Performance Vector Enrollment Form

Policyholder organization's preferred point of contact for Performance Vector Enrollments:

Broker’s contact information

Underwriter's contact information

Performance Vector Program selection (choose one):

Safety Program Support

Advanced Aircrew Academy Training Program Support Package

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Advanced Aircrew Academy will do an in-depth review of current training practices and provide a confidential report back to the operator illuminating 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 catalog of over 60 training modules. If the policyholder has already undergone a training program review and is utilizing annual training services on an ongoing basis from Advanced Aircrew Academy, selecting this option will result in USAIG contributing up to $2500 toward the policyholder’s annual training costs with Advanced Aircrew Academy.

Aircare Access Assistance mission safety support service

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A one-year subscription for one aircraft to a suite of services that includes 24/7 worldwide, on-demand, in-flight access to tele-medical assistance from board-certified emergency physicians, flight crew medical training at regularly-scheduled Aircare FACTS courses, practice emergency calls, medical kit tracking and notification for expiring items, and crew safety and support services such as fit-for-flight consults, referrals, lost prescriptions and more. New subscribers selecting this option receive the first year of service at no charge. Existing subscribers selecting this option receive a discount on Aircare Access Assistance annual renewal.

FLEET INSIGHT Fatigue Risk Management package

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Receive a year-long subscription with 5 user licenses included for Pulsar Informatics' Fleet Insight web app and its counterpart Fatigue Meter iPad-optimized app. Choosing this as your Performance Vector selection provides a first-year subscription at no charge for new subscribers, or a substantial discount on the annual renewal fee for continuing subscribers.

Black Swan Solutions® by Empathia ERP Service

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An annual subscription to this service establishes (or sustains) a client relationship between the aviation operator and Black Swan Solutions® by Empathia. This enables the operator to rapidly engage an array of crisis support services in the event of an emergency. The operator's internal emergency response protocols are reviewed by the provider to establish interoperability and refine preparedness (first year only). Ongoing access to a proprietary Disaster Information Management System (DIMS®) and Emergency Response Team training resources is included to support sustained readiness. Scalable crisis assistance services (e.g., 24/7 contact center, crisis support counselors, deployment of Family Assistance resources, etc.) are ready on-demand at subscriber-based pricing for the specific components needed.

Preparing for IS-BAO or IS-BAH Audit

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

When you choose this option as your Performance Vector benefit, you select two of the three components listed below:

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 in perpetuity thereafter. Note: holding an organizational copy of the standard is a requirement to attain IS-BAO or IS-BAH registration, but it only needs to be purchased once, after which registered holders can obtain annual updates from the International Business Aviation Council (IBAC).

B) SMS-Lift™ from Convergent Performance. This group-formatted course addresses the vital SMS challenge of maximizing safety participation from all members of a flight organization. All materials are provided in a boxed kit to enable a member of your flight department to administer the course.

C) 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 tuitions as their two components of this offer if that is preferable to options A or B.

PRISM Safety Management System Solutions

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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
Consistently delivers essential materials for administering an SMS in 'just-in-time' fashion, in hard-copy or downloadable formats. Establish or continue a PRISM Essential subscription at no cost by making this your Performance Vector selection.

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A comprehensive, web-enabled SMS solution. Collect, prioritize and manage organizational safety information via web and mobile devices with PRISM's customizable ARMOR online tools. Choosing PRISM Pro as your Performance Vector selection provides a 1st year subscription at no charge for new PRISM subscribers or a substantial discount on the annual renewal fee for continuing subscribers.

ACSF ASAP enrollment/annual renewal

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Annual enrollment in Air Charter Safety Foundation's Aviation Safety Action Program (ASAP) provides a robust process to collect, analyze, follow-through on, and archive employee-reported safety hazards, incidents and concerns. Participating organizations enter an agreement with ACSF and FAA to create a collaborative, unbiased and non-punitive context that fosters positive safety and reporting cultures. ACSF annual membership and ASAP fees are covered by USAIG for organizations with 6 or fewer aircraft and fewer than 25 employees. Larger organizations must already be (or become) an ACSF member to use this offer, and USAIG will fund the annual ASAP fee.

Enrolling flight organization has:
6 or fewer aircraft & 25 or fewer employees

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more than 6 aircraft or more than 25 employees

Recurrent Flight Proficiency Training Support

Safety Bucks. (For helicopter operators only)

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Choose this option and a USAIG representative will contact you to coordinate delivery of $2,500 in credits to your approved annual recurrent training provider to reduce your costs.

Airbus Helicopters North America
Bell Helicopter
EuroSafety International
FlightSafety International - D/FW Learning Center
FlightSafety International - Lafayette Learning Center
FlightSafety International - West Palm Beach Learning Center
Helicopter Institute, Inc.
Leonardo Helicopters - Philadelphia USA Training Center
MD Helicopters

Group-Focused Options

Group Webinar Course

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Webinar-based training provides an experience similar to a college seminar course-facilitated by an expert presenter-while enabling your team to get a common training experience even if they can't all be in the same place at once. Join webinars from anywhere a web connection is available. Links to recordings are provided after live sessions so participants can view or review on their own schedule if a live session can't be joined.


Aviation Maintenance Never Events™ Webinars Series
Enroll your group in this proactive 4-session course that provides specific knowledge and tools to mitigate aviation maintenance-related errors in your operation, before they cause minor or major losses. Successful completion of this course and all tests results in 4-hours of IA Renewal credit.

Fatigue Risk Management Policy Review & Webinar Training

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Have Pulsar Informatics' experts review your fatigue management and personnel rest/duty policies and practices. Then, boost knowledge across your organization with 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.

NATA Training Center Subscription

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Choose either the NATA Safety 1st Training Center (SFCT) Annual Subscription (for aircraft ground handlers) or the NATA Part 135/91 Training Center Annual Subscription (recurrent training topics for professional pilots or aeromedical flight crew members.

NATA Safety 1st Training Center (SFCT) Subscription
The leading comprehensive training resource for general and business aviation aircraft ground handlers: includes over 60 courses ranging from basic ramp safety to towing, fueling, de-icing, human factors and more.

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NATA Part 135/91 Training Center Annual Subscription
An easy-to-use, comprehensive collection of e-learning courses relevant for annual recurrent training by professional pilots, with an additional section themed for aeromedical flight crewmembers.

Mayo Clinic ProPilot™

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Tap into comprehensive, customized and coordinated access to high-quality health care guided by supportive professionals who understand aviation. For policyholders selecting the Mayo Clinic ProPilot™ as their Performance Vector benefit, USAIG covers the annual program fee for that organization's pilots (up to 10). Each participating 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.

Individual-Focused Options

APS-USAIG Basic Upset Prevention & Recovery Course

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A two-day course for one pilot that can be scheduled at APS's Phoenix or Dallas locations. Includes 8 hours of classroom instruction covering stall and airplane upset aerodynamics; precursors; recognition and recovery techniques; spin awareness and recovery techniques; and instrument upset recognition and recovery techniques. Interspersed at appropriate points in the academics are three flights conducted in an Extra-300L aircraft with an APS instructor pilot covering 1) Familiarization, foundational concepts and primary control strategies, 2) Stalls, traffic pattern stalls and all attitude maneuvering, and 3) Diverse airplane upset events, wake turbulence encounters and alternate control strategies.

Aircare FACTS Pilot Emergency Procedures Training

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A one-day course covering land and water evacuations and in-flight smoke and fire countermeasures using aircraft cabin simulators, hypoxia awareness and controlled induction, wet ditching with underwater egress dunker, and survival and rescue techniques with life rafts and life vests. Courses are held twice weekly at training centers in Dallas, TX and Morristown, NJ. Choosing this option covers course attendance for up to two pilots, who have a full year to select and schedule preferred location/dates and attend the training, together or separately.

Tuition for one trainee requested
Tuition for two trainees requested

Individual Training Package (Mix and match enrollments. Maximum of 5 total courses.)

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When you select this option, our safety coordinator will email a form to the policyholder’s listed point of contact upon which the (up to five) specific courses desired are assigned to the intended trainees. The order cannot be placed until that form is returned. A valid email address must be associated with each course assignment so that access credentials can be sent from the course provider.

Available courses are listed below;

Fit4Duty (F4D)
This training uses a deep content, low overhead model that leverages the unique individual aspects of physiological readiness. It's perfect for any individual, team, or organization concerned with fighting fatigue through personal accountability, and was designed to be a holistic solution to the problem of physiological readiness, going deeper than most other programs that just talk about getting more sleep. It also serves as a fantastic training component for those organizations that already utilize a Fatigue Risk Management System (FRMS).

Maintenance Mastery (MxM): Crafting a Culture of Compliance (MxM1)
The Maintenance Mastery (MxM) Crafting a Culture of Compliance Course is a four-module interactive human factors training program that challenges aviation maintenance technicians and managers on compliance as an organizational value and how this value has a large impact on your culture. This course is comprised of four modules that discuss the conditions that lead to noncompliance, how to counteract them and their effects, case studies exploring how this works in an organization, and measures that you can take to make a difference today.
Completing this course meets the FAA's requirements for 4-hours of IA Refresher human factors credit.

Maintenance Mastery (MxM): Optimal performance (MxM2)
The Maintenance Mastery (MxM) Optimal Performance Course is a four-hour accredited interactive human factors training program. It challenges aviation maintenance technicians and managers to reach their personal performance potential through individual error reduction and teamwork. Three course modules are followed by a capstone group discussion and practical exercise application relevant to the local operation. Your local training manager will coordinate the practical exercise using local data (i.e. safety events, quality escapes, etc.). If group discussions cannot be facilitated for any reason, a conversation with co-worker(s), colleague(s), or supervisor(s) within three workdays of completing this course can be substituted
Completing this course meets the FAA's requirements for 4-hours of IA Refresher human factors credit.

Maintenance Mastery (MxM): Twelve Angry Factors (MxM3)
This course is an extension of the Aviation Maintenance Never Events® courseware coupled with The Dirty Dozen concept developed by Gordon Dupont in 1993. The “dirty dozen” developed by Dupont are: Communication, Distraction, Lack of Resources, Stress, Teamwork, Low Awareness, Pressure, Lack of Knowledge, Fatigue, Complacency, Assertiveness/Apathy, and Norms (of deviance). In this course, we discuss how these twelve contributing factors are often root causes of the Never Events described in our popular maintenance human factors program.
Completing this course meets the FAA's requirements for 4-hours of IA Refresher human factors credit.

High Impact First Line Supervisor Training (FLST)
First Line Supervisors are the MOST important leaders in any organization. Unfortunately, they are also the LEAST prepared. The goal of this short training module is to provide you some fundamental skills, information, and tips that increase your impact and help you avoid the pitfalls, bruises, and scars suffered by many of us who have come before you. It is written for both the new Supervisor as well as those who have been around for a while but are ready to ramp up their game.

Pilot/Flight Technician Online Food Safety Course (PFS)
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 crewmembers 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.

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

NATA Aircraft Flight Coordinator Training (FCT)
Sets a new standard in training for schedulers, dispatchers and all of those within an organization that participate in flight planning and release processes.

A compilation of OSHA topics most relevant for aviation operations including: Back Safety, Bloodborne Pathogens, Cold Stress, Ergonomics, Fall Protection, Fire Extinguishers, Fire Prevention & Evacuation, Forklift Safety, Hazard Communications, Hearing Conservation, Heat Stress, Ladder Safety, Lockout / Tagout, Machine Guarding, Office Safety, PPE, and Respiratory Protection.

APS Jet Upset Training Mobile Tablet App (UTA)
A powerful take-with-you tool for the professional pilot that presents the content of the Airplane Upset Recovery Training Aid, Revision 2 in an easy to use format for a variety of mobile platforms (Windows, iPad, etc.) The app enhances basic knowledge by integrating real-world data, accessible through a single icon on each page where relevant recent data is available. Concepts are reinforced with powerful and clear modern graphics, including 15 instructional videos, carefully selected to provide an enjoyable learning experience.

FlightSafety International eLearning Automatic Dependent Surveillance – Broadcast (ADS)
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.

FlightSafety International eLearning ALAR/CFIT (CFT)
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.

FlightSafety International Cold Weather Operations (CWX)
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. Satisfies US, Canadian and European regulations and is geared towards pilots, maintenance technicians, flight attendants and line personnel.

FlightSafety International eLearning Hazardous Materials/Dangerous Goods (Will-Not-Carry) (HAZ)
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.

FlightSafety International eLearning ICAO Enroute and Terminal Performance-based Navigation (PBN)
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).

North Atlantic High Level Airspace (MNP)
This FAA-approved course provides familiarization and review of Minimum Navigation Performance Specifications (MNPS) and the North Atlantic High Level Airspace (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).

FlightSafety International eLearning Runway Analysis (RWY)
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.

FlightSafety International eLearning Reduced Vertical Separation Minimum (RVS)
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.

FlightSafety eLearning Safety Management Systems for Aviation Professionals (SMP)
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.

FlightSafety eLearning Safety Management Systems for Managers (SMM)
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 a proven risk management processes along with methods to evaluate safety risk controls and manage organizational change.

FlightSafety eLearning Terrain Awareness and Warning Systems (TAW)
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.

FlightSafety eLearning TCAS/ACAS (CAS)
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.

FlightSafety eLearning TSA Security (TSA)
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.

FlightSafety eLearning VNAV Procedures Using MDA as a DA (VNV)
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.

FlightSafety eLearning Warm Weather Operations (WWX)
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.

FlightSafety eLearning Weather Radar (RDR)
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.