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Emphasizing Human Factors to Minimize Error in Aviation

Human error contributes to the great majority of aviation accidents. Performance Vector’s valuable, forward-looking safety support portfolio offers insights, strategies and specific practical steps to help you manage your safety risks. Easy enrollment and a largely web-based approach conveniently support your operations wherever they occur around the globe.

Available to All Insured Turbine Operators

USAIG-insured operators of turbine-powered aircraft – regardless of fleet size – qualify for Performance Vector. Our programs that satisfy multiple industry and regulatory requirements for human factors training and safety management systems boost your performance while helping you align with leading safety criteria and industry best practices.

The Exact Support You Need

Choose programs that best supplement your ongoing safety initiatives.  Begin with a complimentary allowance of Performance Vector support that refreshes with each policy renewal.  If you desire more training capacity or services, take advantage of USAIG-member rates we’ve arranged with many of our industry-leading service providers.

Use this document to start exploring your many options in Performance Vector.

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To ease your review, we’ve sorted your options into three categories: Individual-Focused, Team-Focused, and Safety System-Focused program options. 

Individual-Focused Options

Click here for more information on individual training options.

There are four Individual-Focused Performance Vector options:
– Mix and Match eLearning Package
– Cabin Emergency Procedures Training
– Upset Prevention and Recovery Training
– Helicopter Safety Bucks

See additional details about each of these options below.


Create your own eLearning package (up to 5 total course enrollments) from the course catalog below. Click each course title for more details.

21st Century Crew Resource Management

Recurrent training. A self-paced refresher on the principles of self-discipline, personal error pathways, and communications and assertiveness in a team environment. Satisfies (and exceeds) FAA recurrent CRM curriculum requirements.

Fit 4 Duty eLearning Program

Optimize your readiness for aviation duties through modules on fatigue and stress management, nutrition and hydration, exercise, and aging. Get the knowledge needed to operate on a higher mental and physical level on a daily basis.

The Professionalism Series

This four-module series defines “professionalism” for the modern workforce by starting with critical human factors topics, then breaks down the specific elements of professionalism and provides a road map for advancing through the levels of professionalism and becoming a game changer in your organization and industry. Each of the four modules is about one hour in length.

Understanding Culture: A Practical Approach

This series provides the guidance workers need to understand the powerful force that is an always-changing culture, and how to direct the flow of culture toward improvement and away from the elements that make for a negative workplace. Drawing on case studies, the course applies particular attention to the vital role of first line supervisors and informal leaders.

Safety 1st Professional Line Service Training Package

Initial/Recurrent Training. Comprehensive online service training including introduction to ground handling, safety, fuel servicing, towing, fuel farm management, customer service, fire safety and GA security and four relevant OSHA sub-modules. Click here for more information on the NATA Safety 1st Professional Line Service Training Package.

Safety 1st Aircraft Operator Self-Fueling Package

Provides the basics in ramp safety and aircraft fueling operations for charter and part 91 flight department personnel that perform self-fueling operations. Package also includes two relevant OSHA sub-modules. Click here for more information on the NATA Safety 1st Aircraft Operator Self-Fueling Package.

Safety 1st Customer Service Package

The customer service, safety & security online training provides sound foundation in safety, security and service for employees that fill customer service roles at an FBO or other ground handling operation. Package also includes three relevant OSHA sub-modules. Click here for more information on the NATA Safety 1st Customer Service Package.

Safety 1st Deicing Package

The online deicing training provides an operational and safety overview of general aviation aircraft deicing. Package also includes three relevant OSHA sub-modules. Click here for more information on the NATA Safety 1st Deicing Package.

Professional Pilot General Subjects Package

A collection of e-learning modules designed to sharpen and sustain pilot knowledge in key topic areas such as Aviation Weather, Charts and Publications, HAZMAT carriage rules, RVSM requirements, International and Oceanic procedures and more. Ideal as initial training or for recurrent review by professional pilots.

Safety 1st Aircraft Flight Coordinator Package

The AFCT Online sets a new standard in training for schedulers, dispatchers and all of those within an organization that participate in flight planning and release processes. Package also includes three relevant OSHA sub-modules. Click here for more information on the NATA Safety 1st Aircraft Flight Coordinator Package.

Safety 1st OSHA Package

A compilation of OSHA topics most relevant for aviation operations including: Back Safety, Blood Borne Pathogens, Cold Stress, Ergonomics, Fall Protection, Fire Extinguishers, Fire Prevention and Evacuation, Forklift Safety, Hazard Communications, Hearing Conversation, Heat Stress, Ladder Safety, Lockout/Tagout, Machine Guarding, Office Safety, PPE and Respiratory Protection. Click here for more information on the NATA Safety 1st OSHA Package.

APS Jet Upset Training Mobile App

A powerful tool for the jet pilot that presents the content of the Airplane Upset Recovery Training Aid in an easy to use format for a variety of mobile platforms (iPad, iPhone, MS Surface and Windows 8 Metro). The app integrates real world mishap analyses, covers upset awareness and recognition, and outlines prevention and recovery techniques and strategies. Concepts are reinforced by selectable on-page narration with animations and graphics, including 15 instructional videos. Click here for more information on the APS Jet Upset Training Mobile App.

Pilot/Flight Technician Online Food Safety Course

Designed for operators that fly without flight attendants, yet carry limited food selections on board for service to passengers and crew. The science-based curriculum takes pilots or other food-handling crew members through the necessary food safety principles. The course spans the entire process; from ordering food, to proper storage and serving practices, through safe disposition of leftover food. Click here for more information on the Pilot/Flight Technician Online Food Safety Course.

Flight Attendant Online Food Safety Course

Designed for professionals who plan and manage inflight food service activities of a sophisticated nature that go beyond distribution, to include galley operations involving onboard food preparation, presentation, and food storage exceeding 8 hours. This course covers all aspect of aviation food safety and is more comprehensive than the Pilot/Flight Technician Course also offered through Performance Vector. Click here for more information on the Flight Attendant Online Food Safety Course.

FlightSafety eLearning Automatic Dependent Surveillance – Broadcast (ADS-B)

This course develops pilots’ knowledge of normal and abnormal operating procedures for the ADS-B system. Flight planning considerations, MEL requirements, and important human factors issues are reviewed. A certificate of training is earned by completing the course and can be submitted to the FAA as part of operator’s ADS-B authorization request. Click here for more information on Automatic Dependent Surveillance – Broadcast.

FlightSafety eLearning ALAR/CFIT

FlightSafety’s Approach and Landing Accident Reduction and Controlled Flight Into Terrain (ALAR/CFIT) course hones pilots’ defenses against landing and CFIT accidents. When approved by a POI, this course satisfies requirements and recommendations for CFIT training worldwide. After successfully completing the course and passing the examination, a Certificate of Completion is issued. Click here for more information on Approach and Landing Accident Reduction and Controlled Flight Into Terrain course.

FlightSafety eLearning Cold Weather Operations

This course covers the concepts, procedures, and guidelines that govern safe cold-weather operations. It applies case studies of accidents attributed to inadequate pre-takeoff inspections, de-icing and anti-icing procedures, and insufficient awareness of icing hazards. It satisfies United States, Canadian and European regulations and is geared towards pilots, maintenance technicians, flight attendants and line personnel. Click here for more information on Cold Weather Operations course.

FlightSafety eLearning HAZMAT/Dangerous Goods (Will-Not-Carry)

Familiarizes learners with the fundamentals of recognizing Hazardous Materials (HAZMAT) and regulations for ‘will-not-carry’ operators. Identifies classes of HAZMAT, outlines practices that defend against inadvertently carrying undeclared HAZMAT, and describes procedures to follow in the event of a HAZMAT incident. Complies with ICAO and IATA training requirements. Click here for more information on Hazardous Materials/Dangerous Goods course.

FlightSafety eLearning ICAO Enroute & Terminal Performance-based Nav

This course familiarizes learners with ICAO Enroute and Terminal PBN Procedures, European Basic RNAV (B-RNAV) Enroute, and Precision RNAV (P-RNAV) Terminal operations. The course complies with the training topics listed in the Enroute and Terminal portions of ICAO 9613, FAA Advisory Circular AC 90-100A and AC 90-96A, EASA AMC 20-4, and JAA Temporary Guidance Leaflet No. 10 (and revisions). FAA- and EASA-approach variants are also available.Click here for more information on ICAO Enroute and Terminal Performance-based Naviation course.

FlightSafety eLearning North Atlantic High Level Airspace (NAT HLA)

This FAA-approved course provides familiarization and review of Minimum Navigation Performance Specifications (MNPS) and the North Atlantic High Level Airspace (NAT HLA). Topics include horizontal navigation, aircraft requirements, performance/accuracy for normal and contingency operations, crew procedures, and appropriate use of Strategic Lateral Offset Procedures (SLOP). Click here for more information on Minimum Navigation Performance Specifications and North Atlantic High Level Airspace course.

FlightSafety eLearning Runway Analysis

This course examines the interaction between aircraft performance and runway/obstacle data. It illustrates how the limiting weight for takeoff and landing can be determined using the aircraft’s Flight Manual performance section, the characteristics of the runway in use, and an obstacle database. Terms and specifications for runway nomenclature, landing distance, and obstacle clearance criteria are explained. Click here for more information on Runway Analysis course.

FlightSafety eLearning Reduced Vertical Separation Minimum

This FAA-approved course informs pilots of the equipment requirements and operating procedures for flying within the Reduced Vertical Separation Minimum (RVSM) airspace. Additionally, the course covers regional differences, contingency procedures if unable to maintain a cleared RVSM flight level, crew resource management and pre/post-flight procedures relevant to RVSM operations. Click here for more information on Reduced Vertical Separation Minimum course.

FlightSafety eLearning Safety Management Systems for Aviation Professionals

FlightSafety International and the International Business Aviation Council (IBAC) co-developed this course to introduce flight department professionals at all levels to fundamental SMS concepts. The course takes a scenario-based approach, using relatable, even humorous, real-life situations to convey concepts and foster a proactive, positive safety culture. Click here for more information on Safety Management Systems for Aviation Professionals course.

FlightSafety eLearning Safety Management Systems for Managers

Put yourself in the seat of a safety manager learning how to develop and implement an SMS from the ground up with this scenario-based course. Explore the four key components of an SMS and how to employ industry best practices to identify and control safety-risks. Learn proven risk management processes along with methods to evaluate safety risk controls and manage organizational change. Click here for more information on Safety Management Systems for Managers course.

FlightSafety eLearning Terrain Awareness and Warning Systems (TAWS)

Controlled flight into terrain remains a leading cause of aviation accidents worldwide. This course outlines how the Terrain Awareness and Warning System (TAWS) is designed to reduce the risk of such mishaps. Whether seeing TAWS for the first time or refreshing knowledge of TAWS capabilities, this course will provide the knowledge needed to take full advantage of this lifesaving system. Click here for more information on Terrain Awareness and Warning Systems course.

FlightSafety eLearning TCAS/ACAS

This course comprehensively describes Traffic Alert and Collision Avoidance Systems and Airborne Collision Avoidance Systems. The curriculum covers TCAS/ACAS of various types: why they are needed, functional principles, features, necessary system components, and crew procedures for responding to TCAS/ACAS advisories. Software versions 6.04, 7.0 7.1 are covered. Click here for more information on TCAS/ACAS course.

FlightSafety eLearning TSA Security

This course meets training requirements on TSA-specific security procedures for pilots who operate aircraft weighing 12,500 pounds or more per Section 132A of the Aviation and Transportation Security Act (ATSA). The curriculum covers specific security measures, commonly referred to as the Twelve-Five Standard Security Program (TFSSP), for scheduled and charter operations traveling within, to and from, or outside the US. Click here for more information on TSA Security course.

FlightSafety eLearning VNAV Procedures Using MDA as a DA

This FAA-approved course provides the knowledge necessary to safely execute the technique of treating the Minimum Descent Altitude (MDA) of certain Non-precision Approach Procedures (NPAs) as a Decision Altitude (DA), in accordance with Flight Standards Information Management System, FAA Order 8900.1, Volume 3, Chapter 18, Section 5, Paragraph 3-871, sub-paragraph “OPSPEC/MSPEC/LOA C073. Click here for more information on VNAV Procedures Using MDA as a DA course.

FlightSafety eLearning Warm Weather Operations

In this course, pilots learn the characteristics of warm weather that can cause aircraft incidents, identify ways to avoid hazardous warm weather phenomena, and review various products, charts and satellite imagery that aid in evaluating warm weather hazards. The course readies pilots to make sound assessments and safe decisions when confronting risks of hail, lightning, turbulence, wind shear, strong surface crosswinds, and heavy rain. Click here for more information on Warm Weather Operations course.

FlightSafety eLearning Weather Radar

This course familiarizes pilots with key aspects of weather radar equipment. The function of various weather radar system controls and their use to aid in interpreting weather phenomena is covered, along with courses of action for hazardous weather avoidance. Limitations and anomalies common to weather radar systems are discussed, and other sources of in-flight weather information that complement weather radar are profiled. Click here for more information on Weather Radar course.



Up to two pilots learn the essentials of land and water evacuations, smoke and fire, hypoxia awareness, wet-ditching and search and rescue procedures. This intensive one-day course is held twice weekly at training centers in Dallas, TX, and Morristown, NJ, and proves especially valuable for pilots who regularly carry passengers without a cabin crew member. Curriculum includes:

  • Land and Water Evacuations Using Full Motion Cabin Simulator
  • Crew/Passenger Communication
  • Hypoxia Awareness Training including Physiology and Hypoxia Induction Using HAT Trainer
  • Smoke and Live Fire Training Using Walk-in Fire Trainer
  • Survival Search and Rescue Using Rafts and Life Vests
  • Wet Ditch Using Underwater Egress Dunker

Training meets requirements for FAR Parts 91, 91K, 135, as well as ISBAO. Training records provided after successful completion.



A two-day course for one jet pilot that addresses the fundamentals of UPRT and embeds core skills and knowledge to recognize and solve all stall and airplane upset conditions. Academic and in-flight training concepts and methods are directly applicable to high performance jet airplanes. This customized course can be scheduled at APS’s Phoenix, AZ or Dallas, TX locations. Training includes 8 hours of classroom instruction covering:

  • Stall and airplane upset aerodynamics
  • Upset precursors; recognition, prevention and recovery techniques
  • Instrument upset recognition, prevention and recovery techniques
  • Stall/spin awareness, prevention and recovery techniques

Interspersed at appropriate points in the academics are three flights conducted in an Extra-300L aircraft with an expert APS UPRT instructor pilot covering:

  • Familiarization, foundational Loss of Control In-flight mitigation concepts, and primary control strategies
  • Advanced stalls, traffic pattern stalls, and all attitude maneuvering
  • Diverse airplane upset events, wake turbulence encounters, and alternate control strategies

Click here to view video with more information on the Click here to view video with more information on the APS 2-Day/3-Flight Upset Prevention & Recovery Training Course.


The program that’s been boosting helicopter safety since 1997 is now part of Performance Vector. Helicopter operators who choose this option receive credits they can use to reduce costs for annual simulator or in-aircraft flight proficiency training courses with select providers.

Participating Safety Bucks Training Centers

Airbus Helicopters North America Training Center (Formerly Airbus Helicopters North America)

Contact:  Lindsay Cunningham
Telephone:  972-641-3613

Bell Helicopter Training Academy

Contact:   Neil Barton
Telephone: 817-280-8567

ERA Training Center, LLC

Contact:   Jennifer Calvo
Telephone:  337-656-4110

FlightSafety International – D/FW Learning Center

Contact:   Andrew Steyn
Telephone: 817-554-7100

FlightSafety International – Lafayette Learning Center

Contact:   Andrew Steyn
Telephone: 817-554-7100

FlightSafety International – West Palm Beach Learning Center

Contact:   Andrew Steyn
Telephone: 817-554-7100

Helicopter Institute, Inc.

Contact:   Randy Rowles
Telephone: 817-224-2500

Leonardo Helicopters – Philadelphia USA Training Center

Contact:   Massimo Bichisecchi
Telephone:  215-501-0835

MD Helicopters, Inc.

Contact:   Lisa Lingnau
Telephone:  480-346-6254


Group-Focused Options

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There are three Group-Focused Performance Vector options:
– Aviation Maintenance Never Events Webinar Series
– Fatigue Risk Management Policy Review & Webinar Training
– Mayo Clinic ProPilot Program

Aviation Maintenance Never Events WEBINAR SERIES by Convergent Performance (Four 1-hour Sessions)

This proactive course, utilized by major airlines, MROs, and flight operations, provides specific knowledge and tools to mitigate errors in your operation, before they cause minor or major losses. It’s fully web-based—with a live broadcast, recording, and handout—allowing you to train at your own convenience. Each webinar is approximately 45 minutes, with an extra 15 minutes allotted for Q&A with the instructor. Recordings will be available for 60 days after the live version airs, and handouts are yours to keep. Successful completion of this course and all tests results in 4-hours of IA Renewal credit.

Click here for more information on the Aviation Maintenance Never Events Webinar Series.
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by Pulsar Informatics
    • Have your fatigue policies reviewed by experts –  Pulsar Informatics will review your fatigue management (e.g. duty/rest) policies and protocols and provide a confidential assessment.  The intent is to ‘take a fix’ and help you visualize where you stand with respect to alignment with industry standards and best practices. The process explores how effectively you’ve set and communicated fatigue management policies, and offers suggestions for improvement.
    • Then, strengthen fatigue knowledge across your organization – Integrate expert, science-based instruction on human fatigue.  Conveniently schedule a live webinar training session by Pulsar Informatics for your personnel to review fatigue risk management terms and principles, highlight fatigue hot spots and causes, and go over fatigue mitigation strategies and techniques—vital information all aviation personnel should know!  Access to a recording of the webinar is provided afterward.

Click here for more information on the Pulsar Fatigue Risk Management Policy Training Package.

Mayo Clinic ProPilot Program

Make the most trusted name in medicine your flight department’s medical director through the Mayo Clinic ProPilot™ program. Help reduce the likelihood of pilots developing medical conditions that jeopardize their medical certificates, rapidly address issues that arise, and expedite medical certification. Seamlessly combine the best medical care with the world’s best flight examiners. Tap into ProPilot to help your pilots stay healthy and enjoy long aviation careers.

Program Benefits Designed for Optimal Pilot Health

  • Experienced, focused care from physicians who understand aviation and how to work with the FAA
  • Expedited medical waivers by contacting the FAA directly on behalf of pilots
  • A unique atmosphere where all necessary medical tests and evaluations are completed at one campus, eliminating the need to run around finding specialists familiar with FAA requirements or expectations
  • Comprehensive and rapid assessment for specific conditions that may arise between FAA medical visits
  • Recommendations for age-tiered screening and tests designed to detect medical conditions before they become an aeromedical certification issue
  • Advocacy for pilot health and safe performance in a confidential environment
  • Special issuance assistance filing and tracking at no additional expense
  • If a pilot develops a problem during the year, coordinated transitional care, including filling prescriptions and working with local providers to follow certain chronic conditions

For policyholders that select the Mayo Clinic ProPilot as their Performance Vector benefit, USAIG covers the annual program fee for that organization’s pilots (up to 10). Each participant pilot receives a unique identifier and member card. The ProPilot program manager interviews the chief pilot or flight department manager to understand the organization’s needs and culture. Together, they determine an appointment schedule for high-quality medical certification examinations and codify program details and options. Each participating pilot signs a statement of understanding outlining program tenets and specific responsibilities of the pilot and flight department.

Click here for more information on the Mayo Clinic ProPilot Program.


Safety Program Support

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Advance and fortify your safety and operational risk management systems with industry-leading support services: Aircare Access Assistance mission safety support services; FLEET INSIGHT™ Fatigue Risk Management by Pulsar Informatics; IS-BAO or IS-BAH audit preparation support; PRISM SMS Services; annual enrollment in the Air Charter Safety Foundation Aviation Safety Action Program; or Training Program Support by Advanced Aircrew Academy.

Aircare Access Assistance

Aircare Access Assistance provides a host of mission safety support services, including on-demand in-flight emergency medical assistance by board-certified emergency physicians anywhere in the world. In addition, this option provides free air crew medical training at any regularly scheduled Aircare FACTS training course; ongoing training with test calls and training scenarios; medical kit management including tracking and notification of expired items; and 24/7/365 crew safety and medical support services such as fit-for-flight consultations, referrals, lost prescriptions and more. Subscribers to this service qualify for a complimentary one-year subscription for one aircraft, and are eligible for substantial discounts on the service in subsequent years.

Click here for more information on Aircare Access Assistance.


Receive a year-long subscription to the Fleet Insight™ web app with up to 5 included user logins to aid in proactively managing fatigue across operational schedules. Fleet Insight can be used to identify fatigue hotspots in schedules and crew pairings, view summary statistics, and design optimal fatigue countermeasures. Access to Fatigue Meter™, an associated iPad-optimized app used by pilots, flight attendants, and maintenance personnel to evaluate the fatigue impact of their flight and duty schedules, is also included for the same 5 users.  Fatigue Meter can be used as a stand-alone tool or integrated with popular SMS and scheduling platforms. Choosing this as your Performance Vector selection provides a first-year subscription at no cost for new subscribers, or a substantial discount on the annual renewal fee for continuing Fleet Insight subscribers.  If needed, operators can purchase additional user logons (beyond the 5 included) from Pulsar Informatics at a discounted rate.

Click here for more information on Pulsar Fleet Insight Fatigue Risk Management Systems.

Preparing for IS-BAO or IS-BAH Audit

Help preparing for your registration audit, whether you are seeking first-time registration or are looking to move to the next stage.

This Performance Vector option has two components:

A) USAIG will purchase a copy of the IS-BAO or IS-BAH standard for you, making your organization a registered holder of the standard. Note: holding an organizational copy of the standard is a requirement to attain IS-BAO or IS-BAH registration.

B) Paid tuition for one attendee at an IS-BAO or IS-BAH workshop as a non-accredited attendee (travel and lodging are not covered). Note: policyholders can opt to receive two paid workshop tuition’s if they already hold an organizational copy of the standard and therefore do not need it purchased again.

Workshop schedules are set and published by IBAC:

IS-BAO Workshop Schedule

IS-BAH Workshop Schedule

PRISM Safety Management System Solutions

Adaptable to business aircraft flight operations of any size, mission and type of aircraft, and fully aligned with the ICAO/FAA “Four Pillars” of Safety Management concepts, PRISM SMS products are designed to help you plan, effectively implement and manage your safety management systems (SMS). Argus International, a global leader in aviation safety management, created PRISM SMS to help operators effectively boost safety performance while meeting the increasing challenges created by emerging regulations and standards.

PRISM SMS offers two subscription levels – PRISM Essential and PRISM Pro. USAIG policyholders that are eligible to participate in Performance Vector may choose the level that best aligns with their planned or existing SMS practices.

    • PRISM Essential – Launch or enhance your hard-copy-based SMS with this comprehensive service that includes support from PRISM’s experts and delivers a monthly stream of self-audit checklists and other materials to guide dynamic SMS and internal evaluation programs. Choose this option and USAIG will cover your full subscription cost.
    • PRISM Pro – Deploy and administer your SMS with this full-featured structure, using customizable, web-enabled tools for flight risk assessment, hazard reporting, SMS administration and more. Choose this option as a new subscriber and pay nothing for the first year. Choose it as a returning Pro user for a substantial subscription cost saving.

Click here for more information on the PRISM Safety Management System Solutions.

Air Charter Safety Foundation Aviation Safety Action Program (ASAP) organizational enrollment or annual renewal

The ACSF ASAP provides a robust process to collect, analyze, and propose corrective action for employee-reported safety hazards, incidents or concerns. De-identified data from ASAP reports is also archived into a growing database of safety information to support learning and continuous improvement across the industry. Participating organizations execute a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with ACSF and the FAA, and their employees gain a straightforward online process to enter safety reports. An event review committee with members from ACSF, FAA and ASAP-participating organizations reviews every report, identifies and communicates corrective actions as appropriate, and approves qualifying reports for archiving. This frees participating organizations from those functions and ensures a standardized, unbiased, and timely process. To foster an open and non-punitive context, the FAA applies favorable consideration for reports where violation of the FARs may be implied, but no malicious intent is indicated.  In keeping with the ASAP MOU and the FAA’s new compliance philosophy, no FAA administrative or enforcement action is used for reports accepted into ASAP.

The requirements to become an ASAP participating organization are:

  1. Be an ACSF member (annual organizational membership dues apply)
  2. Pay an annual ASAP Administrative fee
  3. Execute an ASAP Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with ACSF and FAA

Fees for ACSF membership and ASAP participation are predicated on the operators’ fleet and workforce size, respectively. For policyholders with 25 or fewer employees and/or fleets up to 6 total aircraft, selection of this Performance Vector option results in USAIG covering both the annual ACSF membership dues and the annual ASAP administrative fee. Policyholder organizations larger than that can still utilize this offer, but must self-address their ACSF membership and USAIG will cover the annual ASAP administrative fee.

Click here for more information on the Air Charter Safety Foundation Aviation Safety Action Program.

Advanced Aircrew Academy Training Program Support Package

This option focuses on optimizing and standardizing organizational aviation training plans. Advanced Aircrew Academy will do an in-depth review of current training practices, integrating operational specifics, applicable regulatory and certification requirements, safety data the operator has collected, and industry best practices. A report from this process illuminates ways to strategically refine and improve the overall training plan. Four eLearning modules can then be selected for delivery to up to five trainees from Advanced Aircrew Academy’s comprehensive catalog of over 60 General Operating Subject training modules. Modules that satisfy a variety of Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), International Standard for Business Aircraft Operations (IS-BAO), and Business Aviation Safety Consortium (BASC) training requirements are available (click here to see the complete catalog).

Selecting this Performance Vector option provides the training program review, a confidential report of findings back to the operator, and selection of four eLearning modules for delivery for up to 5 trainees. The training modules can be delivered all at once or set up as quarterly focus areas to support a cyclical cadence of training activities. Additional user logons (beyond the 5 included) and/or additional training topics can be purchased from Advanced Aircrew Academy at a USAIG-member discounted rate. Eligible policyholders that have already undergone a training program review and are utilizing ongoing annual training services with Advanced Aircrew Academy can still use this offer. In that case, USAIG will contribute up to $2500 toward the policyholder’s annual training costs with Advanced Aircrew Academy.

Click here for more information on the Advanced Aircrew Academy program.


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