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TAG Global Training launches 'Upset Prevention and Recovery Training' course

Posted 6 July 2016 · Add Comment

TAG Global Training has announced the launch of its 'Upset Prevention and Recovery Training' (UPRT) theory course, adding to its offered e-Learning courses.

The training increases pilot skills of recognising and avoiding loss of control in-flight (LOC-I) situations, and helps pilots establish upset and recovery training methodologies.
 
“Building upon TGT’s existing and extensive portfolio of quality training solutions our comprehensive UPRT course content will provide the fundamental theoretical knowledge to assist with the practical training delivered by a pre-FSTD briefing and ATO Ground School. Part 1 of the course is now available to book, with Parts 2 and 3 soon after,” said Debbie Elliott, training manager, TAG Global Training.  
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