International Course
(For international applicant)

1- Postgraduate Certificate in Aviation Medicine for Medical Examiners and Assessors (ICAO Compliant Training Package) Aviation Medicine is a medical specialty which combines aspects of preventive, occupational, environmental and clinical medicine with the physiology and psychology of man in flight. It is concerned with the health and safety of those who fly, both crew and passengers, as well as the selection and performance of those who hold aviation licenses.

Who should attend

Registered physicians aspiring to be appointed as a medical examiner, medical assessor or airline doctor.

What is covered

A - Aviation Physiology
The effects of pressure change; Altitude physiology; Oxygen equipment; Vestibular forms of spatial disorientation; Visual and central forms of disorientation; Acceleration and impact

B - Aircrew Health and Performance
Aircrew personal flying equipment; Aviation pathology and aircraft accident investigation; Rescue, and survival; Circadian rhythms and fatigue; Human performance in aviation;

C - Clinical Aviation Medicine
Aviation ophthalmology Aviation cardiology Aviation otolaryngology; Aviation psychiatry and neurology Respiratory medicine and aviation; Metabolic disorders and endocrinology Hematology Urology

D - Regulatory Medicine
ICAO, personnel licensing and medical provisions Complying with medical fitness requirements Public health and aviation: a multi-sector challenge

E - Operational Aviation Medicine
Crew rest, fatigue and fatigue risk mitigation Functional assessment-Cockpit environment Functional assessment-Air traffic control

F - Other
Application on-the-job upon completion of the post graduate aviation medicine course, you will be able to: Comply with ICAO SARPs Perform effective licensing medical examination Critically evaluate medical documents Make medical fitness conclusions

Course duration

Basic course 1 week (5 working days) 1500 US$
Advanced course 1 week ( 5 working days) 1500 US$
Diploma program 1 month 5000 US$

In Flight Medical Emergencies Course

Basic course 1 week (5 working days) 1500 US$
Advanced course 1 week ( 5 working days) 1500 US$
Diploma program 1 month 5000 US$

Objectivity ...

Your duty as a Flight Attendant is to offer immediate and temporary care to a customer of an accident or sudden illness until professional care can be obtained. It is given in order to prevent death or further injury, to relieve pain, and to counteract shock. It may mean the difference between life and death, or temporary and permanent disability. It includes well selected words of encouragement, evidence of willingness to help, and promotion of confidence by demonstration of competence.

Course Content: Cabin Crew & Flight-deck Crew Initial & Refresher

Physiology of Flight including oxygen requirements and hypoxia
Stress and Allergic Reactions
Gastro-Intestinal Disturbance
Air Sickness
Heart Attacks
Emergency Childbirth

Basic First Aid and Survival Care Including (Cases discussion):

The Unconscious Casualty
Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation
Treatment of Burns
Control of Bleeding
Fractures and Soft Tissue Injuries
First Aid Kit Familiarity with knowledge of the contents of Operator's First Aid Kit.

Who should attend ...

Cabin Crew & Flight-deck Crew
Civil Aviation employees

Get in Touch

DR Sanaa Abady
Head of aeromedical training Department
Eng. Wessam Masoud