24-Jul-2011 Source: NTSB
The National Transportation Safety Board is offering two investigative courses and one transportation disaster response course over the next two months at its training center just outside Washington, D.C.
The five-day ROTORCRAFT ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION course (Aug. 22-26) provides participants with a comprehensive overview of the procedures and methods used and the skills required with all aspects of rotorcraft accident investigation. Examples from recent investigations and case studies will be used to demonstrate particular aspects of the investigative process. See more atÂ http://go.usa.gov/Bkn.
The three-day TRANSPORTATION DISASTER RESPONSE – MASS FATALITY INCIDENTS FOR MEDICOLEGAL PROFESSIONALS course (Aug. 30 – Sept. 1) examines the principles of managing the medicolegal response to transportation-related mass fatality incidents. Areas that will be addressed include managing search and recovery operations, the antemortem and postmortem data collection process, quality assurance, and interacting with family members’ regarding medicolegal issues. See more athttp://go.usa.gov/BkU.
The two-week AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION course (Sept. 12-23) provides participants with a comprehensive overview of the procedures and methods used and the skills required to investigate an aircraft accident. Examples from recent NTSB investigations will be used to demonstrate particular aspects of the investigative process. See more atÂ http://go.usa.gov/BkP.
Information about the NTSB Training Center, course registration information and a complete listing of all public courses offered there is available atÂ http://go.usa.gov/T8A.