Part 1: Regulatory Medicine (e-learning)
Participants will be able to appreciate the principles and intent of the medical provisions within Annex 1 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation, the objectives of conducting licensing medical examinations, and the application of standards when determining the medical fitness of licence applicants.
Part 2: Foundational Aviation Medicine (e-learning)
Participants will be able to appreciate the physiological effects of altitude changes and flight environment on aircrew so that the aeromedical considerations will be taken into account when conducting medical examination and fitness evaluation of pilots.
Part 3: Conducting Medical Examination (classroom)
Participants will be able to apply the correct techniques and strategies to communicate and build trust to facilitate voluntary declaration of medical issues by applicants; perform systematic and targeted clinical examination competently; and, determine adequacies of mental health, visual, hearing, balance and speech functions which are essential to the applicants’ duties.
Part 4: Risk-based Aeromedical Evaluation (classroom)
Participants will be able to justify the approach and conclusion in the medical evaluation of an applicant’s aeromedical fitness for certification, given a set of ophthalmological, cardiovascular, pulmonary, neurological, metabolic / endocrine, hematological and urological conditions.
Part 5: Operational Aviation Medicine (classroom)
Participants will be able to conduct functional assessments for pilots and air traffic controllers, in the cockpit or air traffic control centre environment respectively, to evaluate their fitness to safely exercise the privileges of their licence and analyse the impact of the environment on their health.