Aeromedical Examiners (AMEs) are doctors with specialist aviation medicine training. They are certificated by the CAA to carry out aircrew and air traffic controller medical examinations and to give aviation medicine advice, as necessary.
There are two certification types, based on the training and experience level of the AME. These determine which class of certificate (professional, private and/or ATCO) they can assess.
‘1’ rated AMEs – can undertake Class 1, 2, 3 and LAPL revalidation / renewal and initial Class 2 and LAPL medical assessments;
‘2’ rated AMEs – can undertake Class 2 and LAPL initial/revalidation/renewal medical certificates.
The Aviation Medical Examiner Courses (AME) aim at providing qualified physicians with the necessary knowledge and skills to conduct medical examinations for private and professional pilots, cabin crew members and air traffic controllers. The major outcome of the course is that participants will better appreciate the aviation environment and its impact on various clinical conditions.
A comprehensive span of topics will be covered to enable Aviation Medical Examiners to undertake the responsibilities on behalf of their respective State’s Authorities in respect with applicable medical standards in the interest of safety.
The Aviation Medicine Courses provide the latest medical and technical information and clinical techniques in the various medical fields and specialties to assist and improve the proficiency of AME’s in their regular practice.
The major outcomes of the courses are that participants will better:
FLY LEVEL Training Organisation is authorized by the Romanian Civil Aeronautical Authority to perform Basic and Advanced Training Courses in Aviation Medicine, in accordance with Regulation (EU) No 1178/2011 (MED.D.020, AMC1 MED.D.020, AMC2 MED.D.020).
The Basic and Advanced courses for AMEs consist of theoretical and practical training, including specific examination techniques.
The learning objectives to acquire the necessary competencies include theoretical knowledge, risk management, and decision-making principles in specific regulated subjects. Demonstrations and practical skills are also included, where appropriate.
Fly Level’s AME courses embrace a competency-based, post-graduate medical training approach to fully comply with the objectives stated in the latest guidelines for training of Medical Examiners.
The EASA Basic Aviation Medicine course is designed to meet the EASA Part MED D.010 & Part MED D.015 training requirements and to prepare medical practitioners for authorisation as Aeromedical Examiners (AMEs) of flight crew license holders requiring Class 2 medical certification. EASA Basic Aviation Medicine course provides fundamental theoretical and practical training in physiology, psychology and clinical medicine in relation to aerospace medicine.
Successful completion of the EASA Basic Aviation Medicine course is required prior to being able to sit the EASA Advanced Aviation Medicine course.
Physicians who aspire to be appointed as Aviation Medical Examiners. It will also benefit medical officers of civil aviation authorities and airlines. General practitioners, doctors in hospital practice and related health professionals with an interest in aviation will also find this course useful as an introduction to applied Aviation Medicine.
The EASA Advanced Aviation Medicine course is designed to meet the EASA Part MED D.010 & Part MED D.015 training requirements and to prepare medical practitioners for authorisation as Aeromedical Examiners (AMEs) of flight crew license holders aiming to obtain Class 1 medical certification. The Advanced course builds on the foundations of the EASA Basic Aviation Medicine course with successful completion of both required to obtain Class 1 medical certification privileges.
The course will provide sound theoretical and practical training in physiology, psychology and clinical medicine in relation to aerospace medicine.
Successful completion of the EASA Basic Aviation Medicine course or equivalent.
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