Why is physiology training important?
Aerospace physiology training is highly recommended for professional flight crews by the FAA and IBAC (International Business Aviation Council). Many companies lay claim to providing “altitude physiology” or “hypoxia awareness” training. The simple fact is that UND Aerospace specializes and focuses each course for your specific mission - something no one else does. Our courses are the only ones specifically designed for the corporate and commercial flight mission, exceeding the FAR 61.31 physiology requirements for high altitude flight and exceeding all physiological knowledge recommendations contained in AC 61-107A. Our professional aircrew physiology courses are recognized as some of the best training of its kind in the world.
Join the many national and international flight organizations that have taken advantage of our training, and make UND Aerospace part of your continuing education program, maximizing your human performance in adverse physiological conditions.
UND Aerospace is a certified Emergency Vision Assurance System (EVAS) Training Center, and can perform EVAS training on request. UND Aerospace Physiology is also affiliated with Double Helix Aviation, offering upset Prevention and Recovery Training as well.
“Amazing compilation of need to know data that I appreciate.”
Darren L., Fidelity Nat’l Financial
“Information presented was current, pertinent, and easy to follow…”
Daniel V., Raytheon Corp
“Excellent! Superior to most other training centers I’ve experienced.”
Matthew B., EWA Holdings, LLC
“The best I have encountered at aviation universities! This training is extremely valuable and no flight department should be without this experience.”
Bridger N., ALPA HQ
“One of the most meaningful courses I’ve taken.”
Kai-Yi S., EVA Airlines