Are you a cabin crew member who needs to follow an HPL course to fulfil the EASA requirement for CRM Trainers? Or a flight deck crew member who wants to become a CRM Trainer but didn’t complete a Human Performance and Limitations course as part of your ATPL training?
Join our 1-day HPL course and take your first step in achieving a CRM trainer certification.
Our comprehensive HPL course is tailored to provide you with all the necessary elements to meet EASA regulations for CRM trainers. You’ll gain in-depth knowledge of human performance, human factors, and flight psychology. The course content is presented in a structured and simple manner to make it as easy as possible for you to get compliant.
We ensure to go through all topics in detail and that the course content fully complies with all EASA requirements for HPL training.
NB. Secure your seat on this course, pay 10% upfront, or contact us for other payment options.
Our HPL course will provide in-depth knowledge of human performance, human factors, and flight psychology.
You will be taken through the following topics:
By the end of the course, you will be able to:
Before the course starts, you will receive pre-study materials covering some of the most relevant topics in the course programme, followed by 5 hours of highly interactive training.
The HPL course completion time in total is approximately 12 learning hours.
Our 1-day HPL course is inclusive of the following:
In this course, you will be guided through the EASA-required topics in an exciting and motivating manner by one of our experienced flight crew CRM trainers.
Price virtual classroom: 249 EUR per participant (no VAT will be added)
Our HPL courses is only available as virtual classroom training. All our online training courses are conducted as live webinars.
To achieve CRM instructor certification, EASA requires a flight crew CRM trainer to receive Human Performance and Limitations training.
“A flight crew CRM trainer should:
(i) have adequate knowledge of human performance and limitations (HPL), whilst:
(A) having obtained a commercial pilot license in accordance with Commission Regulation (EU) No 1178/2022; or
(B) having followed a theoretical HPL course covering the whole syllabus of the HPL examination.”
– EASA AMC2. ORO.FC.146
EASA AMC1 ORO.FC.115 requires a CRM trainer to receive Human Performance and Limitations (HPL) instruction. While flight crew usually fulfil this requirement by the HPL examination in ATPL training, it is usually the opposite for cabin crew.
A Human Performance and Limitations course is relevant for cabin crew who are or will be CRM trainers to provide the necessary understanding of HPL and fulfil the EASA requirement for CRM trainers. The course is also highly suitable for flight deck crew who will be CRM trainers but have not completed an HPL examination or require HPL refresher training.
Human Performance and Limitations (HPL) is a critical aspect of aviation safety and refers to the study of how human capabilities and limitations can impact aviation operations.
The topics dealt with in an HPL course include but are not limited to, physiological limitations (vision, hearing, endurance, and the effect of altitude on the body), cognitive limitations, psychological factors, fatigue management, and automation and human-machine interaction.
Option 1: Reserve your seat by paying a 10% deposit upon booking. We will send an invoice for the remaining balance approximately two weeks before the course begins.
Option 2: Secure your spot by paying the full amount upfront using Visa, Visa Electron, Maestro, or Mastercard.
Option 3: If you prefer to pay via invoice, please contact us to reserve your seat.
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Anne’s career began as a Cabin Attendant in 1987. She became a Flight Instructor in 1994 and later served as a First Officer at Maersk Air and Sterling Airlines. Anne also served as a Simulator Flight Instructor and was Captain on the 737 fleet at Primera Air A/S. She also held the positions of Deputy Safety Officer and Chief of Human Factors Training.