out Now
UPRT Conference In-person and Online Tickets Out Now

Time & Location

01 July 2024, 7:00 am – 02 July 2024, 10:00 pm

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About the event

28 June 2024: Public Workshop This year, Rich Stowell will host our UPRT Workshop. Open to all pilots who fly anything with wings this event is something not to be missed. Come and learn from “The Master” to improve your knowledge and skills so you can be a safer, more confident, and competent pilot. Key topics will include, The Nine Principles of Light Airplane Flying,Stall/Spin Awareness, and a sneak peek into Rich’s popular lessons about “Learn to Turn”.  This workshop is suitable for Pilots of all levels from student through to ATPL. 29 – 30 June 2024: Fly with Rich Stowell Book a two-hour personal coaching session with Rich, including up to 1 hour in our 8KCAB or Fuji200 aircraft. Limited spaces are available, so we encourage you to secure your private session early. 1 – 2 July 2024: Open Aviation Industry Forum, Creating Better Pilots The objectives of the Open Aviation Industry Forum are clear. To cultivate a generation of pilots who not only meet but exceed the demands and expectations of our dynamic industry. To achieve this, we recognise the vital role that your insights, experiences, and expertise could play in shaping the future of aviation training in our country. We are specifically seeking participation from operators across various segments, including airlines, first job providers and Part 135 companies, and flight training organisations. Your unique perspectives and knowledge are invaluable assets as we endeavour to identify and overcome the obstacles that hinder the development of top-tier aviators. At the heart of our initiative is the recognition that while pilot training predominantly occurs at the 141/142 level, comprehensive improvement requires input from all levels of the industry. We are committed to fostering an environment where feedback flows freely, from the bottom up and the top down, ensuring that our efforts are truly reflective of the diverse needs and challenges faced by all stakeholders. Moreover, we are acutely aware of the importance of aligning pilot training with the evolving demands of the job market. It is not enough to produce pilots who simply tick off syllabus requirements; rather, we must equip them with the skills and competencies needed to excel in their careers from day one including UPRT skill sets. Your participation will be instrumental in guiding flight schools towards this goal, mitigating the risk of producing pilots ill-prepared for the realities of our industry. In the spirit of collaboration and progress, we invite you to join us in this important forum. Your participation in discussions, sharing of insights, and contributions to the development of actionable strategies will be pivotal in shaping the future of pilot training in Australia. The open forum on the 1st and 2nd of July in Brisbane will facilitate these discussions with guest speakers UPRT specialists Rich Stowell (USA), Mark Greenfield (UK), as well

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