The Helicopter Flight Training Center is partnering with the National Association of Air Medical Communication Specialists (NAACS) to host a Certified Flight Communicator (CFC) Course with an optional add-on in the CommLab.
The CFC Course is a 2-day class covering flight following and navigation, aviation weather, PAIP, stress management, public relations and medical terminology. Upon successful completion of the CFC exam, participants will earn status as a NAACS Certified Flight Communicator.
Participants may choose to register for a third day to further their training in the CommLab. The communications center simulator provides hands-on scenarios for communicators learning or enhancing their skills. The CommLab is structured around the same software that participants use at their respective programs. The participants that stay for the CommLab portion will receive an additional certificate for the CommLab training.
The CFC course is scheduled for February 8-9, with the CommLab add-on scheduled for February 10.
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